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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 vs. Marlins (4/17)

The hot streak continues! We are 4-1-1 in our last six games, and are going to keep it going tonight. The Yankees carried us to an easy win last night after putting up a 12 spot on the Marlins and look to produce more of the same tonight against young Jarlin Garcia.
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Miami Marlins @ New York Yankees (04/17)

Jarlin Garcia (0-0, 1.13 ERA) vs. Masahiro Tanaka (2-1, 5.19 ERA)

Here we go: Masahiro tee-ball Tanaka on the mound again. For those who may have forgotten, Tanaka’s last start resulted in a 10-7 Yankees win over the Red Sox, but Tanaka was far from sharp. The man just oozes runs, even if he isn’t the one giving them up (last week he did). Now, if you realistically look at his numbers in his two other starts, he's been nothing buy steady. The Yankees hit the under in both, and he gave up four runs total.  So what does that mean for tonight?

The Yankee bats were nothing like they have been of late though, and he clearly was just getting the home run ball warmed up. One run in start one, three runs in start two, six runs in start three, tonight he is in line to give up at least nine runs, and get us a push on his own. Right now, I have no faith in Tanaka, and have no faith in the Marlins pitching. This over is a no brainer. 

Final Call: Over 9 (-105)

Article by: Dylan Farrell