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MLB Odds: Tanaka for Yankees in Game 2 vs. Twins?

MLB Odds: Twins-Yankees, ALDS Game 2 It took seven years, but the New York Yankees are finally back on top of the American League East. They’ll have home-field advantage for this year’s AL Division Series matchup with the Central champions, the Minnesota Twins. Game 2 will be Saturday in the Bronx, beginning at 5:07 PM […]

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MLB Odds: Hill Returns for Dodgers Versus O’s

The 93-52 Los Angeles Dodgers have the best record in the National League. The 46-97 Baltimore Orioles are second to last in the American League. It should be a blowout of epic proportions when the two teams meet this Thursday at Camden Yards. FOX will have coverage of the carnage at 7:15 PM ET, with […]

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MLB Odds: NL Wild Card Race Heats up With Mets-Nats

If the New York Mets are going to complete their miracle comeback and make the MLB postseason, they’ll want to put up a good fight this week when they visit the streaking Washington Nationals, who control the first Wild Card spot in the National League. The finale of this three-game set will be streamed live […]

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MLB Odds: Rays in Wild Card Race and will take on Jays

The Toronto Blue Jays continue their week-long road trip with a visit to St. Petersburgh, Florida this Thursday for the first of four games against the Wild Card-chasing Tampa Bay Rays. The Jays have lost three straight games, and they’ll be up against a Rays’ team that is fighting for their playoff lives. At press, […]

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MLB Odds: Phillies-Red Sox on MLB Network

The Boston Red Sox refuse to die. Their odds of repeating as World Series champions have plummeted to +4000 at press time, but after series wins over Cleveland and Baltimore, at least the Red Sox are within earshot of a Wild Card berth in the American League. They’ll try to close the gap this Wednesday […]

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MLB Odds: Toronto Prepares to take on Kershaw in LA

After a tough series against the Seattle Mariners, the Toronto Blue Jays will head to the City of Angels to take on the NL-leading Los Angeles Dodgers. LA has been dominant this year, owning the second-best record in the MLB at 82-44. The Jays will be playing with National League rules at Dodgers Stadium, which […]

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