The Yankees ran their winning streak to eight games Saturday, andthere really was little doubt that was going to happen when they scored five runs in each of the first two innings en route to an 11-1 win at https://www.redsoxedge.com/boston-red-sox/steven-wright-jersey the Angels.Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka (4-2) allowed one run on two hits and struck out nine in six innings to get the win.Aaron Judge and Miguel Andujar each had three hits, and Aaron Hicks drove in three runs as the Yankees’ bats continueto sizzle.The #Yankees lead @MLB in:Runs (150)Home runs (40)On-base pct (.348)Slugging pct (.471) Bryan Hoch (@BryanHoch) April 28, 2018Angels DH Albert Pujols was hitle s in four at-bats and remains five hits shy of 3,000.Angelsearly season sensationShohei Ohtani (left ankle sprain) was not in the lineup and is day to day, reported The Los Angeles Times.Studs of the NightHow about those Arizona Diamondbacks! With their 4-3 win in 10 innings Saturday in Washington, the D-backsclinched https://www.redsoxedge.com/boston-red-sox/rusney-castillo-jersey their ninth straight series to start the season, something that hasn’t been donesince … 1907 by theCubs, who went on to win 107 games and the World Series. Arizonaneeds another 88 wins to reach 107, but for now the D-backs are tied with the Red Sox for the best record in baseball at 19-7. Arizona scored the winning run on a bases-loaded walk to A.J. Pollock.Dud of the NightA’s lineup: This is sort of double-edged. Yes, three teams were shut out Saturday, and one of them, the Brewers, came up with only two hits, one fewer than the A’s in their 11-0 lo s to the Astros. But … the Astros’ Lance McCullers Jr. mowed down the first 15 A’s, which means he took a perfect game into the sixth inning. That’s dominance. And that’s why the A’ Steven Wright Jersey s out-dudded the Brewers and Royals (8-0 losers to the White Sox).HighlightThis catch by Odubel Herrera was anything but bush league:What. A. Catch.#ElTorito pic.twitter.com/ldlGyC2l9G Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 28, 2018What’s NextAthletics (14-13)at Astros(18-10) 2:10 p.m. ET Gerrit Cole (2-1, 1.29 ERA) has revived his career in Houston, even if he hasn’t been getting any offensive support. The Athletics will go withTrevor Cahill (1-0, 2.25 ERA).