The Tampa Bay Rays will take on the New York Yankees on Thursday, May 26, 2022 at 6:40 p.m. EDT. The game will be broadcast exclusively on YES Network, Bally Sports Sun and Fox Sports Sun which you can stream using a live TV streaming service.
Tampa Bay Rays vs. New York Yankees
In Tampa, the game will stream on Bally Sports Sun (formerly Fox Sports Sun), while in New York, the game will stream on YES Network. Both RSNs are available with a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM.
Since Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV don’t broadcast Bally Sports Sun or YES Network, this is your only way to stream Tampa Bay Rays and New York Yankees games year-round.
Can You Stream Tampa Bay Rays vs. New York Yankees on MLB.TV?
For those not in the market you can stream most games on MLB.TV but this Tampa Bay Rays vs New York Yankees match will not be available as it is on MLB Network.
However, during the MLB regular season, you can watch almost every out-of-market game with a subscription to MLB.TV Online. You can try MLB.TV with a 7-day free trial.
You can wirelessly stream this game on Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and mobile devices using a live TV streaming service like DIRECTV STREAM. If you haven’t tried it yet, you can get a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM.
Live TV streaming option
Contains: YES Network, Bally Sports Sun and Fox Sports Sun + 35 top cable channels
New York Yankees vs. Tampa Bay Rays Game Preview: Rays attempt to keep winning streak alive at home, hosts the Yankees
New York Yankees (31-13, 1st AL East) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (26-17, 2nd AL East)
St. Petersburg, Florida; Thursday, 6:40 p.m. EDT
PITCHING PROBES: Yankees: Nestor Cortes (3-1, 1.80 ERA, .89 WHIP, 56 strikeouts); Rays: Ryan Yarbrough (0-0, 4.20 ERA, 1.67 WHIP, 12 strikeouts)
FANDUEL SPORTS BOOK LINE: Yankees -129, Rays +110; over/under is 7 1/2 runs
BOTTOM LINE: The Tampa Bay Rays will be looking to keep their four-game winning streak intact when they play the New York Yankees.
Tampa Bay has a 15-9 record at home and a 26-17 record overall. The Rays have gone 17-7 in games when they record eight or more hits.
New York has a 31-13 record overall and a 14-6 record in road games. The Yankees have a 9-4 record in run-decided games.
Thursday’s game is the first time these teams have met this season.
POWERFUL: Yandy Diaz is seventh in the Rays with a .275 batting average and has three doubles, three homers, 22 walks and 10 RBI. Randy Arozarena is 15-to-39 with three homers and nine RBI in his last 10 games.
Aaron Judge has nine doubles and 17 home runs while hitting .312 for the Yankees. Anthony Rizzo is 8-for-35 with three doubles and two homers in the last 10 games.
LAST 10 GAMES: Rays: 6-4, .250 batting average, 2.11 ERA, 17 runs better than opponents
Yankees: 6-4, .236 batting average, 3.86 ERA, surpassed by one run
INJURIES: Rays: Andrew Kittredge: 15 days IL (back), JT Chargois: 60 days IL (oblique), Chris Mazza: 60 days IL (back), Brandon Lowe: 10 days IL (back), Shane Baz: 60 days IL (elbow), Luis Patino: 60-day IL (oblique), Brendan McKay: 60-day IL (shoulder), Pete Fairbanks: 60-day IL (lat), Tyler Glasnow: 60-day IL (elbow), Nick Anderson: 60 days IL (elbows), Yonny Chirinos: 60 days IL (elbows)
Yankees: Giancarlo Stanton: 10 Days IL (Calf), Joey Gallo: Day to Day (covid-19), Jonathan Loaisiga: 15 Days IL (Right Shoulder), Aroldis Chapman: 15 Days IL (Achilles), DJ LeMahieu: Everyday ( left wrist), Josh Donaldson: 10-day IL (covid-19), Ben Rortvedt: 60-day IL (oblique), Chad Green: 15-day IL (elbow), Tim Locastro: 10-day IL (lat ), Stephen Ridings: 60 days IL (shoulder), Domingo German: 60 days IL (shoulder), Zack Britton: 60 days IL (elbow)