The Cardinals took the first two and will be looking for a sweep tonight when they send out Miles Mikolas. The Angels will look to turn it around with Lefty Tyler Skaggs. Neither starter has had success against the other team’s lineup in limited at bats making the total an option. Read on to see where MLB capper Dan Jamison’s money is going to land.
The Yankees will look to make it three in a row tonight against the Astros. Masahiro Tanaka gets the call for New York and Wade Miley will start for Milwaukee. Pitching seems abut even, but current team form is not. Read on to see what our baseball prognosticator Dan Jamison is playing with his free game pick.
Sale has been perhaps the most snake-bit pitcher this year, as Boston hasn’t given him much of anything in the way of run support to back up his strong efforts. Prior to June, Sale was 1-7, despite allowing more than four runs in a start on just one occasion. With he sportsbooks making Boston a monster favorite, support is expected but should we lay $3.40 to win a buck? DJ gives you his MLB pick and analysis!
The New York Yankees ride a six-game winning streak into the second game of a four-game weekend series against the slumping Houston Astros in the Bronx Friday night. Is there value with the slumping Stros or should you ride the public train and go with the Yanks? Darin breaks down today’s MLB pick.
The Yanks’ Green has been up and down as a reliever. In his past two starts, Green held the Indians and the White Sox to one hit each in two innings before departing for a reliever. Against Chicago, he was particularly strong, striking out six of the seven batters that he faced. Which pitcher will we see tonight versus the Astros? DJ gives his baseball prediction.
After taking both games of a double-header Wednesday the Nationals seek a series sweep of the rival Phillies Thursday night in DC. DZ breaks down this game and the newly announced pitching matchup.
Ask anyone who’s pitched at Dodger Stadium and they’ll tell you one thing about the facility: it’s a pitcher’s park. Dodger Stadium is a throwback to another era — an era where stadiums were privately financed and ballparks were designed to favor the pitchers. Will we see these starters take advantage and serve bettors a low scoring tight affair? DJ has your MLB prediction!