The Yankees continue to set the pace in an impressive 2022 season

Luis Severino # 40 of the New York Yankees reacts after pitching during the fifth inning of the Doubleheader Game Two against the Chicago White Sox at the Yankee Stadium in the Bronx Borough of New York City on May 22, 2022.
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So far, no one was able to send in the perfect solution, which is not strange.

With their 6-6 trailing win, the Yankees reached the 30-win mark as the first team in baseball when they went below the Baltimore Orioles in the 11th inning in a base hit by Jose Trevino.

A fan page of the Yankees on Twitter tweeted a graphic celebrating their achievements as the first team to win 30, featuring players such as tacker pitcher Gerrit Cole and sluggers Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Jazz.

The return of the “evil empire”

The Yankees seemingly dominate everyone they encounter.

They lost two of three games to the Chicago White Sox over the weekend, but that clearly didn’t slow them down.

Anyone who was skeptical about the team making headlines this season has almost been given a break.

The Yankees are proving everyone wrong and showing the baseball world what kind of team they really are and what was imagined when Cole was signed after the end of the 2019 season.

The “evil empire” is back in full force.

They get clutch hits, have their strength, speed and some really impressive starting pitching.

Clearly, anyone who expected their struggle has been proven dead wrong.

Everything is clicking for these Yankees, and now they are the first team in baseball to have 30 wins.

If it continues, they must have a shot to win more than 100 games as the season draws to a close of half a point.

The Yankees have once again become an evil empire and a fully functional death star.

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