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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2009

    (29-27) Redsox @ Yankees (36-19)

    Game 1: Thursday May 30th at 7:05

    Chris Sale (1-6) – (4.19 ERA)

    The ace didn't have his best stuff last time out at Houston, but minimized the damage, allowing four runs (two earned) over six innings. The Yankees have always been a good matchup against Sale. The lefty is 7-5 with a 1.93 ERA in 20 appearances against New York, including the postseason.


    J.A. Happ (4-3) – (5.09 ERA)

    J.A. Happ struck out 10 hitters over six innings of three-run baseball on Saturday in the Yankees' 7-3 victory over the Royals.
    Happ cruised through the first five innings but ran into trouble in the sixth and allowed a three-run homer to Whit Merrifield that tied the game at 3-3. Fortunately for Happ, he was able to avoid any more damage, and the Yankees put up a four-spot in the next inning to allow the left-hander to pick up the victory. He allowed just four hits, and he didn’t walk anyone to go along with the 10 strikeouts. Happ has pitched better this year than his 5.09 ERA suggests, and he’ll get a chance to lower that mark on Thursday against the Red Sox.

    Game 2: Friday May 31st at 7:05 PM

    Eduardo Rodriquez (5-3) – (5.04 ERA)

    Domingo German (9-1) – (3.43 ERA)

    Domingo German surrendered seven runs on nine hits over five innings while taking a no-decision in Sunday's 8-7, 10-inning loss to the Royals.
    German had been rolling on a six-game winning streak coming into this contest, but the Royals put the brakes on that streak via a bevy of home runs. Martin Maldonado started the pain train with a three-run home run in the second inning, with Ryan O'Hearn (solo shot), Brian Dozier (two-run shot) and Jorge Soler (solo shot) following with taters of their own over the next three frames. Yikes. German had only given up five home runs in 10 starts for the season entering action on Sunday. He will look to bounce back from this unsightly outing when he carries a 3.43 ERA, 1.04 WHIP and 63/16 K/BB ratio (60 1/3-plus innings) into next Friday's home date with the Red Sox.

    Game 3: Saturday June 1st at 7:15

    Rick Porcello (3-4) – (4.80 ERA)

    Porcello has been Boston's most consistent pitcher in recent weeks, going 4-1 with a 2.94 ERA in his last eight starts. This is the first time Porcello will face the Yankees this season. In 22 career starts against New York, Porcello is 10-8 with a 3.11 ERA.

    Chad Green (0-2) – (10.57 ERA)

    Game 4: Sunday June 2nd at 7:08 PM

    David Price (2-2)- (2.83 ERA)
    Price will try to put an end to the well-chronicled struggles he's had at Yankee Stadium (0-6, 9.79 ERA) since joining the Red Sox. Price was strong in his last start, firing six shutout innings against the Indians
    CC Sabathia (3-1)- (3.48 ERA)

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    I don’t know about the rest of you guys but I haven’t paid much attention or any at all with this yrs team. I’ve kept quite and quiet I shall remain.

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