ANAHEIM, Calif. — This is how wacky it got for the Yankees late on Monday night: The half-inning in which they struck out four times is when they took the lead.
Little has come easy for the Yankees this season, and their latest victory, a 4-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels in a 14-inning battle of attrition that took 4 hours 35 minutes to complete, was no exception.
With 13 players on the injured list, the Yankees saw their hottest healthy hitter, left fielder Clint Frazier, sprain his ankle in the 12th inning but gut through it to stay in the game. Third baseman Gio Urshela, who was not on the roster to start the season, provided the go-ahead run in extra innings not once but twice. The Yankees went 23 plate appearances between the fourth and 11th innings before notching a hit — and still won.
“It’s not easy for us right now by any means,” Manager Aaron Boone said. “But the guys have been finding a way.”
Perhaps the Yankees (12-10) will be able to fondly remember Monday’s contest, the first of a three-city, nine-game West Coast trip, as a signature moment. On Sunday, the Yankees defeated the Kansas City Royals, 7-6, in 10 innings in the Bronx, flew six hours to Anaheim, and played 14 innings at Angel Stadium on Monday.
“We stayed in the game and had focus,” said J.A. Happ, who tossed seven solid innings against the Angels (9-14), an afterthought by the time the game was over. “That was awesome to see. A really fun win, and I think you could look back on this as a nice steppingstone for sure.”
Less than a month into the 2019 season, the Yankees have been so depleted by injuries that six of the nine players in their starting lineup on Monday were not on the opening day roster. And after the Yankees tied the score at 2-2 in the third inning with a sacrifice fly by Gleyber Torres, their offense did next to nothing for seven innings.
Hope flickered in the 12th inning in the form of a double by Frazier, who leads the Yankees in home runs and runs batted in. But during a pickoff attempt, Frazier twisted his left ankle jumping back to second base.
He immediately grabbed his ankle, hobbled around and received a visit from the Yankees’ head athletic trainer, Steve Donohue, and Boone. The only position players left on the bench were catcher Austin Romine and infielder Thairo Estrada. Frazier, however, stayed in the game and advanced to third base on a groundout by Mike Tauchman.
The Angels intentionally walked designated hitter Mike Ford, who was 1 for 14 in his major league career, to set up a double play. But Urshela, known more for his dazzling defense than his hitting, showed again that off-season changes to his swing have paid off by lifting a ball to the outfield.
Sore ankle and all, Frazier raced home to score the go-ahead run. He missed most of last season with a concussion, so he wasn’t going to let a balky ankle stop him now.
“Last year, that’s a real injury,” he said. This time: “I could still go out there, still walk and still contribute to this team. We need everybody out there and I wanted to go home, so that’s where I found the extra gear.”
The Yankees’ lead was quickly erased in the bottom of the 12th inning when closer Aroldis Chapman sputtered. He gave up a single to Kevan Smith, notched two outs and hit third baseman Zack Cozart with a pitch during a tough at-bat. Facing Brian Goodwin, Chapman tried to paint the edges of the strike zone, fell behind and coughed up a game-tying R.B.I. single.
During the play, Cozart banged his head on the ground sliding back to second base and left the game with an apparent neck injury. He was replaced by pinch-runner Felix Pena, an Angels pitcher, because they ran out of position players. As a result, in the next inning, Angels Manager Brad Ausmus asked Peter Bourjos, a longtime outfielder, to play second base.
Bourjos had entered the game as a pinch-runner for Smith in the 12th inning and scored the game-tying run. Now Bourjos was playing the infield for the first time in his professional career. Naturally, a ball was hit to Bourjos, who made a nifty sliding stop and threw out Brett Gardner at first base.
But the biggest moment of the game came on a costly error by the Angels. Leading off the 14th inning, Torres struck out on a slider in the dirt from Angels relief pitcher Luke Bard. Catcher Jonathan Lucroy recovered the ball but lobbed it over first baseman Albert Pujols, allowing Torres to reach safely.
Frazier, with a heavily taped left ankle, then struck out. With third baseman Tommy La Stella and Bourjos switching positions in the field, Tauchman fanned looking. Torres advanced to second on a wild pitch from Bard and later stole third.
