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Ohtani steals home, Angels send Yankees to 4th straight loss

Manager Aaron Boone had no real problem with the way his New York Yankees executed on the double steal by the Angels that ended with Shohei Ohtani sliding safely into home. In fact, Boone and the Yankees still seem confident in just about everything they’re doing despite a losing streak that’s threatening to end their AL East hopes before September even gets rolling. Ohtani stole home, Jared Walsh hit a three-run homer and the Los Angeles Angels hung on late to send the Yankees to their fourth straight loss, 6-4 Tuesday night.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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