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MLB : ATS Matchup
Monday 4/23/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -120

-1.5  +100



MINNESOTA (8 - 8) at NY YANKEES (11 - 9)
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Monday, 4/23/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
959MINNESOTA+195Ov 9,-125+182Ov 8.5,-120
960NY YANKEES-215Un 9,+105-195Un 8.5,+100
MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games8-8+0.57-94.20.2350.3070.3840.6914.40.2380.3160.3680.684
Road Games4-6-1.85-54.30.2330.2910.3900.6824.60.2350.3150.3990.714
vs Right-handed Starters6-7-16-74.50.2290.3040.3800.6844.40.2320.3120.3710.683
Past 7 Games3-4-0.54-34.30.2310.3030.3540.6575.90.2810.3320.4420.774
Grass Games8-5+3.64-94.20.2320.3090.3770.6863.40.2140.2960.3270.623
Night Games5-4+1.63-63.60.2300.2990.3700.6693.70.2290.2970.3510.648
MINNESOTA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.20.2350.30716571134321170.384656015881201211137
Road Games4.30.2330.2911037487200130.3904031995709485
Righty Starters4.50.2290.30413476109281140.38056511278979995
MINNESOTA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.691.46761.43432651025654-42340%
Road Games5.121.60338.7232246816452-3020%

NY YANKEES - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games11-9-3.813-65.60.2550.3410.4160.7585.00.2310.3010.3590.660
Home Games7-5-3.89-36.20.2680.3640.4280.7924.30.2150.2900.3160.607
vs Right-handed Starters6-7-4.78-45.50.2400.3310.3790.7105.00.2380.3070.3640.671
Past 7 Games5-205-26.30.2840.3740.4790.8534.10.2150.2930.3210.613
Grass Games9-7-3.812-36.00.2660.3530.4230.7765.30.2330.3040.3570.661
Night Games5-6-6.27-34.80.2440.3260.4070.7326.20.2410.3120.3940.707
NY YANKEES - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.60.2550.34120694177403220.4161109117591442018137
Home Games6.20.2680.36412418112220150.42872631075891311113
Righty Starters5.50.2400.33113454109262110.3796862109592131164
NY YANKEES - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games4.071.21779.74436639341172-53260%
Home Games3.151.18851.4201837324772-31150%
MINNESOTA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/9/2018LYNN(R)HOUSTONVERLANDER(R)0-2L+1558.5 unU681780
4/10/2018ODORIZZI(R)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)4-1W+1508 evU8110790
4/11/2018GIBSON(R)HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)9-8W+1408 unO97113120
4/12/2018BERRIOS(R)CHI WHITE SOXGIOLITO(R)4-0W-2059 unU781342
4/17/2018ODORIZZI(R)*CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)1-6L+1757.5 unU61001271
4/18/2018BERRIOS(R)*CLEVELANDCARRASCO(R)2-1W+1057.5 evU1314112122
4/20/2018LYNN(R)@ TAMPA BAYARCHER(R)7-8L1157.5 ovO7221190
4/21/2018GIBSON(R)@ TAMPA BAYSNELL(L)1-10L1107.5 ovO9501240
4/22/2018HUGHES(R)@ TAMPA BAYCHIRINOS(R)6-8L1058.5 ovO9811470
4/29/2018 CINCINNATI  
4/30/2018 TORONTO  

NY YANKEES - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/10/2018SEVERINO(R)@ BOSTONSALE(L)1-14L1156.5 ovO10921160
4/11/2018TANAKA(R)@ BOSTONPRICE(L)10-7W-1058 unO12701041
4/12/2018GRAY(R)@ BOSTONPORCELLO(R)3-6L-1109 ovP451882
4/13/2018MONTGOMERY(L)@ DETROITFIERS(R)8-6W-1709 ovO11911261
4/16/2018SEVERINO(R)MIAMISMITH(L)12-1W-3108.5 ovO15111590
4/17/2018TANAKA(R)MIAMIGARCIA(L)1-9L-3159 unO4921140
4/19/2018SABATHIA(L)TORONTOSANCHEZ(R)4-3W-1559 evU861680
4/20/2018GRAY(R)TORONTOESTRADA(R)5-8L-1908.5 ovO11609100
4/21/2018MONTGOMERY(L)TORONTOSTROMAN(R)9-1W-1609 unO970461
4/22/2018SEVERINO(R)TORONTOGARCIA(L)5-1W-2408.5 unU960471
4/28/2018TANAKA(R)@ LA ANGELS  
4/29/2018 @ LA ANGELS  
4/30/2018 @ HOUSTON  
MINNESOTA: 2017: 85-77, second place, lost to Yankees in wild-card game.
MANAGER: Paul Molitor (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: RHP Lance Lynn, RHP Jake Odorizzi, DH-1B Logan Morrison, RHP Fernando Rodney, RHP Addison Reed, LHP Zach Duke, SS-3B Erick Aybar, RHP Michael Pineda.
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Matt Belisle, RHP Bartolo Colon, C Chris Gimenez, DH-1B Kennys Vargas, LHP Hector Santiago, LHP Glen Perkins, LHP Buddy Boshers, RHP Michael Tonkin.
OUTLOOK: After their massive 26-win turnaround last season, earning Molitor the AL Manager of the Year award and a new contract through the 2020 season, the Twins were already on the upswing with their 25-and-under core of Berrios, Buxton, Sano, Rosario and Kepler. Then, after spring training began, they traded for Odorizzi and signed Morrison and Lynn, all at market-bargain prices. They've already had some setbacks, with finger surgery for Santana expected to keep him out for most or all of April, and the gut-punch news of Polanco's suspension, plus the uncertainty that surrounds Sano. But this is a team, even with the bold offseason moves made by AL heavyweights Boston and New York, and the strength of reigning AL Central champion Cleveland, that has the talent and spunk to be right in the playoff mix. With Hughes and Tyler Duffey on track for long-relief roles and a spate of well-regarded prospects set to fill out the rotation at Triple-A Rochester, this is as much starting pitching depth as the Twins have had in years. After using 16 different starters in 2017, they needed that. Rodney, Reed and Duke were important additions to bolster the bullpen, too, after Minnesota relievers ranked 22nd in the majors with a collective 4.40 ERA.
NY YANKEES: 2017: 91-71, second place, wild card, lost to Houston in ALCS.
MANAGER: Aaron Boone (first season).
ADDITIONS: OF Giancarlo Stanton, 2B Neil Walker, 3B Brandon Drury.
SUBTRACTIONS: Manager Joe Girardi, 2B Starlin Castro, 3B-1B Chase Headley, 3B Todd Frazier, DH Matt Holliday, LHP Jaime Garcia.
OUTLOOK: New York figures to score a lot and strike out a lot, a reason the Yankees signed the switch-hitting, high-contact Walker during spring training. Drury also was a late addition, enabling New York to start prospects Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar in the minors. Betances faded in the second half last season, struggling with his mechanics and control and diminishing from a four-time All-Star to a mop-up man. After a pair of injury-decimated seasons, Bird is being counted on as a left-handed power bat in the middle of the batting order who can prevent opponents from bringing in right-handed relievers to attack Judge, Stanton and Sanchez. Hicks missed nearly half of last season with oblique injuries but has displaced Jacoby Ellsbury as the regular center fielder. Having never managed or coached at any level, Boone succeeded Girardi and must establish with players and the public that he knows what he is doing.
Yankees, hot-shot prospect Torres face Twins, hot Dozier

