The Toronto Blue Jays have had little to fear when they visit the New York Yankees, as the Jays have taken seven of the past eight meetings at Yankees Stadium. Those eight games – which date back to the beginning series of last season – have seen the Jays outscore the Yanks 46-26.
R.A. Dickey will look to continue his stellar play this month, as the 41 year old has a 2.30 ERA through four May starts. Dickey has allowed just seven earned runs through those four starts, but he has surrendered five home runs in that span.
Nathan Eovaldi will be looking for his fourth consecutive victory when he takes to the bump Tuesday. Eovaldi has allowed 15 hits and six runs in his past three starts while posting a 14-to-2 strikeout-to-walk ratio.