The Yankees (87-53) will go for the sweep in the series finale of their series with the Mariners on Sunday at 4:10 p.m. at Safeco Field in Seattle.
Yankees Game Notes
The Yankees have won three of their first five games on their nine-game road trip ... The Yankees are 36 games above .500, which matches their season-high mark ... The Yankees could sweep the Mariners with a win, and it would mark the third time in the Yankees' last five series at Safeco Field that they swept the Mariners ... Austin Romine on Saturday became the 10th Yankee to hit 10 home runs in a season, whih ties a franchise record. The Yankees and Blue Jays are both tied for the most players with at least 10 home runs.
|Andrew McCutchen, RF||Mitch Haniger, CF|
|Giancarlo Stanton, LF||Jean Segura, SS|
|Miguel Andujar, DH||Robinson Cano, 2B|
|Gary Sanchez, C||Ryon Healy, 1B|
|Neil Sanchez, 2B||Cameron Maybin, LF|
|Luke Voit, 1B||Kyle Seager, 3B|
|Gleyber Torres, 2B||Kristopher Negron, 3B|
|Adeiny Hechavarria, SS||David Freitas, C|
|Brett Gardner, CF||Guillermo Heredia, CF|
Who is starting for the Yankees?
CC Sabathia (3.54 ERA/4.11 FIP, 124 strikeouts), who should be well-wrested after he allowed four earned runs in just 3 1/3 innings against the Athletics his last time out.
Sabathia's five runs allowered marked the first time he allowed as many runs since July 9 against Baltimore. Sabathia has yet to face the Mariners this season.
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Who is starting for the Mariners?
Erasmo Ramirez (5.56 ERA/6.30 FIP, 1.324 WHIP in 34 innings) who pitched well against the Orioles on Sept. 3 when he allowed just one earned run, but only pitched 5 1/3 innings.
His longest outing came two starts prior when he allowed just one earned run in six innings against the D-Backs.
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