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Yankees offense stays hot in second straight blowout win over Brewers 

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  • Kyle Evans 

The New York Yankees offense stayed red hot on Sunday afternoon as they pounded out 18 hits and claimed a series-clinching 15-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.

New York jumped out to a 4-0 lead before Milwaukee tied it in the fifth. However, the Yankees responded with seven runs in the sixth, two in the seventh, and two in the eighth.

Anthony Volpe smacked a three-run home run on his 23rd birthday. Aaron Judge collected three hits, including a solo shot. Anthony Rizzo launched his 300th career homer, becoming the 12th active player in Major League Baseball to reach that number. Judge also had a two-run single, as did Jose Trevino. Juan Soto, Gleyber Torres, and Oswaldo Cabrera added RBI singles.

Marcus Stroman tossed four scoreless before giving up four runs in the fifth and not recording an out. Ron Marinaccio allowed a run over 1.1 innings but picked up his first win of the season.

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The Yankees will head to Baltimore for a big four-game series with the Orioles that begins on Monday at 6:35 p.m.