1:35 p.m. ET: Tampa Bay Rays (36-29) at Baltimore Orioles (29-38)
These AL East rivals have split the first two games of the series. The Orioles stole Friday night's opener 1-0, cashing as +130 home dogs. Then the Rays bounced back with a 7-6 win on Saturday, taking care of business as -175 road favorites. In this early afternoon rubber match, Tampa Bay hands the ball to veteran righty Corey Kluber (3-3, 3.50 ERA) and Baltimore counters with fellow righty Jordan Lyles (4-5, 5.10 ERA). This line opened with the Rays listed as a -130 road favorite and the Orioles a +110 home dog. Pros have sided with Tampa Bay, steaming the Rays up from -130 to -150. Road favorites are 231-132 (64%) this season. Favorites who made the playoffs last season against teams who did not are 269-143 (65%). The Rays are 29-16 as a favorite and 27-22 against righties. The Orioles are 26-36 as a dog and just 17-25 against righties. Tampa Bay's team ERA is 3.16 compared to Baltimore's 4.32. The Rays are 5-3 against the Orioles this season. Tampa Bay is +18 run differential. Baltimore is -40.
1:35 p.m. ET: St. Louis Cardinals (38-29) at Boston Red Sox (35-31)
These Interleague foes have split the first two games of the series, with the Red Sox taking the opener 6-5 as -120 favorites and then the Cardinals winning on Saturday 11-2 as -110 road favorites. In this afternoon's rubber match, St. Louis taps righty Andre Pallante (2-1, 1.46 ERA) and Boston rebuttals with fellow righty Nick Pivetta (6-5, 3.50 ERA). This line opened with the Red Sox listed as a -125 home favorite and the Cardinals a +105 road dog. Pros have hammered Boston, steaming the Red Sox up from -125 to -145. Favorites off a loss who made the playoffs last season are 129-66 (66%) this season. Boston is 21-14 as a favorite. St. Louis is 13-17 as a dog. The Red Sox are 6-1 in Pivetta's last seven starts.
1:37 p.m. ET: New York Yankees (49-16) at Toronto Blue Jays (37-28)
The Yankees have taken the first two games of this AL East matchup, winning the opener 12-3 as -115 road favorites and winning again on Saturday 4-0 as +130 road dogs. New York has now won 9-straight to improve to 16-1 over their last 17 games. In this afternoon's series finale, the Yankees start righty Luis Severino (4-1. 2.80 ERA) and the Jays send out lefty Yusei Kikuchi (2-3, 4.80 ERA). This line opened with the Yankees listed as a -120 road favorite and the Jays a +100 home dog. Sharps have hammered the red-hot Bronx Bombers, steaming the Yankees up from -120 to -155. Road favorites who made the playoffs last season against teams who did not are 127-63 (67%) this season. New York is 45-15 as a favorite, 20-9 on the road and 15-5 against lefties. The Yankees are 8-3 against the Jays this season. New York is +144 in run differential. Toronto is +23.