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Rays at Yankees lineups for Tuesday, with Travis d’Arnaud again at top of the order

Ryne Stanek will be the opener and Jalen Beeks the bulk guy for Rays, veteran CC Sabathia is on the mound for Yankees.
ALLIE GOULDING   |   Times
Tampa Bay Rays catcher Travis d'Arnaud (37) celebrates in the dugout. after hitting a homer at the bottom of the seventh inning against Texas Rangers on Saturday, June 29, 2019 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.
ALLIE GOULDING | Times Tampa Bay Rays catcher Travis d'Arnaud (37) celebrates in the dugout. after hitting a homer at the bottom of the seventh inning against Texas Rangers on Saturday, June 29, 2019 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.
Published Jul. 16, 2019

The Rays are looking for a second straight win over the Yankees in this series and four in a row overall tonight, and they’ll have Monday star Travis d’Arnaud at the top of their lineup again and playing first base.

Ryne Stanek, who retired the first six Orioles he faced on Sunday, will serve again as the opener, with Jalen Beeks called up from Triple-A to work the bulk innings.

Beeks was with the Rays through late June, then sent to Durham to make two extended starts and a one-inning outing on Thursday.

Right-handed hitting OF Guillermo Heredia was sent down to make room for Beeks, so the lineup has a slightly different look against Yankees lefty CC Sabathia, plus Tommy Pham is serving as the DH with Austin Meadows in left.

Here is the Rays lineup:

D’Arnaud 1b

Pham dh

Brosseau 2b

Diaz 3b

Garcia rf

Meadows lf

Adames ss

Kiermaier cf

Zunino c

Stanek p

And here is the Yankees lineup:

LeMahieu 3b

Judge rf

Voit 1b

Sanchez c

Encarnacion dh

Gregorius ss

Hicks cf

Torres 2b

Gardner lf

Sabathia p




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