The American East-leading Yankees (83-46) continue their West Coast road trip with a three-game set against the Los Angeles Dodgers (85-44), kingpins of the National League West, starting Friday night. Here's what bettors should be expecting throughout this weekend series.
Our plays today focus on a trio of National League East teams, as the Nationals play an afternoon game with the Cubs and the Braves head to New York to face the Mets.
Clayton Kershaw has long been considered one of the greatest pitchers of his generation, but on Tuesday night he took an important step toward becoming one of the greatest pitchers of all time by picking up his 166th career win. We break down Kershaw's numbers and examine his place among the game's top hurlers.
Over/Under bets are the plays today, from a day game in Chicago to late-night action on the West Coast.
Straight-up moneyline wagers are the plays for the MLB today, as the Padres and Reds meet for day-game action in Cincinnati, while the red-hot Mets and Indians square off in New York.
The Red Sox are presently 16 games behind the New York Yankees in the AL East and are saddled with distant +5000 odds to win the 2019 World Series. That's a far cry from the +600 odds they opened with way back in March when many pundits still expected them to steamroll the competition en route to a second consecutive title.
A rejuvenated Phillies lineup, under the guidance of new hitting coach (and former manager) Charlie Manuel, should build on its hot streak at Fenway Park on Tuesday night. Meanwhile, over in St. Louis, expect Brewers hurler Gio Gonzalez to bounce back from a rough start against the Twins.
The Nationals should have an edge in Pittsburgh on Monday night, and a pair of young lefties should keep runs low in the Lone Star State.
It’s going to take more than a five-game losing streak for oddsmakers to lose faith in the Houston Astros. The club’s odds of winning the 2019 World Series are holding fast at +200 despite their late-season skid. We examine the five reasons why the Astros will be the last team standing at the end of October.
A pair of teams with serious postseason aspirations will clash this weekend at Nationals Park when Washington hosts Milwaukee. The Nationals enter the series on a four-game winning streak but are 0-3 this year against Milwaukee and struggled mightily to put runs on the board against the Brewers when they tangled in early May.