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Yankees 5, Athletics 1

Yankees 5, Athletics 1

OAKLAND, Calif. — Starlin Castro broke out of a slump with three hits, and Carlos Beltran singled twice to keep up his recent tear as the Yankees won their season-high fourth straight. Masahiro Tanaka pitched seven innings to win Joe Girardi's 1,500th game as a manager. Tanaka allowed one run on five hits and had four strikeouts for his first victory since April 12. Castro was in a 3-for-22 funk before he reached on an infield single in the fourth.

Yankees 5, Athletics 1 05/21/16 [Last modified: Saturday, May 21, 2016 9:41pm]
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