Top Consensus Plays - May 29

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Consensus MLB plays for Tuesday include the Oakland Athletics seeing 82% and Boston Red Sox 78%.

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The Tampa Rays were seeing better than 82% of the plays. 

Other consensus plays included the Yankees 78%, White Sox (evening game) 76%, Dodgers 76%.

Let's take a look at the Rays-Blue Jays pitching matchup.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Blue Jays LH Clayton Richard (0-0, 2.25 ERA) vs. Rays RH Ryne Stanek (0-1, 3.18)

Richard made his season debut against Boston on Thursday and yielded one run on two hits in four innings without factoring in the decision. The 35-year-old was designated for assignment by the San Diego Padres during spring training and made a start for Triple-A Buffalo before being returning to the majors last week. Richard spent most of his career in the National League and owns a 0.79 ERA in three career games - one start - against Tampa Bay.

Rays right-hander Ryne Stanek, who owns a 1.64 ERA in 14 starts when used as an opener, is expected to get the ball first on Tuesday, but the bulk of the innings are likely to go to Yarbrough. The 27-year-old Yarbrough was recalled from the minors last week and started at Cleveland on Thursday, allowing two runs and four hits in 7 1/2 innings to earn a win. Yarbrough worked two perfect relief innings to get the win at Toronto on April 12, striking out one.

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