The New York Yankees visit Angel Stadium Tuesday for game two of three against the Los Angeles Angels. New York comes into this game 22 games over .500 with a 76-54 record on the year after a recent 13 game win streak. Jordan Montgomery got the start for New York last game out giving up one run on six hits across six innings resulting in a no decision. The Yankees bullpen held true until Chad green came on in relief giving up two runs on two hits leading to the loss.
The New York offense was abysmal against Oakland going a combined 5-30 from the plate including 0-4 with runners in scoring position to leave seven men on base. The only run of the game for the Yankees came in the top of the seventh inning due to a fielding and throwing error from Oakland.
The Los Angeles Angels are pushing towards a playoff berth currently sitting 3 games under .500 with a 64-67 record following a 10-2 win against the San Diego Padres. The Los Angeles bats led the way against San Diego with twelve hits on the day including 4-10 with runners in scoring position. Jared Walsh and Jack Mayfield led the way for Los Angeles as each hit a home run two combine to drive in five total runs.
Jose Suarez got the start for Los Angeles giving up two runs on four hits across 3.2 innings of work leading to a no decision. Andrew Wantz came on in relief of Suarez striking out three batters, while giving up no runs on no hits across 1.1 innings of work leading to the win. The Los Angeles bullpen held true for the remainder of the game giving up three hits and no runs.