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Comment: Barkov and Laine Face Off in Finland - This Thursday, the NHL will drop the puck in Helsinki, Finland. The Florida Panthers and Winnipeg Jets will showcase their top talent, which includes dynamic Fins Patrik Laine and Aleksander Barkov. Game time is scheduled for 2 PM ET in what is sure to be a ruckus environment in hockey-frenzied Finland. ======= . Barkov and Laine Face Off in Finland - This Thursday, the NHL will drop the puck in Helsinki, Finland. The Florida Panthers and Winnipeg Jets will showcase their top talent, which includes dynamic Fins Patrik Laine and Aleksander Barkov. Game time is scheduled for 2 PM ET in what is sure to be a ruckus environment in hockey-frenzied Finland. ========== Steelers Head to Baltimore to Take on Ravens - The Baltimore Ravens' top defense will go against Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers' second-ranked passing game this Sunday. Big Ben ranks eighth in the NFL in passing yards, but will be up against a rounded defense that's led by LB Terrell Suggs. Which team strength will overcome the opposition? Tune in at 1:00 PM ET to find out. =========== Raiders-Niners in Santa Clara - The San Francisco 49ers (1-7 SU, 2-6 ATS) host their Bay Area rivals, the Oakland Raiders (1-6 SU, 2-5 ATS), on this week's edition of Thursday Night Football. San Francisco is a 3-point favorite with a total of 46.5; kick-off Levi's Stadium is at 8:20 PM ET on FOX. ============= . Hawks-Canucks at Rogers Arena - The Vancouver Canucks (6-6) host the Chicago Blackhawks (6-3-3) this Wednesday in the only game on the schedule – and it will be featured on the NHL Network, beginning at 10 PM ET. Defenseman Alex Edler (knee), LW Sven Baertschi (upper body) and goalie Anders Nilsson (finger) are out for Vancouver.
Comment: Last Chance for Dodgers in Game 4 vs. BoSox? - The Los Angeles Dodgers have already lost the first two games of the 2018 World Series. If they don't beat the Boston Red Sox on Friday, Game 4 on Saturday could be the last game of the season. FOX has the first pitch Chavez Ravine at 8:09 PM ET. ======= Red Sox Host Dodgers for Game 2 of World Series - This Wednesday, the Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox will play the second of back-to-back games to open the World Series Championship. Boston will look to hold on to home field advantage, while the Dodgers attempt to build some momentum as the series gets ready to head back to California. First pitch is 8:09 PM ET. ========== Red Sox-Dodgers at Chavez Ravine for Game 3 - After playing the first two games of the 2018 World Series at Fenway Park, the Los Angeles Dodgers will return home to host the Boston Red Sox for Game 3 on Friday (8:09 PM ET, FOX). Walker Buehler will pitch for LA; the Sox have yet to name their starter. ======== Dodgers-Red Sox Game 2 at Fenway - After racking up a team-record 108 victories during the regular season, the Boston Red Sox are -155 favorites to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers and win the 2018 World Series. The Red Sox will host the Dodgers this Wednesday night for Game 2, beginning at 8:09 PM ET on FOX. ============= Sale Gets Nod in Game 1 of World Series - Boston Red Sox starter, Chris Sale, will get the nod as the starter for Game 1 of the World Series. The lefty will be well rested and should give the Red Sox a great chance to jump out to a lead in the best-of-seven series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. First pitch will fly at 8:09 PM ET. mlb MLBxFOX USA
Comment: Brewers Host Dodgers Down 3-2 in NLCS - Wade Miley and the Milwaukee Brewers need a win Friday night over Hyun-Jin Ryu and the Los Angeles Dodgers if they want to keep their World Series dream alive. The Dodgers take a 3-2 lead into Game 6 of the NL Championship Series, beginning at 8:39 PM ET on FS1. ======== . Red Sox, Astros at the Juice Box for Game 5 - The Houston Astros will play the third of three straight ALCS games at home this Thursday (8:09 PM ET, TBS) when they welcome the Boston Red Sox to Minute Maid Park for Game 5. Chris Sale (stomach ailment) might start for Boston after he was released hospital on Monday.
