Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals
Moneylines: Nats -222, Braves +210
The Braves are the biggest underdogs on the board at around +210 but taking slightly more than 54 percent of the action. It’s Mike Foltynewicz for Atlanta against Washington Cy Young candidate Stephen Strasburg.
Colorado Rockies At Pittsburgh Pirates
Moneylines: Pirates -120, Rockies +110
NL West-leading Colorado starts rookie lefty Kyle Freeland and is taking almost 60 percent of the action against Pittsburgh’s Jameson Taillon.
Chicago Cubs At New York Mets
Moneylines: Mets -123, Cubs +113
Two of the most disappointing teams in the NL meet at Citi Field. The Cubbies haven’t been very good on the road this year but are getting a 56 percent lean behind John Lackey. He’s opposed by Jacob deGrom.
Philadelphia Phillies At Boston Red Sox
Moneylines: Red Sox -200, Phillies +185
The Phillies will add the designated hitter for this interleague matchup. They start Jerad Eickhoff, who is an ugly 0-7, against Boston’s reigning Cy Young winner Rick Porcello. The Red Sox are taking the biggest lean on the board at more than 65 percent.
Texas Rangers At Houston Astros
Moneylines: Astros -125, Rangers +115
Texas starts ace right-hander Yu Darvish, who hasn’t had much success against the Astros in his career. He’s opposed by young righty Joe Musgrove. The Rangers are taking 53 percent of the action.
Seattle Mariners at Minnesota Twins
Moneylines: Twins -125, Mariners +115
It’s veteran Yovani Gallardo on the bump for Seattle against Minnesota rookie Adalberto Mejia. The Mariners are taking a bit more than a 53 percent lean.
Baltimore Orioles At Chicago White Sox
Moneylines: Orioles -115, White Sox +105
Will the Orioles get All-Star third baseman Manny Machado back in the lineup? He didn’t start all weekend due to a wrist injury. The Birds go with lefty Wade Miley against the Pale Hose’s Mike Pelfrey. Baltimore is taking an ever-so slight lean.
New York Yankees At Los Angeles Angels
Moneylines: Yankees -120, Angels +110
What will the Yanks’ Aaron Judge do for an encore after hitting a nearly 500-foot homer on Sunday? The Bombers start ace Masahiro Tanaka, although he hasn’t pitched like an ace often this year. The Halos go with Alex Meyer. New York is getting a bit more than 56 percent of the bets.
Cincinnati Reds At San Diego Padres
Moneylines: Padres -110, Reds +100
The Padres haven’t been favored in many games this year. They start Luis Perdomo against Cincinnati’s 40-year-old Bronson Arroyo. The Friars are taking a lean of more than 53 percent.