Yankees vs Astros Live Stream MLB ALCS – GAME 3 : Watch Houston Astros vs New York Yankees Live Stream Online, Live Update, Odds, Start Time, Game Time, Preview, Team News and TV Info
Yankees vs Astros Live
Date: Sunday, Oct. 17
ALCS – Game 3 – Astros lead series 2-0
Start Time: 8:08 p.m. ET Yankee Stadium, New York City, New York
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: Fubo TV (7-day free trial available)
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NEW YORK — Joe Girardi says that if his New York Yankees are to go down in this ALCS, they will go down swinging.So there will be no lineup changes for Game 3 of the best-of-seven series against the Houston Astros on Monday night. There is no panic coming from the manager’s office.
“You know, [we’re] one or two hits away from being 2-0,” Girardi said Sunday at Yankee Stadium, where Game 3 of the American League Championship Series against the Houston Astros happens Monday night.“Obviously would you rather be 1-1 or 2-0 the other way? Well, yeah. But there’s no panic in them. They’re going to do what they do and see where the chips fall.”
After a pair of 2-1 losses at Minute Maid Park, the Yankees indeed were a hit or big defensive play away from a win in each game. A defensive play cost them the winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday when catcher Gary Sanchez bobbled a throw that would have nailed the Astros’ Jose Altuve easily at the plate.
However, Girardi believes he can build a case to his young sluggers for not packing it in just yet.
Start with the 0-2 hole they found themselves in against Cleveland in the ALDS before unleashing a three-in-a-row rally to advance. Then there were the learning curves the younger players went through this season. At one point, the Yankees were 15 games above .500, then slumped to just four above.
But a strong September allowed them to easily qualify as the first wild card.Midway through the season, “guys started to understand that you have to be resilient in this game,” Girardi said. “It’s just part of the game. You’re going to have really tough losses and you have to learn to bounce back.”
In Game 3, the Yankees will face Astros sinker ball specialist Charlie Morton. He’s no slouch, but the Yankees will welcome the opportunity not to face Dallas Keuchel and Justin Verlander, who were brilliant in Games 1 and 2.The Yankees have had strong efforts from their pitchers and hope to get another from veteran CC Sabathia on Monday.