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!
After splitting the first two games of this National League East rivalry series the Mets and Braves meet for a rubber match Wednesday evening in suburban Atlanta. The bookmakers have the Braves as -150 favorites. Darin Zank looks at if there is value at that price and gives his MLB prediction.
The Red Sox ride a season-high six-game winning streak into the middle game of a three-game series with the AL Central-leading Twins in Minneapolis Tuesday night. MLB sportsbooks have the BoSox as small favorites and Darin Zank has your baseball prediction!
First place in the National League West meets last place when the heavily favored Dodgers and Giants commence a four-game rivalry series at Chavez Ravine Monday night. Darin Zank looks at this game in detail and gives his free MLB pick!
The Cubs will try to even up the series when they play the final of a four-game set at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers with Ryu on the mound are a prohibitive -170 favorite with a total line of 8 runs. Read on the get Zank’s free MLB pick.
The Yankees fell again to the White Sox last night getting blown out 10-3. The streaking CWS appears to have their number taking four of the five contest this campaign. Spot starter Chad Green will look to help turn it around for the Boys from the Bronx tonight at Guarantee Rate Field in Chicago. Read on to see where our capper thinks your money should land.
Two weeks ago, Max Fried on the mound at home was as much of a sure thing as an order of southern fried chicken. But Fried lost his last start at SunTrust Park to Washington and gave up nine hits in the process, and he hasn’t pitched well in either of his past two starts against Pittsburgh or Miami. While the Braves won both of those starts, and they were both on the road, the fact remains that Fried has given up 24 hits in his past 15.2 innings of work. Can bettors get behind Fried at -130 or is that too steep considering his recent production? DJ has your MLB pick