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Nationals 5, Yankees 3: 33 Days Later, the Yankees Lose a Game That Was Halted by Rain

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 19 June 2018
The Nationals got a tiebreaking homer from Juan Soto, their 19-year-old slugging sensation who wasn’t in the big leagues when the first part of the game was played in May.
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News video: At Only 19 Years Old, Juan Soto Is Crushing It

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Juan Soto became the fifth youngest player in baseball’s live-ball era with a multi-homer game on Thursday. The 19-year-old Nationals outfielder only started this season in Class-A ball, reports Deadspin. In 20 games and 78 plate appearances, he's batting .344 with five homers and 11 RBI. Soto is...

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