The Thursday sports card features MLB and CFL action.
Major League Baseball has ten games on its schedule. The Miami Marlins host the Colorado Rockies at 12:10 PM ET. The Marlins won their third game in their last four in a 7-4 victory against the Rockies on Wednesday. They raised their record to 31-36 with the victory. Colorado has lost two in a row to fall to 30-39 with the setback. Braxton Garrett pitches for Miami against Kyle Freeland for the Rockies. Miami is a -140 money line favorite, with the total set at 8.5 (all odds from DraftKings).
The Atlanta Braves host the San Francisco Giants at 12:20 PM ET. The Braves won for the third time in their last four games with their 4-3 victory against the Giants on Wednesday. They improved to 40-30 with the win. San Francisco fell to 38-29 with the loss. Atlanta pitches Kyle Wright against the Giants Alex Wood. The Braves are a -155 money line favorite with an over/under of 9.5.
Two MLB games throw out the first pitch at 12:35 PM ET. Los Angeles plays at Cincinnati after the Dodgers beat them, 8-4, on Wednesday. The Dodgers have a 42-25 record. The Reds fell to 23-45. Clayton Kershaw takes the ball for Los Angeles against Hunter Greene of the Reds. The Dodgers are a -230 money line road favorite with a total of 9. Chicago plays at Pittsburgh after the Cubs beat them yesterday, 14-5. The Cubs improved to 26-43 with the victory, while the Pirates dropped to 28-40 with the setback. Justin Steele pitches for Chicago against Jose Quintana for the Pirates. The Cubs are a -120 money line road favorite with an over/under of 8.5.
The Minnesota Twins host the Cleveland Guardians at 1:10 PM ET. The Twins ended a two-game losing streak with their 10-7 victory against the Guardians last night. They raised their record to 39-31 with the win. The Guardians record fell to 35-29 with the loss. Minnesota gives the ball to Delvin Smeltzer to pitch against Cleveland’s Zack Plesac. The Twins are a -135 money line favorite with a total of 9.5.
The St. Louis Cardinals visit Milwaukee to play the Brewers at 2:10 PM ET. The Cardinals have a 41-31 record after their 5-4 victory against the Brewers on Wednesday. Milwaukee fell to 39-32 on the season. Dakota Hudson pitches for St. Louis against Jason Alexander for the Brewers. The Cardinals are a -115 money line road favorite with an over/under of 9.5.
The Seattle Mariners travel to Oakland to play the A’s at 3:37 PM ET. The Mariners shut out the A’s yesterday, 4-0, to improve their record to 31-39. Oakland’s record fell to 23-47. Seattle pitches Robbie Ray against the A’s Frankie Montas. The Mariners are a -135 money line road favorite with a total of 7.
The New York Yankees play at home against the Houston Astros at 7:05 PM ET. The Yankees won their second game in their last three with a 5-4 victory at Tampa Bay on Wednesday. They raised their record to 51-18. The Astros won for the sixth time in their last seven games in a 5-3 win at New York against the Mets. Houston has a 43-25 record. New York turns to Jameson Taillon in their starting rotation against Houston’s Framber Valdez. The Yankees are a -125 money line road favorite with an over/under of 8.5.
The Chicago White Sox host the Baltimore Orioles at 8:10 PM ET. The White Sox were on a two-game winning streak before their 9-5 loss at home against Toronto yesterday. They have a 33-34 record. The Orioles won for the fourth time in their last six games with their 7-0 victory against Washington. Baltimore has a 31-39 record. Johnny Cueto pitches for Chicago against Dean Kremer for Baltimore. The White Sox are a -165 money line favorite with a total of 7.
The San Diego Padres are at home against the Philadelphia Phillies at 9:40 PM ET. The Padres won their third straight game with a 10-4 victory against Arizona on Wednesday. They improved their record to 44-27. The Phillies lost their third game in a row in a 4-2 loss at Texas yesterday to drop their record to 36-34. San Diego pitches Joe Musgrove against Philadelphia’s Ranger Suarez. The Padres are a -145 money line favorite with an over/under of 7.
Week 3 in the Canadian Football League kicks off with one game. The Montreal Alouettes are at home against the Saskatchewan Roughriders at 7:30 PM ET. The Alouettes lost their second straight game to start the season with a 20-19 loss at Toronto as a 3-point underdog last Thursday. The Roughriders improved to 2-0 this season with a 26-16 victory at Edmonton as a 7.5-point favorite on Saturday. Saskatchewan is a 3-point road favorite with a total of 46.