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Probable Pitchers

Tampa Bay Rays @ Toronto Blue Jays

, Rogers Centre
Chris Archer, RHP
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Archer surrendered three home runs in taking the loss against the Orioles on Monday night. The home runs were the first he’s given up in '17. He has made one start against the Blue Jays this season and pitched well, allowing two runs on five hits.

Aaron Sanchez, RHP
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Sanchez is expected to be activated from the DL for this start. He has been out since April 14 with a blister on his right middle finger, but the injury has since healed. He's 1-1 with a 1.27 ERA in his career vs. the Rays.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Marco Estrada, RHP
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Estrada will be making this start on one extra day of rest after he was bumped back to make room for Aaron Sanchez. Estrada has allowed two runs or fewer in all but one of his five starts this season.

Luis Severino, RHP
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Severino is coming off seven scoreless innings of three-hit ball against the Red Sox. He has whiffed 27 men against three walks in his last 22 innings, relying heavily on a lethal fastball-slider combo.

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Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Mat Latos, RHP
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Latos earned himself another start with six scoreless innings during his last outing vs. the Cardinals. Latos' days in the rotation might be numbered with J.A. Happ recovering but he could still stick around in the bullpen.

Masahiro Tanaka, RHP
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Tanaka may have turned in his best performance as a Yankee last time out, throwing a shutout to defeat the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Tanaka allowed only three hits, no walks and struck out three in the 97-pitch "Maddux."

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Toronto Blue Jays @ New York Yankees

, Yankee Stadium
Marcus Stroman, RHP
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Stroman has allowed two runs or less in four of his five starts this season. He has been one of the club's best performers this season but only has two wins to show for it because of a lack of run support.

CC Sabathia, LHP
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Sabathia has stumbled after a promising start to his season. The Orioles hammered him for seven runs and nine hits in 5 2/3 innings on April 28, and in his last two starts, he is 0-1 with a 9.28 ERA.

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