Ausmus called for Ford, a left-handed hitter, to be intentionally walked so that Bard, a right-handed pitcher, could face Urshela, another right-hander. Urshela again delivered, his R.B.I. single to center field giving the Yankees a 4-3 lead. Kyle Higashioka later struck out, the fourth of the inning.
“It was good that we stayed focused and we didn’t lower our heads, and that’s what helped us win the game,” Urshela said.
On for his second inning, Yankees relief pitcher Jonathan Holder, who had not pitched as well to start this season as he did last year, notched two outs in the bottom of the 14th. Boone called for an intentional walk of right fielder Kole Calhoun so that Holder could face pitcher Trevor Cahill — an unusual matchup in the American League. Holder struck him out to close out the win.
“A weird situation,” Holder said afterward, adding later, “That was definitely different seeing a pitcher up there.”
After the game, Boone looked relieved. Yankees players quickly showered and changed. “I don’t even remember my hotel room number,” relief pitcher Luis Cessa said to nearby teammates.
Frazier emerged from the trainer’s room and leaned on his right leg while speaking to reporters. He insisted he could play on Tuesday and vowed to take care of his left ankle to do so.
“I went through too much last year to not go out there and play,” he said. “The I.L. is too full for us. I’m good. I’m going to keep playing.”B:
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【玲】【玲】【刚】【走】，【一】【阵】【下】【楼】【的】【响】【起】。【马】【特】【扶】【着】【彼】【得】【走】【了】【下】【来】。 【彼】【得】【看】【样】【子】【精】【神】【不】【错】，【他】【吸】【了】【吸】【鼻】【子】：“【什】【么】【味】【道】，【这】【么】【香】。” 【成】【龙】【笑】【着】【说】：“【可】【能】【是】【李】【玲】【玲】【的】【体】【香】【吧】，【小】【子】，【你】【来】【晚】【了】，【就】【晚】【了】【一】【步】，【你】【的】【心】【上】【人】【已】【经】【走】【了】。” 【彼】【得】【的】【脸】【当】【时】【就】【红】【了】：“【老】【板】，【你】【不】【要】【瞎】【说】，【我】，【我】【还】【是】【个】【孩】【子】，【怎】【么】【会】【去】【想】【这】【些】
“【后】【面】【的】【快】【跟】【上】！【熔】【岩】【雨】【又】【要】【来】【啦】！” “【坚】【持】【住】，【再】【有】【一】【会】【就】【到】【大】【长】【老】【建】【造】【的】【避】【难】【所】【了】！【那】【里】【有】【热】【水】，【可】【以】【痛】【快】【的】【洗】【澡】！” “【快】【来】【帮】【忙】，【这】【该】【死】【的】【独】【轮】【车】【又】【坏】【了】！” 【嘈】【杂】【的】【喧】【闹】【声】【中】，【蒙】【特】【缓】【缓】【睁】【开】【眼】【睛】，【周】【围】【都】【是】【一】【身】【灰】【土】【的】【大】【胡】【子】【矮】【人】。【每】【个】【人】【都】【埋】【头】【前】【进】，【天】【空】【远】【比】【之】【前】【的】【还】【要】【暗】【淡】，【和】【黄】【昏】【时】【分】【差】
【两】【人】【当】【场】【就】【打】【出】【了】【真】【火】，【秦】【岩】【不】【惧】【他】，***【实】【力】【虽】【强】，【又】【是】【法】【武】【双】【修】，【一】【身】【本】【领】【远】【超】【普】【通】【的】【绝】【顶】【大】【宗】【师】。 【但】【他】【终】【究】【没】【有】【踏】【出】【那】【一】【步】，【真】【正】【实】【力】【与】【他】【相】【比】，【也】【不】【过】【是】【在】【伯】【仲】【之】【间】，【甚】【至】【由】【于】【他】【是】【横】【练】【大】【宗】【师】，【隐】【隐】【有】【所】【超】【出】。 【随】【着】【时】【间】【过】【去】，【秦】【岩】【慢】【慢】【将】***【压】【在】【下】【风】，【只】【等】【时】【机】【出】【现】【就】【能】【将】【优】【势】【化】【为】【胜】【利】。