Monday's MLB Odds

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LAS VEGAS, NV (The Spread) - New series open up around Major League Baseball tonight and with that, here's a look at some of the key matchups.

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Two banged up teams will square off in Toronto tonight when the Blue Jays host the Yankees at 7:07PM ET. According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetDSI, the Blue Jays are -114 money line favorites over the Yankees, who are +105 money line underdogs. The pitching matchup features two youngsters in Chase Whitley and Marcus Stroman, while both lineups will be short starters as Brett Lawrie, Jose Bautista and Mark Teixeira were all injured over the weekend.

Speaking of injuries, over the last three days the Cardinals have had to place second baseman Kolten Wong and starters Michael Wacha and Jaime Garcia on the disabled list with various shoulder injuries. St. Louis starts a new series in Colorado tonight and with Lance Lynn on the mound, the Cards are -109 money line favorites. The Rockies, losers of six straight, will start Jhoulys Chacin and are currently +101 underdogs.

Staying out west, the Giants will host the Padres tonight at 10:15PM ET. After falling into a horrendous funk over the past two weeks, San Francisco has rebounded to win two in a row and are -130 money line favorites tonight versus a San Diego team that just fired GM Josh Byrnes. The Padres will send Omar Despaigne to the mound to oppose Matt Cain.

One of the best matchups of the night will take place in Milwaukee when the Brewers host the Nationals at 8:10PM ET. Washington will throw Gio Gonzalez versus Matt Garza, as Washington is +109 on the money line and Milwaukee is a -118 money line favorite. The Nationals are 4-1 in their last five trips to Milwaukee.

For a complete list of odds for every matchup tonight, click here.

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