Friday, June 14 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim| 10:05 PM ET
Andy Pettitte, LHP (5-3, 3.82 ERA)
C.J. Wilson, LHP (4-5, 4.02 ERA)
YANKEES: Pettitte logged his 250th career victory in his last start, holding the Mariners to a run on three hits over 7 1/3 innings. He is 14-11 with a 4.49 ERA in 31 career starts vs. the Angels.
ANGELS: Given how his last start began, it's a minor miracle Wilson gave up only four runs (three earned) in five frames to Boston. He gave up three runs in the first two innings before settling in, retiring eight of nine at one point.
Saturday, June 15 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim | 7:15 PM ET
David Phelps, RHP (4-3, 3.90 ERA)
Tommy Hanson, RHP (3-2, 4.12 ERA)
YANKEES: Phelps wasn't happy with his command, but the results were fine as he held the Mariners to a run on three hits over six innings in his last start. He's 3-2 with a 3.38 ERA in his eight starts this year.
ANGELS: Hanson got the win and gave up only two runs to a high-powered Red Sox offense on Saturday. But it was a struggle. Hanson walked four batters, gave up seven hits, put at least two runners on in four frames and needed 114 pitches to get 15 outs.
Sunday, June 16 at Angel Stadium of Anaheim | 3:35 PM ET
CC Sabathia, LHP (6-5, 4.07 ERA)
Jered Weaver, RHP (1-2, 3.77 ERA)
YANKEES: Sabathia took a step back in his last start, allowing six runs -- including two homers -- in a loss to the A's. His fastball velocity has come back a bit, but he struggled with command in Oakland.
ANGELS: Weaver's Monday start was hindered by a treacherous downpour at Oriole Park, which caused his outing to finish after 83 pitches in 5 2/3 innings. He was charged with four runs on six hits and a walk.