With a 7-5 win against New York Yankees, Tampa Bay Rays even the series 1-1, getting 17 strikeouts for the first time in franchise history during the MLB Playoffs.
Giancarlo Staton’s home run was worth nothing, and now the ALDS is tied one apiece between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays. The news rivalry between both teams took a whole twist when the new yorkers got 17 strikeouts for the first time in franchise history.
For the first time in MLB history, the Yankees were the worst team during the Playoffs, and the Rays along with pitcher Tyler Glasnow controlled the game from start to finish.
The Yankees have now struck out 17 times tonight, the most in a postseason game in franchise history.
— Sarah Langs (@SlangsOnSports) October 7, 2020
Even when the Yankees thought this MLB Postseason was going to be wild, they never thought that they will be witnessing this kind of punishment from Tampa.