Yankees vs. Blue Jays: How to watch Aaron Judge’s AL home run record chase

Yankees vs. Blue Jays: How to watch Aaron Judge’s AL home run record chase

Plus. The NL East race is getting down to the wire.

We’ve got one week left in the MLB season, and there’s still plenty of drama ahead!

Most playoff races are over, but the last NL wild card spot is still up for grabs. Seeding is still up in the air. Tonight’s NL East race is locked in, with the Braves and Mets tied at the top of the division. Aaron Judge is still pushing to break the record for home runs.

Here are my current viewing habits.

A quick note: Due to COVID-19, sports schedules are fluid and subject to change.

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New York Yankees at Toronto Blue Jays

Aaron Judge

Can the Blue Jays actually throw Aaron Judge some strikes today? With the baseball world watching as Judge hunts his 61st and 62nd home runs of the season, the Jays walked Judge four times yesterday. The Yanks won 5-2 with those free runs and took home the AL East title. New York’s playoff seed is now secured. Judge’s home run chase is the only thing worth paying attention to. Toronto does have home field advantage in its playoff series, however, and beating Gerrit Colle tonight would be a great help.

7: 07 p.m. ET, YES/Sportsnet/MLB Network, watch on fuboTV

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Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals | Two home runs from Ronald Acuna Jr. lifted the Braves to a victory last night, pushing the NL East race back into a tie with just seven games left. If Atlanta does win the division, it will be because of its dominance of bottom-feeders like the Nats, against whom the Braves are 14-4 this season. 7: 05 p.m. ET, Bally Sports South/MASN/MLB Network, watch on fuboTV

Miami Marlins at New York Mets | It’s critical for the Mets’ World Series hopes that they find a way to win the NL East, given how their playoff pitching rotation shakes out. This makes every game down the stretch feel important, especially when you consider how well the Braves have been playing lately. 7: 10 p.m. ET, Bally Sports Florida/SNY, watch on fuboTV

Women’s volleyball: Northwestern at No. 7 Minnesota | Big Ten volleyball is a blast. Northwestern started 11-1, the best opening stretch in program history, before losing twice last weekend. Can the Wildcats pull the upset tonight against a top-10 Golden Gophers team? 9 p.m. ET, Big Ten Network, watch on fuboTV

Women’s volleyball: No. 6 Ohio State at Michigan

Rivalry games are fun in any sport, and OSU vs. Michigan always matters. This is especially true in volleyball because of the depth of the Big Ten and where each team stands nationally. The Buckeyes have a strong resume, with wins over Louisville and Georgia Tech, but they lost a heartbreaker to Nebraska in five sets over the weekend. Meanwhile, Michigan got a huge top-10 win over Penn State on Saturday.

7 p.m. ET, FS1, watch on fuboTV

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