New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox: Nestor Cortes vs. Brayan Bello

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Yankees play Red Sox to extend win streak

The New York Yankees are currently in first place in the American League East with an 86-56 record. They will take on the Boston Red Sox (69-73, fifth in the AL East)

Time: Wednesday, 7:10 p.m. EDT, Boston

The Yankees’ starter, Nestor Cortes, has a record of 9-4 and a 2.73 earned run average (ERA) in his career. His most recent start was against the Minnesota Twins, and during that game he allowed two hits and two runs while pitching four innings. The Red Sox are going to start Brayan Bello, who has a record of 1-5 and an earned run average of 5.79. In his most recent start, which was against the Orioles, he went 5.1 innings, gave up three hits, and three runs were scored against him.

The New York Yankees go into their game against the Boston Red Sox looking to extend their current three-game winning streak.

The overall record for Boston is 69-73, and they have a record of 35-35 at home. The Red Sox batters have an on-base percentage of .320 as a team, which is good for third place in the American League.

In total games played, New York has a record of 86-56, and on the road, they have a record of 36-34. The Yankees have hit a total of 224 home runs this season, good for an average of 1.6 per game, which places them first in the American League.

This matchup between these two teams will take place for the 15th time this season on Wednesday. The Yankees currently hold a lead in the season series, 8-6.

The Yankees are led offensively by Aaron Judge, who has 23 doubles, 57 home runs, and 123 RBI. Over the course of the last ten games, Gleyber Torres has gone 8 for 37 at the plate with one double, three home runs, and 10 RBI.

The Yankees have a record of 7-3 in their last 10 games, with a batting average of .238, an earned run average of 2.61, and a run differential of 21.

INJURIES: DJ LeMahieu, Anthony Rizzo, Luis Gil, Andrew Benintendi, Aroldis Chapman, Harrison Bader, Scott Effross, Albert Abreu, Matt Carpenter, Luis Severino, Miguel Castro, Michael King, Chad Green, Stephen Ridings, and Zack Britton.

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