The second game of the Toronto Blue Jays’ three-game series with the New York Yankees is underway at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.  

The Blue Jays (13-14) held New York (16-10) to only one run Monday night, just the third time all season they’ve allowed less than two runs in a game. Righty Marco Estrada will make the start after making six appearances out of Toronto’s bullpen. He replaces Daniel Norris in the Blue Jays rotation as they attempt to sort out Major League Baseball’s third-worst ERA.  

The Yankees, meanwhile, will just be happy to face someone other than knuckleballer R.A. Dickey. New York has managed only two runs in 14-plus innings against Dickey this year. It’ll be counting on starter Michael Pineda to keep Toronto’s league-leading offense in check. Pineda is 3-0 on the season with a 3.73 ERA.

Here’s how Toronto and New York will line up for the game, courtesy of each team’s Twitter feed.

We’ll keep you updated right here throughout the game.

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