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Competitor:New York Yankees vs Baltimore Orioles Baseball Game Live Stream
Series : Major League Baseball (MLB) Regular Season 2017
Date : Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Kick-Off :7:05p ET
Venue: Oriole Park at Camden Yards
TV Channel :YES, MASN
The Yankees are facing the Red Sox this week at the Stadium, but they won’t have to face Chris Sale.
Sale, Boston’s left-handed ace who struck out nine Orioles on Sunday in a 7-3 victory over Baltimore, owns a 1.31 career ERA against the Bombers. The Yankees actually beat Sale 3-0 on April 27 at Fenway Park, though it took a three-hit shutout by Masahiro Tanaka to do it.
But in six starts since, Tanaka has pitched to an 8.42 ERA while giving up 48 hits — including 11 homers — and 30 runs (29 earned) in 31 innings. Opponents are hitting .356 against Tanaka’s fastball and .365 against his sinker, according to FanGraphs. His slider and splitter have also been inconsistent.
“I think it’s big,” Joe Girardi said Sunday when asked about Tanaka’s upcoming outing on Tuesday after wrapping up a 3-4 road trip with a 3-2 loss to the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre. “You don’t want to look too far ahead, but we’re in a stretch of 13 in a row against our division, and we get to go home now, so we need to play better.”
The Yankees are 11-13 since starting 21-9. The Red Sox are 10-4 since starting 21-21.
“They’re grinding, they’re fighting, they’re competitive, they’re hungry,” Brian Cashman said when asked about the state of his club. “We’ve got a lot of good things going on, but we’re not perfect. We need to get Aroldis Chapman back, we need more production from first base and Masahiro Tanaka. We’ve had a lot of great performances as well, and we need to get healthy in some spots.”
Of Tanaka, Cashman said his fastball command has been off and his split hasn’t been effective as it has been historically. The GM reiterated that neither the team nor Tanaka believes he’s hurt.
“It’ll be exciting,” Brett Gardner said. “It’s something that as players we get excited for, but I think the fans probably enjoy it more than we do. Whether we’re in the Stadium or up at Fenway, it’s always a great atmosphere. Now that June’s here and kids are out of school and we’re in the summer months, I’m sure it’ll be packed. And it’ll be fun, it’ll be a good challenge and I’m looking forward to it.”
The Yankees will get their first look at David Price this season on Thursday night. Price, who has missed significant time due to a strained left elbow, allowed just one run in seven innings and struck out seven in his second start of the year on Saturday. Price has a 4.55 career ERA against the Bombers.
In a matchup of young right fielders with superstar potential, Aaron Judge currently has the OPS lead on Mookie Betts, 1.110 to .811. But after feeling like they were missing the retired David Ortiz following a two-game mini-sweep by the Yankees in late April, the Red Sox have since picked it up offensively.
“They swung the bats really well in May (ranking tied for second in runs scored), and obviously they got David Price back,” Girardi said. “Pablo Sandoval is back. Dustin Pedroia (sprained left wrist) is out. But they’ve swung the bats well and they’ve pitched well, too. Obviously, it’s a big series. Right now, it’s one big series after another.”
ACHES AND PAINS
Jacoby Ellsbury (concussion, headaches) was expected to see a neurologist on Monday. Greg Bird (ankle, DL since May 2) has been playing in rehab games at Class A Tampa while Tyler Austin (foot) has been playing at Triple-A Scranton. There is no timetable for Bird’s return.
Cashman said the Yankees aren’t disappointed in Bird that it’s taken him so long to get back, but rather they’re disappointed that they haven’t had him healthy and productive at first.
The Yankees reinstated Austin from the 60-day DL and optioned him to Triple-A.
Of the struggling Chase Headley and Chris Carter, Cashman said: “They’re working their tails off to be productive. I would never say someone needs to be worried (about their roster spot). They’re professionals. They’re trying. And obviously we have the ability to make changes if needed.”