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The season is over for the New York Yankees, who are going to be playing one last battle on the MLB betting lines this year at Yankee Stadium against the playoff hungry Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday night.
If the New York Yankees have any hope of getting into the playoffs, they had better sweep the three games starting on Tuesday night from the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Boston Red Sox are continuing to pour it on in the AL East race, and they are starting to tick down towards their magic number for clinching a bid in the playoffs. They could help get the job done on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball betting festivities in this one against the hated New York Yankees at Fenway Park.
The Blue Jays have Monday off but they will be busy come Tuesday with a double-header against New York as part of a make-up game. Game 1 is scheduled for a 1:05 start at Yankee Stadium with this matchup set for Tuesday night. Toronto comes into this four-game series against its AL East rivals fresh-off divisional series against Boston and Tampa Bay last week.
The two biggest rivals in all of baseball are going to be facing off on Sunday Night Baseball this week on the MLB odds, as the New York Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox at historic Fenway Park.
There was a time that the Los Angeles Angels and the New York Yankees were considered two of the favorites on the odds to win the American League. Now, both are just considered overpaid monstrosities that need to be blown up. The two will meet in the first of four games on Monday night in a telecast that will be seen live on ESPN.
Yankees kick-off an eight-game road trip with a quick two-game interleague set against Los Angeles starting with Tuesday night’s game. They are 3-3 in their last six games after pulling-out a 6-5 victory over Tampa Bay this past Sunday as 135 underdogs at home. Overall, New York is 55-50 and 7.5 games in back of Boston in the AL East title race. It is 26-25 on the road and the total has gone 3-6-1 in its last 10 games.
The Yankees lost two of three games to Boston this past weekend on the road to fall a full seven games in back of their rivals for the lead in the AL East. They are now 52-46 overall and 24-23 away from home this season. The total has stayed UNDER in four of their last six games after averaging just 3.5 runs a game during that stretch.
Two of the most hated rivals in all of baseball are going to be meeting on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball in MLB betting action this week, as the New York Yankees take on the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.
The Yankees begin the second half of the season with a crucial series against their bitter rivals considering that they trail Boston by six full games for the lead in the AL East. They went 5-5 in their last 10 games before the All-Star break and are now 51-44 overall. New York heads to Fenway with a 23-21 record on the road this season. The total has stayed UNDER in five of their last eight games.