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Yankees will throw two ace to DH Guardians

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After it rains Friday night in Cleveland, the Guardian faces a difficult double-header challenge against the New York Yankees on Saturday.

The Yankees will start two pitchers in the top 10 of ERA's American League, and the Guardian will compete against the two starters who own ERA north of 7.00.

In Game 1, New York's right-handed Gerrit Cole (6-2, 2.99 ERA) opposes Cleveland's left-handed Kirkmc Carty (0-1, 10.29) recalled from Triple-A Columbus. .. ..

In the nightcap, Yankees left-handed Nester Cortez (6-3, 2.51 ERA) will face Guardian right-handed Aaron Civale (2-4, 7.20).

Cortez started the first 10 times of the year with an ERA of 1.50, 5-1. He has been calm on the last four outings and has been 1-2 at 5.68 ERA, but claims that his confidence remains high.

"It was pretty good to be back last year," he said. "The opportunities I got and the ability to go out and pitch every 5 days were great for me. I'm happy as long as I can go out and compete and give the team a chance.

Yankees manager Aaron Boone only praises Cortez.

"He was one of the best pitchers in the game, not only this year, but back last year," Boone said. "He's consistent, reliable, and getting better and better with us."

Cortez is 0-0, with four career appearances against the Guardian (one start). It is 3.00 ERA. The

call was set at the start of his 250th career regular season, with 7 career starts against the Guardian 4-2 in ERA and 2.14 in 3 times. It's 2-0 in ERA. Going out in Cleveland.

Civale is 1-2 and ERA is 4.43 with four career starts with Yankees.

McCarty made her major league debut against the Yankees on April 24th, allowing four runs with three rescue innings. His only other major league outing was a spot start against the Texas Rangers on June 7th at the Double Header, where he achieved 5 runs (4 wins) in 4 innings. He is 2-1 with 3.77 ERA in 11 Columbus games (8 starts).

Cleveland wants to get his first catcher back soon. Austin Hedges was put on the list of 7-day quake injuries on Tuesday, but the move dates back to June 26th. He was able to return on Sunday.

"Today is an important day for him," Guardian's Manager Terry Francona said on Friday. "We will continue to increase and continue to increase his concentration and workload."

Francona was uncertain whether hedging would require rehabilitation assignments.

Guardian outfielder Oscar Gonzalez, who was locked out of the team's Thursday match due to tension in his right abdomen, took an MRI exam on Friday. Francona said the team is still waiting for test results.

The Yankees activated the rescuer Arol Dischapman from the list of injured on Friday. The left-handed person has been out since May 24 due to left Achilles tendonitis and has participated in minor league rehabilitation three times. Manager Aaron Boone said that when Chapman resumes his actions, Chapman may not be immediately returned to a close role.

"We will try to be as open as possible towards the game that meets him," Boone said. "But for now, it just puts him back. He's ready for anything."

New York is a right-handed rescuer to clear the spot on Chapman's roster. Miguel Castro has been added to the paternity list. Castro was 4-0 and ERA was 3.51, throwing a total of 5 scoreless innings in the last 4 appearances.

– Field-level media