======== Game 5 Could Decide Pennant for Dodgers, Brewers - It's been a close and exciting matchup, but the Los Angeles Dodgers have the advantage as they return to Chavez Ravine to host the Milwaukee Brewers for Games 3, 4 and 5 of the National League Championship Series. Wednesday's potential pennant-clincher begins at 5:05 PM ET on Fox Sports. ============ ALCS Down to Best-of-Five - The Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros have split the first two games of the ALCS, and the remainder of the series will be determined by the winner of a best-of-five. Houston has already shown that they're able to win away their home field. If the Red Sox have any hope of heading to the World Series, they'll need to do the same in one of the next two games.
Comment: Astros Visit Fenway for ALCS Opener - Chris Sale will get the nod for the Boston Red Sox (108-54, plus-31.11 betting units) this Saturday when they host Justin Verlander and the defending World Series champion Houston Astros (103-59, minus-1.81 units) in the opener of the American League Championship Series. Game time is 8:09 PM ET on TBS. ========== Sale Leads the Red Sox to the ALCS - Chris Sale has been the Boston Red Sox's rock all season. He won Game 1 of the ALDS and got the hold in the series clincher during Game 4. Now the big lefty will be tasked with keeping Houston's dynamic offense at bay in the ALCS. George Springer and the Astros have other plans, however. Don't miss this epic showdown beginning this Saturday at 8:08 PM ET. ============ Dodgers-Brewers Open NLCS at Miller Park - Just like that, the National League playoffs are down to two teams. The Milwaukee Brewers will host the Los Angeles Dodgers this Friday (TBD, FOX) in the first game of the NL Championship Series; the Dodgers won four of their seven regular-season games, including two of three at Miller Park. =========== Red Sox-Yankees in the Bronx - CC Sabathia (3.65 ERA) and the New York Yankees host Rick Porcello (4.28 ERA) and the Boston Red Sox this Tuesday in what could be the final game of their American League Division Series. TBS has the first pitch at 8:07 PM ET; the Sox lead this best-of-five series 2-1. =========== Yankees Host Red Sox in Game 4 of ALDS - The New York Yankees will host the second of two ALDS games this Tuesday at 8:07 PM ET. The Red Sox have been able to flex their offensive muscles through three games against New York, and it will be up to CC Sabathia to slow them down. Rick Porcello will be taking the mound for the Red Sox.
Comment: Astros Welcome Cleveland to the Juice Box - The defending World Series champions are back in the playoffs. The Houston Astros (103-59, minus-1.81 units) will host Cleveland (91-71, minus-24.87 units) this Saturday in Game 2 of the ALDS; TBS has the first pitch at 4:37 PM ET, with Gerrit Cole expected to start for Houston opposite Carlos Carrasco. ============ . Ryu Up Against Foltynewicz in LA - The Los Angeles Dodgers welcome the Atlanta Braves to town for the first game of a best-of-five divisional series between the NL East and West winners. While each team captured their divisional crowns in different ways, both clubs are confident that they can ride their strong season finishes and come out on top. First pitch is at 8:37 PM ET. =================== Dodgers Win Tiebreaker, Host Braves for NLDS Opener - After beating Colorado in Monday's National League West tiebreaker, the 92-71 Los Angeles Dodgers are expected to start Clayton Kershaw for Thursday's Division Series opener against the visiting 90-72 Atlanta Braves. Rumor has it the Braves will respond with Mike Foltynewicz; FS1 and MLB Network have the first pitch (TBD). ========= Win or Go Home for Yankees, A's - Wednesday’s AL Wild Card Game (8 PM ET, TBS) between the 100-62 New York Yankees and the 97-65 Oakland Athletics could be the best game of the playoffs. New York have yet to name a starter; the visiting A's may go with reliever Liam Hendriks (4.13 ERA) as their opener. ================ Judge and Stanton Look to Capitalize on A's Pitching - The two-headed monster of Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton will be hungry for homers this Wednesday, as the shorthanded Oakland Athletics' pitching staff tries to keep the record-setting New York Yankees in the park. First pitch of the AL Wild Card game is set for 8:05 PM ET.
