Both the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays are looking to snap a minor losing streak when they face off today at 7:10PM ET.
The Yankees are putting Masahiro Tanaka on the mound tonight to face Chris Archer of the Rays. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Tampa Bay is favored at home, as they are getting odds of -115 to win. New York is listed with a money line of +105 to prevail, while the over/under total is set at 7 runs.
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The New York Yankees are just trying to hold on to the momentum of the past few weeks and avoiding losing streaks is the only way to do that. The Yankees had won six in a row but now have dropped back to back contests following a 3-1 loss to the visiting Blue Jays on Thursday. Yanks starter CC Sabathia was done in by poor defense and a lack of support with a pair of unearned runs allowed on two hits and a base on balls over seven frames to drop his record to 3-3. The Bronx Bombers totaled six hits and three walks with Starlin Castro blasting his 6th homer. The Yankees give the series opening start at Tampa Bay with Masahiro Tanaka on the bump. Tanaka is shooting for back to back wins after defeating Oakland 5-1 with lone run scored on five hits over seven innings.
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The Tampa Bay Rays appeared to be finding the groove but have tailed off the past week. The Rays recent funk continued with a 9-1 loss to visiting Miami on Thursday and saddled the team with defeats in five of six. Nothing went favorably for the Rays with starter Drew Smyly charged with five runs on six hits through six innings to fall to 2-6 with Ryan Garton giving up three runs on six hits in two innings. TB mustered seven hits and walked twice with the lone run scoring on Brandon Guyer’s 6th homer while Corey Dickerson enjoyed a three hit afternoon. Tampa Bay kicks off the series with visiting New York with Chris Archer on the mound. Archer is coming off of a 9-4 loss at Detroit with six runs allowed on eight hits in three frames.
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