Top 5 MLB Games Today | How To Watch The Best MLB Games On May 27

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There are 14 Major League Baseball games to be played on Thursday. Here is how you can watch the best five. Odds courtesy of

5) Philadelphia Phillies @ New York Mets–NBC Sports Philadelphia/WPIX–7:10 pm ET

In this National League East Division battle, the first place Mets (-159) host the second place Phillies (+
147). Even though these are the top two teams in the division, the Mets (29-17) lead the Phillies (21-24) by a commanding 7.5 games.

4) Los Angeles Dodgers @ Arizona Diamondbacks–SNLA/Bally Sports–9:40 PM ET

In this National League West Division battle, Madison Bumgarner gets the start for the Diamondbacks (+134). The winner of 129 career games has an ERA of 2.76, his lowest ERA since 2016. The Dodgers (-145) will counter with Ryan Pepiot, who will make his third career start.

3) Toronto Blue Jays @ Los Angeles Angels–Apple TV+–9:38 PM ET

In this intriguing American League battle, the Angels (27-19) are second in the American League West (2.5 games back of the Houston Astros). The Blue Jays (24-20) are third in the American League East. Alek Manoah has been terrific for the Blue Jays (-124) in 2022 (5-1, 1.62 ERA). The Angels (+114) counter with rookie Chase Silseth, who has an ERA of 2.61 after his first two starts.

2) New York Yankees @ Tampa Bay Rays–Amazon Prime Video/Bally Sports–7:10 PM ET

In a battle of the two top teams in the American League East, the Yankees (32-11) travel to central Florida to take on the Rays (26-18). The Yankees (+108) will start Canadian Jameson Taillon (4-1, 2.95), while the Rays (-118) counter with Jeffrey Springs of Belmont, North Carolina, who has an outstanding ERA of 1.32 after 12 games.

1) Milwaukee Brewers @ St. Louis Cardinals–Bally Sports–8:15 PM ET

In this National League Central Division battle, the first place Milwaukee Brewers (29-16) lead the second place St. Louis Cardinals (24-20) by four and a half games. Brandon Woodruff (5-2, 4.76 ERA) gets the start for Milwaukee and Dakota Hudson (3-2, 3.60 ERA) gets the start for the Cardinals. The Brewers (-135) beat the Cardinals (+125) by a score of 4-3 to open the series on Thursday.




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