With CC Sabathia (6-4, 3.34 ERA) and Mike Clevinger (7-4, 3.34 ERA) facing off, the pivotal game three of the 4-game set between the Indians and Yankees begins at 7:15 EST / 4:15 PT today, and the plot line is simple. New York needs to get into the anemic Cleveland bullpen as early as possible, while Clevinger has to keep Yankee hitters off balance all night long, and hope his powerful offense can build up a bullpen-proof lead. Check out our Draft Kings cheatsheet for this contest.
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Last season in 13 starts after a Yankee loss, CC Sabathia answered the bell with a record of 10-0 and a 1.69 ERA. After the offense was held in check last night and the Bombers suffered a series-opening loss to Baltimore, all eyes are on Sabathia as the takes the mound for the 4-3 Yankees. See who’s hot, who’s not, and who might be poised to rack up some serious fantasy points in tonight’s Yankees vs Orioles showdown.
CC Sabathia looks to continue the hot start the Yankees have bubbling in Rogers Centre tonight, taking the bump for game three of the four-game season opening series with the division rival Blue Jays. Click here for today’s Yankees fantasy baseball cheatsheet and tips.
A few of days have now passed. The reality that the Yankees’ magical postseason run of 2017 is over has now set in like a
The Yanks can keep pressure on Beantown with a win today, but they’ll have to get past Marcus Stroman and spoiler-minded Toronto Blue Jays. The wise guys actually have New York as a slight favorite, and the books on the Astros-Red Sox matchup is dead even with a Over/Under of 9. Let’s look at some lineup possibilities.
Instead of a scheduled off-day, the New York Yankees will host the Kansas City Royals in a makeup game. The Big Man will toe the slab against Jakob Junis, who will be making his first career start against the Yankees. Check out our recommended draft picks.
TONIGHT: Game 151 | 83-67 | AL East: -3 GB | Wild Card: +5 The Big Man toes the rubber for the Yankees tonight in an attempt to both clinch a series win against the visiting Minnesota Twins — and keep pressure on the first place Boston Red Sox, who’s lead remains at 3 games with 12 to play after last night’s meltdown by Baltimore pitching — who could see that coming? Nevertheless, the pinstripes will keep grinding and we’ll see what happens. For a division tie, the Yankees need to go 9-3 while Boston goes 3-9. Probability less than 1%, but that’s why they play ’em. Let’s see who’s hot and who’s not in tonight’s showdown against José Berrios.