Yankees' MiLB roundup for August 13th: Pitching Was Make It Or Break It

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Aaron Judge-Mandatory Credit: Baseball America

Aaron Judge-Mandatory Credit: Baseball America

In their final stretch for the Yankees’ farm system, they are keeping things interesting to say the least. In last night’s contests, the Baby Bombers were able to put up a solid record of 5-2.

A few of the games were really close, where pitching became the deciding factor of whether the Bombers will come out on top or not. Trenton and Staten Island were a couple of the teams that played in games where pitching came down to the wire. Regardless, they were able to get it done, and score enough runs just to squeeze by their opponents.

Charleston had a chaotic game, as both them and their opponent scored a total of 22 runs in all. It was an ongoing battle between the two teams, but the RiverDogs were able to fire up at the dish and able to put up a whopping 13 runs across the board. Complete coverage of all the games are in today’s recap.

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