Jonathan Loaisiga making Yankees' playoff plan that much harder

New York Post
Jonathan Loaisiga making Yankees' playoff plan that much harder
Jonathan Loaisiga making Yankees' playoff plan that much harder

Jonathan Loaisiga opened some eyes when he hit 100 mph in the seventh inning of the Yankees' 7-2 win over the Blue Jays on Saturday in The Bronx. The right-hander struck out five over two innings, and he remains in play to make the postseason roster — especially after Domingo German was placed on administrative leave while MLB investigates an alleged domestic violence incident, and Dellin Betances was lost for the year with a partially torn Achilles tendon. “[Loaisiga] threw the ball great,'' manager Aaron Boone said. “When you see him throw the ball like he did today, you know he's capable of that. He has a special arm.” The 24-year-old has given up just one run in his past six innings, while

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