Tampa Bay Rays ace Blake Snell recorded just one out in a disastrous first inning against the New York Yankees on Wednesday - the shortest start of his MLB career.

The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner issued four walks while giving up two hits, including a loud three-run home run to Yankees catcher Gary Sanchez.

Snell ended up throwing 39 pitches and just 19 strikes. He got yanked with the bases loaded in favor of left-hander Colin Poche, who allowed every inherited runner to score, saddling Snell with six earned runs.