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Today on Pinstripe Alley - 7/18/21

Weather and circumstance has the Yankees in a position where they can suddenly win a series against Boston.

Boston Red Sox v New York Yankees Photo by Adam Hunger/Getty Images

The Yankees apparently heard my pleas yesterday, finally ending their winless drought against the Red Sox. Mother Nature even gave an assist, providing rain throughout the game that became an absolute downpour right after New York had taken the lead. Hey, sometimes its better to be lucky than good. The Yanks were definitely the former, and if they can take this series against Boston they might be able to convince themselves that they’re the latter as well.

Before the Rivalry concludes its latest chapter on Sunday Night Baseball, take some time to check out the latest articles we’ve prepared. The Jo(h)ns lead off the day, beginning with Jon’s piece on the latest connection to gambling that MLB is venturing into. John follows him with a look at Asdrúbal Cabrera as a potential trade target, Peter dives into how the Yankees’ draft picks did in the latest NCAA Tournament, and Joe delivers the latest social media spotlight.

Today’s Matchup:

New York Yankees vs. Boston Red Sox

Time: 7:08 p.m. EST


Radio: WFAN 660/101.9 FM, WADO 1280

Venue: Yankee Stadium

Fun Questions:

1. What would be a bigger accomplishment should the Yankees win tonight — having won three straight series or getting the Boston streak off of their backs?

2. Who makes more out of their opportunity on the roster, Trey Amburgey or Hoy Park?