Bishop Hendricken Alum Michael King Settles Game Down For Yankees in First 2020 Appearance
Victor Robles jump-started Washington’s dormant offense by delivering three hits and four RBIs to help the Nationals beat the New York Yankees 9-2 despite needing to scratch World Series MVP Stephen Strasburg because of a nerve issue in his pitching hand. Erick Fedde started in place of Strasburg and gave up two runs in four innings. That included a 483-foot homer by Giancarlo Stanton, who knelt during the national anthem with teammate Aaron Hicks. Four relievers followed Fedde and combined for five scoreless innings. The Nationals and Yankees made a total of seven errors, five by Washington.