Gary Sanchez propels Yankees past Tigers, 10-2

Gary Sanchez propels Yankees past Tigers, 10-2

Gary Sanchez propels Yankees past Tigers, 10-2

NY broke the game open with five runs off him in the third.

Tigers star Miguel Cabrera and the Yankees' Austin Romine were having a discussion during the sixth inning of Thursday's game in Detroit, and things got heated.

Fulmer immediately shook his fingers after hitting Sanchez, indicating he might be hurt, and a trainer came to the mound to check on him.

NY reliever Tommy Kahnle and Girardi had just been ejected after Kahnle threw a pitch behind Cabrera in the sixth inning. Cabrera approached the plate and exchanged words with Romine.

A series of events led to Cabrera and Romine jawing with Cabrera making the first move by pushing Romine in the chest and taking a swing.

This wasn't a let's-just-push-each-other baseball fight, these two were really going at it.

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Gary Sanchez hammered a homer and added a two-run single as the Yankees won over the Tigers with a 10-2 win Wednesday night at Comerica Park.

Both players were ejected and Yankees manager Joe Girardi and pitcher Tommy Kahnle were tossed out earlier in the inning. The Yankees sent Aroldis Chapman in next. He is 7-11 and looks much closer to a back-end pitcher than the front-line pitcher the Tigers thought they were signing. They didn't give the Tigers any reason to play hard. Kahnle was in the middle of that too. Kahnle's first pitch to Cabrera went behind his back, prompting the plate umpire to eject him without a warning. But the fireworks didn't stop there.

After the fighting had settled down from an inning prior, Betances threw a 98-mph, seventh-inning heater that found batter James McCann's head. For that, Betances and acting Yankees manager Rob Thompson were ejected. Both benches cleared and, like any Thursday where people are at work starved for something to do to end their day, social media took notice.

"You guys know, and I know, that he has way more power than me", Sanchez said through a translator. Additionally, in this exhausting game of masculine egos, the benches cleared again in the eighth inning when Yankees 3B Todd Frazier got beaned by Alex Wilson, who was ejected along with Tigers manager Brad Ausmus.

"After everything I saw today, including the unbelievable development projects from the Ilitch family, I am quite confident that the Detroit Tigers and the city of Detroit have a very bright future", he said.

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