ESPN Monday Night Baseball will be an American League East division clash on June 30th when the Tampa Bay Rays open a series against the New York Yankees. The Rays and Yankees will get things started from New York at 7PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.
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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have home side New York Yankees the -110 wagering favorite with the return on the road underdog Tampa Bay Rays at +100 odds. The over under line is set at 8 runs. Those betting the New York Yankees on the run line and laying the -1 ½ runs will get back +175 odds. Bettors choosing to take the +1 ½ run head start with the Tampa Bay Rays will have to lay -210 odds for their run line wager.
It has been a disappointing first half of the year for the Tampa Bay Rays. The team sits in the basement of the AL East with a record of 35-49 and is ten games back of the first place Toronto Blue Jays. By far the Blue Jays have been the biggest money burners in baseball during the 2014 season with a -26.70 units lost to bettors. The team has been weak offensively pushing across just 3.79 runs per game ranking 26th in all of baseball. They have been unlucky as well as the club lost Matt Moore their staff ace for the season with Tommy John surgery. The club can feel good about themselves on Monday as they enter this series with the Yankees winners of four of their past five games after winning three of the four games at Baltimore over the weekend. It has been an up and down year for the Yankees. They sit in third place in the AL East division with a 41-39 record. They have lost three consecutive series as the team has dropped six of their past nine games after losing to Boston at home on Sunday Night Baseball.