Right-hander Carlos Carrasco will make his postseason debut for Cleveland; Masahiro Tanaka goes for NY.
Trevor Bauer will start on short rest after pitching in Game 1. And home is 6-4, 7-4, something like that.
"It's the postseason", Carrasco said. In a press conference Saturday, Girardi said that he takes responsibility for everything and that he feels terrible about it. "I screwed up". "Girardi didn't mess it up this time, so it's good".
Yankees manager Joe Girardi got heavy boos during pregame roster introductions for his mistake in Game 2 to not challenge a hit-by-pitch that replays later showed would have been a potentially game-saving strikeout. All along, the Indians stayed patient. Right now they say he's day to day, which if that's the case, that would be tremendous.
"And it wasn't just patience".
"I don't know why more teams don't do it (this way), honestly", Mike Chernoff told The Athletic. "And, yeah, I should've challenged it, now that I think about it". Carlos is right at the top of that list.
This will be the second of potentially three must win games for the Yankees if they are to progress in this season's Playoffs, and if they can claim the win here again today they would send things to a victor takes all Game 5 in Cleveland.
In his previous outing, he struck out a career-high 15 over seven scoreless innings in his final regular-season start against Toronto. He was 14-6 with a 2.98 ERA this season.
"He's pitched well all year", Rothschild said. "Second half, he's been much better and his last start was really good".
By then, he had thrown 29 pitches and given up three runs - and only some magic from Chad Green kept it from being worse. "But at times it can be a huge weapon for him". Everything you do is not going to be flawless. Is it in and out of the zone? And it's those off-speed pitches out of the zone that could be trouble: This season, batters are hitting.159 against with a.232 SLG against Severino's change-ups in the zone compared to.227 and.409 on those that miss.
But on Sunday night, Sanchez did an excellent job of getting in front of Masahiro Tanaka's sharp-biting splitter, particularly with Jason Kipnis at third base with one out in the fourth inning of a scoreless game. That's just who I am.
"I'm not ready to be done playing and I don't think the rest of the team is", he said.
"So hyped up, the whole game, on their feet, every two strike count we were up cheering". I mean, that's happened to my kids. "It's just. we're not going to have BP".
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