The Cleveland Guardians fell to the New York Yankees at home on Tuesday night by a final score of 11-2 in the second game of three game series.

For Cleveland (7-5), the Guardians got off to a hot start with a 2-0 lead in the 1st inning due to an RBI double by third baseman Jose Ramirez and a sacrifice fly by first baseman Josh Naylor. After that, Cleveland was unable to put any other runs on the board. Starting pitcher Hunter Gaddis suffered his first loss of the season for going 3.0 innings, striking out three batters but allowing eight hits and two walks for eight earned runs.

For New York (7-4), catcher Jose Trevino hit an RBI single in the 2nd inning to get the Yankees on the board and trail 1-0. The 3rd inning was big for New York as designated hitter Willie Calhoun hit an RBI single to tie the game, shortstop Oswaldo Cabrera hit a sacrifice fly to take a 3-2 lead, and outfielder Franchy Cordero hit a three-run homerun to take a 6-2 lead. In the 4th inning, first baseman Anthony Rizzo hit an RBI single and second baseman Gleyber Torres grounded into a double play to score a run and take an 8-2 lead.

Rizzo later in the 6th inning hit another RBI single, with outfielder and American League MVP Aaron Judge scoring due to a wild pitch in the same inning to take a 10-2 lead. In the 9th inning, Willie Calhoun grounded into a double play to score a run and take an 11-2 lead and eventual win. Starting pitcher Gerrit Colle earned his third win of the season for going 7.0 complete innings, striking out three batters and allowing five hits and two walks for two earned runs.

The Guardians will wrap-up the home series and the season series against the New York Yankees on Wednesday, April 12th, with first pitch set for 1:10 p.m.