Gerrit Cole has been nearly untouchable for the Astros for most of the season, and he'll take the hill in the Bronx on Tuesday afternoon against Luis Severino and the Yankees in a pivotal Game 3 of the ALCS.
The New York Yankees will go head to head with the Houston Astros in the best-of-seven American League Championship Series that begins Saturday, October 12. It’s a rematch of a memorable 2017 ALCS that the Astros took in seven games en route to their first World Series title.
Which team will face the Yankees in the ALCS? We'll find out Thursday, in a winner-take-all ALDS Game 5 between the Astros and Rays.
The Astros will send out ace Justin Verlander on short rest for Game 4 of the ALDS. Can Houston close out the Rays and move on to the ALCS?
Will the favored Astros and Yankees continue to roll in the ALDS, or can the underdog Rays and Twins spring an upset?
The two American League Division Series begin Friday, when the favored Astros host the upstart Rays and the Twins travel to the Bronx to face the Yankees.
The Houston Astros, owners of baseball’s best record in 2019 at 107-55, play the winner of the AL Wild Card game, the Tampa Bay Rays, in a five-game divisional series beginning on Friday. Here’s how the two clubs stack up.
Fans of traditional, low-scoring baseball will want to tune in for Wednesday night’s winner-take-all wild card game between the Rays and Athletics at the Oakland Coliseum.
The New York Yankees will play the Minnesota Twins in the best-of-five American League Division Series that begins Friday. Here's how the two teams stack up.
The tightest battle in the American League isn’t between the Minnesota Twins and the Cleveland Indians; it’s between a pair of teammates. Houston Astros aces Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole are nearly neck-and-neck in the latest 2019 AL Cy Young Award odds available at BetAmerica. The hard-throwing right-handers have been playing a game of top-me-if-you-can all season long, turning in one brilliant performance after another.