After two rainouts, the Yankees are set to play Wednesday for the first time since Sunday, with Game 1 of a scheduled single-admission doubleheader set for 3:05 p.m.
Aaron Hicks, who was set to make his season debut Monday after missing the first 40 games with a back injury, is not in the Game 1 lineup. He'll likely start in center field in Game 2. Brett Gardner is in center while Mike Tauchman, who was called up to be the Yankees' 26th man for the doubleheader, begins Game 1 in left field. ... DJ LeMahieu is on fire as the Yankees' leadoff hitter. Over his last 14 games, he's 23-for-54 (.426) with one homer, four doubles, 11 RBI, five walks, 10 runs and two stolen bases.
|Jonathan Villar, 2B||DJ LeMahieu, 2B|
|Dwight Smith Jr., LF||Luke Voit, 1B|
|Trey Mancini, RF||Gary Sánchez, C|
|Renato Núñez, DH||Clint Frazier, DH|
|Joey Rickard, CF||Gleyber Torres, SS|
|Hanser Alberto, 3B||Brett Gardner, CF|
|Chris Davis, 1B||Gio Urshela, 3B|
|Austin Wynns, C||Cameron Maybin, RF|
|Richie Martin, SS||Mike Tauchman, LF|
Who is starting for the Yankees?
LHP J.A. Happ (2-3, 4.36 ERA,) who threw five shutout innings against the Mariners in his last start. His first two starts of the season both came against the Orioles; in the first he allowed four runs in four innings, and the second he allowed two runs in 4.1 innings.
Who is starting for the Orioles?
RHP David Hess (1-4, 5.50 ERA,) who has a 7.27 ERA over his last six starts. The last time he faced the Yanks on April 7, Hess gave up four runs in five innings. He also threw two shutout innings out of the bullpen against the Yankees on Opening Day.
The Yankees continue their doubleheader later Wednesday after the end of Game 1.
RHP Domingo Germán is scheduled to pitch for the Yanks while RHP Andrew Cashner is set to start for Baltimore.