The 2005 first-round draft pick born in East L.A. has had an admirable first year in the bigs pitching for the Jays, and faces the Yankees for the third time on the season. He won his first game against New York as Andy Pettitte took the loss on July 6th, and booked a no-decision the second-go-round August 1st when the Yankees won in 11 innings on an RBI single by Cano. Both games were decided by one run. The winning pitcher in the latter game was Chad Gaudin, pitching for the first time for New York since coming over from the Padres for a PTBL. Gaudin is on the mound tonight for the Bombers at the Rogers Centre. Comment away.