Yusei Kikuchi went to 5th inning with no decision as Jays fell to the Yankees

The Toronto Blue Jays’ latest bullpen collapse cost Yusei Kikuchi his second win of the season when the team lost a fluctuating game against the American League East leaders New York Yankees, 6-5 Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.

Kikuchi pitched 5th innings, conceding two points earned on two strokes as he walked for three and scoring seven with no decision. Aaron Judge scored a three-point winning homer over Jordan Romano (1-2), the player with the most equal amounts of saves this season, in ninth place to finish the game.

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