James Paxton is looking like pitching savior Yankees need

New York Post
James Paxton is looking like pitching savior Yankees need
James Paxton is looking like pitching savior Yankees need

With Saturday's 7-2 victory over Toronto, the Yankees have 101 wins on the season, their highest total since their last championship team in 2009. That total won't mean much if they don't get the title, and James Paxton seems poised to give them an arm to lean on in the playoffs. The left-hander continued his streak of excellence, giving up just an unearned run in six innings to win his 10th straight start. Paxton, acquired in a trade from Seattle in December, improved to 10-0 with a 2.25 ERA since Aug. 2. He's the first pitcher to win that many in a row since Justin Verlander did it for Detroit in 2011. “I don't know if I've ever had a stretch quite this long,'' Paxton said. There was more aggressiveness

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