With the loss, the Jays (67-52, –0.61 betting units) fell into a tie with the Baltimore Orioles for first place in the division, with the Boston Red Sox trailing by one and the Yankees (61-57, –0.73 units) 5.5 games behind. Toronto will send JA Happ (3.75 FIP) to the mound on Wednesday; he's led the team to 11 straight wins over the past two months, vaulting into third place among pitchers on the MLB money list at +11.79 units.
New York responds with veteran lefty CC Sabathia (4.42 FIP), who has the Yankees in the black at +1.85 units on a team record of 11-10, including three wins in his last four games. Both teams are missing outfielders for Wednesday's matchup: Brett Gardner for New York and Jose Bautista for Toronto.
MLB Odds: Jays Wrap Up Key Series with Yankees
With the AL East race coming down the home stretch, the Toronto Blue Jays (67-52, –0.61 betting units) visit the New York Yankees (61-57, –0.73 units) this Wednesday in the finale of a three-game series. Sportsnet has the coverage starting at 1:05 PM ET.
After losing the opener 1-0 to the Yankees (+105), Toronto fell into a first-place tie with the Baltimore Orioles, one game ahead of the Boston Red Sox and 5.5 up on the Yankees. JA Happ (3.75 FIP) is scheduled to pitch the finale against CC Sabathia (4.42 FIP) in a battle of veteran southpaws.