Tampa Bay vs New York Predictions
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Spend Yankees. Offense wins championships.
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The Yankees will benefit today from having Tanaka go the full 9 innings the other day. C.C will probably need help early and New York has plenty of that waiting in the wings. Snell has had moments and he is a game manager with his control but the Yankees are dialed in.
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Snell will keep the Yankee bats in check. Under 9
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Snell has faced the Yankees twice this year and CC faced the Rays three times. Snell Gave up 1 run in six last appearence and 2 runs in 5.2 the game before that. CC has only giving up 1 run in two of his games and 2 in the other. It's important to note two off CC's games were in New york (where he only gave up one both times) and snells game in new york was also the game where he gave up one. I love the under 5 for the first five innings70%
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I like the Yankees bats to give CC enough run support to get a Win here. They are playing at home and that will help CC here as he struggles when he is on the road. Snell hasnt performed like the Cy Young he was last year. I like the Yanks 4-2 in this50%
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Snell will be making his third start of the season against the Yankees. In his previous two starts vs. New York, the left-hander is 0-1 with a 2.31 ERA and has recorded 21 strikeouts in just 11 2/3 innings. Sabathia will take his fourth crack at notching his 250th career victory when he faces the Rays. The Yankees' southpaw was roughed up by the White Sox on Friday, allowing six runs in 4 2/3 innings as his road woes continued. I haven't been high on Sabathia the past 2 years and trust Snell a little more here but the Yankee's red hot offense is hard to bet against right now.
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Betting Prediction for Tampa Bay Rays vs New York Yankees on June 19, 2019, 1:05 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Tampa Bay will Win and the Total will go Over .
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TBO Rays: Blake Snell shelled: Rays lefty lasts just 1/3 an inning against Yankees in his shortest major league start
NEW YORK -- Blake Snell retired just one hitter against the New York Yankees on Wednesday night, handing the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner his shortest start of his major league career.
The game snowballed quickly on Snell. He trailed 3-0 three batters into the game when Gary Sanchez hit a three-run opposite field homer following D.J. LeMahieu's infield single and Luke Voit's walk.
He faced just seven batters -- six of them reaching base -- before Rays manager Kevin Cash removed him from the game.
Snell left the game after walking the bases loaded, and reliever Colin Poche allowed three more runs to score.
TBO Rays: Eduardo A. Encina's takeaways from Wednesday's Rays-Yankees game
Blake Snell seems to lack confidence in fastball; taking a much-needed break from Yankee Stadium; nothing you can do but laugh.
The Rays' Blake Snell gives the ball to manager Kevin Cash after being pulled in the first inning against the Yankees on Wednesday, June 19, 2019. [SETH WENIG | Associated Press]
* In detailing his frustration, the Rays' Blake Snell said he knows he needs to establish his fastball more, and only then can he get the full benefit of his remarkable arsenal.
TBO Rays: Snell-shocked: Rays swept out of Yankee Stadium after Blake Snell can't get out of first inning
NEW YORK -- Even worse than being swept out of Yankee Stadium this week, thanks in part to a 12-1 loss Wednesday afternoon, was how it happened.
Even the best teams go through losing stretches over the course of a 162-game season, and the Rays are certainly doing that right now. But there's no way the Rays can compete with the Yankees for the AL East without a better version of Blake Snell.
The Rays hope Wednesday marked rock bottom for the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner. He lasted just 1/3 an inning, his shortest outing in 89 major-league starts.
Pinstripe Alley: CC Sabathia records his 250th career win as Yankees sweep the Rays
The New York Yankees soundly defeated the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday afternoon by a score of 12-1. The game eclipsed three hours long, but it truly ended in the first hour. With the reigning Cy Young winner on the mound in Blake Snell, the Yankees needed to bring their "A" game. They sure did.
The bottom of the first inning started off innocently enough as DJ LeMahieu hit a dribbler to third base that he beat out for an infield single. Luke Voit would work a walk to put two runners on for Gary Sanchez.
Pinstripe Alley: Cameron Maybin leads Yankees past Rays, 6-3
Cameron Maybin continued both his personal and team-wide home run streaks as he scored two runs en route to the Yankees downing the Rays, 6-3.
For the fourth game in a row, Maybin homered, this time to lead off the bottom of the seventh. This shot extended the Yankees' lead to 5-3. As Giancarlo Stanton's and Aaron Judge's returns this week start to squeeze the bottom of the roster, he has made it difficult for the Yankees to designate him for assignment and risk losing him to another contender.
DRaysBay: Rays 3, Yankees 6: Stanton returns to the Bronx
After getting shut out by Masahiro Tanaka in the series opener, the Rays looked to even the series in tonight's contest, featuring opener Ryne Stanek opposite J.A. Happ for the Yankees. But the game's start didn't quite go as planned:
All in all, it was a one hour, sixteen minute delay:
Both teams brought a different look to their respective lineups, with the Yankees with a new addition off the injured list:
For the Rays, a new leadoff hitter:
Nursing a mild hamstring issue, Yandy Diaz was left out of the starting lineup.