Comment: Cards, Cubs Close out Regular Season at Wrigley - The 2018 regular season wraps up this Sunday when Jack Flaherty and the St. Louis Cardinals (87-72, plus-3.76 units) visit Mike Montgomery and the Chicago Cubs (92-66, plus-0.23 units), beginning at 3:20 PM ET. The Cubs have made the playoffs, while the Cardinals are chasing down a Wild Card berth. =========== Rays Host Jays on Friday - While the end result is disappointing for the Tampa Bay Rays, they managed to put together a solid season. With the lowest payroll in the MLB, the Rays challenged for a playoff spot until the very end. They've fallen short, however, and will finish out the regular season at home against the Blue Jays. First pitch for Friday's game is scheduled for 7:10 PM ET. ======== . Phillies-Rockies on NBC Sports - It's down to the nitty-gritty for the Colorado Rockies (86-70, plus-16.44 units). They'll try to boost their playoff chances this Thursday when sophomore prospect Antonio Senzatela gets the nod against Jake Arrieta and the Philadelphia Phillies (78-78, minus-6.17 units); NBC Sports will be on hand starting at 3:10 PM ET. ========== . Jays Host Astros in Final Home Game - Sean Reid-Foley is in line to start for the Toronto Blue Jays (71-85, minus-8.27 units) this Wednesday when they play their 2018 home finale against the Houston Astros (98-57, minus-3.54 units). Game time is 7:07 PM ET on Sportsnet and the MLB Network; Houston's starter has yet to be decided. ======== Gonzalez Starts for Brewers in Playoff-like Matchup - Both the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers are battling for their playoff lives, and Tuesday's matchup (8:15 PM ET) could turn into an epic showdown. Starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez will be on the mound for the Brewers, as the veteran lefty attempts to push his record with Milwaukee to 3-0. =======
Comment: Freeland, Rockies Visit Snakes on TBS - Cy Young candidate Kyle Freeland (2.95 ERA) takes the mound for the 82-70 Colorado Rockies this Sunday when they visit Zack Godley (4.79 ERA) and the 79-74 Arizona Diamondbacks, in a game that could have major playoff implications for both teams. TBS has the first pitch at 7:10 PM ET. ================== . The Rays' Playoff Chances Go Through Toronto &8203; - With 7 of their final 11 against the Toronto Blue Jays, the Tampa Bay Rays will have an opportunity to make things interesting in the AL Wildcard race down the stretch. The Rays trail the A's by 5.5 games for that spot, so they'll need to find a way to beat the unpredictable Jays to have a chance at a playoff berth. ============== BoSox-Yanks in the Bronx - The Boston Red Sox (103-47, plus-35.42 units) will send Eduardo Rodriguez to the hill this Thursday when they host Masahiro Tanaka and their No. 1 nemesis, the New York Yankees (91-58, minus-11.88 units). Game time is 7:05 PM ET on the MLB Network; YES and NESN will also provide coverage. =========== . Jays-O's for the Last Time in 2018 - The Toronto Blue Jays (67-82, minus-9.78 units) don't have much to celebrate this year, but at least they're 12-4 against the worst team in the majors, the Baltimore Orioles (43-106, minus-53.50 units). They'll meet for the final time this Wednesday night in Baltimore, beginning at 7:05 PM ET on Sportsnet. ============ AL East Showdown in the Bronx - The MLB-leading Boston Red Sox head to New York to take on the Yankees in what could be the series that clinches the AL East title. Boston currently sits two games away capturing the AL East crown; a win on Tuesday would set them up to finish the job against the rival Yankees. First pitch is at 1:05 PM ET.
