NY Yankees vs. Red Sox: Odds, Player Props & Injury Updates – NY Sports Day

  • September 14, 2022

Baseball’s most bitter rivalry renews this week for a quick two-game series at Fenway Park the oldest venue in the game.
While these two games don’t have the same feel that late-season clashes between the Yankees and Red Sox typically have, they will be important in the near-term standings shuffle of the American League East, where one team is surging, one team is sagging, and two others are frantically trying to hang on. The fifth is the Red Sox, who are trying on “spoiler” jackets for size.
Oddsmakers will likely have the Yankees favored on the road in both games. In the game on Tuesday, Sept. 13, their ace is on the hill following one of his most dominant outings this season.
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Here are the most competitive odds for this week’s games. This is just a sampling of the wagers that are available. Check out these sportsbooks to browse moneylines, run lines, and totals.
The great Yankee offense, one-dimensional as it is, finally awoke from a month-long funk last weekend against the Rays. Is that a trend or an anomaly? We’ll find out this week. The Yankees will make the playoffs, and oddsmakers still like the teams as one of the favorites to win the World Series, but a 16-22 record since Aug. 1 feels more like “chumps” than champs.
It’s been several years since the Yankees have had so many injuries in such a short time. The team doctor might want to ask for a raise, and we haven’t witnessed such a variety of ailments on any MLB team in recent memory. Still, Aaron Boone’s team is finding the grit to fend off the Rays and other challengers, for now.
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