NEW YORK -- It was a different type of weekend for Brian Dozier and Gleyber Torres.

While Dozier continued his hot start by getting a hit in his 16th straight game, the Minnesota Twins wound up with a frustrating three-game sweep by the Tampa Bay Rays.

Meanwhile, Torres found out Saturday afternoon he was headed to the majors and made his debut Sunday as the New York Yankees capped a solid weekend by taking three of four from the Toronto Blue Jays.

Dozier will try to keep his streak alive while Torres will appear in his second major league game with the Yankees in the opener of a four-game series Monday night at Yankee Stadium.

Dozier owns the longest active streak in baseball and broke the Minnesota record (since 1961) set by Josh Willingham (2012) and Kirby Puckett (1994) for the longest streak to start a season when he went 2-for-5 with two RBIs.

"He has just been steady," Twins manager Paul Molitor told reporters. "He's not giving away any at-bats. We don't have a lot of guys swinging the bat that well, but he is doing the job."

Dozier's latest hits, however, occurred during an 8-6 loss decided when Addison Reed allowed a two-run game-winning homer to Carlos Gomez in the ninth inning.

While Dozier is hitting .310 (22-for-71) this season and owns a 23-game hitting streak dating back to Sept. 22, the Twins are only 8-8. They have lost four of five with two walk-off losses and the one win coming in the 15th inning on Wednesday in Puerto Rico.

"We're heading into a tough environment to play for four days," Molitor told reporters. "I think we've got enough leadership in there that we'll bounce back. Hopefully we can keep scoring."

Molitor is hoping to avoid things like getting outscored 26-14 and seeing his relievers allowed 15 runs and 20 hits in 10 innings.

Torres, who is New York's top prospect, joined the Yankees for Sunday's 5-1 win. He received a standing ovation before his first at-bat and was 0-for-4.

"There's a lot going on, but it's very precise," said Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton, who also compared Torres to Chicago Cubs second baseman Javier Baez. "He's got some cool action in there and there's some pop at the end. He's going to be good, man. He is good already."

Torres joined the Yankee system as the centerpiece of the 2016 trade that sent current closer Aroldis Chapman to the Chicago Cubs. He underwent Tommy John surgery on the ulnar collateral ligament in his left (nonthrowing) elbow last June but recovered quickly and was batting .347 with Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre before getting the call to join the Yankees.

Torres can play every infield position but first base and will be the second baseman for the foreseeable future, especially with third baseman Miguel Andujar's recent showings. Andujar went 4-for-4 Sunday and is hitting .542 (13-for-24) with 10 extra-base hits and seven RBIs in his last six games.

"We feel like he's a legitimate defender at all three spots," said Yankees manager Aaron Boone, whose second baseman combined for a .601 OPS before Torres joined the team. "Generally speaking, the plan (right now) is for him to be a second baseman."

New York's Masahiro Tanaka will attempt to rebound from a pair of shaky starts against the Boston Red Sox and Miami Marlins. Tanaka has allowed 12 earned runs on 15 hits spanning 10 innings in his last two starts.

Tanaka allowed 35 homers last season and has allowed at least one homer in four straight starts. The only time he allowed at least one homer in five straight outings occurred during his rookie season from June 5-28, 2014.

Tanaka is 4-0 with a 2.48 ERA against the Twins, who have yet to homer off him in 29 innings. Despite his success against Minnesota, Dozier (5-for-14) and Eduardo Escobar (6-for-13) have done well off the right-hander.

Jake Odorizzi will make his fifth start for the Twins and is 1-1 with a 3.38 ERA. He also is coming off his worst outing of the season when he allowed four runs and six hits in five innings in Tuesday's 6-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians in Puerto Rico.

Odorizzi owns plenty of experience against the Yankees from spending the previous five seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays. He is 5-7 with a 4.31 ERA in 14 appearances (13 starts) against the Yankees.

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