MLB Insider says $280,000,000 Yankees are done after Marlins loss.

After their demoralizing loss to the Miami Marlins on, the New York Yankees appeared to have hit rock bottom.

Leading media figures and commentators have begun to acknowledge that their hopes of making the playoffs are gone.

The Yankees blew a six-run lead against the Marlins, and the home club won the game's final four frames.

Luis Arraez and the others could take it to New York without having to even clear the fence thanks to a well-oiled batting order.

With home runs by Anthony Volpe and Ben Rortverdt, New York's hot-and-cold lineup, which has been widely maligned, excelled offensively.

Gerritt Cole, the All-Star starter, had another outstanding outing, allowing just two runs over the course of six innings.

Clay Holmes and Tommy Kahnle, the closing duo, were ineffectual in the ninth, though.

Holmes gave up three runs in a bases-loaded situation with just one out left in the inning before Kahnle allowed Jake Burger to score the game-winning runs.


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