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THE BRONX— Masahiro Tanaka outpitched Max Scherzer, Stephen Drew hit two solo home runs and the New York Yankees beat the Washington Nationals 6-1 Tuesday night for their seventh straight victory.

A two-out throwing error by shortstop Ian Desmond in the seventh inning broke a 1-all tie.  New York went on to match its longest winning streak since 2012.

Bryce Harper hit his 20th home run for the Nationals, who have lost nine of 11. Washington fell in its first trip to Yankee Stadium since 2009.

Tanaka (4-1) gave up one run and five hits in seven innings, walking none and striking out six. No one on the Nationals had ever batted against him and it showed with several timid, late swings.

Tanaka made his second start since wrist and forearm ailments put him on the disabled list. No ill effects, apparently.

Scherzer (6-5) kept pace with Tanaka until the seventh.

 

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