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Toronto vs New York: Blue Jays Host Yankees in a Fight For First

Toronto vs New York: Blue Jays Host Yankees in a Fight For First

Toronto Blue Jays: Bulldozing to an even dozen

Over their 39-year history, Toronto has won eleven straight games five times – they have done it twice this season. Over that time the Blue Jays have never been able to push the streak to an even dozen. The hottest team in the Majors can set a new franchise mark when they clash with the Yankees tonight. The Jays are 14-1 over their last 15 games and their extraordinary hitting is being complemented with stellar pictching. Toronto will lose eventually - we don't see it happening with Price on the bump.

New York Yankees: Sinking like a stone in AL East playoff race

After opening August with a six game lead on Toronto, New York has fallen on some tough times. The Yankees were sweep in a three-game set by the Blue Jays at home last weekend and they're 5-9 over their last fourteen contests. Apart from their 8-6 win last night, the once potent Bronx Bombers offense has gone somewhat silent as New York scored just ten runs over their previous seven games. That drought includes 6-0 and 2-0 shutouts against Toronto during their recent series in the Bronx.

Yankees vs Blue Jays MLB Prediction: LHP David Price (11-4 ERA 2.35) faces RHP Ivan Nova (4-4 ERA 3.52) in the battle on the bump tonight. Price has allowed just one run over 15 innings during his first two starts for Toronto and was the winner in the Blue Jays 6-0 win last Saturday. Records are made to be broken and we see the Blue Jays doing just that in this contest. Take Toronto with a 500 unit wager on the money line odds posted at Bovada. Click the odds image below to get into the game.

Bovada Sportsbook MLB Betting Lines - New York Yankees vs Toronto Blue Jays

 Bovada Sportsbook MLB Betting Lines - New York Yankees vs Toronto Blue Jays

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