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Gray was teased the rest of the night… during the game in the dugout, then after the Yankees win in the clubhouse and dining room.
He was just enjoying that home run, Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge said. He was acting like he hit that home run. That was pretty funny!
Gray, who allowed two runs in five-plus innings and was the winning pitcher, took all of the good-natured riding in stride.
I was telling them when I hit, expect the worst, Gray said. Then getting on base, I hadn’t been on base since 2015, so it’s been a while.
The Nats sixth began with Gray walking Anthony Rendon and then a line single to right by 19-year-rookie rookie Juan Soto.
Enter Holder, whose first task was facing first baseman Mark Reynolds, a slugger who earlier drove in the Nats’ two runs with a groundout and sacrifice fly.
This time Reynolds had a tremendous 12-pitch at-bat, but it ended with Holder striking him out on a slider.
I was fortunate to make it one pitch at a time and get him at the end, Holder said.