July 15, 2024

Young right-hander for the Yankees displays promise despite the City Royals setback…

Luis Gil had been struggling to consistently generate ride on his fastball, an issue that had caused him to slump hard, with the Yankees being adamant that it wasn’t related to fatigue or injury. Facing off against the Boston Red Sox, the right-hander delivered 6.2 innings while allowing just one run, striking out nine batters and not walking anybody. It was one of the best starts he’s had in his MLB career, and while it came in another uninspiring loss by the Yankees as the offense was shut out, the right-hander did make some very encouraging adjustments.

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