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New York Yankees
Tampa Bay Rays
Los Angeles Dodgers
After a split against the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Yankees continue their homestand against the Tampa Bay Rays starting tonight. The pitching match-up features a pair of lefties – veteran Andy Pettitte and young phenom Matt Moore. Joe Girardi has decided to move Jayson Nix to third and Reid Brignac to short, stating that he wants the best defensive left side of the infield possible with Pettitte on the mound. Check out the full game preview here.
Tampa Bay Rays (37-35)
Desmond Jennings CF
Sean Rodriguez LF
Ben Zobrist 2B
Evan Longoria 3B
Will Myers RF
Jose Molina DH
Yunel Escobar SS
Jose Lobaton C
James Loney 1B
LHP Matt Moore (8-3, 4.12 ERA)
New York Yankees (39-32)
Brett Gardner CF
Jayson Nix 3B
Robinson Cano 2B
Travis Hafner DH
Vernon Wells LF
Ichiro Suzuki RF
Lyle Overbay 1B
Chris Stewart C
Reid Brignac SS
LHP Andy Pettitte (5-4, 3.95 ERA)
Game Time: 7:05 pm EST – Yankee Stadium – Bronx, NY
Radio: WCBS 880, WADO 1280
Weather: Clear, 73°F
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Andy Pettitte (5-4, 3.95 ERA) squares off against Matt Moore (8-3, 4.12 ERA) and the Tampa Bay Rays in the first game of four. Pettitte will look to get back on track against the Rays after allowing four runs and a season high 11 hits against the Angels Friday. Since coming off the DL he has been inconsistent, allowing nine runs in 19 innings.
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Joba Chamberlain gave up the second of Evan Longoria’s two home runs in tonight’s loss. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
Tampa Bay Rays 8 — New York Yankees 3
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