New York Mets Baseball Odds too Hot for Yankees
The Subway Series resumes this Friday with the New York Mets baseball match against the New York Yankees. It’s Game 1 of a three-game set at New Yankee Stadium. These two teams have met in interleague play every year since 1997, with the Yankees holding a 56-42 edge, consisting of 29-20 in the Bronx. MLB Network will certainly be on hand for the most recent chapter beginning at 7:05 PM ET.
The Mets have a great chance of cutting into that lead. After years of average outcomes, they’re the hottest team in the National League, and they’ve got among them the best pitchers prepared to take the mound on Friday. Jacob deGrom (2.64 profession FIP in 25 starts) allowed only two earned runs in his first three starts combined, which’s excellent for one wagering unit of revenue on a team record of 2-1.
The Yankees are expected to react with Michael Pineda (3.16 profession FIP in 44 starts), who has currently racked up 3.04 betting units after leading the Bronx Bombers to three straight victories. Pineda has an unattractive 5.00 ERA so far in 2015, but his 2.63 FIP and abnormally high.392 BABIP tell a better story of how well Pineda has pitched this year.