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New York Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles: J.A. Happ vs. Dylan Bundy

Happ begins his first full season in pinstripes today in the series finale

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Yesterday’s game was a frustrating one, to the point that it warranted a comment from unofficial captain Aaron Judge about playing with their backs to the wall today. Whether the Yankees will come out with that kind of fire for game three of 162 remains to be seen, but for now the series victory remains in front of them.

There are some slight adjustments in the lineup for today’s game, most notably Troy Tulowitzki getting the day off and Gleyber Torres slotting into shortstop. DJ LeMahieu will fill in at second, Miguel Andujar returns to third, and Greg Bird is back at first while Luke Voit takes the designated hitter role. Everyone else is status quo:

Meanwhile, the Orioles will make some changes of their own. Chris Davis returns at first, and Trey Mancini will shift over to left field. Pedro Severino will also get his first start at catcher, batting eighth for the O’s:

The game is scheduled for 1:05 ET, but the weather is not cooperating. Expect a late start:

When things do get started, the rubber match will be broadcast on YES and streamed out of market on You can also listen in on WFAN 660/101.9FM or WADO 1280.