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MLB : ATS Matchup
Wednesday 4/25/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore
+1.5  -140

-1.5  +120



MINNESOTA (8 - 10) at NY YANKEES (13 - 9)
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Wednesday, 4/25/2018 6:35 PM
Board OpeningLatest
967MINNESOTA+160Ov 9.5,-120+155Ov 9.5,+110
968NY YANKEES-170Un 9.5,+100-165Un 9.5,-130
MINNESOTA - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games8-10-1.59-94.00.2280.3010.3690.6705.10.2470.3260.4030.729
Road Games4-8-3.87-53.90.2240.2840.3680.6525.70.2490.3300.4460.776
vs Right-handed Starters6-8-27-74.30.2260.3010.3720.6735.10.2410.3230.4020.724
Past 7 Games1-6-55-23.00.2120.2690.3170.5857.90.3020.3580.5400.897
Grass Games8-7+1.56-93.90.2250.3010.3600.6614.40.2280.3110.3750.686
Night Games5-6-0.45-63.30.2200.2900.3470.6375.00.2450.3170.4100.727
MINNESOTA - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.00.2280.30118635145361170.369676617581341212148
Road Games3.90.2240.2841243898240130.36842371165849596
Righty Starters4.30.2260.30114508115301140.372575413581069996
MINNESOTA - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games5.771.55868.74644771430744-42340%
Road Games6.651.717463534581221542-3020%

NY YANKEES - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games13-9-1.815-66.10.2610.3470.4410.7884.70.2260.2970.3490.645
Home Games9-5-1.811-36.90.2760.3690.4650.8354.00.2090.2840.3060.590
vs Right-handed Starters8-7-2.710-46.20.2510.3410.4200.7614.60.2300.2990.3490.648
Past 7 Games5-205-26.60.2760.3640.5130.8773.70.1960.2830.2830.566
Grass Games11-7-1.814-36.60.2720.3580.4530.8114.90.2270.2980.3450.643
Night Games7-6-4.29-35.80.2550.3380.4500.7885.50.2320.3030.3720.675
NY YANKEES - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games6.10.2610.34722766200453290.441132101196101562122137
Home Games6.90.2760.36914490135270220.465947312861011415113
Righty Starters6.20.2510.34115526132312180.42090721306104141564
NY YANKEES - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.921.247854637699371252-53260%
Home Games3.021.23556.7221943327852-31150%
MINNESOTA - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/11/2018GIBSON(R)HOUSTONMCCULLERS JR.(R)9-8W+1408 unO97113120
4/12/2018BERRIOS(R)CHI WHITE SOXGIOLITO(R)4-0W-2059 unU781342
4/17/2018ODORIZZI(R)*CLEVELANDKLUBER(R)1-6L+1757.5 unU61001271
4/18/2018BERRIOS(R)*CLEVELANDCARRASCO(R)2-1W+1057.5 evU1314112122
4/20/2018LYNN(R)@ TAMPA BAYARCHER(R)7-8L1157.5 ovO7221190
4/21/2018GIBSON(R)@ TAMPA BAYSNELL(L)1-10L1107.5 ovO9501240
4/22/2018HUGHES(R)@ TAMPA BAYCHIRINOS(R)6-8L1058.5 ovO9811470
4/23/2018ODORIZZI(R)@ NY YANKEESTANAKA(R)1-14L1828.5 ovO6901360
4/24/2018BERRIOS(R)@ NY YANKEESSABATHIA(L)3-8L1358 ovO5511064
5/2/2018 TORONTO  

