Yankees travel to St. Louis for a showdown with Cardinals


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New York Yankees @ St. Louis Cardinals: Luis Severino vs. Matthew Liberatore

The New York Yankees (45-36), positioned third in the AL East, are set to face off against the St. Louis Cardinals (33-47), who currently hold the fifth spot in the NL Central. To commence a thrilling three-game series, the St. Louis Cardinals will play host to the New York Yankees.

When: Friday, Jun 30, 2023.

Time: 8:15 p.m. EDT.

Where: Busch Stadium, St. Louis.

TV: NBC Sports Bay Area, YES Network

Stream: MLB.tv, Direct Tv, YES Network DTC

MoneyLine: Cardinals -111, Yankees -108; over/under is 9 1/2 runs.

Pitching matchup: Luis Severino will start for the Yankees while the Cardinals have Matthew Liberatore as their starter.

When venturing away from home, the New York Yankees boast a commendable 20-17 record, contributing to their overall standing of 45 wins and 36 losses. Notably, the Yankees have been particularly dominant in games where they scored at least five runs, amassing an impressive record of 26 wins and 7 losses.

Within their home territory, the St. Louis Cardinals have encountered some challenges, garnering a 15-24 record. Overall, their standing shows 33 victories and 47 defeats. However, it is noteworthy that the Cardinals’ performance has been quite remarkable in games where they successfully avoided conceding any home runs, securing an impressive record of 20 wins and just 11 losses.

This Friday marks the maiden encounter of the season between these two teams. Over their last 10 games, the New York Yankees have demonstrated a solid performance, securing 6 wins and 4 losses. With a batting average of .226 and an impressive 2.53 ERA (Earned Run Average), they have outscored their opponents by a margin of 10 runs.

Yankees to start with Luis Severino


When Severino takes the mound, his team’s record against the spread stands at 3-5-0. During his last outing against the Texas Rangers, the right-hander showcased his prowess, pitching six scoreless innings. Impressively, he has delivered two consecutive starts of five innings or more.

Throughout this season, in his seven appearances, Severino has managed to complete one game without conceding an earned run. When Severino’s team is favored on the moneyline, they have won 50% of his starts, going 2-2 in such situations. Overall, his team holds a 4-4 record in games that he has started this season.

Regarding the over/under, games started by Severino this season have gone over the set total three times out of eight opportunities.

Yankees Injured List: Anthony Rizzo, Willie Calhoun, Nestor Cortes Jr., Ryan Weber, Aaron Judge, Greg Allen, Carlos Rodon, Jonathan Loaisiga, Lou Trivino, Frankie Montas, Luis Gil, Scott Effross.

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