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Probable Pitchers

Tampa Bay Rays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Blake Snell, LHP
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Snell matched his career high by tossing seven scoreless innings in Wednesday's win over the Cubs. Snell has thrown at least seven innings in three of his past six starts, compared to just once in the first 35 starts of his career.

Jordan Montgomery, LHP
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If the Yanks are going to use a left-handed starter in the playoffs, it’ll be either Montgomery or Jaime Garcia, but not both, so this is an audition of sorts for the rookie, who went 6 scoreless frames in his last start on Sept. 16 vs. the O's.

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Tampa Bay Rays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Matt Andriese, RHP
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Andriese is looking to avoid a fourth loss in his last five starts. After having a 3.45 ERA in his first 11 starts, Andriese has posted an 8.47 ERA and has allowed five home runs in four starts since returning to the rotation.

Luis Severino, RHP
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Severino has a chance to climb up the Yanks' single-season strikeout leaderboard in his final start of the regular season. He’ll enter play with 221 strikeouts, fifth most, with a chance to catch David Cone (222) and CC Sabathia (230).

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Tampa Bay Rays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Alex Cobb, RHP
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Fresh off his 15th quality start, Cobb will be looking to record back-to-back wins. In five starts at Yankee Stadium, Cobb is 1-2 with a 3.12 ERA, and has held Yankee hitters to just a .192 batting average.

Sonny Gray, RHP
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The Yankees acquired Gray to help get them to the postseason and give them another talented veteran option once they got there. He brings a 3.12 ERA over 10 starts with New York into his final tuneup for a potential October start.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Joe Biagini, RHP
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Biagini's up-and-down season continued in his last start. The right-hander looked strong early, but he lost the zone in the middle innings and left with three runs allowed, all on a home run, over five innings with four walks.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Marcus Stroman, RHP
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Stroman is chasing the 200-inning plateau and needs just three innings to get there. He's also seven innings shy of his career high of 204, set in 2016. He allowed three runs with four walks over 5 2/3 against the Yankees his last time out.

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