Tampa Bay Rays and the Houston Astros will play Game 4 of their seven-a-side American League Championship Series on Wednesday evening. Rays has a 3-0 advantage, and is a winner since winning the AL Penance for the second time in licensing history. The pitch fit of Game 4 is that the race will start with young right-winger Tyler Glasnow, while the Astros will face senior Zack Greenke.
Glasgow made 11 regular-season openings, releasing 4.08 ERA (104 ERA +) and 4.14 strikeout-to-walk ratio. Despite a brief hiatus from the division series against the New York Yankees, he has made three post-season starts. He may be in his second year in a row for the series Clinker, which includes these teams. He started Game 5 of the 2019 ALDS, in which the Astros won.
Grenkey, who is trying to keep Houston’s hopes alive, started 12 times in the regular season. In those games, he compiled a 4.03 ERA (111 ERA +) and a 7.44 strikeout-to-walk ratio. This is the third start of the season, having started once in the first two series. He has been dealing with some health issues, but it is worth noting that the Astros have to face 18 battles on average for him. During Houston’s season, manager Dusty Baker can be expected to maintain a similar quick hook on Wednesday. CBS Sports will provide live updates throughout the game. You can find the ones below.