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MLB Odds: Indians Looking to Hold Off Twins

The Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins are battling at the top of the American League Central. The two go toe-to-toe on Tuesday in Minnesota in the second contest of a huge four-game series. Bet on baseball at Bovada and get a 50% bonus. Danny Salazar (4-5, 4.15 ERA) gets the call for Cleveland. He took […]

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MLB Odds: Yankees-Jays at Rogers Centre

Despite everything that has gone wrong this season, the Toronto Blue Jays (52-59, –16.49 betting units) are only five games out of the second Wild Card spot in the American League. They’ll try to cut into that lead with a crucial three-game series at home against the top AL Wild Card team, the New York […]

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MLB Odds: Sale Looks to Bounce Back Against Rays

Chris Sale of the Boston Red Sox is one of the leading Cy Young candidates in the American League. However, he’s coming off his worst start of the season and will try to turn things around when he pitches against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday. Bet on baseball at Bovada sportbook and get a […]

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MLB Odds: Red Sox Out for Revenge Against Indians

A pair of World Series contenders headline Tuesday’s MLB schedule. The Boston Red Sox will host the Cleveland Indians in the middle of a three-game set. Bet on baseball at Bovada and get a 50% bonus. The Indians will send out Carlos Carrasco (10-4, 3.58 ERA), who took a no-decision in a 10-4 home victory […]

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MLB Odds: A’s-Jays in Battle of Last-Place Teams

The Toronto Blue Jays (44-54, –18.55 betting units) know they’ll be hosting the Oakland Athletics (44-54, –7.27 units) this Tuesday night. But who will pitch for the A’s? Sonny Gray is penciled in to start for Oakland, but he’s been the subject of trade rumors heading towards the July 31 deadline. Bet on baseball at […]

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MLB Odds: Sanchez Gets Another Crack in Detroit

The Toronto Blue Jays (41-47, –14.29 betting units) could use a break. They ended the unofficial first half of the regular season Sunday afternoon with an embarrassing 19-1 loss at home to the top team in the American League, the Houston Astros (–125). After pausing for the All-Star Game, the Jays return to action Friday […]

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