New York Yankees at Baltimore Orioles Live Game Thread — Game 5

Max Goodman

The Yankees' fifth game of the 2020 regular season is tonight and right here on Inside The Pinstripes is this is the place to be.

Here are Thursday night's lineups, pitchers and some news leading up to first pitch at Camden Yards.

New York Yankees (3-1) at Baltimore Orioles (2-2)

Thursday, July 30

First pitch: 7:05 p.m. ET

Pitching probables:

LHP John Means vs. LHP J.A. Happ

New York Yankees Starting Lineup

DJ LeMahieu — 2B

Aaron Judge — RF

Gleyber Torres — SS

Giancarlo Stanton — DH

Aaron Hicks — CF

Luke Voit — 1B

Gary Sánchez — C

Gio Urshela — 3B

Miguel Andújar — LF

Baltimore Orioles Starting Lineup

Austin Hays — CF

Hanser Alberto — 2B

Renato Núñez — 1B

Anthony Santander — RF

Pedro Severino — C

Dwight Smith Jr. — DH

Pat Valaika — SS

Rio Ruiz — 3B

Cedric Mullens — LF

For New York, Miguel Andújar gets the start in left field over a struggling Brett Gardner. With a lefty on the mound, the matchup makes sense, but Gardner has also started the season 0-for-11 with seven strikeouts.

Here's what manager Aaron Boone had to say about Andújar getting the nod Thursday night.

"I think that's that's one way of, you know, getting them in there from time to time, you know he'll get his starts here and there at third base but yeah I feel like, you know, this is a matchup to get him back in there and again trying to keep a few of these guys that haven't been playing every day, trying to as much as possible, get them somewhat regular at-bats."

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Comments (7)
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Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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When this offense is locked in, they are going to be one tough team to beat. Judge crushes the go-ahead homer and the Yankees win again in Baltimore

Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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Boone kept Jonathan Loaisiga in just a few pitches too long ... gives up the homer and now the Yanks are in danger of losing this game

Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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Giancarlo Stanton is now 8-for-15 (.533) on the season now with 2 HR, 6 RBI, 4 R, 4 BB. He's LOCKED IN.

Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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It's really pouring in Baltimore. Wonder how long until this rain delay turns into a rain-shortened win for the Yankees.

Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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Uh oh... Gleyber Torres leaves the game after taking a hit by pitch off his right elbow... not a good sign

Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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Good thing the Yanks got some runs in the top of the first. Happ gives two back on a Hanser Alberto homer to cut the lead to three

Max Goodman
Max Goodman

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Luke Voit just crushed his first career grand slam!


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