Yankees’ Nestor Cortes leaves do-or-die Game 4 with injury

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Leave Nestor Cortes New York Yankees‘do-or-die game 4 with a hit in the third inning on Sunday.

The coach looked at Curtis while hitting his racket Jose Altove, but he stayed in the game. However, when the next hitter, Jeremy Peña, hit three home runs to tie the match, the coach looked home again and took him out.

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Nestor Curtis #65 of the New York Yankees reacts in the third inning against the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the MLS Series at Yankee Stadium on October 23, 2022, in the Bronx borough of New York City.
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Curtis’ average fastball velocity decreased by about three miles per hour in the third inning compared to the first and second innings.

Curtis was the Yankees’ most consistent arm of the season. During the regular season, his 2.44 ERA was the best in the team and the tenth lowest in the All of baseball (at least 120 rounds).

Entering Game 4, Curtis allowed three earned runs into his 11.0-round starts (2.70 ERA). The Cortez was named All-Star for the first time this season after the roller coaster began his career.

Nestor Curtis #65 of the New York Yankees delivers during the first half against the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the MLS Series at Yankee Stadium on October 23, 2022, in the Bronx, New York City.

Nestor Curtis #65 of the New York Yankees delivers during the first half against the Houston Astros in Game 4 of the MLS Series at Yankee Stadium on October 23, 2022, in the Bronx, New York City.
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A 36th round pick in 2013, set for the job by the Orioles in 2018, was traded by the Yankees in 2019, re-signed with them before the 2021 season, then became a fan favorite as he made a 2.90 ERA in 2021. Not many were sure Asked if it was legit, but he proved it with his All Star campaign this year.

The Yanks will now have to manage seven Bullpen innings – and fight back from a 4-3 deficit – in order to live to see another day.

Nestor Curtis #65 of the New York Yankees returns to the dugout during Game 4 of the ALCS between the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, October 23, 2022 in New York, New York.

Nestor Curtis #65 of the New York Yankees returns to the dugout during Game 4 of the ALCS between the Houston Astros and the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, October 23, 2022 in New York, New York.
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The Yankees put in three runs early, but they’ve struggled really hard in attack this entire season, especially in this ALCS.

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