' 15: The Show' predicts winner of Astros-Yankees wild-card game

It'll be Dallas Keuchel (20-8, 2.48) going for the Astros as they visit the Yankees and Masahiro Tanaka (12-7, 3.51) in the American League wild-card game (preview). With Keuchel on the mound the Astros are considered to be a slight favorite to move on to the Division Series and take on the top-seeded Royals. What does " 15:

The Show," lauded for its authenticity not just in gameplay but also its simulation engine, predict will go down Tuesday night? MORE: Playoff picks, predictions | Ranking the 50 best players in 2015 playoffs The action gets going early as Astros rookie phenom Carlos Correa hits a two-run home run in the top of the first inning. The Yankees bounce back in the bottom of the inning with an RBI hit from Carlos Beltran. In the bottom of the second, Chase Headley looks to tie it up with a shot to center but Carlos Gomez makes an outstanding play, leaping at the wall and robbing him of a solo shot, keeping the score 2-1. That score holds until the bottom of the fifth when the Yankees' bats wake up. Didi Gregorius hits a two-out, two-run home run to right. The next batter, Jacoby Ellsbury, hits one out to right as well. The Astros answer in the top of the sixth as George Springer leads off with a home run. Two hits later, Tanaka gets the hook in favor of Andrew Bailey. After a sacrifice fly and a hit, the Astros take a 5-4 lead. It stays that way until the bottom of the ninth with Luke Gregerson in to close for Houston. With the tying run on first base and two outs, the Yankees get a walk and then an RBI single by Stephen Drew. Ellsbury then hits one up the middle for the walkoff win. New York advances, 6-5.Final score: Yankees 6, Astros 5Player of the Game: Jacoby Ellsbury: 2 for 4, home run, three RBIsWinning pitcher: Justin WilsonLosing pitcher: Luke GregersonBryan Wiedey posts sports gaming news and analysis daily at Pastapadre.com, has co-founded the new site HitThePass.com, is a regular participant in the Press Row Podcast and Hit The Pass Radio shows, and can be reached on Twitter @Pastapadre.