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Mets Yankees Subway Series Odds

Interleague play continues this weekend with the Subway Series between the Mets and Yankees dominating MLB betting attention. The Mets have breezed through interleague play so far with an 8-1 record that includes series sweeps over Baltimore and Cleveland.

The Mets also took two of three from the Yankees at Citi Field in May. In their last 10 games at Yankee Stadium, (both the old and the new versions) the Mets are 5-5, but in their last six stops in the Bronx, the Mets are 4-2.


Totals bettors may want to drop a bunch of cash on the OVER throughout the series. Runs have been plentiful when the Mets have visited Yankee Stadium in the past with an 8-2 OVER/UNDER in their last 10 games.

The weekend series begins on Friday with Hisanori Takahashi (5-2, 3.48) getting the start for the Mets and Javier Vazquez (6-5, 5.43) starting for the Yankees, who are -190 favorites at Bovada. Takahashi tossed a gem against the Orioles last time out, allowing only one run on six hits in seven innings. In his first career start against the Yankees last month, Takahashi pitched six shutout innings in a no-decision.

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Vazquez may finally be putting his slow start to the season behind him after winning his last three starts and posting a 5-1 mark in his last six. In his last outing against Houston Vazquez allowed three runs on six hits in seven innings to pick up the win. When he faced the Mets in May he pitched six shutout innings and allowed only one hit to earn the win.

The rest of the pitching matchups in the series are Mike Pelfrey (9-1, 2.39) and Phil Hughes (9-1, 3.11) in a battle of young guns on Saturday, and a southpaw matchup on Sunday between Johan Santana (5-2, 3.13) and CC Sabathia (7-3, 4.00). If you're looking for the must-watch game on the schedule tonight it's the Nationals at White Sox where Stephen Strasburg (2-0, 2.19) will make his next start.

The Nationals phenom wasn't as in control in his second turn as he was in his debut against Pittsburgh, but he still limited the Indians to one run on two hits with eight strikeouts in 5 1-3 innings. The only real blemish on Strasburg's line were the five walks that led to an exit in the sixth inning. The White Sox send Gavin Floyd (2-7, 5.64) up against the rookie.

Floyd is 0-3 in his last four starts despite allowing only one run on three hits in eight innings against the Cubs in his last start. The White Sox lost that game 1-0. Floyd's 1-5 road record and 5.40 road ERA don't deliver much confidence to the oddsmakers, as the Sox are a +160 road underdog tonight.