Benches empty as Rays beat ‘last-place’ Yankees

Benches empty as Rays beat 'last-place' Yankees

In a game that featured benches and bullpens emptying twice in the eighth inning, the AL wild-card-leading Tampa Bay Rays defeated the last-place New York Yankees 7-4 in a contentious matchup on Sunday in St. Petersburg, Florida.


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