Top 5 MLB Games Today | How To Watch The Best MLB Games On June 29

There are 15 Major League Baseball games on June 29. As we begin summer, the MLB All-Star Game is just around the corner. Here are the five best games to watch. Betting odds courtesy of BetOnline, one of the best MLB sportsbooks and offshore sportsbooks. 

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5. Minnesota Twins @ Cleveland Guardians, Time: 7:10 PM ET, Live Stream: Jazz Sports

Bet Minnesota Twins Cleveland Guardians  Play
Moneyline -104 -106 BetOnline logo
Run Spread +1.5 (-208) -1.5 (+178) BetOnline logo
Total Runs Over 8.5 (-123) Under 8.5 (+103) BetOnline logo
  1. TV Channel: Bally Sports
  2. Live Stream: Jazz Sports

In a battle of the top two teams in the American League Central, the Minnesota Twins (43-34) lead the Cleveland Guardians (37-34) by three games. The Guardians will have the busier schedule down the stretch as the Twins have played six more games than their divisional opponents.

This is the fourth game of a rare five game series. On Monday, the Twins smoked the Guardians 11-0. Then on Tuesday, the Twins and Guardians split a doubleheader as Cleveland won the first game 3-2 and then Minnesota won the second game 6-0. In the Twins’s shutout win, Minnesota starting pitcher Josh Winder threw six shutout innings for the quality start.

On Wednesday, Dylan Bundy will get the start for Minnesota (4-4, 4.80 ERA). The Guardians will counter with Cal Quantrill (4-4, 3.76 ERA).


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4. Atlanta Braves @ Philadelphia Phillies, Time: 7:05 PM ET, Live Stream: Jazz Sports

Bet Atlanta Braves Philadelphia Phillies Play
Moneyline -129 +119 BetOnline logo
Run Spread -1.5 (+120) +1.5 (-140) BetOnline logo
Total Runs Over 9 (-105) Under 9 (-115) BetOnline logo
  1. TV Channel: NBC Sports Philadelphia/Bally Sports
  2. Live Stream: Jazz Sports

In this National League East Division battle, the Philadelphia Phillies (39-36) host the Atlanta Braves (43-32). The Braves are second place in the division and four games back of the New York Mets for the division lead.

The Braves won the opening game of the series by a score of 5-3 on Tuesday. With the game tied at three runs apiece heading into the eighth inning, the Braves got one run each in the eighth and ninth innings. Matt Olson hit a solo home run in the eighth inning to give Atlanta a 4-3 lead.

On the mound, the Braves will get a start from Kyle Wright (84, 3.18 ERA). The Phillies will counter with lefthander Ranger Suarez (64, 4.23 ERA).  


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3. Milwaukee Brewers @ Tampa Bay Rays, Time: 12:10 PM ET, Live Stream: Jazz Sports

Bet Milwaukee Brewers Tampa Bay Rays Play
Moneyline +114 -124 BetOnline logo
Run Spread +1.5  (-179) -1.5  (+159) BetOnline logo
Total Runs Over 7.5 (-117) Under 7.5 (-103) BetOnline logo
  1. TV Channel: Bally Sports
  2. Live Stream: Jazz Sports

This intriguing interleague matinee has the Tampa Bay Rays hosting the Milwaukee Brewers. The Rays are in the very difficult American League East at the moment, and have a record of 40 wins and 33 losses. The Brewers meanwhile lead the National League Central by half a game over the St. Louis Cardinals.

In the opening game of the series on Tuesday, the Brewers came through with a 5-3 win. Brewers starting pitcher Brandon Woodruff had 10 strikeouts, and Brewers third baseman Luis Urias had three runs batted in.

On the mound, the Rays will start Jalen Beeks (11, 2.59 ERA). The Brewers will counter with Eric Lauer (6-3, 3.89 ERA). 

2. Boston Red Sox @ Toronto Blue Jays, Time: 7:07 PM ET, Live Stream: Jazz Sports

Bet Boston Red Sox Toronto Blue Jays Play
Moneyline +148 -161 BetOnline logo
Run Spread +1.5 (-143) -1.5 (+123) BetOnline logo
Total Runs Over 8.5 (-105) Under 8.5 (-115) BetOnline logo
  1. TV Channel: NESN/Rogers Sportsnet
  2. Live Stream: Jazz Sports

In this American League East Division matchup, the Toronto Blue Jays (42-32) host the Boston Red Sox (42-33). The Blue Jays will be going after the series sweep on Wednesday. Toronto won 7-2 on Monday and 6-5 on Tuesday. In Tuesday’s win, the Blue Jays scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth for a dramatic come from behind victory. Vladimir Guerrero had the game-winning RBI single to give Toronto the win.

The pitching matchup on Wednesday has Canadian Nick Pivetta of Victoria, British Columbia pitching in his home country for the Red Sox. This season Pivetta is 8-5 with an ERA of 3.25 against Alek Manoah. What can you say about Manoah? The Jays’s second-year wonder star is 9-2 with an earned run average of 2.05.

1. Houston Astros @ New York Mets, Time: 1:10 PM ET, Live Stream: Jazz Sports

Bet Houston Astros New York Mets Play
Moneyline -132 +122 BetOnline logo
Run Spread -1.5 (+122) +1.5 (-142) BetOnline logo
Total Runs Over 8 (-120) Under 8 (+100) BetOnline logo
  1. TV Channel: AT&T/SNY
  2. Live Stream: Jazz Sports

Here we have the best Major League Baseball game of the day as the National League East leading New York Mets (47-28) host the American League West leading Houston Astros (46-27). The Astros have a commanding 10 game lead over the Texas Rangers in their division, while the Mets lead the Braves by four games in their division.

In the opening game of the series on Tuesday, the Astros spanked the Mets 9-1. Kyle Tucker, Yordan Alvarez and Yuli Gurriel all homered for Houston. Astros starting pitcher Framber Valdez threw eight shutout innings.

On Wednesday the Astros will start Justin Verlander (9-3, 2.22 ERA). The Mets will counter with Taijuan Walker (6-2, 3.03 ERA).