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BigT44's Expert Picks Daily expert picks and bargain bin selections. Sunday, September 16th Covering The Bases: Yankees rally late, beat Royals to split doubleheader. After a long day, the New York Yankees were glad to leave the park with at least one win. Greg Bird homered to begin a two-run rally in the eighth inning as the Yankees overcame a rough outing by the newly acquired Britton and a spill by Sabathia, beating the Kansas City Royals Saturday to split their day-night doubleheader.
The doubleheader was caused by a rainout Friday and the Yankees settled for a split after their relievers allowed six runs in the two games. Bird opened the eighth with a drive off Brian Flynn that made it 4-all and Aaron Hicks hit a go-ahead sacrifice fly.
Chapman, in his first appearance since throwing only three of 19 pitches for strikes last Saturday against the Mets, struck out Whit Merrifield to strand runners at the corners for his 27th save.
After he retired the first two batters in the seventh, the Royals loaded the bases against the All-Star reliever on two hits and a walk. Britton then walked ninth-place batter Drew Butera on four pitches, forcing home a run that put Kansas City ahead and drawing boos from the crowd.
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