Tag: Toronto Blue Jays

Yankees Fantasy Baseball at the Toronto Blue Jays March 30, 2018

Happ Guns For Series Clincher; Sevy Needs A Gem

The Toronto Blue Jays send out ace J.A. Happ to continue last night’s dominance over New York bats. The subject of trade-deadline rumors, Happ will face Yankee ace Luis Severino, who will have to match zeros with the Blue Jay righty for the pinstripes to have a chance in this one. Check out our Draft Kings cheatsheet.

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Big Man Poised for Opening Series Clincher


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.

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And That's That. Yanks Look To Finish Strong in Regular Season Finale


Now that everything is settled, the Yankees should play out today’s finale with the intent of giving some guys rest and depending on the flow of the game, substitutions should be liberal. But that’s not to say the club will roll over for this one. Anyone on the bubble for a postseason roster spot will be looking to impress. Not an easy game to pencil out some draft possibilities, but let’s take a look at some options.

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CC Takes The Mound vs Stroman; Yanks 2 Out with 2 To Go


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.

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All Eyes On Tanaka As Yanks Open Regular Season Finale Series


The big question today is which Masahiro Tanaka will show up? He’s 12-12 on the season with a 4.94 ERA and 1.27 WHIP, and has been inconsistent over his last five starts. If the Yankees do indeed win the Wild Card play-in, Tanaka would likely start Game 2 of the ALDS, and the club needs him to be dialed in. Let’s see who can help or hurt your lineup.

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Postseason Locked But More Work Remains; Garcia vs Stroman Today


With a gritty performance from Sonny Gray and lights out relief from the bullpen, your 2017 New York Yankees have earned a slot in the postseason tournament. The Red Sox keep winning, so the dream of a division title is fading by the day but that Yankees fully intend to keep the pressure on. Jaime Garcia takes the mound for the Bronx Bombers against Marcus Stroman. Let’s see who’s not and who’s not.

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Gray Goes For Postseason Clincher; Can Yanks Go To Bat for Him?


With a victory, the New York Yankees will clinch their first postseason appearance since 2015. If they lose, an Angels loss to Houston and a Rangers loss to Oakland can accomplish the feat, as well. Sonny Gray will take the hill in an effort to deliver the clincher and make up for his last outing. Joe Biagini goes for Toronto. Do you stack against him? Let’s find out.

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Pennant Race Moves North for 3 in Toronto


The Yankees begin their final road trip of the regular season tonight at Rogers Centre in Toronto for the start of a three-game set with the Blue Jays. The Yankees are 6-7 versus the Jays in 2017, the only divisional foe they are below .500 against. Let’s see who to draft tonight and who to keep an eye on for the series.

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