It also clinched the 162nd consecutive game where the Yankees were not shut out - a full regular season schedule with at least one run in every game.
DJ LeMahieu's leadoff homer off Toronto's Clayton Richard in the bottom of the first inning of Tuesday night's game in NY gave them home runs in 28 straight games, breaking the record set by the 2002 Texas Rangers.
In the 27 games prior to Tuesday's action, the Yankees were collectively hitting.267/.340/.469 with 47 homers and 158 RBI.
Then, following an examination by team physician Christopher Ahmad, Boone learned he would be without the 29-year-old for longer than the injured list's minimum 10-day stay.
"We'll see what we have going into [Wednesday's game]", Yankees manager Aaron Boone told reporters after the game. Stanton said he is unsure if he got hurt sliding into second base, or during the collision with Clayton Richard at third base.
England hit back after Finch gives Australia a strong start
After their first setback in the group stage against Pakistan, the England lineup defeated Bangladesh five days later. Finch said: "There was a lot of talk about huge runs and huge run chases but we haven't seen that yet".
"Tests were good", Boone said Wednesday morning.
According to our MLB Public Betting Chart page, 67% of the betting tickets are on the Yankees to beat the Blue Jays on the moneyline.
The four-time All-Star had rejoined NY on June 18 following a lengthy stint on the injured list due to a left biceps tear, a left shoulder strain, and a left calf strain. Given the mutual interest between both sides, trading for him makes a ton of sense and at this point, I'd be surprised if we don't see him in pinstripes before next month's deadline. "There's plenty of time to start playing into that rhythm we felt like he was starting to get into". Mike Tauchman will replace Stanton on the 25-man roster in London against the Red Sox. He led off the top of the ninth inning with a single and eventually came around to score, as the Blue Jays rallied against Aroldis Chapman but ultimately fell short. Despite his injury - and all their other injuries - the Yankees are 51-28 following Wednesday's win and have a season-high 6 1/2-game lead in the AL East.
It appeared that Stanton's left hand got spike on the slide.