BALTIMORE – When the virgins and pirates had scouts at Camden Yards on Tuesday night, Clint Frazier could not have chosen a better time to show his right-handed power in front of clubs that could give him a start.  Go-nineteen Giants get call on lefty starter Madison Bumgarner and their outfield is a mess. The pirates, who started Tuesday night's action in the NL Central hunt, spoke to the Yankees two years ago about Frazier before they traded Gerrit Cole to Astros prior to last season.
With his way to regular playing time in The Bronx, Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge, and in the not-so-distant future, when Estevan Florial faces in the big leagues and either takes over the center field or moves to a corner, Frazier's highest value can be the yanks are like a merchant. [1
Frazier, who started games in a 6-by-40 (.150) decline, hit a two-run homer in the third round third off David Hess, who opened the Yankees lead to 6-0. His three-round blast in the fifth, also off Hess, made it 9-0 and set a career high in RBI's with five.
] "I felt I was in between the last few weeks," said Frazier, who was on it damaged list April 24 to May 5 with a left ankle problem.
Aaron Boone did not start Frazier on Monday night after he was not in the starting line Saturday, but the manager said before Monday night's game he thought Frazier was coming close.
"I felt close at times, and I felt far away at other times," said Frazier, who hiked his home run to eight. "People lose track of how hard this game is, especially coming out of [IL] and trying to get back to playing as you want."
Frazier was not the only Yankee who Utilized Hess's wounded positions, after slamming a game-winning home race and running in four races on Monday's victory, Gary Sanchez hit a three-run homer in the first inning that set the stage for the light victory, Sanchez acting a plot off a fourth RBI in the sixth.
All that firepower made a winner out of Domingo German, which is 9-1 and leads the majesties to victories.
German did not allow one run through four and left the bases in the third. However, he hit Hanser Alberto to start the fifth, threw a potential double-play ball in second place and gave a three-run homer to Stevie Wilkerson, who reduced the lead to 9-3.
With the six-round advantage Boone summoned David Tail and right handed gave up a round in the last four innings for s first big league-save.
"I felt very good out there, I felt my seats were close to perfect," said the German, whose tone numbers reached 58 thanks to a long third entry. "There were two innings where I fought and at the end I was able to fight and get through five innings."
Yankee's seventh victory in the last eight games improved their record to 30-17 and moved them two lengths ahead of the second-place rays in AL east. They lead the third place Red Sox with 5 ½ games.
It was the Yankee's seventh consecutive victory over the brutal Orioles against whom they are 8-2 this season. The only bad news for the Yankees who have hit 20 homers in five games at Camden Yards is that they don't see rag-tag pitching staff again until August 5th.
Then the Yankees could use Frazier as a way to get what they need, as the summer is playing against the trading deadline of 31 July.