New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates announce Tuesday starting lineups; Rizzo late scratch

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The New York Yankees open a two-game road series against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday night.

First pitch is set for 7:05 p.m. at Pittsburgh's PNC Park. The game will be broadcast in New York on the YES Network.

Jameson Taillon (9-1, 3.32) will start for the Yankees, while Jose Quintana (1-4, 3.43) will go for the Pirates.

New York (58-22) have the best record in baseball and lead the American League East by 13 games, while Pittsburgh (32-47) are 13.5 games out in the National League Central.

First baseman Anthony Rizzo was a late scratch from the lineup with lower back stiffness. Matt Carpenter will now be the DH and DJ LeMahieu will play first.

Here are the lineups announced by the teams on Tuesday afternoon:

This article originally appeared on NorthJersey.com: New York Yankees, Pittsburgh Pirates announce tonight's 7/5 lineups