Where are you going! Harrison Bader and the play of the night at Yankee Stadium

Los New York Yankees they are not satisfied with having secured their ticket to the postseason, but rather they want to close in the best possible wayand that also includes the defensive aspect; proof of this is what has happened this Friday.

In the first game of the series against the Orioles de Baltimore at his home in ‘Yankee Stadium’, the center fielder Harrison Bader has done what it is so far the play of the night.

The high of the fifth episode was played, with two outs, it was the turn at bat of Cedric Mullerwho hit a dangerous fly ball into the center and left fields, but that’s when the silhouette of Baderrunning back and diving headfirst to frustrate what was an extra base and thus close this inning.

The match was being won by Orioles for the minimum at that time, but the Yankees would level the score in their next at-bat, with a solo home run by Oswaldo Cabrera.

In the case of Baderthis is just your game ten in a New York uniformsince he played a good part of the campaign with the St. Louis Cardinalsalways playing in the central meadow, but with great solvency and without making any mistake with both squadsadding a total of 194 outs throughout the campaign.

Los Orioles they have taken the lead again taking advantage of the thrower’s lack of control Zack Britton that with a ‘wild pitch‘ it came to the rubber Anthony Santanderso that in the end they won 2-1 and continue with the hope of reaching the wild card zone, even if it is somewhat uphill with five games to go.