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Probable Pitchers

New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays

, Tropicana Field
Masahiro Tanaka, RHP
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For Tanaka (2-0, 3.24 ERA), Tropicana Field is a place of good memories. In the ace’s previous and only start in St. Pete, he tossed seven shutout innings, striking out eight and allowing just two hits.

Chris Archer, RHP
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Archer lasted just three innings and allowed six runs on Sunday against Detroit. The former All-Star saw his ERA balloon to 5.16. For his career against the Yankees, though, Archer has posted a 5-2 record and a 2.25 ERA.

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New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays

, Tropicana Field
Michael Pineda, RHP
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May hasn’t been too kind to Pineda (2-5, 6.34 ERA), but he did take a step forward in his last start. After posting an ERA of 7.02 in his first three May starts, Pineda earned a quality start in a Sunday win over Oakland.

Matt Moore, LHP
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Moore has given up nine home runs this season in just 51 innings. He allowed 10 hits and five runs in five innings against the Marlins on Monday. He’s only gone more than five innings three times in his nine starts.

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New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays

, Tropicana Field
Nathan Eovaldi, RHP
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Eovaldi has been spectacular in his last four starts, posting a 2.16 ERA. He’s succeeded by mixing his fastball and splitter, mixing velocity from almost 97 mph on the four-seamer down to around 89 on the split.

Jake Odorizzi, RHP
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Odorizzi was effective but not efficient in his last start vs. Miami Tuesday. He didn’t allow a run over five innings, but it took him 107 pitches to do so. It was his first scoreless start since he went seven frames vs. Chicago on April 15.

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New York Yankees @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
To Be Announced

Marco Estrada, RHP
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Estrada has surrendered five hits or fewer in seven of his nine starts this year. He has allowed more than three earned runs just twice. This is a rematch of Wednesday's game, when Estrada allowed three runs over seven innings.

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New York Yankees @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
To Be Announced

J.A. Happ, LHP
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    J.A. Happ, last 5 years vs. NYY
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Happ has tossed at least seven innings and allowed three hits or fewer in each of his last two starts. He's just the third Blue Jays pitcher since the start of 2015 to accomplish that feat, joining Marco Estrada and David Price.

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