Tor 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 3
NYY 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 X 5
Date of game: 8/22/2013
Game Log
Top Inning 7
Jose Reyes singled to right. On the play, Munenori Kawasaki advances to second and Kevin Pillar advances to third. Bases loaded with none out and Rajai Davis due up.

Bottom Inning 6
Chris Stewart grounded out third to first scored Mark Reynolds. On the play, Eduardo Nunez advances to second. Runner on second with two outs and Ichiro Suzuki due up.

Top Inning 6
J.P. Arencibia struck out swinging to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 5
Robinson Cano grounded out second to first to end the inning.

Bottom Inning 5
Eduardo Nunez walked. Runner on first with one out and Chris Stewart due up.

Bottom Inning 5
Curtis Granderson lead-off Home Run (4) to right. Mark Reynolds due up.

Top Inning 5
Kevin Pillar walked. Runner on first with one out and Munenori Kawasaki due up.

Top Inning 4
Rajai Davis stole third. Runner on third with one out and Mark DeRosa at the plate.

Bottom Inning 1
Ichiro Suzuki grounded out second to first. None on with one out and Vernon Wells due up.

Top Inning 1
Edwin Encarnacion fouled out to first. Runner on first with two outs and Mark DeRosa due up.

Top Inning 1
Jose Reyes flied out to right. None on with one out and Rajai Davis due up.

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