The Yankees have a chance to tie the ALCS at two games apiece with a win on Tuesday night over the Houston Astros. (Photo: Getty Images)

Advantage New York Yankees. 


After a convincing 8-1 victory in Game 3 of the ALCS over the Houston Astros to halve their series deficit, the Bronx bombers have all the momentum ahead of Game 4 on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, a place they haven't lost at this postseason. 


Sonny Gray will make his first start since Oct. 5, which was Game 1 of the ALDS against the Cleveland Indians. The trade-deadline acquisition lasted just 3.1 innings, allowing three runs on three hits while walking four. 


He'll be facing Lance McCullers Jr., who was used sparingly and as a reliever during Houston's first seven postseason games. 


McCullers was off to a hot start in 2017 after posting a 7-1 record with a 2.69 ERA. But back issues limited the second half of his season to just six starts where he posted an 8.23 ERA, obviously making this start a risky one for the Astros. 


Here is how you can catch all the action as the Yankees bats look to stay hot for a second-straight game and tie this series up:

ALCS Game 4 info (Astros lead 2-1)

Date: Tuesday, Oct. 17

Time: 5:08 p.m. ET first pitch

TV: Fox Sports 1

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Facebook Live and YouTube live stream links are expected to be posted closer to game time.