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POSTGAME NOTES

NEW YORK YANKEES (50-41) vs. SEATTLE MARINERS (42-50)


SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2015
SEATTLE MARINERS
NEW YORK YANKEES

R
1
2

STARTING TIME: 1:08 p.m.


GAME-TIME TEMPERATURE: 92 degrees
WINNING PITCHER: Dellin Betances (6-2)
LOSING PITCHER: Fernando Rodney (2-4)
SAVE: Andrew Miller (20)

H
7
6

E
0
0

LOB
8
6

SERIES
1
2

TIME OF GAME: 2:45


PAID ATTENDANCE: 42,926
PITCH COUNTS (Total Pitches/Strikes:
Yankees: CC Sabathia (87/60)
Mariners: Felix Hernandez (97/62)

HOME RUNS (2015 TOTAL / INNING / RUNNERS ON BASE / OUTS / COUNT / PITCHER / SCORE AFTER HR)
YANKEES
Mark Teixeira

(#23 / 8th / 0 on / 2 out / 1-2 / Rodney / NYY 2 - SEA 1)

MARINERS
None

NEW YORK YANKEES NOTES


It was 92 degrees as of today's first pitch, the highest game-time temperature at Yankee Stadium since 7/7/13 vs. Baltimore (also 92 degrees).
The Yankees won their fourth straight series and are 24-16 (.600) since the start of Juneare 18-7 at home since 5/25.
According to Elias, the Yankees are now 6-1 this season in games in which a former Cy Young Award winner started against them.
Finished the season 5-1 vs. the Mariners, their most wins vs. Seattle since 2012 (6-3)won the home season series vs. the Mariners for the first
time since 2012 (4-2)overall, have won eight of the last nine games between the clubs.
Yankees batters have homered in 35-of-44 home games this season, hitting an average of 1.66HR/game (73HR/44G).
LHP CC Sabathia started and did not record a decision, allowing 1ER in 6.0IP (6H, 1BB, 7K, 2WP)tossed at least 6.0 innings and allowed 1ER-or-less
for the second time this season (also 5/16 at Kansas City - 7.0IP, 1H).
Has 91K and just 21BB this season (4.33K/BB), his highest such mark since 2012 (4.48) and the third-best of his career (5.65 in 2007 w/ Cleveland).
In 24 career starts vs. Seattle, is 12-5 with a 2.61 ERA (162.0IP, 47ER), marking his second-lowest ERA against any opponent he has made at least 10
starts against, behind only his 2.46 ERA in 12 starts against Cincinnati)as a Yankee, is 8-2 with a 2.33 ERA (88.2IP, 23ER) in 13 starts vs. the
Mariners, allowing 2ER-or-fewer in 10 of those starts.
1B Mark Teixeira (3-for-4) hit a go-ahead solo HR in the eighth inningof his 23HR this season, 12 have either tied the game (four) or given the
Yankees the lead (eight)of his 74H this season, 40 have gone for extra bases (17 doubles, 23HR).
Now has 23HR and 63RBI in 85 games this season, surpassing his 2014 totals in both categories (22HR and 62RBI in 123 games).
Collected his fourth game with at least 3H this season and first since 6/24 vs. Philadelphia (3-for-5).
DH Alex Rodriguez (1-for-4) singled in the first inning for his 3,023rd career hit, tying Lou Brock for 24th place on Baseball's all-time hits list.
Is batting .320 (47-for-147) in 41 games at home this seasonin his last 16 home games (since 6/17), is hitting .345 (20-for-58).
RF Carlos Beltran (1-for-2) is batting .340 (17-for-50) with 6R, 5 doubles, 3HR and 8RBI in his last 15 games (since 6/16)was returned from rehab
and reinstated from the 15-day disabled list prior to today's game.

SEATTLE MARINERS NOTES


The Mariners are 1-3 in their last 4Gsince 6/21, are 1-10 following a winare 1-8 vs. the Yankees dating back to 6/10/14, scoring 3R-or-fewer in all
eight lossesare still 6-2 at Yankee Stadium since 5/15/13.
Today marked Seattle's Major League-leading 53rd game decided by two-or-fewer runs this seasonare now 24-29 in such games this season and
18-16 in games decided by one run.
RHP Felix Hernandez (6.0IP, 5H, 1ER, 3BB, 5K) recorded his fourth straight quality start but took his third no-decision of the seasonowns a 1.38 ERA
(58.2IP, 9ER) in eight career starts at Yankee Stadium, allowing 1R-or-fewer in six of themthe Yankees sixth-inning run snapped a 12.0-inning
scoreless streakis 1-1 with a 1.04 ERA (26.0IP, 3ER) over his last four starts to lower his season ERA from 3.24 to 2.77has not allowed a HR in a
season-high six straight starts.
DH Jesus Montero (2-for-2) reached base three times (incl. 1BB), his most times on base in a game since 10/3/12 vs. the Angels (2-for-4, 1BB)has
reached safely in all four of his starts since being recalled from the minors on 7/9 (3-for-9, 3BB)is batting .397 (25-for-63) in 19 career games at
Yankee Stadium, third-highest BA here all-time (min. 60AB) behind Justin Morneau (.433) and James Loney (.402).
LHP Vidal Nuno (1.1IP) retired all four batters he faced, marking his longest scoreless outing of the season.
RHP Fernando Rodney (0.2IP, 1H, 1ER) took his fourth lossthree of his four losses have come to AL East clubs (also 6/5 vs. Tampa Bay, 5/14 vs.
Boston)has allowed 7HR this season, one shy of his career high (8HR in 2009 with Detroit).

UPCOMING PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS


Date
Mon., 7/20
Tue., 7/21
Wed., 7/22
Thurs., 7/23

Opponent
Off Day
vs. Baltimore
vs. Baltimore
vs. Baltimore

Probable Pitchers

Time-ET

TV

RHP Nathan Eovaldi (9-2, 4.50) vs. LHP Wei-Yin Chen (4-5, 2.78)
RHP Ivan Nova (1-3, 3.42) vs. RHP Kevin Gausman (1-1, 5.00)
RHP Masahiro Tanaka (6-3, 3.65) vs. RHP Ubaldo Jimenez (7-5, 3.29)

7:05 p.m.
7:05 p.m.
1:05 p.m.

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YES/MLBN

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