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The Red Sox have won six in a row heading into their series finale with New York. They will hand the ball to Chris Sale, who has a 2.40 ERA in six starts since returning from Tommy John. Find out why we like Boston -1.5 in our Mets vs. Red Sox picks.
The recent trends favor the Under, which has gone 6-1 in the last seven meetings at The Trop, but with Toronto going with a bullpen day and homer-prone righty Luis Patino starting for Tampa, we like the Over. Find out more in our Blue Jays vs. Rays picks.
Toronto rookie Alek Manoah has dominated Tampa over three starts, including his last outing when he tossed a career-high eight scoreless innings and fanned 10. Find out why we like him to silence the AL East rival again in our Blue Jays vs. Rays picks.
Toronto will look to take the series finale behind ace Robbie Ray, who has a 2.00 ERA in four starts vs. Tampa this year. After getting blanked Tuesday, look for the Jays' bats to show life against Michael Wacha. Read more in our Rays vs. Blue Jays picks.
Toronto is averaging 8.7 runs per game while going 12-1 this month to move into first in the AL wild-card race. Tampa is also smashing the ball, ranking second in MLB in OPS since the ASG. Expect runs tonight. Find out more in our Rays vs. Blue Jays picks.
Following convincing blowout wins over the Saskatchewan Roughriders and another double-digit victory in Week 7, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers top the Grey Cup odds board at +190 odds. Find out which teams follow them in our latest CFL championship odds update.
Boston and Tampa Bay have obliterated each other through the first two games of this series, combining for 21 runs and 33 hits in the opener and another 19 and 29 last night. Find out why we think the bats will cool down in our Rays vs. Red Sox picks.
Toronto has won six in a row and nine of its last 10 to move within 2.5 games of New York, which holds the American League's first wild-card spot. Find out why we're backing Toronto again at plus money in our Blue Jays vs. Yankees picks.
What's in store for the encore after Tampa and Boston exploded for 21 runs on 33 hits in Monday's series opener? Find out why we're expecting more fireworks at Fenway Park on Tuesday in our Rays vs. Red Sox picks and predictions.
Toronto has won five straight to move 3.5 games back of New York in the AL wild-card race. Extending the win streak to six against Gerrit Cole will be tough, but Toronto still offers value as a road dog. Read more in our Blue Jays vs. Yankees picks.
Fresh off a sweep to the Dodgers, Atlanta heads to Colorado's Coors Field for a juicy matchup against struggling starter Chi Chi Gonzalez. Can the teams eclipse the lofty 12.5 total? Find out with our Braves vs. Rockies picks and predictions.
Atlanta is looking to avoid a three-game sweep behind Max Fried, who has a 2.21 ERA over his last nine starts. He'll be up against Max Scherzer, who has dominated in Dodger Blue. Find out if Atlanta, a +185 'dog, can win in our Braves vs. Dodgers picks.
Two of the hottest teams in the National League resume their three-game set Tuesday in a great pitching matchup between Charlie Morton and NL Cy Young favorite Walker Buehler. Find out why we are backing the underdogs in our Braves vs. Dodgers picks.
Toronto's bats woke up Thursday in a 10-7 loss after scoring three or fewer runs in six straight and the club will have a good shot to stay hot vs. Detroit rookie Matt Manning (5.91 ERA). That's why we're taking Toronto -1.5 in our Jays vs. Tigers picks.
The struggling Phillies, losers of nine of their last 13, are a -135 home betting favorite behind ace Zack Wheeler, who leads the majors in innings and strikeouts. Find out if he can lead the Phils past the AL East's best in our Rays vs. Phillies picks.
Cal Quantrill is cruising, putting up a 2.41 ERA since the start of July, and the righty will look to help Cleveland sweep L.A. in the Little League Classic on Sunday Night Baseball. Find out why we like him to do it in our Angels vs. Indians picks.
Milwaukee is a heavy -200 betting favorite Thursday as it goes for a three-game sweep over St. Louis behind co-ace Brandon Woodruff. Check our Brewers vs. Cardinals picks and predictions to find out why we like the Brew Crew on the runline.
The Mets have dropped four in a row and 11 of their last 15 heading into tonight's game against the red-hot Logan Webb and NL West-leading Giants. But they offer great value as +145 dogs behind Marcus Stroman. Find out more in our Mets vs. Giants picks.
St. Louis has won six straight and eight of its last nine heading into Tuesday's series opener against a dominant Corbin Burnes and the Brewers. With Adam Wainwright (1.96 ERA in August) on the bump, the Cards have plenty of value as +130 home dogs.
The Rays can move into first place in the AL East with a win over Boston on Saturday. A big pitching mismatch favors the road underdog BoSox, though, as red-hot Nathan Eovaldi and Ryan Yarbrough (who has been shelled by Boston this year) get the starts.