PHILADELPHIA —  New York Yankees starter Luis Severino employed an electrifying array of triple-digit pitches Tuesday night to overpower the Phillies on his way to sole possession of the league lead in pitchers’ wins. “It seemed like the life on his fastball, it’s always good. [Tuesday] it seemed really special,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. “As I like to say, that thing was ‘crispy.'” According to Statcast’s numbers, Severino’s fastball was scorching. In total, the right-hander threw 12 pitches that traveled 100 mph in the Yankees’ 6-0 win over the Phillies. That tied a career high for 100 mph pitches

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