NY Post | Dan Martin: Jordan Montgomery hasn’t been up the hill in two weeks and has never thrown a place in the postseason, but he will be the starter in the fourth game for New York. “I’m looking forward to an opportunity,” said Montgomery. “I’ve waited since 2017, especially when I was injured [the next season]. I look forward to going out there and being unlucky. “Hopes of the Yankees season will rest if he can keep things close and give Gerrit Cole another start.
NJ.com | Brendan Kuty: Deivi Garcia threw three places in the second game before the Yankees warmed JA Happ in the bullpen. Happ stepped in to start the second inning and didn’t do such a great job. He gave up four runs over 2.2 frames. Happ noted that he probably would have preferred to have just started the game. Because of New York’s questionable decision, they let the Rays back on the show.
USA Today | Chris Bumbaca: CB Bucknor was behind home plate in the second game and called a bad game to say the least. Bucknor essentially extended the strike zone for right-handers by a few inches from the outside corner. If you don’t believe me, there is evidence.