Although the Yankees are slowly finding their groove in Chicago, the Bronx Bombers are making their fans sweat during every win.
Following an extra-innings victory against the White Sox, Luis Severino will have the chance to complete the sweep on the road. While the All-Star has struggled of late, Chicago has only manufactured three runs over the past two games.
Moving over to New York's offense, the duo of Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Andujar have led the charge of late. However, Aaron Boone is going with a completely different lineup for the finale of this three-game series.
Perhaps the most notable absence is Didi Gregorius, who will have the day off tonight.
Despite struggling at the plate of late, Greg Bird will be moved to the cleanup spot in the order. As for the bottom of the lineup, Austin Romine will return to action after having additional time to rest.
The entire city of New York still might be frustrated over Aroldis Chapman's shortcomings at Fenway Park on Sunday, but Boone announced that he'll be available tonight.
Aaron Boone talks Didi Gregorius's absence from the starting lineup & the latest updates on Aroldis Chapman, J.A. Happ & Greg Bird. pic.twitter.com/6PlIyPqh0t— YES Network (@YESNetwork) August 8, 2018
If the Yankees are going to have any chance of catching the Red Sox in the AL East, finishing off the lowly White Sox will be crucial tonight.