• null null Baseball null With a runner on second and nobody out in the bottom of the 13th inning, Yan Gomes delivered a walk-off win for the Indians against the Yankees Friday night.Austin Jackson led off the inning with a walk and stole second two pitches into Gomes’ at-bat. After working the count full, Gomes sent a Dellin Betances pitch down the third-base line and passed a diving Ronald Torreyes as Jackson came around to score to give Cleveland a 9-8 victory in Game 2 of their ALDS series. . @Yan_AGomes 💪💪💪The @Indians walk off #ALDS Game 2! pic.twitter.com/JpWUh4lOZn— Network (@Network) October 7, 2017With the win, the Indians take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five series.Gomes also provided the biggest defensive play for the Indians. In the top of the 11th, he threw a strike to second base and picked off Torreyes, who'd advanced on an overthrow with no one out, and Cleveland went on to escape the inning unscathed.   What an unbelievable throw and tag from @Yan_AGomes to @Lindor12BC pic.twitter.com/fLDLpyiAsj— Lookout Sports (@Lookout_Sports) October 7[......]

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  • null null Baseball The Astros added much-needed veteran leadership Thursday, acquiring seven-time All Star Brian McCann in a trade with the Yankees and signing free-agent outfielder Josh Reddick.Welcome to Houston, Brian! 🤘 pic.twitter.com/yvIEXk8Vaq— Houston Astros (@astros) November 17, 2016Houston was expected to bid to retain the services of free-agent catcher Jason Castro, who hit only .210 last season. McCann, 32, brings a veteran presence to a young team, as well as more offensive pop. He hit .242/.335/.413 last season, with 20 home runs in 429 at-bats. RIVERA: Yankees looking dangerousHe became expendable following the emergence of slugging sensation Gary Sanchez. In exchange, the Yankees received pitching prospects Albert Abreu and Jorge Guzman. Abreu, 21, rated by .com as the Astros No. 7 prospect, is a right-hander whose fastball reaches the upper 90s. Guzman, 20, is a right-hander who struck out 54 hitters in 40 innings and had a 4.05 ERA in the Appalachian League last season.MORE: Altuve named SN's Player of the YearESPN reported the Yankees are chipping in $11 million ($5.5 million per year) of the $34 million McCann will make ov[......]

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