Yankees vs Red Sox

Fresh off a split at Fenway Park, the Yankees vs Red Sox ALDS 3 shifts to the Bronx. Yankee Stadium will host the next two games, and that has to favor the Yankees. The Bombers are 7-0 in their last seven postseason games at home. Yankee Stadium has become the House of Pain for visiting teams of late.

Tonight’s game will feature former Yankee Nathan Eovaldi starting for Boston. He will square off against the Yankees ace, Luis Severino. This battle of the flame-throwers should make for a great pitching matchup.

Pinstripe Alley will have plenty of coverage of today’s game as news develops. In the meantime, here’s how you can watch Game Three of the ALDS.

How to Watch

Time: 7:32 PM ET

Location: Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York

TV: TBS

Streaming: FuboTV

Radio: ESPN Radio, WFAN 660/101.9 FM, WADO 1280 (local listings)

Severino starts for the Yankees when they host Boston in Game 3 of the AL Division Series. They’re 1-all going into the first playoff game between the teams in the Bronx since the Red Sox finished off a comeback from an 0-3 deficit in the 2004 ALCS at the old Yankee Stadium.

Severino was 10-2 with a 2.74 ERA and .217 opponents’ batting average at home, and is coming off four sharp innings against Oakland in the AL wild-card game. Ex-Yankee Nathan Eovaldi starts for Boston — he allowed no earned runs in three of four starts this year vs. New York.

Houston second baseman Jose Altuve says he’s all set to go. He irritated his troublesome right knee when he slipped leaving the batter’s box in Game 2 Saturday.

After holding off the Dodgers in a tense ninth inning, the Atlanta Braves aim to even the NLDS in Game 4 at SunTrust Park.

Mike Foltynewicz, who gave up four runs and three hits in two innings in a 6-0 loss in the opener, will pitch for Atlanta. The Dodgers could start Rich Hill.

Los Angeles was denied its second straight sweep in the NLDS, having chased Arizona last year.

At this rate, the Milwaukee Brewers probably would rather keep playing. But they’ll have to wait a while after sweeping Colorado in the NLDS. The Brew Crew has won 11 in a row — by the time they host Game 1 of the NL Championship Series at Miller Park on Friday against the Dodgers-Braves winner, it will have been nearly three weeks since their last loss.

The break will give the Brewers time to rest their deep pitching staff. It also will give fans more time to marvel over the postseason run by Erik Kratz — a 38-year-old journeyman catcher who has been part of 12 different major league organizations, he’s gone 5 for 8 in his first playoff action.

Red Sox vs Yankees

After the two teams split the first two games of the ALDS in Boston, the Red Sox vs Yankees will now play Game 3 in New York.

In this one, Nathan Eovaldi will go for Boston opposite Luis Severino for the Yankees. The Red Sox acquired Eovaldi from the Rays via trade in late July. On Boston’s watch, Eovaldi pitched to a 3.33 ERA/132 ERA+ and a 4.00 K/BB ratio in 11 starts and one relief appearance. Overall this season, Eovaldi owns an ERA+ of 112 and a 5.05 K/BB ratio in 111 innings. Rick Porcello had been slated to start Game 3, but manager Alex Cora opted to give him an extra day of rest since he made a relief appearance in Game 1 of this series.

As for Severino, the 24-year-old right-hander worked 191 1/3 innings this season and registered an ERA of 3.39 (129 ERA+) and a 4.78 K/BB ratio. Among starting pitchers, Eovaldi and Severino are two of the hardest throwers in the game today.

Here’s what you need to know to watch Red Sox vs. Yankees Game 3:

ALDS Game 3: Red Sox vs. Yankees
Date: Monday, Oct. 8
Time: 7:40 p.m. ET
Location: Yankee Stadium in Bronx, N.Y.
TV channel: TBS
Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Live stats: GameTracker

On Sunday, Red Sox manager Alex Cora announced that hard-throwing right-hander Nathan Eovaldi would start for Boston in Game of the ALDS against the Yankees. The best-of-five series is tied 1-1, and Game 3 will be played in Yankee Stadium.

Yankees-Red Sox ALDS games can be streamed on fuboTV (Try for free). For a look at the complete schedule, click here.

