Tuesday September 6 MLB Lines Are Out

The dog days of August are long past, and the September push for the playoffs continues. Corey Kluber and the Indians will face off against the Astros in the best matchup of the day. Toronto will try to bury the Yankees in the AL East, with the Rangers doing likewise to the Mariners in Seattle.


Atlanta Braves (Williams Perez, +1.92) at Washington Nationals (Gio Gonzalez, -2.10)

St. Louis Cardinals (Luke Weaver, -1.12) at Pittsburgh Pirates (Ryan Vogelsong, +1.04)

New York Mets (Rafael Montero, +1) at Cincinnati Reds (Brandon Finnegan, -1.08)

Philadelphia Phillies (Adam Morgan, +1.5) at Miami Marlins (Jose Urena, -1.63)

Chicago Cubs (Jason Hammel, -1.73) at Milwaukee Brewers (Wily Peralta, +1.59)

San Francisco Giants (Jeff Samardzija, +1.04) at Colorado Rockies (Tyler Anderson, -1.13)

Arizona Diamondbacks (Shelby Miller, +1.5) at Los Angeles Dodgers (Ross Stripling, -1.63)

Toronto Blue Jays (Aaron Sanchez, -1.43) at New York Yankees (Luis Cessa, +1.32)

Baltimore Orioles (Yovani Gallardo, +1.23) at Tampa Bay Rays (Jake Odorizzi, -1.33)

Houston Astros (Dallas Keuchel, +1.50) at Cleveland Indians (Corey Kluber, -1.63)

Detroit Tigers (Matt Boyd, -1.14) at Chicago White Sox (Miguel Gonzalez, +1.05)

Kansas City Royals (Dillon Gee, -1.02) at Minnesota Twins (Ervin Santana, -1.06)

LAA Angels (Ricky Nolasco, -1.02) at Oakland Athletics (Ross Detwiler, -1.06)

Texas Rangers (Martin Perez, +1.12) at Seattle Mariners (James Paxton, -1.21)

Boston Red Sox (Clay Buchholz, -1.88) at San Diego Padres (Paul Clemens, +1.73)

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