The New York Mets haven't won a World Series in 29 years. From the look of yesterday's game they could be the favorites right now. See who we like as our MLB Picks today.
The Mets banged their way to victory in Game 3 of this NLDS Monday night; can they finish the job when the teams meet for Game 4 Tuesday evening?
Although the Mets need to beat Clayton Kershaw for the second time in this series, they may be up to that task with young southpaw Steven Matz on the mound vs. the Dodgers.
Some may be surprised that books have this NLDS between the team with the best record in baseball the Cardinals and the wild card Cubs close to Pick’em, but we are not.
The Blue Jays slugged their way to an American League East title and now have the good fortune to draw perhaps the worst playoff starting rotation in Texas in the ALDS.
After looking at the AL yesterday, I want to focus on the three non-wildcard teams vying for NL pennant. The odds have been moving a bit but I think there is still value out there.
AL East-champion Toronto is a big favorite on the MLB futures board over AL West-champion Texas for this American League divisional-round series. The question is; where does the betting value reside?
The Astros won their Wild Card Game and now face the reigning American League Champion Royals in the ALDS, where a perceived Houston pitching edge can lead to an upset.