Since the Red Sox acquired Eovaldi, a former Yankee, from the Rays leading up to the non-waiver trade deadline, Eovaldi has pitched to a 3.33 ERA/132 ERA+ and a 4.00 K/BB ratio in 11 starts and one relief appearance. Overall this season, Eovaldi owns an ERA+ of 112 and a 5.05 K/BB ratio in 111 innings.

Right-hander Rick Porcello had been slated to start Game 3 for Boston, but he made an unexpected relief appearance in Game 1 of the series, and Cora has opted to give him an extra day of rest before, presumably, starting Game 4 at Yankee Stadium.

Also, as our Mike Axisa wrote in his series preview, Eovaldi was dominant against the Yankees in four starts during the regular season. Batters currently on the Yankee roster have combined to hit .223/.257/.340 against Eovaldi with one home run in 109 total plate appearances. Be sure to stay up-to-date with live coverage of Yankees-Red Sox series below. If the widget does not load.

Rams vs Seahawks

The Rams vs Seahawks return to a usual Sunday schedule this weekend after a primetime Thursday night showdown with the Vikings. In Week 5, they’ll take on the Seahawks in Seattle, seeking a remarkable 5-0 start.

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Rams vs Seahawks

To get you ready for Week 5 of the regular season, we’ve compiled all the important gameday information – from streaming information to the officiating crew on Sunday.

It’s a battle of the NFC West when the Los Angeles Rams head to Seattle to face off against the Seattle Seahawks. One is the former favorite and a forgotten contender while the other is undefeated and an early favorite for Super Bowl LIII. How the tables have turned for the two franchises but let’s get into what we can expect from both teams before Sunday’s matchup.

For years, the Seattle Seahawks were the favorites in the NFC West. With Russell Wilson at the helm and former players like Marshawn Lynch and Jermaine Kearse at his disposal, their offense was crazy. Coupled with the Legion of Boom, the Seahawks were unstoppable and now they’re just abysmal.

With the Seahawks poor o-line play and loss of Earl Thomas, the team is struggling to win a game. With a 1-3 record, they’re no longer kings of the NFC West and it’s sad to watch the franchise fall so fast. Right now, the Seahawks just have to try and hope for the best.

The opposite can be said about the Los Angeles Rams. The team is easily one of the most talked about and improved teams in the league. Their defense is stellar featuring some of the biggest names in football while the offense has arguably some of the best receivers. The Rams are becoming superstars and we’re just all along for the ride.

If there was any doubt that the Rams (4-0) had established themselves as the top team in the N.F.C. in the first quarter of the season, it is now gone. They’re getting so much respect, they’re favored by a touchdown in the hostile confines of Seattle’s CenturyLink Field. The Rams have an offense every bit as exciting as Kansas City’s, and the potential for a blowout is certainly there, but the Seahawks (2-2) have always played so much better at home and should be able to keep the game respectable, even with Earl Thomas out with a broken leg.

The Rams are flying high on offense, and will be rested after playing last Thursday. The Seahawks are coming off a solid defensive game last week against Arizona, but this is a much tougher challenge. Seattle plays much better at home, and I think that will help them keep this one closer than expected. Rams take it, but it’s tight.

Can the Seahawks slow down Jared Goff without Earl Thomas? They slowed Goff and the aerial circus last year in Seattle (with Thomas), mostly because the Rams were up five scores and didn’t have to throw. Goff only dropped back 23 times in that game while watching Todd Gurley, Malcolm Brown and Co. carry the ball 43 times for 244 yards and three touchdowns. With Thomas out for the Seahawks, there is no reason for Rams coach Sean McVay to pump the brakes on the most lethal passing attack in pro football. Noise could play a role — if it does, turn around and hand the ball to No. 30. Seattle’s run defense has stunk thus far (27th in the NFL). As for the other side, Russell Wilson isn’t taking off much these days, averaging a scant 2.8 carries per game. He might need to triple that figure for the Seahawks to stay in this one.

Heading into week 5, the Rams are heavy favorites and rightfully so. They’re one of the youngest albeit best teams in the NFL. Right now, the Seahawks are just a small stop on their continued dominance of the league. If everything goes to plan, the undefeated streak should continue.

TV and Game Info
Date: Sunday, Oct. 7, 2018
Start Time: 4:25 p.m. EST
Location: Seattle, WA
Stadium: CenturyLink Field
TV Info: Fox
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go