Gerrit Cole pulled after just six outs as Red Sox stun Yankees early in AL wild card game

In a one-game championship game versus the Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees supervisor Aaron Boone could not manage to wait.

Thus, all of us experienced something nobody might’ve anticipated in the American League wild card video game: In the bottom of the 3rd inning, with the Yankees routing 3-0 and 2 males on base without any outs, Cole strolled off the mound and into the dugout. His night ended after 50 pitches — just 30 were strikes.

Xander Bogaerts blasted a 427-foot, two-run homer off Cole in the very first, then Kyle Schwarber introduced a solo shot in the 3rd. Cole then enabled 2 more to reach base prior to Boone pulled him.

This post initially appeared on NorthJersey.com: Yankees pull Gerrit Cole after 6 out vs. Red Sox in AL Wild Card

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