The Mariners and Yankees Square Off, with the Winner Taking a Three-Game Series


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The New York Yankees (71-39, first in the American League East) take on the Seattle Mariners (59-52, second in the AL West)

Wednesday, 4:10 p.m. EDT in Seattle

PROBABILITY OF PITCHING: Nestor Cortes for the Yankees; Robbie Ray for the Mariners

The Seattle Mariners and the New York Yankees square off on Wednesday, with the winner taking the three-game series.

Seattle has a 30-26 home record and a 59-52 overall record. The Mariners have a 23-7 record when hitting two or more home runs.

New York has a record of 71-39 overall and 30-25 on the road. When the Yankees hit at least two home runs, they are 42-10.

This is the sixth time these two teams have met this season. The Mariners currently lead the season series 3-2.

Aaron Judge leads the New York Yankees with 44 home runs and a .677 slugging percentage. Over the last ten games, DJ LeMahieu is 15-for-44 with three home runs and five RBI.

INJURIES: Matt Carpente, Anthony Rizzo, Harrison Bader, Luis Severino, Miguel Castro, Giancarlo Stanton, Michael King, Chad Green, Stephen Ridings, Zack Britton

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