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Luis Gil Poised to Continue Historic Streak Against Twins

Luis Gil made New York Yankees history in their 2-1 win over the Los Angeles Angels on May 29, setting the stage for a continuation of his remarkable performance against the Minnesota Twins in his next start.

In the game against the Angels, Gil pitched 6.1 scoreless innings before surrendering a solo home run to Logan O’Hoppe in the seventh inning. Despite this, his overall performance was enough to secure him a place in the Yankees’ record books.

Historic Achievement by Luis Gil in Yankees’ Win Over Angels

Gil became the first pitcher in Yankees history to achieve at least six wins, 40 strikeouts, and maintain an ERA of 0.75 or lower over six consecutive outings, as reported by Katie Sharp of Talking Yanks.

This achievement is notable not only for its rarity but also because it was accomplished with the Yankees, a team renowned for its legendary pitchers like Ron Guidry and Andy Pettitte.

Gil Set to Extend His Streak Against the Twins

Nestor Cortes is scheduled to pitch in the Yankees’ series finale against the San Francisco Giants on Sunday, positioning Gil to start against the Twins in the upcoming three-game series starting Tuesday. The young Dominican star is well-prepared to achieve his seventh straight win with a sub-0.75 ERA and a high strikeout count.

The Twins currently have the eighth-worst ERA in the MLB and a .231 batting average. They also rank ninth in the fewest walks this season, with 175 BB. Their struggles at the plate and low walk rate suggest they are not a significant threat to opposing pitchers. This provides Gil with a prime opportunity to extend his impressive streak and solidify his spot in the Yankees’ rotation, even after AL Cy Young award winner Gerrit Cole returns from his elbow injury.

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