Batting .156/.229/.281/.510 with five hits usually doesn't win ballgames. And it didn't last night. The Yankees' offense was stymied by Josh Tomlin and Bryan Shaw, and mounted a late comeback against Cody Allen in the bottom of the ninth that came up short.
Oh, and if you missed it, Joe Girardi was tossed for arguing with umpire Dan Iassogna about his crappy strike zone. It looks like Joe may have had a point:
These games are the ones they should be winning so hopefully the Yanks can get something going against Carlos Carrasco tonight.