MLB: Aaron Judge drives another comeback; Julio Urías leads the Dodgers

The New York Yankees staged their second consecutive comeback against the Rays, this time with the good news of seeing the best version of Aaron Judge, who returned four days ago after overcoming discomfort in his hip, in an MLB day in which the Mexican Julio Urías also shone with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

The New Yorkers came back from a six-run adverse result in a magnificent reaction to defeat the Rays, 9-8. Between the fifth and sixth innings, New York added all their scores for a resounding 9-0.

In fact, the team led by Aaron Boone didn’t need to hit in the last inning. It was Aaron Judge’s night with two two-run home runs, recovering his best version since he returned on May 9.

Judge hit his first home runs since April 19 and has already accumulated 29 games with various home runs.

Safe to say that Aaron Judge is back. 😳

— MLB (@MLB) May 13, 2023

It may interest you > MLB: Mexicans Julio Urías and Patrick Sandoval shine from the hill

For their part, the Dodgers returned to win the Californian derby against the Padres for the second night in a row, with the same result, 4-2. They have four wins in a row this week, as well as four in a row against San Diego.

Julio Urías had his third start of the season without a walk. He pitched seven innings in his fifth victory of the course. He put out four batters and allowed just two runs.

Fifth victory of the season for Julio Urías.
The culichi worked seven innings of two runs and four strikeouts.#YoAmoElBeis

— MLB México (@MLB_Mexico) May 14, 2023

The three-run home run achieved by JD Martínez in the first inning was also fundamental, marking the rest of the game. San Diego was unable to score again from the third inning, previously done by Dominican Juan Soto and South Korean Kim Ha-Seong.

(With information from EFE)

More news