Comment: Dodgers Visit Cards in Key NL Matchup - With division titles and Wild Card berths still up for grabs, the St. Louis Cardinals (81-65, plus-4.67 units) welcome the Los Angeles Dodgers (79-67, minus-28.11 units) to Busch Stadium this Sunday night in Game 4 of a pivotal four-game series. ESPN will provide the television coverage at 8:05 PM ET. ============= A's Continue Playoff Push in Baltimore - With the AL West title or the No. 1 AL Wild Card berth still within reach, the Oakland Athletics (87-57, plus-36.23 units) will try to pad their record Thursday at the expense of the last-place Baltimore Orioles (41-102, minus-52.14 units). Game time is 7:05 PM ET on the MLB Network. ============= Blue Jays-Red Sox at Fenway - Aaron Sanchez will start for the Toronto Blue Jays (65-78, minus-9.78 units) this Wednesday when they visit former teammate David Price and the Boston Red Sox (98-46, plus-31.58 units) at 7:10 PM ET on Sportsnet. Price has three wins over Toronto this year to improve his lifetime record to 20-3. =============== Chacin Takes Mound for Brewers this Tuesday - The Milwaukee Brewers' top starter gets set to take on the NL Central-leading Chicago Cubs this Tuesday, as the division rivals battle for top spot. In his previous start against the Cubs, Chacin didn't make it out of the fifth inning. He'll need to turn things around against the Cubs as Milwaukee attempts to gain ground in the NL Central race.
Comment: Astros-Red Sox on Sunday Night Baseball - Dallas Keuchel and the Houston Astros (87-53, minus-8.31 betting units) will visit Rick Porcello and the Boston Red Sox (97-44, plus-32.72 units) this Sunday, starting at 8 PM ET on ESPN. The Red Sox are +400 favorites on the World Series futures market, one spot ahead of Houston at +500. ======= Jays and Cleveland Meet at the Rogers Centre - The playoff-bound Cleveland Indians make a trip north of the border this Thursday, as they get set to play the first of four games against the Toronto Blue Jays. With both teams heading in different directions, the Jays will look to fill the underdog role and come away with a win. First pitch is set for 7:07 PM ET. ======= . Cubs-Nats on MLB Network - The Chicago Cubs (81-56 plus-3.76 units) will send Kyle Hendricks to the mound this Thursday when they visit the Washington Nationals (69-69 minus-25.13 units) at 7:05 PM ET on the MLB Network. Stephen Strasburg might get the nod for Washington after they dealt Gio Gonzalez to Milwaukee on August 31. ====== Stripped-Down Jays Host Rays - The Toronto Blue Jays (62-74 minus-10.74 units), minus Josh Donaldson and Curtis Granderson host the Tampa Bay Rays (73-63 plus-16.83 units) this Wednesday at 7:07 PM ET on Sportsnet. Donaldson, the 2015 AL MVP, was sent to Cleveland at the August 31 trade deadline while Granderson was dealt to Milwaukee.
======= Foltynewicz Looks to Shine as Braves Host Red Sox - Mike Foltynewicz will be up against Rick Porcello when the Atlanta Braves host the Boston Red Sox Tuesday night. Foltynewicz has been excellent overall this season with a 2.80 ERA and a 1.14 WHIP. The first-time All-Star was lights-out in August when he went 3-2 with a 2.09 ERA.
