Luke French, who was called up from Double A New Britain, made his Red Wings debut For the Yankees, Dellin Betances made the start.
The Wings were first on the board when Mastroianni led off the first inning with a single. After Ben Revere grounded out, moving Mastroianni over to second, Betances threw a wild pitch moving Mastroianni over to third. Brian Dozier walked and Rene Tosoni grounded out, but scored Mastroianni to make the score 1-0 Wings.
In the bottom of the first the Yankees took a one-run lead when Brandon Laird hit an RBI single to score Kevin Russo and Dewayne Wise, making the score 2-1 Yankees.
In the top of the second the Wings tied the game at two when Mastroianni laid down a bunt and moved to third on a throwing error by Betances. Revere brought Mastroianni in with a single.
The Wings had an opportunity to take the lead in the top of the third, but a fly out by Matt Carson, a strikeout by Joe Thurston, and a fly out by Aaron Bates left runners stranded on first and third.
The Yankees re-gained the lead when Laird notched his third RBI of the game with a solo home run, to make the score 3-2 Yankees.
In the top of the fifth, the Wings tied the score at three when Tosoni led off with a single and moved to second on a stolen base. Bates then hit a single to score Tosoni.
Jeff Manship replaced French in the bottom of the sixth. French pitched five innings with four hits allowed, three earned runs, two walks, and one home run.
The Wings took the lead in the top of the eighth when Bates hit a lead off single. A sacrifice bunt by Ray Chang moved Bates over to second, which led to Mastroianni's RBI single to make the score 4-3 Wings.
Manship pitched four stellar relief innings, fanning four without allowing a hit. But when Manship walked Pearce with one out in the ninth, the Wings turned to closer Anthony Slama to face Laird. Slama struck out Laird, then fanned Garner to end the game.