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Yankees offensive woes continue as they drop second straight game 4-0

The day did not start off well for Sonny Gray, as a leadoff single from Kevin Kiermaier started his outing. Then, DH Jake Bowers laced a double down the left field line, scoring the Rays center fielder. In the bottom of the 2nd, CJ Cron hit another double, breaking an 0-16 slump. Then, Daniel Robertson doubled him home. After a Mallex Smith sacrifice bunt moved Robertson to third, Willy Adames hit a grounder through the left side for another base hit to make it 3-0. Meanwhile, the Yankees wasted a pair of leadoff doubles off of Rays starter Wilmer Font in their first two innings at the plate. Giancarlo Stanton laced one down the right-field line, but was stranded, and Austin Romine smoked a ball off the wall in center before also being left on base.

BBB Betting Tips: Yankees @ Blue Jays 4/1

Yesterday presented Bronx Bomber Ball a bittersweet day. Even though the Yankees lost, we learned that Aaron Boone and Dellin Betances are avid readers of this blog. They saw we needed Toronto to cover +1.5, and together made it happen. Truly a selfless act on their part. 

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New York Yankees @ Toronto Blue Jays (04/01) 
Sonny Gray (0-0, 0.00 ERA) vs. Marcus Stroman (0-0, 0.00 ERA) 

Coming off of a loss where every bat except for Tyler Austin’s was relatively quiet, the Yankees are in a prime position to grab a bounce back win today. The lack luster hitting yesterday was fantastic news for Sonny Gray, who seemingly never had run support from the Yanks last year. For a Yankee team that averaged 5.8 runs a game, they only scored six or more runs in three of Gray’s eleven starts in 2017. A quiet day yesterday means they are set up to put on a show today.  

Perhaps an even better note for this blog, the quiet day yesterday drove down the money line. Currently the Yankees are favored, but with a steal of a money line at -112. There is a hesitancy to jump on this though, with 77% of the public picking our beloved bombers. The line is too good not to grab, however, so pick the Yankees to win outright.    

Final Call: Yankees ML (-112) 

Season Record: 1-2 

Article by: Dylan Farrell