NY YANKEES - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
4/11/2018TANAKA(R)@ BOSTONPRICE(L)10-7W-1058 unO12701041
4/12/2018GRAY(R)@ BOSTONPORCELLO(R)3-6L-1109 ovP451882
4/13/2018MONTGOMERY(L)@ DETROITFIERS(R)8-6W-1709 ovO11911261
4/16/2018SEVERINO(R)MIAMISMITH(L)12-1W-3108.5 ovO15111590
4/17/2018TANAKA(R)MIAMIGARCIA(L)1-9L-3159 unO4921140
4/19/2018SABATHIA(L)TORONTOSANCHEZ(R)4-3W-1559 evU861680
4/20/2018GRAY(R)TORONTOESTRADA(R)5-8L-1908.5 ovO11609100
4/21/2018MONTGOMERY(L)TORONTOSTROMAN(R)9-1W-1609 unO970461
4/22/2018SEVERINO(R)TORONTOGARCIA(L)5-1W-2408.5 unU960471
4/23/2018TANAKA(R)MINNESOTAODORIZZI(R)14-1W-1958.5 ovO1360690
4/24/2018SABATHIA(L)MINNESOTABERRIOS(R)8-3W-1458 ovO1064551
5/2/2018 @ HOUSTON  
MINNESOTA: 2017: 85-77, second place, lost to Yankees in wild-card game.
MANAGER: Paul Molitor (fourth season).
ADDITIONS: RHP Lance Lynn, RHP Jake Odorizzi, DH-1B Logan Morrison, RHP Fernando Rodney, RHP Addison Reed, LHP Zach Duke, SS-3B Erick Aybar, RHP Michael Pineda.
SUBTRACTIONS: RHP Matt Belisle, RHP Bartolo Colon, C Chris Gimenez, DH-1B Kennys Vargas, LHP Hector Santiago, LHP Glen Perkins, LHP Buddy Boshers, RHP Michael Tonkin.
OUTLOOK: After their massive 26-win turnaround last season, earning Molitor the AL Manager of the Year award and a new contract through the 2020 season, the Twins were already on the upswing with their 25-and-under core of Berrios, Buxton, Sano, Rosario and Kepler. Then, after spring training began, they traded for Odorizzi and signed Morrison and Lynn, all at market-bargain prices. They've already had some setbacks, with finger surgery for Santana expected to keep him out for most or all of April, and the gut-punch news of Polanco's suspension, plus the uncertainty that surrounds Sano. But this is a team, even with the bold offseason moves made by AL heavyweights Boston and New York, and the strength of reigning AL Central champion Cleveland, that has the talent and spunk to be right in the playoff mix. With Hughes and Tyler Duffey on track for long-relief roles and a spate of well-regarded prospects set to fill out the rotation at Triple-A Rochester, this is as much starting pitching depth as the Twins have had in years. After using 16 different starters in 2017, they needed that. Rodney, Reed and Duke were important additions to bolster the bullpen, too, after Minnesota relievers ranked 22nd in the majors with a collective 4.40 ERA.
NY YANKEES: 2017: 91-71, second place, wild card, lost to Houston in ALCS.
MANAGER: Aaron Boone (first season).
ADDITIONS: OF Giancarlo Stanton, 2B Neil Walker, 3B Brandon Drury.
SUBTRACTIONS: Manager Joe Girardi, 2B Starlin Castro, 3B-1B Chase Headley, 3B Todd Frazier, DH Matt Holliday, LHP Jaime Garcia.
OUTLOOK: New York figures to score a lot and strike out a lot, a reason the Yankees signed the switch-hitting, high-contact Walker during spring training. Drury also was a late addition, enabling New York to start prospects Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar in the minors. Betances faded in the second half last season, struggling with his mechanics and control and diminishing from a four-time All-Star to a mop-up man. After a pair of injury-decimated seasons, Bird is being counted on as a left-handed power bat in the middle of the batting order who can prevent opponents from bringing in right-handed relievers to attack Judge, Stanton and Sanchez. Hicks missed nearly half of last season with oblique injuries but has displaced Jacoby Ellsbury as the regular center fielder. Having never managed or coached at any level, Boone succeeded Girardi and must establish with players and the public that he knows what he is doing.
Gregorius, Yankees continue series vs. Twins

NEW YORK -- Didi Gregorius stood in front of his locker and still insisted he is not a home run hitter, but a hitter whose emphasis is on hitting line drives.

Those line drives are going over fences and driving in runs for the New York Yankees.

Gregorius attempts to add to the best statistical month of his career Wednesday night when the Yankees continue their four-game series with the Minnesota Twins at Yankee Stadium.

