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Toronto vs New York: American League East MLB Showdown

Toronto vs New York: American League East MLB Showdown

Toronto Blue Jays: Happy to be done with Boston

After posting a 2-4 record against Boston over the last two weeks, Toronto has to be happy that they have faced the Red Sox for the last time this season. The Blue Jays dropped two straight contests to Boston on the weekend and finished with a 9-10 record during the season series. Toronto turns their full attention to the Yankees now as they look to build on their 11-5 record versus the Bronx Bombers. Prior to a 5-0 loss on September 13, the Jays won four straight versus New York by a 33-18 margin. Toronto has not lost three in a row since July 10 - this is their fourth two-game skid since then. 

New York Yankees: Fresh off a mashing of the NY Mets in Queens

Give credit where credit is due and the Yankees deserve their fair share as they continue to battle during what many thought would be a rebuilding year in the Bronx. Following a 5-1 loss to the Mets on Friday, New York cranked it up as they won two straight by 5-0 and 11-2 final scores. The Bronx Bombers are regretting a five-game losing streak earlier this month but they are still well positioned in the American League playoff race. In addition to being just 2.5 games behind Toronto, New York has a four game lead in the AL Wild Card race over Houston and 6.5 games over the Angeles and Twins.

Yankees vs Blue Jays Call: We get an ace vs a journeyman as LHP David Price (16-5 ERA 2.42) faces RHP Adam Warren (6-6 ERE 3.33)in the rumble on the rubber here. Price stopped the Jays last mini slide as he allowed one run, on six hits over seven innings, during a 9-1 rout of Atlanta. In three starts against New York as a Blue Jay, Price has allowed five runs over 19 innings pitched and Toronto is 2-1. Warren is being stretched from his long inning relief role and he’s been shaky on the road as he owns a 2.17 ERA at home compared to his 4.29 ERA away from Yankee Stadium. We are taking Toronto with a 500 unit wager on the money line price posted on the MLB betting board at Bovada.

Bovada Sportsbook MLB Odds – Toronto Blue Jays vs New York Yankees

Bovada Sportsbook MLB Odds – Toronto Blue Jays vs New York Yankees 

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