Yankees beat Jay’s 7-5 For 8th Straight Win

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Game summary courtesy of  Chad Jennings and our friends at LoHud

Until the seventh inning, Blue Jays reliever Jason Frasor had not allowed a home run to a right-handed hitter this season. That ended when Marcus Thames went deep, a two-run shot that was his 11th of the year and gave the Yankees a 7-5 win at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees have now won eight in a row, a season-high, and Thames has homered in seven of his past eight starts. The Yankees late-inning relievers were once again dominant, making up for a shaky start from Javier Vazquez and a game-tying hit off Dustin Moseley.

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