MLB Weekly Roundup- May 28

As the MLB regular season closes out its second month of games, the hottest team in the league right now is the Toronto Blue Jays. Through Tuesday night’s 9-6 victory over Tampa Bay as 107 home favorites on BetAnySports’ closing MLB betting moneyline, they have won eight straight games and 13 of their last 15 outings. The Blue Jays are now three games ahead of New York in the AL East at 31-22.

Detroit still has a healthy five-game lead over Chicago in the AL Central with an overall record of 29-19, but the Tigers are headed in the opposite direction with just three wins in their last 10 games. They were swept by Cleveland in three games last week and they dropped three of four to Texas over the weekend. Detroit remains the only team in that division with a record above .500.

The Oakland Athletics have welcomed the Tigers to town this week for an extended four-game series and so far the two division leaders have split the first two contests. The A’s dropped a 6-5 decision on Tuesday night as 131 home favorites. BetAnySports has opened them as slight 117 favorites for Wednesday’s Game 3. Oakland is 31-21 overall and holding a tenuous game and half lead over the Los Angeles Angels in the AL West after going just 5-5 in its last 10 games.

The Atlanta Braves have lost the first two games to Boston this week as part of a four-game interleague clash to fall to 28-23 on the year. Their lead over a surprising 27-25 Miami team is now just a game and a half. Both teams are 6-4 in their last 10 games and the only two teams in the NL East with a winning record.
The NL Central is starting to turn into a two-team race between the upstart Milwaukee Brewers and the favored St. Louis Cardinals. The Brewers are 31-22 overall with a 4-6 mark in their last 10 games while the Cardinals have closed the gap to 1.5 games with a 7-3 run in their last 10 outings. Pittsburgh has fallen seven games back and Cincinnati trails by 7.5 games after losing seven of its last 10 contests.

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San Francisco remains the top team in the National League with an overall record of 33-19. It has a 4.5 game lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West race with Colorado sitting five games out of the lead. The Giants have gone a MLB-best 18-9 at home this season and they are coming off a 4-0 shutout of the Chicago Cubs as 170 home favorites on Tuesday night to even this week’s three-game series at a game apiece. BetAnySports has opened them as 156 favorites on its MLB betting odds to take this series with a win on Wednesday afternoon.


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