"Nope, not changing, I'm not a home run hitter," he said after hitting a two-run homer and driving in three runs during an 8-3 win on Tuesday.

With six games remaining in April, Gregorius is already up to eight homers while leading the majors with 27 RBIs. He has homered in three straight games and his 27 RBIs through New York's first 22 games are the most since Alex Rodriguez (34 RBIs) in 2007.

All eight homers were at home for Gregorius, whose left-handed swing is producing a .417 (20-for-48) average at home. He is the fourth Yankee to hit at least eight homers in any month at the current Yankee Stadium.

"I don't know if I could describe it, it's incredible," Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge said.

Gregorius is achieving his lofty numbers after hitting 25 homers and 87 RBIs last season when he missed most of April with a shoulder injury sustained at the World Baseball Classic.

"He's the anchor of our team," Yankees left-hander CC Sabathia said.

Gregorius is not the only hot Yankee as they are 7-2 in their last nine games since April 12 after beating Minnesota for the 11th time in 12 home games.

Gary Sanchez is batting .341 (14-for-41) in his last 10 games after homering twice Tuesday, while Judge is hitting .370 (10-for-27) in his last eight games.

Minnesota (8-10) has been outscored 48-18 during its current five-game losing streak, which featured three blowouts and two walk-off losses.

During this skid, the Twins are batting .217 (36-for-166) and getting outhomered 14-4. Minnesota also owns a 10.15 ERA after Jose Berrios allowed five runs in four-plus innings Tuesday.

"Sometimes it rains, sometimes you lose five in a row," second baseman Brian Dozier said. "The beautiful thing about it is we play tomorrow."

Dozier saw his 17-game hitting streak end by going 0-for-4 while Miguel Sano is still trying to get going. He is hitting .191 and is 1-for-17 during this skid.

The Twins will attempt to end their skid against a struggling starting pitcher in New York's Sonny Gray, who is 1-1 with an 8.27 ERA through four starts and allowing opponents to hit .315 (23-for-73) so far.

"I've seen a guy that I think is close. I think the stuff is there," Yankees manager Aaron Boone said before Tuesday's game. "I think he's fallen behind a little bit too much, ball one, strike one, that first pitch. Over time that's going to bear out. It's tough to pitch when you're behind. It's a lot easier when you're ahead, especially when you have the equipment that Sonny has."

Since joining the Yankees in a trade from the Oakland Athletics on Aug. 1, Gray is 5-8 with a 4.63 ERA in 15 starts.

As a Yankee, Gray has not completed six innings in seven of his starts, including three times this season. The most recent occasion was Friday's 8-5 loss when he was booed off the mound after allowing five runs and five hits and four walks in 3 1/3 innings during a no-decision.

On Friday, he fell behind on the first pitch to 15 of 19 hitters. This season, Gray has thrown first-pitch strikes to 39 of 86 hitters so far.

Gray is 2-3 with a 5.14 ERA in five career starts against Minnesota. All of those starts occurred while pitching for Oakland, and he allowed three homers (Dozier, Sano, Jason Castro) in six innings of a 9-1 loss at Minnesota on May 2.

Minnesota will counter with Lance Lynn (0-1, 6.00 ERA), who is making his fourth start with his new team.

He last pitched Friday and allowed five earned runs in six innings in a no-decision at Tampa Bay after weather caused him to go 10 days between starts.

"I was as sharp tonight as I have been all year," Lynn said to reporters. "That's a plus. I threw some good breaking pitches and good changeups. There is still some work to be done."

Lynn will be hoping to improve his command of the strike zone. He has issued 15 walks so far, giving him a rate of 9.0 per nine innings.

The right-hander is making his second career start against the Yankees. On May 27, 2014, in St. Louis, he threw a five-hit shutout.

Brett Gardner is the only remaining Yankee from Lynn's appearance against New York, but Giancarlo Stanton is 5-for-17 (.294) and Neil Walker is 15-for-43 (.349) against him.

Last Updated: 1/17/2019 12:48:26 AM EST

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