Ryan Yabrough Gets Game Four Start

The Rays had already confirmed that Ryan Yarbrough will be the bulk pitcher tonight, but it’s official that they won’t be using the opener strategy tonight in Game Four of the World Series.

Yarbrough isn’t making his debut in the World Series tonight, however, as he pitched 0.2 innings in Game One in relief for Tyler Glasnow. Yarbs did not give up an earned run. In his one start against Houston in the ALCS, he went five innings on two earned runs and only three hits, earning the win. In the regular season, he had a 3.56 ERA in 11 games (9 starts). His lifetime ERA is 3.94 in three seasons, with a 28-16 record.

The rest of the Rays lineup is as followed:

1B Yandy Diaz.
DH Randy Arozarena.
3B Michael Brosseau.
LF Manuel Margot.
2B Brandon Lowe.
SS Willy Adames.
RF Hunter Renfroe.
C Mike Zunino.
CF Kevin Kiermaier.

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