Live stream for Game 2 of the three-game set between the New York Yankees and the Toronto Blue Jays from Yankee Stadium.

From a comfortable seven-plus game lead now down to just 3.5, the New York Yankees take on the Toronto Blue Jays in Game 2 of a three-game set that’ll foreshadow much of the rest of the season in the AL East.

David Price takes the mound, looking for some redemption against the team that has whacked him for eight runs in his last two appearances.


Final score: 6-0 Blue Jays
Win: David Price
Loss: Ivan Nova

An infield single by Russell Martin scores the Jays sixth run of the afternoon in the eighth-inning.

Tulo tacks another run on in the seventh off Bryan Mitchell with a left-field moon-shot.

Justin Smoak smashes a grand-slam as Girardi gambles and leaves Nova in to self-destruct. He now gives way to Adam Warren with one out in sixth.

Jays have the bases loaded in the sixth inning with one out. Nova still in after throwing 100 pitches.

Manbun?

Michael Kay and the boys keep us up to date on Michael Pineda’s progress.

Still scoreless entering the fourth.

Jays manager John Gibbons gets tossed in between innings arguing Donaldson’s check-swing.

Nice play by Brendan Ryan up the middle robbing Ben Revere of a possible infield hit to begin the third. Nova pitches clean third, striking out Troy Tulowitzki and Josh Donaldson.

Yankee Stadium is dead right now. It’s an ominous and brutal feeling.

Yanks pickup their first baserunner of the afternoon as Price walks Carlos Beltran with two out in the second, but we head to the third scoreless.

Nova has thrown 45 pitches through two-innings of work.

David Price gets filthy in his first-inning, striking out Jacoby Ellsbury and going one, two, three.

Ivan Nova pitches a scoreless first-inning allowing a bloop-hit to Josh Donaldson. Throws over 20 pitches.

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