NY — Didi Gregorius He hit two homers for the second time this season, Gary Sánchez hit three hits and produced three runs and the New York Yankees crushed on Monday 12-1 at Miami Marlins by Derek Jeter. The only one of the Yankees’ big sluggers who did not participate in the offensive festival was Giancarlo Stanton , who went blank and was booed again by the fans in his first game against his former team. Aaron Judge He became the fastest player to reach 60 home runs in his career and Gregorius finished with three RBIs. New York scored in each of the first five innings and endorsed the Dominican with 11 touchdowns Luis Severino (3-1), who allowed one hit in six innings in white, with eight strikeouts. Judge hit his fourth homer of the season and reached 60 in 197 games, five fewer than Mark McGwire. Jeter did not attend the game, the first between the two teams since the former Yankee captain became general manager of the Marlins last October. Jeter invested in a group led by Bruce Sherman and acquired the team. Stanton went 3-0 with two strikeouts, a foul ball with the full house, a base on balls and received a pitch. The four-time All-Star, two-time home run champion and current National League MVP was traded to the Yankees in December as part of an effort to reduce the roster that Jeter ordered. Stanton’s punch in the fifth episode caused some boos, which generalized in the seventh inning when he struck out in three pitches and reached 27 in just 15 games. Stanton is hitting .210 with three homers and 10 RBIs. The defeat was for Caleb Smith (0-2) who allowed five runs and five hits in just two innings and a third. For the Yankees, the Dominicans Sanchez 4-3 with three produced and one scored; Miguel Andújar of 4-2 with one driven and one scored. The Venezuelan Ronald Torreyes of 5-1 with one annotated. For the Marlins, the Venezuelans Miguel Rojas of 4-2; Tomás Telis of 4-1. The Dominican Starlin Castro of 3-0.
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