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2020 MLB Playoffs: Astros vs. Rays odds, picks, ALCS Game 2 predictions from proven model

The Tampa Bay Rays and the Houston Astros take the field in Game 2 of the 2020 American League Championship Series on Monday afternoon. The Rays lead this 2020 MLB Playoffs series after a 2-1 victory in Game 1. Lance McCullers is scheduled to start for Houston, with Charlie Morton, who played for the Astros from 2017-18, on the mound for Tampa Bay. First pitch is at 4:07 p.m. ET in San Diego. 

William Hill lists Tampa Bay as the -130 favorite, up from opening at -125. The over-under for total runs expected is set at eight in the latest Astros vs. Rays odds. Before making any Rays vs. Astros picks, check out the latest MLB predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

This model, which simulates every pitch 10,000 times, returned more than $1,400 on its top-rated MLB money-line and run-line picks in 2019, and anyone who followed it saw

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2020 MLB Playoffs: Astros vs. Rays odds, picks, ALCS Game 1 predictions from proven model

The Houston Astros and the Tampa Bay Rays will face off in Game 1 of the 2020 American League Championship Series on Sunday evening. Houston advanced with an ALDS win over the Oakland Athletics, while Tampa Bay outlasted the New York Yankees. Blake Snell takes the ball for the Rays in Game 1, with Framber Valdez on the hill for the Astros. 

First pitch is at 7:37 p.m. ET in San Diego. Tampa Bay is the -145 favorite on the money line in the latest Astros vs. Rays odds from William Hill, while the over-under for total runs scored is 8.5. Before you make any Rays vs. Astros picks, check out the latest MLB predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

This model, which simulates every pitch 10,000 times, returned more than $1,400 on its top-rated money-line and run-line picks, and anyone who followed it saw huge rewards. It also got

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Rays Get Revenge in Epic Fashion to Oust One-Dimensional Yankees in ALDS | Bleacher Report

Tampa Bay Rays' Michael Brosseau celebrates after hitting a solo home run during the eighth inning in Game 5 of a baseball AL Division Series against the New York Yankees, Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

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SAN DIEGO — Mike Brosseau was an undrafted free agent from Northwest Indiana who until Friday night was just another anonymous—albeit useful—piece on baseball’s most anonymous team.

Aroldis Chapman was the Cuban Missile, the much-celebrated gazillion-dollar New York Yankees closer who helped the Chicago Cubs win a World Series, is a six-time All-Star and throws high-octane fastballs that make grown men weep.

Before Friday’s series-clinching 2-1 victory for the  Tampa Bay Rays, the pair had run into each other one other high-profile time, back on Sept. 1. Chapman sent one of his celebrated 100 mph fastballs whizzing toward Brosseau’s head, a rudeness that caused the benches to clear and the Yankees and Rays to loathe one another even more than they already did.

Then came the eighth inning of one of the best baseball games you’ll ever see, a tight, taut and pulsating winner-take-all affair that

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