Frustration reaches tipping point as Yankees continue to struggle

New York manager Aaron Boone after Yankees' latest defeat

Shown some emotions during a fiery press conference

The Yankees hit a new low on Saturday afternoon in the Bronx,

The New York lost 5–2 to the Blue Jays, their sixth consecutive series loss.

For a team running at a historic pace in the first three-plus months of the season,

An extended stretch of performance without motivation has started to take a toll,

In which increased despair has reached a climax.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone was fed up with the same questions about the team's poor performance,

The captain slammed a table in the middle of an answer during his postgame presser,

"We have to play better. Period," said Boone, raising his voice.