Rays vs. Yankees pitching matchups

CC Sabathia 5

Friday, August 12 (Alex Rodriguez‘s Final Game)
Yankees: CC Sabathia (6-9, 4.18 ERA)
Rays: Chris Archer (6-15, 4.26 ERA)
Time: 7:05 p.m.
T.V. / Radio: YES Network & FOX / WFAN

Saturday, August 13 (1996 World Series Championship Ceremony)
Yankees: Masahiro Tanaka (8-4, 3.32 ERA)
Rays: Matt Andriese (6-3, 2.90 ERA)
Time: 1:05 p.m.
T.V. / Radio: YES Network & MLB Network / WFAN

Sunday, August 14 (Mariano Rivera Day)
Yankees: TBA
Rays: Jake Odorizzi (6-5, 3.69 ERA)
Time: 1:05 p.m.
T.V. / Radio: YES Network

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7 Responses to Rays vs. Yankees pitching matchups

  1. Celerino says:

    A-Rod homered off of Archer when he faced him on May 27. He needs to get at least one hit to avoid hitting under .200 his last year.

  2. tom says:

    Ah… no 6 day rest for Tanaka. all right.

    • mosc says:

      Sabathia Friday – 5 days rest
      Tanaka Saturday – 5 days rest
      Severino Sunday – 4 days rest (goes into his old rotation spot thanks to the Eovaldi DL exemption)
      TBD Monday – Green on 5 days rest? Is he allowed back up?
      Pineda Tuesday – 4 days rest

  3. Neil says:

    There's Hicks in right field again at .197
    Would rather see a stick figure out there.
    I would rather have a Paul oneill bobble head out there. At least when you put the bobble head at the plate there's a chance the pitcher could hit it AND if it was a wind up bobble head it would make it thru the base paths easier than hicks.
    Cashman did a good job at the deadline.
    What's the holdup here with this guy. Admit it didn't work and release him. We all make mistakes.

  4. tom says:

    God disapproved Arod? Amazing.

  5. Neil says:

    maybe I'm being to hard here but I just witnessed Gardner going after a ball hit in front of him but did not dive. It landed a few feet in front. It was a pop up so if he couldn't get it , it wasn't going anywhere.
    Once again it's like the passion isn't there to play like a winner. And with 2 outs another hit RBI. He had a shot at catching that and ending the inning.
    I wish we could just cut our losses with these players. March them out in order. Hicks, McCann , Gardner, Ellsbury ,Tex. I would rather bring up kids and let them learn at this level for this year.
    Unfortunately 90 percent of this cant be done immediately. Wishful thinking on my part.

  6. Daniel Liggett says:

    David Wells didn't join the Yankees till 1997 and his perfect game was thrown in 1998.

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