Luis Severino, the Yankees' starter, discusses his jaws in the Blue Jays' depreciation

Luis Severino, the Yankees' starter, discusses his jaws in the Blue Jays' depreciation ...

NEW YORK Preys on relaxation quite a bit.

Severino explained why he got into a mini on-field spat with the Blue Jays during the at Yankee Stadium on Thursday.

When Severino hit Lourdes Gurriel Jr. on the left arm in the first inning, it appeared that Toronto pitcher Alex Manoah was the most vocal.

Severino said that I heard him talk about something.

So, Severino yelled back. And the ace left the shady to stand and watch the back and forth. Cole had lost to the Blue Jays on Wednesday night.

"I don't know what he said, but I'm not attempting to punch everybody," Severino said. "This is baseball. I must do my job. I must throw in. I must throw inside."

After Raimel Tapia's final game, Severino said he went out of his way to chat with Gurriel.

I went to third (base) after they hit a fly ball, Severino said. He was there. I said, Im not trying to punch you. He said, I know that. Theres just a small concern there.

Severino ended the day throwing five scoreless innings, striking out six, walking two innings and giving up two hits.

"Every pitch he makes now is such a factor, and the changeup," the manager said. "It's a real benefit for him right now. I thought he used the slider and the cutter, and his fastball all really well.... When he did get into a little bit of a jam, he was really adamant."

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