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MLB : ATS Matchup
Friday 5/25/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -105

-1.5  -115



LA ANGELS (28 - 22) at NY YANKEES (31 - 15)
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Friday, 5/25/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
963LA ANGELS+205Ov 8,-115+215Ov 9,-105
964NY YANKEES-225Un 8,-105-235Un 9,-115
LA ANGELS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games28-22+3.523-244.70.2490.3170.4130.7304.20.2410.3140.3850.699
Road Games16-5+129-105.90.2840.3430.4500.7923.10.2350.3120.3500.663
vs Right-handed Starters23-16+5.518-184.70.2500.3170.4180.7354.10.2340.3080.3770.685
Past 7 Games3-4-2.72-34.00.1990.3060.3390.6454.60.2540.3220.4330.755
Grass Games26-21+2.623-234.70.2490.3150.4160.7314.20.2430.3170.3840.701
Night Games19-19-2.819-174.50.2470.3160.4020.7174.70.2510.3220.4030.725
LA ANGELS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2490.317501724429769630.4132261713842734549235812
Road Games5.90.2840.34321774220356270.4501216914814155217233
Righty Starters4.70.2500.317391347337627500.418179131303232723517489
LA ANGELS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.721.401191.3847918724811959-612957.1%
Road Games2.941.43670.3242368533744-28372.7%

NY YANKEES - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games31-15+7.527-176.00.2580.3380.4460.7854.30.2250.2930.3610.655
Home Games18-7+417-86.40.2650.3630.4490.8124.20.2250.2960.3580.654
vs Left-handed Starters12-4+4.97-85.40.2650.3400.4750.8143.60.2120.2740.3300.604
Past 7 Games4-3-14-27.10.3070.3530.5950.9484.90.2200.3120.3810.693
Grass Games29-13+7.526-146.10.2620.3420.4520.7944.40.2250.2940.3610.654
Night Games18-12-1.917-115.70.2550.3300.4550.7854.80.2350.3040.3930.697
NY YANKEES - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games6.00.2580.338461595411897660.4462661944152032532302617
Home Games6.40.2650.36325850225441370.449156131221121842019166
Lefty Starters5.40.2650.34016550146313260.475856214581151310126
NY YANKEES - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.501.1981677665134196623512-710758.8%
Home Games3.561.21698.743397811421459-45455.6%
LA ANGELS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/11/2018SKAGGS(L)MINNESOTALYNN(R)4-5L-1607.5 ovO1070950
5/12/2018TROPEANO(R)MINNESOTAGIBSON(R)3-5L-1258.5 evU71601050
5/13/2018OHTANI(R)MINNESOTAROMERO(R)2-1W-1657.5 unU7100791
5/14/2018HEANEY(L)HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)2-1W+1208 unU420640
5/15/2018BARRIA(R)HOUSTONCOLE(R)3-5L+1508 unP842740
5/16/2018RICHARDS(R)HOUSTONVERLANDER(R)0-2L+1207.5 unU561540
5/17/2018SKAGGS(L)TAMPA BAYARCHER(R)1-7L-1607.5 unO3611490
5/18/2018TROPEANO(R)TAMPA BAYSNELL(L)3-8L-1358 ovO68115110
5/19/2018HEANEY(L)TAMPA BAYROMO(R)3-5L-1658.5 unU622571
5/20/2018OHTANI(R)TAMPA BAYROMO(R)5-2W-1958 unU480771
5/22/2018RICHARDS(R)@ TORONTOHAPP(L)3-5L-1108.5 unU421630
5/23/2018SKAGGS(L)@ TORONTOSANCHEZ(R)5-4W-1159 ovP9130981
5/24/2018TROPEANO(R)@ TORONTOESTRADA(R)8-1W-1359 ovP1280531
5/27/2018 @ NY YANKEESTANAKA(R) 
5/28/2018 @ DETROITBOYD(L) 
5/29/2018 @ DETROITFULMER(R) 
5/30/2018 @ DETROITFIERS(R) 
5/31/2018 @ DETROIT  
6/1/2018 TEXAS  

