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Grichuk's glove, bat help Blue Jays hold off Yanks 2-1


NEW YORK (AP) — Toronto Blue Jays reliever Daniel Hudson sat alone on the bench after the final out, needing a minute to decompress.

He certainly deserved it.

With a tribute to former teammate Tyler Skaggs written on his cap, Hudson got Luke Voit to look at strike three with runners at the corners to secure the Blue Jays' 2-1 victory over the New York Yankees on Saturday.

"It's a grind of a lineup over there," the 32-year old pitcher said. "One mistake and that game's over. I was just down there trying to cool off and mentally just relax for a second."

Hudson posted his second save while...

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