- Matt Ehalt, ESPN New York contributor
- 0 Shares
After hitting into two double plays to start his day, Curtis Granderson rebounded with a two-run home run in the sixth inning that tied Thursday's game against the Angels at 2-2. Granderson hit home run No. 32, which tied him for the team lead with teammate Mark Teixeira.
Granderson has four home runs in three games against Los Angeles and now has 93 RBIs on the year, which is the team lead. He also boosted his major league leading runs scored total to 105. Granderson established a new career-high in home runs Wednesday night against the Halos.