Sport Yankees fans are fed up with dumb MLB extra-inning rule
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The New York Yankees lost another extra-inning game, so fans in the Big Apple are absolutely done with the MLB's rule change.
Two of the' three losses so far in 2021 have come in extra innings.
Fans at Yankees Stadium are blaming the MLB's extra-inning rule placing a runner on second base to start each inning after the ninth.
On Wednesday, as New York and Baltimore played on to settle their 2-2 tie, fans rallied together for a chant against the new procedure.
Fans on Twitter shared their displeasure over the rule as well
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A Yankees stats account pointed out the team's general futility in extra innings since the rule was introduced in 2020.
The Yankees have had a tough time with the MLB extra-innings change
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The Orioles took the lead in the 10th when Gleyber Torres missed a throw and Anthony Santander made it home from his spot on second. The run was critical as NY scored as well in the bottom of the 10th.
The be fair to the Yankees, they aren't set up to benefit from the rule as a power-hitting team. Teams who play small ball have a built-in advantage when it comes to driving in the runner on second.
That's what has fans so riled up, apart from losing, which is always worth a rant or two.
New York missed out on the chance to sweep thebecause of the late loss. They fell to 3-3 on the season. Now they have to head on the road for series with the Rays and Blue Jays.
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Brewers bats come alive in victory.In the first inning, the Brewers drove in a run and left the bases stranded on a series of hard-hit balls. In the two spot, Christian Yelich beat the shift, reaching on a hard-hit breaking ball that got too much of the plate. Yelich beat a Yadier Molina throw to steal second before Travis Shaw smoked a liner to short that glanced off of Paul DeJong’s glove to score Yelich from second and give Milwaukee a 1-0 lead.