Comment: Astros Welcome Angels to the Juice Box - Freshly back on top of the AL West, the Houston Astros (82-51, minus-8.96 units) host the Los Angeles Angels (64-69, minus-13.32 units) on this week's episode of ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball, beginning at 8:10 PM ET. Gerrit Cole is due up for Houston; Odrisamer Despaigne might start for the Halos. ============ Toronto Enters Interleague Series on Friday - This Friday (7:10 PM ET), the Toronto Blue Jays and Miami Marlins will take the field for the first game of a three-game interleague set. Starter Aaron Sanchez will be up against Dan Straily as both hurlers get set for the home stretch of the regular season and attempt to finish a tough year on a positive note. ====== Twins Face Cleveland at The Jake - With the disappointing AL Central nearly wrapped up, first-place Cleveland (74-56, minus-14.76 units) will host second-place Minnesota (61-69, minus-10.52 units) this Thursday at 1:10 PM ET on Facebook Watch. Mike Clevinger will start for the Tribe opposite Jake Odorizzi; Cleveland has blown seven of Clevinger's 16 quality starts thus far. ======== Hamels Looks to Stay Undefeated as Cubs Host Mets - Cole Hamels will face Jacob deGrom when the Cubs host the Mets on Tuesday. Hamels has been outstanding since he was traded to the Cubs, including a 0.89 ERA in his first two home starts. Meanwhile, New York will counter with deGrom, who is 5-3 with a 1.85 ERA in 12 road starts. ===== . Orioles Welcome Jays to Camden Yards - For the sixth time in nine games, the 60-70 Toronto Blue Jays will face the 37-94 Baltimore Orioles - still the worst team in the majors. Oriole Park will play host this Wednesday, beginning at 7:05 PM ET on Sportsnet; Ryan Borucki will pitch for the Blue Jays opposite Alex Cobb.
Comment: Yankees-Orioles in AL East Mismatch - Luis Severino takes the hill for the New York Yankees (79-47, minus-1.14 units) this Sunday when they visit Dylan Bundy and the Baltimore Orioles (37-90, minus-45.12 units), starting at 8:05 PM ET on ESPN. The Yankees lead the American League Wild Card race, as Baltimore is the worst team in the league this season. ====== Ramos on Fire as Phillies Visit Jays - Newly acquired catcher, Wilson Ramos, has been everything Philadelphia hoped he would be. The two-time All Star is hitting .412 over four games since joining the Phillies to go along with seven hits. He’ll look to continue his hot streak against the lowly Toronto Blue Jays this Friday. Game time is 7:07 PM ET. ===== Phils-Nats in Epic Pitcher's Duel - Max Scherzer (2.11 ERA) and the 62-63 Washington Nationals host Aaron Nola (2.24 ERA) and the 68-56 Philadelphia Phillies this Thursday afternoon in a crucial National League East matchup – and a showdown between the top NL Cy Young candidates. First pitch is at 1:05 PM ET on the MLB Network.
==== Orioles-Jays at Rogers Centre - The 55-69 Toronto Blue Jays will send Thomas Pannone to the hill this Wednesday (12:37 PM ET, SNET) as he makes his first major-league start against David Hess and the visiting 37-87 Baltimore Orioles. Pannone has pitched 4.1 innings of relief for the Jays since serving his 80-game PED suspension. ====== Bieber Looks to Shine as Indians Visit Red Sox - Shane Bieber will be up against Nathan Eovaldi when the Indians visit the Red Sox on Tuesday. Bieber has produced a sparkling 2.70 ERA in August. Meanwhile, Eovaldi has been nearly as good for Boston this month, registering a 2.87 ERA while also leading his team to two wins in three August starts.