NY YANKEES - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
5/11/2018GRAY(R)OAKLANDGRAVEMAN(R)5-10L-1859.5 evO76014111
5/12/2018GERMAN(R)OAKLANDTRIGGS(R)7-6W-1759 evO11130650
5/13/2018SEVERINO(R)OAKLANDANDERSON(L)6-2W-3058.5 unU1291890
5/18/2018SABATHIA(L)@ KANSAS CITYJUNIS(R)2-5L-1709.5 unU881670
5/19/2018SEVERINO(R)@ KANSAS CITYDUFFY(L)8-3W-2408.5 unO1470960
5/20/2018GRAY(R)@ KANSAS CITYSKOGLUND(L)10-1W-1659 ovO1480440
5/21/2018TANAKA(R)@ TEXASCOLON(R)10-5W-2109.5 evO1271551
5/22/2018GERMAN(R)@ TEXASHAMELS(L)4-6L-15510 evP760680
5/23/2018SABATHIA(L)@ TEXASFISTER(R)10-12L-17510 unO14811152
5/31/2018 @ BALTIMORE  
6/1/2018 @ BALTIMORE  
LA ANGELS: 2017: 80-82, second place.
MANAGER: Mike Scioscia (19th season).
ADDITIONS: RHP-DH Shohei Ohtani, RHP Jim Johnson, 3B Zack Cozart, 2B Ian Kinsler, C Rene Rivera, OF Chris Young.
SUBTRACTIONS: 3B Yunel Escobar, 1B C.J. Cron, 2B Brandon Phillips, RHP Ricky Nolasco, RHP Jesse Chavez, RHP Yusmeiro Petit.
OUTLOOK: The Angels made several apparently savvy offseason moves and are in position to end the big-budget franchise's eight-year stretch without a playoff victory. They've assembled veterans Upton, Kinsler and Cozart around Trout and Pujols to create a potentially dangerous lineup, and they should be one of baseball's best defensive teams with Gold Glove winners Simmons and Maldonado leading the way. The rotation is fairly deep if not spectacular, and the bullpen has a chance to be good. Yet the most compelling aspect of these Angels is Ohtani, who chose Orange County for his dramatic move stateside as he attempts to become the majors' first significant two-way player in decades. Early returns from spring training aren't promising, but the Angels are committed to investing the playing time and patience required for Ohtani's rare talent to shine.
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.
Powerful Yankees head home to face Angels

NEW YORK -- Flight delays and home runs are the best way to describe the last week for the New York Yankees.

Since their last appearance at Yankee Stadium on May 13, the Yankees had an originally scheduled eight-game road trip cut down to six games because of a suspended game and rainout in Washington. Then they endured two flight delays from Washington to Kansas City and again from Dallas to New York.

In between delays, the Yankees won three of six games and hit 21 home runs, and they will look to continue their power display Friday in the opener of a three-game series with the Los Angeles Angels at Yankee Stadium.

The Yankees (31-15) will be trying to rebound from their second set of consecutive losses in the last month after dropping two of three in Texas. The Yankees blew a four-run lead and a five-run edge in Wednesday's wild 12-10 loss, negating rookie Gleyber Torres' eighth homer of the season.

New York's 21 homers in the last five games tied a major record, matching the feat set by the 1977 Boston Red Sox and the 1999 Cincinnati Reds. It also is the first time the Yankees have homered at least three times in five straight games in team history.

"Those guys can hit, so, no, it doesn't amaze me," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said. "We have a lot of power and guys are going up there and really grinding through at-bats. When you do that consistently with the talent they have and the power they possess, home runs are a lot of times the result."

The Yankees enter the series with 79 homers. Four players are in double digits and another approaching his 10th homer. They also enter the series 5-5 in their last 10 games after winning 17 of 18 from April 21 to May 9.

"You look at the guys in our lineup, we can hit," Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia said Wednesday. "We hit tonight. We've just got to pitch better."

Sabathia isn't wrong at least from a statistical standpoint. During their 17-1 run, the Yankees posted a 2.28 ERA. In the last 10 games, New York's team ERA is 5.36.

Part of New York's 17-1 stretch included a three-game sweep of the Angels in Anaheim on April 27-29. Since then, the Angels (28-22) are 14-10.

The Angels are 16-5 on the road and their .761 winning percentage in those games leads the majors. After Mike Trout and Albert Pujols homered twice and Shohei Otani doubled twice in Thursday's 8-1 win at Toronto, the Angels are batting .284 (220-for-774) and averaging 5.9 in their road games.

"I'm sure it'll even out," said Trout, who is hitting .345 (29-for-84) in road games. "But we just get hot when it seems like we're on the road."

The Angels enter the series with at least 12 hits in their last two games after going 11 straight games with nine hits or less.

"It was just a matter of time," Angels starter Nick Tropeano said. "When you see all the guys in our lineup, once it starts clicking, it's going to be dangerous."

The Angels will try to keep it going against Luis Severino, who is 5-0 with a 1.91 ERA since April 10. Severino last pitched Saturday in an 8-3 win at Kansas City when he allowed three runs and eight hits in six innings.

The Yankees are 9-1 in his 10 starts and 7-0 with a 1.95 ERA in his last nine home starts since Sept. 3.

Severino is 0-1 with a 5.54 ERA in two career starts against the Angels. The right-hander allowed three runs and five hits in seven innings in a no-decision on April 27 in Anaheim and allowed six runs and eight hits in six innings during a 10-5 home loss to the Angels on June 22.

Opposing Severino for the second time this season will be Andrew Heaney. Heaney made his season debut on April 27 and took a no-decision after allowing two runs and five hits with nine strikeouts in five-plus innings.

Heaney last pitched Saturday against Tampa Bay when he allowed four unearned runs and three hits in six innings. He gave up a grand slam to Daniel Robertson after a throwing error by first baseman Jefry Marte in the second inning.

Overall, Heaney is 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA in two starts against the Yankees.

Last Updated: 3/26/2019 2:25:54 PM EST

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