Yankees’ offensive struggles, bullpen woes lead to Old-Timers’ Day loss to Brewers

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New York Daily News

NEW YORK – On an Old-Timers’ Day honoring the 1998 Yankees, the current Bronx Bombers failed to channel that record-setting team’s winning ways. The Yankees managed just four hits – all singles – in Saturday’s 9-2 loss to the NL Central-leading Brewers, who took the lead for good on an eighth-inning home run by No. 9 hitter Tyrone Taylor. Taylor’s tie-breaking solo shot was the first of five hits allowed by Yankees reliever Jonathan Loaisiga, who surrendered three runs in the eighth to take the loss. Relievers Matt Krook and Ron Marinaccio were similarly ineffective in Milwaukee’s four-run nin…

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