Yankees Vs. Red Sox, Game 3 Preview: Game Time, TV Schedule, Pitching Matchups

Spoiling a 100th birthday party (check). A massive come-from-behind victory (check). A three-game series sweep at Fenway Park? That will be determined Sunday night, when the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox finish off three-game series at 8:05 p.m. ET on ESPN.

The series finale between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox might feature ace CC Sabathia (1-0, 5.59 ERA) against Daniel Bard (0-2, 4.63 ERA). Of course, that's if the game happens as the weather forecast is calling for a 100-percent chance of rain.


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On Saturday, New York (9-6) rallied for a nine-run deficit to down Boston (4-10), 15-9, in another historic Yankee-Red Sox game. The memorable contest came a day after New York ruined the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park.

If Game 3 isn't postponed because of rain, Boston will try to snap a five-game winning streak, while New York will be looking for its fourth straight victory.

Here's the game's basic viewing information:

Location: Fenway Park, Boston, Ma.

Game Time: 8:05 p.m. ET

TV Channel: ESPN

Radio: 880 CBS

Pitching Match-Up: CC Sabathia (NYY) vs. Daniel Bard (BOS)

See Pinstripe Alley for complete discussion and analysis of the Yankees.

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