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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 9/19/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -145

-1.5  +125



BOSTON (103 - 48) at NY YANKEES (92 - 58)
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Wednesday, 9/19/2018 7:05 PM
Board OpeningLatest
969BOSTON+135Ov 8.5,+105+145Ov 8,-110
970NY YANKEES-145Un 8.5,-125-155Un 8,-110
BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games103-48+35.368-755.30.2670.3330.4350.7683.80.2350.2990.3740.673
Road Games49-27+17.637-385.00.2540.3240.4110.7353.90.2360.3020.3740.677
vs Right-handed Starters82-33+34.252-575.30.2690.3380.4380.7763.70.2330.2980.3650.663
Past 7 Games5-2+2.80-53.30.2110.2850.3330.6183.10.1670.2410.3060.546
Grass Games92-40+3560-645.50.2720.3370.4460.7833.80.2340.2970.3720.669
Night Games70-39+1752-505.40.2650.3320.4400.7724.10.2370.2990.3830.682
BOSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.30.2670.33315152151391294291760.43575951611591121033138679855
Road Games5.00.2540.32476264867312510900.4113652756135651377364638
Righty Starters5.30.2690.33811539731067227191360.43858341788685801113507443
BOSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.541.275529.32142084555622056437-12451970.3%
Road Games3.811.350250.31081062183112027415-923874.2%

NY YANKEES - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games92-58-10.867-765.10.2480.3240.4280.7534.10.2350.2970.3770.674
Home Games50-26-4.939-345.50.2620.3430.4560.7994.30.2450.3080.3850.693
vs Left-handed Starters28-14+2.417-215.20.2570.3320.4590.7914.20.2380.2950.3850.680
Past 7 Games3-4-5.34-35.10.2220.3380.3980.7374.00.2660.3140.3730.687
Grass Games85-50-4.963-655.20.2520.3280.4380.7664.10.2370.2990.3760.675
Night Games63-39-5.744-535.00.2470.3220.4330.7554.10.2320.2960.3750.671
NY YANKEES - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games5.10.2480.32415050911263225182190.4287405741309591024122828871
Home Games5.50.2620.34376252266210571230.4564103116262752457494733
Lefty Starters5.20.2570.332421405361588700.4592141573551627831262525
NY YANKEES - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.271.191536.32221954415619867132-18461476.7%
Home Games3.471.2192881251112483210335719-824972.7%
BOSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/5/2018VELAZQUEZ(R)@ ATLANTAFOLTYNEWICZ(R)9-8W1507.5 evO11601092
9/7/2018PRICE(L)HOUSTONCOLE(R)3-6L+1058.5 unO8901050
9/8/2018RODRIGUEZ(L)HOUSTONMORTON(R)3-5L-1208.5 ovU109111110
9/9/2018PORCELLO(R)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)6-5W-1208.5 ovO14911170
9/11/2018SALE(L)TORONTOBORUCKI(L)7-2W-3109 ovP731560
9/12/2018PRICE(L)TORONTOSANCHEZ(R)1-0W-2359 unU460460
9/13/2018RODRIGUEZ(L)TORONTOGAVIGLIO(R)4-3W-2309 unU970771
9/14/2018CUEVAS(R)NY METSSYNDERGAARD(R)0-8L-1159 evU460970
9/15/2018PORCELLO(R)NY METSOSWALT(R)5-3W-2559.5 ovU10100232
9/16/2018SALE(L)NY METSDEGROM(R)4-3W-1757 unP631660
9/18/2018EOVALDI(R)@ NY YANKEESHAPP(L)2-3L1259 ovU580352
9/25/2018 BALTIMORE  
9/26/2018 BALTIMORE  