Comment: MLB Odds: Mets-Phillies at BB&T Ballpark - The Philadelphia Phillies (66-53, plus-12.98 units) continue their playoff chase in the NL East this Sunday when they host the New York Mets (51-67, minus-16.18 units) at 8:30 PM ET on ESPN. Sophomore northpaw Nick Pivetta (4.37 ERA) gets the nod for Philadelphia opposite veteran lefty Jason Vargas (8.10 ERA). ======= Cubs-Pirates in Pivotal NL Central Series - The NL Central-leading Chicago Cubs (68-49, minus-0.21 units) visit the Pittsburgh Pirates (61-58, plus-2.29 units) this Thursday in the opener of a four-game series that could change the playoff fate of both clubs. First pitch is at 7:05 PM ET; Jon Lester is due up for Chicago opposite Ivan Nova. ===== Familiar Faces Reunite in Jays-Royals - Thursday's series finale at Kauffman Stadium between the Toronto Blue Jays (54-65, minus-9.21 units) and the Kansas City Royals (36-83, minus-31.69 units) features two starting pitchers who were on opposite sides last year. Sam Gaviglio gets the nod for Toronto against Glenn Sparkman, beginning at 8:15 PM ET on Sportsnet. ==== Jays-Royals at Kauffman Stadium - Marco Estrada is due up for the Toronto Blue Jays (53-64, minus-8.92 units) this Wednesday when they visit Burch Smith and the hapless Kansas City Royals (35-82, minus-31.88 units). First pitch is at 8:15 PM ET on Sportsnet; Smith (6.97 ERA) has struggled since joining the Royalsâ€™ rotation in mid-July. =========== MLB Odds: Paxton Aims to Continue Dominance of Athletics on Tuesday - James Paxton will attempt to continue his dominance of the Oakland Athletics when he takes the mound opposite Mike Fiers Tuesday night. Paxton has been even sharper since the All-Star break, posting a 3.20 ERA compared to 3.70 before it. Overall, the Mariners have won seven of his last 11 outings.
Comment: MLB Odds: Mariners-Astros on TBS - Dallas Keuchel is due up for the Houston Astros (73-42, minus-2.33 units) this Sunday as they take on the Seattle Mariners (65-50, plus-7.80 units) in a key AL West matchup, beginning at 2:10 PM ET on TBS. But will struggling former ace Felix Hernandez make his scheduled start for Seattle? ===== Porcello Take Mound Against Jays - This Thursday (7:07 PM ET), Rick Porcello and the Boston Red Sox visit the Rogers Centre for the final game in a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays. The Jays will look to steal a game the red-hot Porcello, who is coming off of a one-hit complete game against the rival New York Yankees.
===== Added Relief for Cleveland Versus Twins - With fresh reinforcements waiting in the bullpen, reigning Cy Young winner Corey Kluber (2.63 ERA) will get the start for 61-49 Cleveland this Thursday when they host Jose Berrios (3.51 ERA) and the 52-58 Minnesota Twins in the finale of a four-game series. First pitch is at 1:10 PM ET =========== MLB Odds: Keuchel Back in Spotlight Opposite of Bumgarner on Tuesday - The Astros will send Dallas Keuchel to the mound on Tuesday when they visit the Giants. Keuchel, who has been absolutely dominant of late, will be looking for his fifth win in his last six starts when he pitches in San Francisco. The Giants will counter with Madison Bumgarner.
Comment: MLB odds - Boston Red Sox Vs. New York Yankees: The biggest rivalry in baseball resumes this Sunday night when the first-place Boston Red Sox (75-34, plus-24.23 units) host the New York Yankees (68-38, plus-1.84 units) at 8 PM ET on ESPN. Masahiro Tanaka is pencilled in to start for the Yankees, while David Price is due up for Boston. ===== The Pittsburgh Pirates will host the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday. They'll send Jameson Taillon to the mound, while the Cubs counter with Jon Lester. Lester is 7-1 on the road this season, and the Cubs have won 10 of his last 11 starts. ======= Provided he doesn't get traded else, Marcus Stroman (5.20 ERA) is due up for the 48-56 Toronto Blue Jays this Wednesday when they visit Sean Manaea (3.46 ERA) and the 61-46 Oakland Athletics. Game time is 3:35 PM ET on Sportsnet and the MLB Network. ======== The 44-59 New York Mets host the 56-47 Atlanta Braves this Thursday (7:10 PM ET) in a matchup of two NL East teams heading in opposite directions. Jason Vargas (8.36 ERA) is New York's likely starter, while Mike Foltynewicz (3.04 ERA) is expected for Atlanta. ===== . This Thursday (10:10 PM ET), the Seattle Mariners play host to the Toronto Blue Jays for the first of four games. Toronto's roster will look very different than when they last faced Seattle after a number of trades were executed in an attempt to revamp the Jays. Now with nothing to play for, fans can expect the audition of future Jays to begin.