At 9:38 PM ET, the Yankees and Angels face off in an AL matchup. This one is being played at Angel Stadium of Anaheim in Anaheim, and the Angels are on a two-game winning streak vs. the Yankees, who are 37-19 overall.

New York is starting Luis Gil, while the Angels are going with Tyler Anderson. The money line odds have the Yankees as the favorites, with their line sitting at -192 compared to the Angels at +161. The over/under line is currently 8.5 runs, and BSW will be televising this one.


The Pick: Los Angeles Angels Moneyline +161

This game will be played at Angel Stadium of Anaheim at 9:38 ET on Wednesday, May 29th.


  • We have the Angels winning by a score of 6 to 5
  • If you're looking for a run line pick, we also like the Angels to cover
  • As for an over/under pick, we have this game finishing with 11 runs and like the over

Los Angeles picked up a 4-3 win over the Yankees in the most recent game of this series. The Angels had a two-run lead heading into the 8th inning, and the Yankees could only muster one run in the 9th. Heading into the game, the Angels were at +155 on the money line.

Griffin Canning got the start for the Angels, going just five innings while giving up three runs and striking out five. Matt Moore came out of the bullpen for the win, and Carlos Estevez got the save. Nestor Cortes only went 5 1/3 innings for the Yankees, giving up two earned runs on five hits.

Kevin Pillar and Luis Rengifo each had three hits and two RBIs for the Angels' offense. Taylor Ward also drove in two runs while going 1/4. Juan Soto hit the game's only home run while going 2/5 with two RBIs.

Yankees Records & Stats

The Yankees are 37-19 overall this season, good for a 1.5-game lead over the Orioles in the AL East. New York is on the road today, having dropped two straight games, including the series opener vs. the Angels. So far, they are 18-8 at home and have gone 19-11 on the road.

As the road favorite, the Yankees have gone 9-7 this year and are 27-15 overall as the favorite. They have been tough to beat as the underdog, going 10-4 this year. The Yankees' overall series record is an impressive 13-2-2, and they have won three straight series on the road. Their overall record is 6-4 over their last 10 games.

The Yankees have been a solid bet against the run line this season, going 31-25 overall. They are 18-12 against the run line on the road, where they have a run differential of +1.6 runs per game. As the underdog, they are 11-3 against the run line, while they are 20-22 as the favorite.

When the Yankees are on the road, the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs for their game against the Angels. The combined run average for their games this season is 8.0 runs, and their over/under record is 23-31. For the season, the average over/under line for their games is set at 8 runs. In games where the line is set at 8.5 runs, their over/under record is 13-10. So far this season, 19.6% of their games have had a line set at 8.5 runs, and 39.3% of their games have had a line set below 8.5 runs. Their current under streak is at 3 games.

Luis Gil gets the start for the Yankees today as he faces the Angels on the road. So far, he has made 10 starts and has a record of 6-1. Gil's ERA is an impressive 2.11, along with a WHIP of 1.01. Opposing batters are hitting just .137 off the right-hander this season. In his last outing, Gil went 6 1/3 innings and didn't give up a run. He finished with eight strikeouts in that outing. Gil has won each of his last three starts. Out of his 10 starts, he has turned in five quality starts.

Heading into today's game, the Yankees offense is the top home run hitting team in the league and also have the league's best on-base percentage, slugging percentage, and OPS. Overall, they are averaging 4.8 runs per game (7th) and are batting .257 as a team, which is the 2nd best mark in the MLB. Aaron Judge and Juan Soto are the team's top power threats, with Judge's 17 homers ranking 2nd in the league and Soto's 15 homers coming in at 4th.

Judge is also on a six-game hitting streak and has gone 7/18 with three homers over his last five games. Anthony Volpe has also been swinging a hot bat of late, going 8/21 in his last five games. However, Giancarlo Stanton has struggled in his last five games, going just 3/19 with two homers.

Angels Records & Stats

With an overall record of 21-33, the Angels are 5th in the AL West, trailing the Mariners by eight games. So far, they have gone 4-2 in divisional matchups. At home this season, the Angels are just 7-19 but have been much better on the road at 14-14.

Los Angeles has dropped eight straight games as the underdog at home, and they are 6-16 as the home underdog this year. The Angels have struggled in day games this year, going 6-14, and they are just 1-4 when favored. So far, they have an overall series record of 4-12-1.

Despite their losing record, the Angels have been a solid bet on the run line this season, going 31-23. They've been especially good on the road, going 19-9. They've been a good bet as the underdog, going 31-18 on the run line, while they've yet to cover as the favorite, going 0-5. Their average run margin in winning games is 3.8, while it's -3.5 in losses.

Los Angeles Angels games have averaged 9.3 runs per game this season, and their over/under record is 30-23. When the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs, their record is 12-9. Overall, 27.8% of their games have had higher over/under lines than 8.5 runs.

Left-hander Tyler Anderson gets the start for the Angels today as he faces the Yankees at home. He has made 10 starts this season and has a record of 5-4 with a 2.52 ERA. Anderson has pitched well at home, coming in with a record of 2-1 and an ERA of 3.04. In his last outing, he went eight innings, giving up just one earned run and picking up the win. Anderson has won each of his last three starts. So far, he has made seven quality starts and is averaging 6.16 strikeouts per nine innings.

Heading into today's game, the Angels offense is averaging 4.3 runs per game, which is 16th in the league. They have been a good home run hitting team so far, and are also near the top of the league in team batting average. Over his last nine games, Taylor Ward has gone 9/33 with two homers and seven RBIs. This has helped him move into the team lead in RBIs, and he is also the team's top home run hitter.

Mike Trout, Jo Adell, and Taylor Ward are all tied for the team lead in homers, but Trout and Adell are batting just .220 and .216, respectively. Adell has really struggled of late, going just 4/34 in his last nine games. Kevin Pillar is on a three-game hitting streak and has gone 9/21 over his last six games.