Updated: Jun 27
On this day in Baseball History June 26, 1968 - The major league Executive Council decides that both the A.L. and N.L. will play 162-game schedules in 1969 and operate two six-team divisions.
Cincinnati Reds (24-47) at San Francisco Giants (39-32)
The Cincinnati Reds are starting to look like the Reds from the start of the season, and they haven’t had much luck with Tyler Mahle on the mound, and he’s lost 5 of his last 6 outings. Anthony DeSclafani has had his issues this season, and that includes allowing 28 hits and 14 runs in his last 16.1 innings. This is one of those spots where you just close your eyes. TAKE: REDS +130 WIN 8-5
Philadelphia Phillies (38-35) AT San Diego Padres (45-29)
The Phillies won last night, but a big loss came with it. That loss was Bryce Harper. Harper got hit in the hand with a fastball from Blake Snell that will put him on the IL for an extended period of time. Harper was having yet another MVP-caliber season
Yu Darvish, who, when right, is one of the best pitchers in all of baseball. The Padres are currently dealing with a lot of injuries of their own as they are without their two best players in Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr. Tatis has not played yet this season. TAKE: PHILLIES +135 WIN 10-3
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