Joba Chamberlain, RHP (2-2, 2.45)
Yankees (49-42)
Roy Halladay, RHP (10-6, 2.88)
Blue Jays (44-47)

Scouting Report:
Yankees: Making his first career start against the Red Sox on Sunday, Chamberlain allowed three runs over six innings, with all of the damage coming in the fifth. He threw 101 pitches, including a 37-pitch fifth. Pitching away from Yankee Stadium doesn't seem to hurt him, though, as he has a 1.11 ERA on the road and a 3.41 ERA at home.

Blue Jays: Halladay, who was recently selected to the All-Star Game for a fifth time in his career, dominated the Angels in his last start. He allowed two runs on six hits over seven innings to earn his team-leading 10th win of the year. He walked one and struck out seven, while needing 107 pitches to get through his outing. In his career against the Yankees, Halladay is 11-5 with a 3.03 ERA.

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