Guthrie's third outing
Updated 2:16: That’s it for Guthrie after recording one out in the 4th. He retired Ramiro Pena on three pitches on a fly ball to CF. His final line is 3.1 IP, 8 H, 4 R, BB, K. Jason Berken is on the hill now.
Updated 1:53: Guthrie allowed three straight singles (and another run) to open the 2nd inning, before a nice double play by Ty Wiggington (who hit a two-run homer in the first) helped him end the frame. Wiggy made a backhanded stop up the middle and kind of shuffle passed the ball in his glove to Cesar Izturis to start the double play. Curtis Granderson flied out to left to bring Guthrie pitch total to just over 50. Yankees lead 4-2.
Jeremy Guthrie just labored through a 36-pitch first inning, walking leadoff man Brett Gardner and allowing four straights hits. Brandon Laird had a two-out single before Guthrie struck out No. 9 batter Ramiro Pena to end the inning. The Yankees scored three earned runs.
Doesn’t look like Guthrie will make it through the four innings manager Dave Trembley had mentioned in the pregame.