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Houston Astros vs. New York Yankees – MLB – ALCS Game 2 Predictions, Betting Lines, Odds and Trends

The Houston Astros host the New York Yankees in the second game of the ALCS, Thursday at 7:37 PM ET. The Astros lead the series 1-0.

The Yankees are an underdog (+134 moneyline odds) when they take on the Astros (-157). The Astros will start Framber Valdez (17-6) versus the Yankees and Luis Severino (7-3). The contest has an over/under of 7.

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Astros vs. Yankees Last 10 Games Betting Performance


  • Houston was favored on the moneyline in each of its last 10 games, and finished 8-2 in those matchups.
  • In their last 10 matchups — all had a set run total — the Astros and their opponents combined to go over the total three times.
  • Houston’s ATS record is 4-6-0 over its past 10 games.

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  • Over the past 10 games, New York has been the underdog twice and split those games 1-1.
  • When it comes to hitting the over, the Yankees and their opponents are 2-7-1 in their last 10 games with a total.
  • New York has a record of 5-5-0 ATS over its last 10 games.
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Astros vs. Yankees Starting Pitcher Betting Trends

Projected starter: Framber Valdez

  • The Astros have a 19-13-0 ATS record in Valdez’s 32 starts with a set spread.
  • The Astros are 21-8 in Valdez’s 29 starts this season with Houston as the moneyline favorite.
  • Valdez’s team has put together a 22-10 record over his 31 starts.
  • Valdez has had 32 starts with a total this season, and the teams combined hit the over in 13 of those matchups.

Projected starter: Luis Severino

  • Severino’s team is 10-9-0 against the spread this season in his starts.
  • His team is 0-2 this season when he starts and they’re underdogs on the moneyline.
  • Severino’s team has won 13 of his 19 starts this season.
  • Games Severino has started this season hit the over nine times in 19 chances.

Astros Batting Leaders

  • Yordan Alvarez has accumulated a team-best batting average of .306, and paces the Astros in home runs (37).
  • Alvarez’s home runs rank sixth in MLB and he ranks 15th in RBI in MLB.
  • Alex Bregman has 38 doubles, 23 home runs and 87 walks while batting .259.
  • Bregman ranks 50th in home runs and 21st in RBI this season.
  • Jose Altuve has 39 doubles, 28 home runs and 66 walks while hitting .298.
  • Kyle Tucker has made the most of his opportunities as he leads his team with 107 RBI.

Yankees Batting Leaders

  • Aaron Judge leads New York in batting average (.311), home runs (62) and runs batted in (131) this season.
  • In all of Major League Baseball, Judge ranks first in homers and first in RBI.
  • Anthony Rizzo has collected 104 hits this season and has an OBP of .338. He’s slugging .480 on the year.
  • Rizzo is 15th in home runs and 53rd in RBI among all hitters in the major leagues.
  • Rizzo has hit safely in three straight games. In his last five games he is hitting .333 with a double, a home run, four walks and three RBI.
  • Gleyber Torres is slashing .255/.308/.447 this season for the Yankees.
  • Isiah Kiner-Falefa has 127 hits and an OBP of .316 to go with a slugging percentage of .329 this season.

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