Phil Hughes retires, more than 2 years after last pitch
FILE - This is a 2018 file photo showing Minnesota Twins baseball player Phil Hughes. Phil Hughes has retired from baseball, more than two years after throwing his last pitch. (AP Photo/John Minchillo, File)Phil Hughes has retired from baseball, more than two years after throwing his last pitch. “While injuries have forced this chapter of my life to come to a close, I’m very excited to pursue other passions. He was an All-Star in 2010, when he went a career-best 18-8, and won 16 games in both 2012 and 2014.
Snchez's pinch slam, Hicks' HR help Yanks sweep Mets
Aaron Hicks lined a tying, two-run homer in the seventh, and Gio Urshela hit a game-ending single off Edwin Diaz an inning later. At 21 years, 103 days, Garca became the youngest pitcher to start in the majors in the abbreviated 60-game game season. GAME 1The Yankees trailed 7-2 with two outs in final inning of the seven-inning game before rallying against Jared Hughes and Diaz. The Mets added three runs in the sixth when Michael Conforto hit a two-run double and Pete Alonso was hit by a pitch. Yankees: RHP Gerrit Cole (4-1, 3.51) opens a three-game series against AL East leaders Tampa Bay.