Yankees beat Blue Jays for first win of season as Gary Sanchez homers again

NEW YORK — Coming into the season, the Yankees plugged some holes with players who needed a rebound after losing most of the last two seasons to injuries. Saturday, Corey Kluber gave the Yankees four solid innings and Jay Bruce delivered the knockout punch with a two-run single as the Yankees beat the Blue Jays, 5-3, at Yankee Stadium. It was the Yanks’ (1-1) first win of the young season. For his second straight game, Gary Sanchez homered. Hitting in the seventh spot again, the catcher ripped an 88-mph slider into the left-field seats for a solo homer that broke up a 1-1 tie and started a two…

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