Fans got a peek at Yankees’ future in soggy final home game

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The Yankees managed to defeat Arizona, 6-4, despite it being a chilly, damp, dreary afternoon to end their home schedule in a poor season.

It happened the day after the Yankees were declared out of the playoff race for the first time since 2016.

even though the announced attendance was 41,096 only a few hundred strong fans showed up.

as it was a make-up of the game on Saturday that featured a free Aaron Judge bobblehead.

Those who endured the weather got a glimpse of Austin Wells, who may represent some of the Yankees' future.

 Among the young players that were essential to the triumph were Oswald Peraza and Everson Pereira.

Wells hit a 443-foot home run amid the difficult conditions in the fourth and scored the winning run in the eighth.

 Pereira got two hits, one of which was the decisive single that gave the Yankees the lead for good. Clay Holmes then pitched a scoreless ninth to earn the save.

The youngsters in the starting lineup for the eighth inning, according to Aaron Boone, impressed him.