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Probable Pitchers

New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays

, Tropicana Field
Ivan Nova, RHP
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Nova returns to the mound after pitching well in his last start. While the Yankees fell 2-1 to the Giants, the right-hander pitched seven innings of one-run baseball, allowing only six hits and striking out seven. He’s won his two starts before that.

Jake Odorizzi, RHP
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Odorizzi did everything he could by not allowing a run in the eight innings he pitched Friday night at Oakland. Still, he came away with his Major League-leading 12th no-decision. He only had 10 in 2015.

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New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays

, Tropicana Field
Nathan Eovaldi, RHP
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Eovaldi makes his 19th start of the season Saturday against the Rays. The 26-year-old has posted a 3.86 ERA and struck out a combined 20 batters in three career starts against Tampa Bay.

Drew Smyly, LHP
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Smyly had one of his best outings against Oakland on Saturday, when he allowed just one run in six innings. But he was robbed of his first win since May 16 on a late-inning comeback from the Athletics.

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New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays

, Tropicana Field
Michael Pineda, RHP
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Pineda is coming off a performance in which he gave up a leadoff home run and not much else as the Yankees won 2-1 over the Astros. The 6-foot-7 right-hander went seven innings and struck out eight against Houston, his second consecutive win.

Blake Snell, LHP
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Snell had a nice road trip, dominating the Rockies and throwing six scoreless. And after struggling in the first inning against Oakland, he was able to have smooth sailing after that. He’s begun to show why he's considered to be a future ace.

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New York Yankees @ New York Mets

, Citi Field
To Be Announced

Logan Verrett, RHP
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Now firmly entrenched as the Mets’ fifth starter, Verrett will make his Subway Series debut at Citi Field. He’s been much better there than on the road this season, posting a 3.29 ERA in Queens versus a 5.00 mark everywhere else.

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New York Yankees @ New York Mets

, Citi Field
To Be Announced

Jacob deGrom, RHP
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DeGrom has faced the Yankees twice before. The first was his big league debut, in which he held them to one run in seven innings. The other was a five-inning, six-run start last April. But deGrom has been the Mets’ most consistent pitcher of late.

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