NY YANKEES - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
9/5/2018SEVERINO(R)@ OAKLANDFIERS(R)2-8L-1607.5 unO5501150
9/7/2018TANAKA(R)@ SEATTLEPAXTON(L)4-0W-1057.5 unU630340
9/8/2018LYNN(R)@ SEATTLEHERNANDEZ(R)4-2W-1158.5 ovU851440
9/9/2018SABATHIA(L)@ SEATTLERAMIREZ(R)2-3L-1208 ovU790751
9/10/2018HAPP(L)@ MINNESOTAGIBSON(R)7-2W-1558.5 ovO111401071
9/11/2018GRAY(R)@ MINNESOTADUFFEY(R)5-10L-1759.5 unO5201390
9/12/2018SEVERINO(R)@ MINNESOTAODORIZZI(R)1-3L-2158.5 ovU240730
9/14/2018TANAKA(R)TORONTOESTRADA(R)11-0W-2759 unO141007101
9/15/2018SABATHIA(L)TORONTOREID-FOLEY(R)7-8L-2209 ovO81011680
9/16/2018LYNN(R)TORONTOPANNONE(L)2-3L-22010 ovU650761
9/18/2018HAPP(L)BOSTONEOVALDI(R)3-2W-1359 ovU352580
9/25/2018 @ TAMPA BAY  
9/26/2018 @ TAMPA BAY  
BOSTON: 2017: 93-69, first place, lost to Houston in ALDS.
MANAGER: Alex Cora (first season).
ADDITIONS: DH J.D. Martinez.
MANAGER John Farrell, RHP Doug Fister, OF Chris Young, RHP Addison Reed, OF Rajai Davis, LHP Henry Owens, LHP Fernando Abad.
OUTLOOK: The Red Sox won 93 games last year for the second straight season and claimed the franchise's first back-to-back AL East titles. But Farrell was fired after they failed to advance in the playoffs for the fourth year in a row. The key ' and really only ' addition is Martinez, who gives them someone to replace longtime slugger David Ortiz after finishing last in the AL in homers without Big Papi in 2017. The theory behind Boston keeping up with the reloaded New York Yankees goes something like this: A full season of a healthy Price will bolster a rotation that already has a quality ace in Sale, plus 2016 AL Cy Young Award winner Porcello and All-Stars Pomeranz and Wright. The Red Sox also are staking their chances on the hope that Ramirez can be more like the player he was in 2016 (.286, 30, 111); that Pedroia will return quickly and be healthy and productive; that 20-year-old third baseman Devers will be able to stay up for a full season; and that Bradley won't have another second-half slump. The bullpen, anchored by Kimbrel, remains strong.
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.
Red Sox try again for clincher at Yankee Stadium

NEW YORK -- The inevitable champagne celebration was put on hold for one more night for the Boston Red Sox.

It was hardly the concern for the New York Yankees, whose priority was making sure Aaron Judge successfully made it through his return to the starting lineup.

After welcoming Judge back to the lineup, the Yankees hope to prevent their rivals from officially securing the American League East on Wednesday night.

"He looked like he hadn't missed a beat from the at-bat quality," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said of Judge.

Boston (103-48) can win its third straight division title with a win. The Red Sox nearly locked it up Tuesday by taking a lead into the seventh and putting on the tying runs before the Yankees escaped with a 3-2 victory.

Neil Walker hit a three-run homer but more importantly for the Yankees, was Judge appearing in the starting lineup for the first time since July 26 when he broke his right wrist. Judge went 0-for-4 but one of the at-bats was a 112 mph lineout.

"I felt like I never left," Judge said. "Everything felt good. I felt like my at-bats were good, seeing the ball. That's all I can ask for coming back after missing that many weeks. So I'm excited with the start. We got the win and just have to keep that rolling."

Judge was a week into his recovery when the Red Sox essentially locked up the AL East with their four-game sweep of the Yankees at Fenway Park Aug. 2-5. The Red Sox have held first place every day since July 2 and are 47-19 since the teams were last tied following New York's 11-1 rout at Yankee Stadium on July 1.

When the Red Sox clinch, first-year manager Alex Cora said he plans to watch his players enjoy the rewards for a season that began with a 14-2 start and one that might end with the most wins in team history.

"Celebrations are for the players," Cora said before Tuesday's game. "You kind of like stay away from them. I really made a point to stay in the corner of the room last year (with the Houston Astros) and enjoy it."

Cora will be hoping he can pencil in Mookie Betts into the lineup. Betts was originally going to play center field Tuesday but the wet field kept him out of the lineup with a left side injury.

"One thing for sure with him, and I know he's close to doing a few things that are very special in this game, but like I've been saying, he's a small guy, not as big as some other ones, and we need him to be close to 100 percent," Cora said.

When Betts returns, he will attempt to add to his .337 average, 29 homers, and 72 RBIs while continuing to be productive against the Yankees. He is hitting .412 in 51 at-bats with two homers and 10 RBIs and has reached base in 31 of 62 plate appearances against New York this year.

David Price will start the potential clincher for the Red Sox and looks to continue his recent roll. After getting pounded by the Yankees on July 1, he was 9-6 with a 4.28 ERA. Since then, he is 6-0 with a 2.22 ERA in his last 11 outings.

Price last pitched a week ago against Toronto when he allowed three hits in seven scoreless innings in a 1-0 win. In his last start, Price made effective use of 31 changeups, getting 10 swings and misses on the pitch.

"It was a very good pitch," Price said. "Being able to throw it if I was behind in the count or ahead of the count, being able to locate it down, that's a big key for that pitch for me."

Price is 15-13 with a 4.86 ERA in 41 career appearances (40 starts) against the Yankees. He last faced New York on Aug. 5 in Boston when he allowed two runs on four hits in six innings in a game the Red Sox won in the 10th.

Yankees right-hander Luis Severino makes his fourth attempt at getting his 18th win. Since his last win Aug. 26 at Baltimore, he is 0-2 with a 5.65 ERA.

Severino last pitched a week ago in Minnesota, when he allowed one run on four hits in 5 2/3 innings of a 3-1 loss.

Severino is 3-6 with a 4.29 ERA in 12 career appearances (11 starts) against the Red Sox.

Last Updated: 6/5/2020 9:24:54 PM EST

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