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101-61, 1st in AL West

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Dallas Keuchel is out, the Astros' bullpen is in. Of the 58 best-of-7 postseason series that have been tied 2-2, the Game 5 winner has won series 41 times (70.7 percent).

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Aaron Judge continues to answer his MVP candidate rival, Jose Altuve. While Altuve looked like the far superior player in the first two games in Houston, Judge is beginning to take over the series in the Bronx. After his big hits in the Yankees' ALCS Game 4 comeback win, Judge added an RBI double in the third to extend the Yankees' lead in Game 5.

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

In his third career postseason start against the Yankees, Dallas Keuchel has finally blinked. He allowed a pair of two-out hits -- a double to Starlin Castro and an RBI single to Greg Bird -- in the second inning. Keuchel hadn't given up a run in 14 previous innings against the Yankees in the postseason -- six scoreless innings in the 2015 wild-card game and seven shutout frames in Game 1 of this ALCS.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

The Yankees jumped on top of the Astros in the second. Against their nemesis, Dallas Keuchel, Starlin Castro smashed a two-out double and then was driven home by Greg Bird, who laced an RBI single to right.

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka escaped the first scoring chance of Game 5. The Astros wasted Yuli Gurriel's leadoff double in the second. After Alex Bregman moved Gurriel to third, Carlos Beltran and Marwin Gonzalez failed to bring him home. Houston would have liked to have gone out to an early lead to take the Yankee Stadium crowd out of this game.

ESPN Stats & Info

Keuchel, Tanaka take the hill in the Bronx

Dallas Keuchel is coming off a dominant Game 1 performance in Houston, but has struggled on the road during his career. However, he has a 1.41 ERA in six career starts vs. the Yankees. Tanaka was less-than-impressive in Game 1 and has been far better at home this season than he has away from Yankee Stadium.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Vía Yankees: Alineación para el quinto partido de la Serie de Campeonato contra los Astros. Los Yankees buscan convertirse en el segundo equipo en la historia en remontar un déficit de 0-2 en series de postemporada de forma consecutiva y ganarlas ambas. En 1985, los Reales de Kansas City remontaron contra los Azulejos de Toronto en la Serie de Campeonato de la Liga Americana e hicieron lo mismo en la Serie Mundial para vencer a los Cardenales de San Luis.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Vía Astros: Alineación para el quinto partido de la Serie de Campeonato contra los Yankees de Nueva York. Dallas Keuchel, quien tuvo 10 ponches en el primer partido de la serie, buscará convertirse en el quinto lanzador en la historia con dos partidos de 10 ponches o más contra los Yankees en playoffs, y el primero en hacerlo de forma consecutiva en una misma postemporada.

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Kellerman predicts Yanks-Astros goes 7 games (1:06)
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BBTN: Bullpen Killing Cubs, Youth Saving Yanks

Buster Olney talks to Tim Kurkjian about the Cubs' bullpen woes, youth saving the Yankees and more (1:25). Plus, "Inside Heat" on the NLCS from Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper (26:42) and on the ALCS from Jake Kaplan of The Houston Chronicle (37:36).

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WATCH: Yankees pull off thrilling comeback (3:17)
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Bullpen performance a big story in ALCS (2:27)
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Astros struggling at the plate, in the field (2:37)
ESPN Stats & Info

Astros' pen struggles once again

Houston's bullpen was nothing special during the regular season (ranked 17th in ERA), but it's been an absolute mess in the postseason. That continued Tuesday, as the group gave up six runs in three innings of work.

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Yankees come back to even series (2:45)
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Yankees showing resolve in tying ALCS (0:40)
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Gray knew the offense would 'break out' (2:31)
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Hinch: 'No one is losing their job over this' (0:29)
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Big 8th inning keys Yanks' victory (1:40)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs8961st
Batting Average.2821st
On Base Percentage.3461st
Slugging Percentage.4781st
Earned Run Average4.1211th
Quality Starts67Tied-18th
WHIP1.278th
BAA.2406th