The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees will face off in a series rubber match on Sunday Night Baseball.
The Red Sox took Game 1 by a final score of 3-2, then the Yankees evened up the series on Saturday with a 3-1 victory.
The two teams will now play each other in a tiebreaker at Yankee Stadium tonight. Let's dive into the odds for the game and then I'll give you my best bet.
Red Sox vs. Yankees odds, run line, and total
Red Sox vs. Yankees prediction and odds
The Red Sox got off to a red hot start to the season, but their offense has struggled lately, especially against right-handed pitchers. Over the last 30 days, they're 22nd in OPS against righties, while the Yankees are eighth over the same stretch of time.
This is critical because tonight's game is a battle of righties between Brayan Bello and Clarke Schmidt.
Bello's 3.97 ERA is solid, but a 4.37 FIP (Fielding Independent Pitching) is an indication of some potential regression in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, the opposite is true for Schmidt of the Yankees, whose 4.96 ERA is at a higher mark than his 4.31 FIP, which indicates positive regression is on its way.
I'll back the Yankees to win Sunday night's rubber match.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.