A pair of Major League Baseball playoff bound teams make up our parlay wagering best bet today as the New York Mets visit the Philadelphia Phillies and the Toronto Blue Jays battle the Baltimore Orioles. Even though they have secured postseason positions, the Mets and Blue Jays still have a lot to play for as they look to solidify their playoff positioning. Both of these contests, from Citizens Bank Park and Oriole Park at Camden Yards respectively, are slated for 7:05 PM ET on September 29, 2015. Back New York and Toronto tonight.
New York vs Philadelphia: Mets have dominated the Phillies
Looking to continue their frolicking ways over the Phillies, the New York Mets roll into Philadelphia to open a three-game series tonight. The Mets hold a 14-2 season series edge and they are 6-1 in games played in Philadelphia. New York has outscored Philadelphia by a 103-62 margin this season and the Mets swept the Phillies by 40-21 count during a four-game series in Philadelphia at the end of August. RHP Bartolo Colon (14-12 ERA 4.15) faces RHP David Buchanan (2-9 ERA 7.96) in the rumble on the rubber tonight. New York is hot as they are riding a four game winning streak.
Toronto vs Baltimore: Blue Jays look for two in a row against the Orioles
Following a Blue Jays 4-3 win last night, that officially eliminated the Orioles from the playoffs, Toronto looks to make it two straight as they play the second of a four-game series in Baltimore. Toronto’s victory, couple with a loss by a crashing Kansas City club, has the Blue Jays one game up on the Royals in the race for first place overall in the American League. With a win – plus a loss by the Yankees - Toronto can clinch the AL East regular season pennant tonight. RHP Marcus Stroman (3-0 ERA 1.89) is up against RHP Miguel Gonzalez (9-11 ERA 4.85) in the battle on the bump.
MLB Parlay Prediction: The Mets and Blue Jays are both fighting for a measure of home-field advantage in the playoffs. New York has a two game lead on the Dodgers who they will meet in the NLDS in October. Thanks to the American League victory in the MLB 2015 All-Star game, Toronto can earn home-field advantage throughout the playoffs if they can hold off Kansas City. Apart from the fact that they are both visitors, Toronto and New York are both prime picks tonight. Tie the Mets and Blue Jays together with a 500 unit parlay wager on the money line prices posted at the SportsInteraction online sportsbook. Get into the game by clicking the odds image below.
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