New York 78-73 | 35-42 away
vs New York 99-53 | 54-22 home
Tuesday 7:05pm ET

New York vs New York Predictions

Tue, Jun 11, 7:05pm ET at Yankee Stadium
Starting Pitchers
J Vargas (2-3) ERA: 3.57
L3: S/O: 5.7 WHIP: 1.2 ER: 0.7 IP: 7
J Paxton (3-2) ERA: 3.11
L3: S/O: 4 WHIP: 1.2 ER: 1.7 IP: 3.7
9 (-110)

Consensus Picks

Computer NYM +183 o/9 (-110)
*Community NYY -195 70% u/9 (-110) 58%

*Consensus from 1239 predictions.

73313thEarned Run Average4.3514th
.25710thQuality Starts51Tied-15th
19th OFFENSE 5th
14th Hits 13th
22nd Strike Outs 13th
17th DEFENSE 5th
22nd Hits 6th
8th Strike Outs 7th
2019 NL East Standings
Atlanta 93 60 .608 L3
Washington 83 68 .550 L1
Philadelphia 78 72 .520 W2
New York 79 73 .520 W2
Miami 53 99 .349 L1
2019 AL East Standings
New York 99 54 .647 L1
Tampa Bay 89 63 .586 L2
Boston 79 72 .523 L2
Toronto 61 91 .401 W3
Baltimore 49 103 .322 L3
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  • @Covers • 3m
     New York Mets vs New York Yankees on 2019-06-11 added by Covers

    Covers community free betting prediction for
    New York Yankees
    (72% consensus). The latest edition of the Subway Series could not get off the ground Monday due to a rain-soaked New York City, but the rival Mets and Yankees will make up for it with a day-night doubleheader Tuesday at Yankee Stadium. The Bronx Bombers entered Monday tied for first in the American League East after salvaging the finale of a 2-4 road trip at Cleveland on Sunday...

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     New York Mets vs New York Yankees on 2019-06-11 added by OddsShark

    Betting Prediction for New York Mets vs New York Yankees on June 11, 2019, 7:05 PM ET

    Free Betting Prediction: NY Mets will Win and the Total will go Over .

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  • @Yankees • 3m

    Pinstripe Alley: Yankees Highlights: Bombers get outslugged by Mets, drop game two of doubleheader

    Well, one out of two ain't bad, I suppose. After blasting through Zack Wheeler and the Mets to take game one of today's doubleheader, the Yankees saw their crosstown rivals flex their muscles in the nightcap. The Mets sent three deep flies, two courtesy of utilityman J.D. Davis, ultimately cruising to a 10-4 win. The split concluded this one-day Subway Series. The Yankees will travel to Queens in just three weeks to reprise the battle.

    <strong>Winner of the Game</strong>

    While game one was filled with big performances, tonight was mostly a dud.

  • @Mets • 3m

    NY Times: Yankees Top Mets in Error-Riddled Opener to Subway Series

    Frank Franklin Ii/Associated Press

    When Mets leadoff hitter Jeff McNeil lined a fastball from Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka the opposite way in the first inning Tuesday afternoon, it appeared destined to land on a patch of grass in the Yankee Stadium outfield.

    But Yankees left fielder Brett Gardner reacted quickly, sprinted to his left, laid out for the ball and made the backhanded catch to record the out.

    It was the Yankees' way of welcoming their crosstown rivals to the Bronx. Though McNeil rebounded to give the Mets a 4-1 lead when he hit a three-run homer on the first pitch of his second at-bat, the Yankees answered with a five-run inning in the bottom of the fourth.

  • @Yankees • 3m

    CBS: Urshela, Voit Power Yankees To Easy Win Over Mets In Opener Of Subway Series Doubleheader

    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) -- Gio Urshela and Luke Voit homered off Zack Wheeler in a five-run fourth inning, and the New York Yankees tied their season high with 15 hits in a 12-5 rout of the Mets on Tuesday that opened a day-night Subway Series doubleheader.

    Masahiro Tanaka (4-5) gave up a three-run homer to Jeff McNeil that put the Mets ahead 4-1 in the third but rebounded to win for the first time in a month.

    Urshela had four RBIs and was a triple short of the cycle, ending stretch of 15 at-bats without a hit.

  • @Mets • 3m

    Amazin' Avenue: Final Score Game 1: Yankees 12, Mets 5--Offensive Defense

    The New York Mets couldn't get out their own way in game one of today's day-night doubleheader. They made several blunders in the field, from missing bases to throwing errors on routine grounders to misplaying fly balls, and the New York Yankees seemingly made them pay every single time.

    The troubles began in the second, when Zack Wheeler made a stellar bare-handed play and appeared to throw out lead runner Brett Gardner at second base for the first out of the inning. Upon review, it was ruled that Amed Rosario missed stepping on second base.

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