Jasson Dominguez of the Yankees hits a historic home run, but the Brewers’ hit parade steals the stage

Jasson Dominguez, a rookie for the Yankees, made his debut a week ago to a lot of anticipation, and he hasn’t disappointed. The majority of the remainder of the group disheartened on Friday, however, as the Brewers blew the Yankees out and expanded their lead in the NL Focal.

When Dominguez hit a deep shot in the third quarter, the game was scoreless.

Dominguez hit that fourth home run in seven games, which is probably a MLB record. Even though he is only 20 years old, Dominguez is the youngest player in all of the data (through Katie Sharp, 1901) to have hit a home run in four of his first seven games.

That gave the Yankees a 2-0 lead, but from that point on, it was all Brewers. Luis Severino, the Yankees’ starter, would leave the game with a left-side injury, which could cost him money because he will be a free agent after the season.

However, let’s concentrate on the winning team, shall we?

After not scoring for the first three innings, the Brewers went on to score eight runs. It was the good old “demise by 1,000 papercuts” offense, generally. Willy Adames hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning for the Brewers to tie the game, but the team won thanks to three doubles and a lot of singles. The Brewers recorded a season-high 16 hits in total. Additionally, on June 7 and August 3, they scored 16 hits.)

Despite not playing on Thursday, the Brewers have had a big two days. After Wednesday’s action, their lead over the Cubs had dropped to 1 1/2 games. However, the Cubs lost on Thursday and Friday while the Brewers won here, bringing the NL Central lead back up to three games.