Sports Betting Weekend: Tribe Facing O's

A few days ago it looked like this weekend’s matchup between the Cleveland Indians and the Baltimore Orioles was going to be a showdown of division leaders. After the Orioles' recent stumble that may not be the case.

The Orioles host Cleveland starting Friday and heading into the finale of their four-game series with the New York Yankees on Thursday they had lost four straight games. That knocked them down to second place in the American League East standings.

Sports Betting Week: NLCS Rematch on Tap

The New York Mets and the Chicago Cubs meet up at Wrigley Field this week in another rematch of last year’s NLCS. The first time the Mets and Cubs met up this season it didn’t go well for Chicago, as the Mets swept that four-game series in New York, and when you include last year’s playoff series they have won eight straight against the Cubs.

Sports Betting Weekend: Baseball Returns

Baseball returns from its All-Star Break on Friday with the latest showdown in the greatest rivalry in the game, the Boston Red Sox at the New York Yankees.

The matchup doesn’t hold as much weight as it has in previous years with the Yankees falling back in the American League East. Boston enters the series having won four straight and six of their last seven games. Against the Yankees this season the Red Sox are 4-2 and they’re also 3-1 in their last four games at Yankee Stadium.

Sports Betting Week: HR Derby, British Open

Major League Baseball takes a few days off this week for the All-Star Break. However, bettors aren’t shut out from baseball wagering.

The All-Star festivities begin Monday night with the Home Run Derby. A field of eight will swing for the fences with two former champions, 2015 winner Todd Frazier and 2011 winner Robinson Cano, looking to repeat.

Sports Betting Weekend: MLB & UFC Focus

Fresh off a sweep of the Kansas City Royals, the Toronto Blue Jays carry a five-game winning streak into a weekend series with the Detroit Tigers.

The Tigers are also surging right now with a 7-2 record in their last nine games. In three previous meetings this season the Tigers are 2-1 versus Toronto, but the Jays hold a 5-2 edge in their last seven matchups. Toronto has also won their last five home games against Detroit.