Rays Vs. Yankees: Tampa Bay Goes For Series Win In Deciding Game 3

For about eight innings on Wednesday night it looked like the Tampa Bay Rays were just going to give up a 1-0 loss without very much resistance. The David Robertson came on to get the save in the ninth inning and the Rays erupted for four runs and earned the win. They'll have the chance to go for a series win on Thursday, first pitch is scheduled for 7:05 pm and the game can be found on Sun Sports.

Thursday will feature the best two pitchers on each team. CC Sabathia will be on the mound for the Yankees, and he will be opposed by David Price. Sabathia hasn't pitched as well as his 4-0 record on the year would indicate, but he has been very good over his last few starts. Price brings in a 5-1 record. Simply put, this is a matchup of two of the best left-handed pitchers in all of MLB.

We'll have plenty more on this series over the next few days here on SB Nation Tampa Bay, so keep it locked to this StoryStream for all the latest news and updates. As always, please head over to DRaysBay for more on this series and all things Tampa Bay Rays baseball. For some perspective from the other dugout, please head over to Pinstripe Alley, SB Nation's New York Yankees blog. And for more on this and every MLB series, please head over to the SB Nation Major League Baseball hub page.

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