After winning three of four against Cleveland, and five of the last seven, the Tampa Bay Rays return to the friendly confines of the Trop, where they will start a three-game set against the New York Yankees on Tuesday.
After winning four of five games on their most recent homestand, including a weekend sweep of the Phillies, the Tampa Bay Rays will start a four-game set against the New York Yankees on Memorial Day in the Bronx. The Yankees are coming off a sweep of their own, albeit a sweep by the Tigers.
After an 8-2 win over the Yankees in the Bronx, the Tampa Bay Rays will look to win their second consecutive series of the season against New York this afternoon. Tampa Bay is now 3-1 this season against the Yankees and 14-5 against them over a 19-game stretch (including postseason play).
Tyler Glasnow put together his best start of the season, while an eighth-inning rally gave the Tampa Bay Rays all the runs they would need on Wednesday, as the good guys beat the Yankees 4-2 in New York.
After splitting a doubleheader against New York on Saturday, the Tampa Bay Rays will look to take three-of-four from the Yankees Sunday afternoon in the final game of their current homestand.