Ron's Sunday Night Baseball Winner

Boston Red Sox (56-59) vs New York Yankees (72-42)

Sunday, August 14, 2022 at 7:08 pm

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I do not think this will be a successful start for Michael Wacha, who makes it return from the IL. Wacha wasn't too sharp in his minor league rehab start and his pitch-to-contact style isn't effective against a lineup as powerful as the Yankees. NYY has done well against RHP and I think they can get on the board early here. Even if Wacha gives the Red Sox good innings, he will more than likely be limited to about 4-5 innings at the most as he is not known to pitch deep into games and this is his first start back. I think at worst, the Yankees will get to a Red Sox bullpen that has been untrustworthy in the past month or so and blew the game on Saturday night as well. With their best reliever unavailable after a 30-pitch night last night, the Red Sox will have to be strategic with their pen and I'm not sure that will end up working out for 4-5 innings. The Yankees have the advantage in starting pitching, bullpen, and certainly the lineup as well. Give me the Yankees on Sunday Night Baseball. 

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Ron’s Pick New York Yankees: -130

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