By now, you're probably aware that tonight's game has been cancelled due to rain. The Yanks and Mariners still have to play tomorrow's series finale, but there will be no doubleheader to make up today's game. The Mariners have a doubleheader scheduled next week as well and didn't want to put the added strain on their starting rotation. Fair enough.
Instead, the 2 teams will play the makeup on Monday, June 2nd. Seattle's in the area and both teams have an off-day that matches up. That spares the Yankees this week. They would have had to make another move to fill a spot start had they been forced to play 2 tomorrow and they're not exactly flush with starting pitching right now. The lost off-day will result in them playing 17 straight games for a stretch, but I'll take that over Chris Leroux getting a start in a New York Yankee uniform.
As for the current rotation plans, the Yanks will use the day off today to skip over David Phelps' spot in the rotation and pitch Hiroki Kuroda on regular rest tomorrow in the series finale. This also works to the Yanks' advantage as 1 less start they have to cover while Pineda's out. I'll take it.
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