2015 MLB Season

2015 MLB Season

Major League Baseball’s regular season gets going as St. Louis and Chicago played the first game Sunday night; the Cubs lost, 3-0. Monday’s games will start just after 1 p.m. ET and continue well into the night, as 28 teams play

Some other baseball news today is the late trade between the San Diego Padres and the Atlanta Braves, who sent their All Star closer Craig Kimbrel and another player to San Diego in exchange for four players and a draft pick.

Fans of the Washington Nationals and Seattle Mariners are hoping their teams deliver on high expectations that they’ll play deep into this year’s postseason. Meanwhile, fans in St. Louis, Baltimore, and Los Angeles are primed for their home teams to win big.

Of course, amid all the expectations, we should all bear in mind that two wild-card teams played in last year’s World Series and let´s not forget that in 204 days, two teams will face off in the 2015 World Series.

Additionally, the Toronto Blue Jays have two exciting young players in pitcher Daniel Norris and center fielder Dalton Pompey. The Cubs have a trio of budding stars in outfielder Jorge Soler, second baseman Javier Baez, and third baseman Kris Bryant, who hit back-to-back-to-back homers last month.

Josr Bautista, Francisco Cervelli

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And many folks in Boston and beyond are looking forward to watching the Red Sox’ outfielder/second baseman Mookie Betts, 22, get more playing time in 2015.

Be sure to check out this Baseball almanac for key MLB upcoming dates:

  • April 15: Jackie Robinson Day
  • June 15: Major League Baseball Draft
  • July 14: 2015 All-Star Game
  • Sept. 1: Rosters Increase from 25 to 40
  • Sept. 16: Roberto Clemente Day
  • Oct. 27: 2015 World Series Begins

Some of today’s highlight games are and money lines. At Citizen Bank Park the Phillies try to pick up a win on home turf and reward those moneyline betting:

Boston Red Sox    -137  

Philadelphia Phillies  +127

Betting fans looking to pick the visiting Toronto Blue Jays before the first pitch in this match found them as 127 moneyline underdogs earlier today

Toronto Blue Jays   +105

New York Yankees   -115

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