The final game on the Sunday MLB card has the Indians hosting the Phillies at Progressive Field in Cleveland. The MLB betting board has the Indians as -140 favorite on the money line with the total offered up at 10.5 runs.
Astros starter Wade Miley got blown up in back to back starts but rebounded nicely in his latest. He’s had a lot of success versus the Angels this season allowing four earned runs in three starts all won by Houston. Based on the probable starters the line when it comes out will be large, making maybe a run line pay the best bet.
The Dodgers long time ace Clayton Kershaw hit a bump in the road with two poor outings but rebounded somewhat recording a quality start in his latest. The Rockies send out rookie Peter Lambert who rarely pitch-es a good one. LAD backers will have to lay -320 if they want to bet the money line. Read on to get Dan’s sug-gested wager.
In a game that is listed at pick’em on most boards the edges are typically more difficult to find. With Jack Flaherty going for the Cards and Kyle Hendricks for the Cubbies there isn’t any obvious advantages with the starters. Read on to get our MLB prognosticator’s betting angles and free pick.
The Braves host the Phillies in the second of a three-game set. The key question is whether Efflin can reverse his fortunes against the Braves who have ripped him for 12 runs in 9 1/3 innings pitched over three starts this season. Get Dan’s take and moneyline play.
Here’s the biggest question of this series: just how motivated are the Reds going to be? While the Cubs have every reason to want this game, the Reds don’t have anything to play for other than pride and jobs. That’s a great reason to put forth a top individual performance, but it’s not so great when looking to earn a result as a team, especially against a motivated opponent.
MLB prognosticator Darin Zank digs into the key metrics to uncover where the betting value lies. Read on to get his analysis and see which club he believes is your best bet.