of new york yankees After the scheduled Friday night road game vs. away game, the pitching rotation was changed. St. Louis Cardinals it rained
of Yankees Luis Severino (1-2, 5.25 ERA) will start the day-night doubleheader at Busch Stadium. Yankees Manager Aaron Boone said the nightcap would be a bullpen game featuring the 27th player to be added to the roster, with Gerrit Cole’s starting line-up moving from Saturday to Sunday.
of cardinals Jack Flaherty (4-5, 4.95 ERA) will start in Game 1, and Matthew Liberatore (1-2, 5.60 ERA) will start in Game 2.
Severino is in his best performance of the season. He pitched six strong innings to get the win. Yankees 1-0 victory over the Texas Rangers on June 24
“He was playing good on the fastball and I thought he was better in the secondary,” Boone said. “It’s still far from perfect, but he was presenting really well. Now it’s time to reach the next level of leadership. Hopefully he can really take off.”
Before that win, Severino allowed 29 hits and nine walks (19 earned) in 18 2/3 innings in four starts.
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Flaherty will return to the rotation on Saturday after missing a start against the Chicago Cubs in London this weekend with a sore right hip.
Flaherty won 8-6 against Washington on June 19. Although he gave up five runs in the first two innings, he held out until the seventh inning.
“I’m always interested in how someone reacts when things go wrong.” cardinals Manager Oliver Marmol said. “Jack got out there, gave up five times, rocked and started to go better as the match went on and gave us chances.
Flaherty managed to hold off an early 5-0 deficit and calm down.
“Just keep proposing and understand that the more you do it, the better things will happen,” Flaherty said.
Still, Flaherty allowed 12 runs on 4 walks and 20 hits in 10 2/3 innings in his last two combined starts.
He will start for the first time in an away game Yankeesas well as Liberatore
Since being called up from Triple-A Memphis this season, Liberatore has met the quality start standard only once in six starts. He got off to a tough start Sunday against the Cubs in London, allowing four hits in two 1/3 innings and four earned runs on two walks. cardinals We won 7-5 in the end
Yankees First baseman Anthony Rizzo is listed for the day after being hit by a pitch in his left elbow in Thursday’s game against the Oakland Athletics. Boone said Rizzo was “still pretty stiff” on Friday but could be back on the field on Saturday.
of cardinals A bullpen adjustment ahead of the series promoted James Nail from Triple-A Memphis after fellow right-hander Jake Woodford was placed on the disabled list with shoulder strain.
cardinals Utility player Brendan Donovan was significantly delayed from Friday’s lineup due to a sore right arm (throwing). Marmol said an MRI showed no structural damage, but Donovan would plan to “not throw” for now. The manager added that Donovan could run as a designated hitter or as a pinch hitter.
–Field level media