MLB Betting Weekly Roundup – June 25

MLB Baseball Betting Predictions, Picks, Trends, Odds, & Lines – Colorado Rockies vs. Toronto Blue Jays
As the summer weather starts to heat up so are the MLB division title races in both the American and National League. The 2014 regular season is rapidly approaching the halfway point as several teams continue to jockey for position in their run for a spot in the postseason.

The Toronto Blue Jays are still holding down the top spot in the AL East at 44-35 as of Tuesday night’s games. They have a 2.5-game lead over Baltimore and New York is just 3.5 games back. The Blue Jays stretched the gap over the Yankees with a 7-6 victory on Tuesday as 128 home favorites on BetAnySports’ closing MLB moneyline.

The Detroit Tigers are back on top in the AL Central on the strength of a five-game winning streak. They are now 41-32 on the year and three games ahead of Kansas City in the standings. The Royals briefly captured the lead last week after taking three of four from the Tigers, but they have now dropped four of their last five outings.

The AL West is a three-way battle between Oakland, Los Angeles and Seattle. The Athletics have had the upper hand all season long and they are currently four games ahead of the Angels. The Mariners are 5.5 games back and picking-up speed with eight victories in their last 10 games. They have won five straight heading into Wednesday’s contest against Boston as 147 home favorites on BetAnySports betting odds for the game.

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Just six games separate last from first in the NL East with Washington holding a two game lead over Atlanta in that division at 41-35. The Nationals have won their last four games including a 4-2 victory against Milwaukee on Tuesday night as slight 101 road underdogs.

The Brewers have been one of the biggest surprises this season and they continue to lead the way with the best record in the NL at 47-32. Milwaukee is 4.5 games ahead of St. Louis in the NL Central on the strength of an impressive 27-15 record on the road this season. The Cardinals are 42-36 after going 6-4 in their last 10 games.

San Francisco is starting to feel the heat in the NL West title race with just two wins in its last 10 games. The Giants (45-32) are now just three games ahead of Los Angeles (43-36) in the standings after the Dodgers posted a 7-3 mark over the same stretch of games. Los Angeles is another team that has been a tough out on the road with a record of 25-16.

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