Daily MLB Previews for 6/3
There are some great matchups today. Here you can find the previews for all the games.
New York Yankees (28-24) vs. Detroit Tigers (25-28) 1:05 PM ET Preview
Boston Red Sox (28-25) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (27-26) 1:07 PM ET Preview
It took 53 games, but Boston is finally out of the American League East basement after winning its first two games in Toronto, including a 7-4 triumph on Saturday. The Red Sox, who are 16-6 since May 10, have climbed to within two games of division leaders Baltimore and Tampa Bay. Toronto, meanwhile, has lost seven of their last 10 and are now in last place despite a winning record. Boston is 3-2 against the Blue Jays this season, and the teams have split their last 10 meetings.
Baltimore Orioles (30-23) vs. Tampa Bay Rays (30-23) 1:40 PM ET Preview
Seattle Mariners (24-31) vs. Chicago White Sox (30-23) 2:10 PM ET Preview
Oakland Athletics (23-30) vs. Kansas City Royals (22-29) 2:10 PM ET Preview
Minnesota Twins (19-33) vs. Cleveland Indians (28-24) 3:05 PM ET Preview
Texas Rangers (31-22) vs. Los Angeles Angels (28-26) 3:35 PM ET Preview
Atlanta Braves (28-25) vs. Washington Nationals (30-21) 1:35 PM ET Preview
Miami Marlins (30-23) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (28-26) 1:35 PM ET Preview
Cincinnati Reds (30-22) vs. Houston Astros (22-31) 2:05 PM ET Preview
Pittsburgh Pirates (26-26) vs. Milwaukee Brewers (24-29) 2:10 PM ET Preview
Los Angeles Dodgers (33-20) vs. Colorado Rockies (22-30) 3:10 PM ET Preview
Chicago Cubs (18-34) vs. San Francisco Giants (29-24) 4:05 PM ET Preview
Arizona Diamondbacks (24-29) vs. San Diego Padres (18-36) 6:35 PM ET Preview
St. Louis Cardinals (27-26) vs. New York Mets (30-23) 8:05 PM ET Preview
Having been shut out in back-to-back games for the first time since August 2010, the Cardinals will try to get on the scoreboard when their four-game series against the Mets resumes Sunday. St. Louis has dropped four straight overall, and is now just one game over .500.
New York, which has won eight of 11, notched its first consecutive shutouts since August 2010. Those also were thrown by Johan Santana and R.A. Dickey. Mets 3B David Wright has three doubles and four RBIs in his last four games, including a solo homer in Saturday’s 5-0 win.
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- Braves hope to stay hot on road as they visit Mets
- Rolling Blue Jays turn to Nolin vs. Orioles
- A’s try to remain perfect this season vs. Astros
- Nats seek to get offense going against rival Phillies
- Rays hope to extend home success over Yankees
- Sanchez aims to bounce back as Tigers take on Twins
- Masterson hopes to keep Indians rolling in Boston
- Rockies, Giants try to separate themselves atop the NL West
- Mariners head home to face AL West-leading Rangers
- Angels shoot for sixth straight win in Kansas City