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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 18, 2019
A's vs Twins
OVER 10½ -110 Lost
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10* Over A's/Twins (8:10 ET): Minnesota saw its five-game Under streak end yesterday, although it was in the least desirable fashion possible as they lost 14-4 at home to the Mets. Few (if any) predicted that the Twins would have one of the best records in baseball at this point, so perhaps its apropos to see the team on its first three-game losing streak of the season. Tonight, they start a new series w/ the hottest team in baseball, that being Oakland, who has been perfect since the All-Star Break and won six straight overall. I'll be taking the Over in this matchup of AL playoff contenders.

We know the Twins have been carried by one of the top offenses in the game and a starting rotation that's been surprisingly good. But that rotation has started to slip. Kyle Gibson was one of the overachievers pre-All Star Break, but his first start of the second half saw him last just 3 2/3 innings and he allowed three runs. Fortunately, the Twins do average 5.6 runs per game, tied for the most in all of MLB. But they're not the only offense that can score here. Oakland is actually averaging 5.6 rpg on the road this year, which is a top five number in all of baseball. So Gibson is going to have to contend with that. The A's have homered in 17 consecutive contests and have scored nine or more runs in three of their last four games.

Michael Fiers has posted some excellent numbers of late for the A's and gets the starting nod here. But Fiers' numbers come w/ a caveat and that's he's simply not as effective on the road. His ERA and WHIP both jump considerably, to 5.76 and 1.345 respectively. The Under may be 8-2 when Fiers pitches at home, but the Over is 6-3 when he pitches on the road. His L6 starts have all stayed Under, but I expect him to struggle tonight. 10* Over A's/Twins

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 18, 2019
Dodgers vs Phillies
UNDER 9½ -120 Lost
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8* Under Dodgers/Phillies (12:35 ET): The NL West-leading Dodgers have had their way w/ the Phillies in 2019 (5-1 head to head) and they've had no problem piling up runs in this series. They've crossed the plate 31 times in the three games so far, starting w/ a 16-2 beatdown in Monday's opener. They lost Tuesday, 9-8, but quickly bounced back w/ a 7-2 win last night. While LA can lay claim to the best win percentage in all of baseball (.653), the Phillies' freefall has continued in the second half where they've now lost four of six. I'm taking the Under in this game.

It's quick turnaround for the teams after last night's game didn't end until 1:42 am local time. They can thank a 2 hour, 37 min rain delay for that. Six Dodgers pitchers combined on a two-hitter and Philly's only runs came in the sixth. Ross Stripling will be counted on heavily here as he gets the start for Dodger Blue. His last time out, Stripling allowed just one run on four hits in 5 IP. He faces a Phillies lineup that has scored four or fewer runs in five of its last six games. This is an ideal matchup for Stripling, who has already seen the Under go 6-1-1 his L8 starts. 

But if Philadelphia has an "ace in the hole" here, it would be starter Aaron Nola, who has been lights out of late. Nola has a 0.76 ERA his L5 starts having allowed only 3 ER in 35 2/3 IP! He's the first Phillies pitcher to allow 1 ER or less in five straight starts since Cole Hamels pulled it off back in 2014. The Dodgers have not had to face Nola previously here in 2019, which has worked to their advantage, but this should easily end up as their lowest scoring game of the series. As for the Phillies, the Under is 19-4-4 the last 27 times they've played a 4th game in a series. 8* Under Dodgers/Phillies

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 18, 2019
Padres vs Marlins
UNDER 7½ -109 Won
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8* Under Padres/Marlins (12:10 ET): Prior to last night, every game played this year between the Padres and Marlins either went Over or pushed. But last night's 3-2 win by the Padres bucked that trend and I'm expecting another low-scoring game this afternoon as the teams wrap up this series. Miami took Tuesday's opener by a score of 12-7, but that's in no way indicative of what we expect them to produce at the plate on a nightly basis. The Marlins remain the NL's lowest scoring team (at 3.7 rpg) and the Padres aren't too far ahead. Take the Under here. 

Last night's win by San Diego snapped a four-game losing streak. They got a brilliant start from Chris Paddack, who took a no-hitter into the eighth. Miami ended up scoring twice, once in the eighth and once in the ninth, but it hardly mattered. The Padres got all three of their runs in one inning, two of them coming on one swing of the bat. Note Tuesday's game is the only time this month than San Diego has topped five runs. Both previous starts made by Tuesday starter Dinelson Lamet have stayed Under and after he faced both the Braves and Dodgers, this should be a relative "walk in the park" for Lamet. 

The Padres are actually a higher scoring team on the road, but today sees them running into Miami's Caleb Smith, who has been incredibly effective here at home. Smith is 4-1 here w/ a 1.53 ERA and 0.962 WHIP. His effectiveness has led to trade rumors, though the Marlins are denying them. Smith has held opposing hitters to a .197 average and .267 OBP w/ a 94-26 KW rate in 78 IP. So I expect the San Diego offense to be held in check tonight. Lamet was once thought of as the future ace of the Padres' rotation and this shapes up as a good old fashioned pitchers' duel. 8* Under Padres/Marlins

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 19, 2019
Red Sox vs Orioles
UNDER 9½ -104
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10* Under Red Sox/Orioles (7:05 ET): Baltimore's pitching staff is obviously atrocious, but their best starter is going tonight in what should be an excellent starting pitching matchup overall w/ David Price. John Means is the starter in question here for the O's and he, the team's lone All-Star, has a 3.11 ERA and 1.099 WHIP this season. Means is off his worst outing of the year as he gave up six runs to Tampa Bay in a 12-4 loss, but should bounce back here as the Red Sox aren't hitting like they used to and Means has had prior success against them. Take the Under. 

With the struggles of Chris Sale, Price has become the de facto ace of this Boston rotation. Price is having a really good year as he has a 3.16 ERA and 1.155 WHIP in 17 starts. His record is 7-2. Also, Price has really had Baltimore's number through the years. He's 16-5 w/ a 2.65 ERA all-time against them and that include a perfect 8-0 w/ a 2.72 ERA here at Camden Yards. The Red Sox bullpen should be bolstered by the returning Nathan Eovaldi and it's not like Baltimore's hitting is any good either. In five of the six games since the Break, the Orioles have scored 4 runs or less. Three times they've scored two runs or less.

So it's basically all on Means to keep this one competitive, a tough ask seeing as Baltimore is 5-32 the L37 times it has been a home underdog of +175 or more. Boston is 35-9 the L44 times it has been a road fave of -175 or higher. Despite Means struggling his last time out, he still sports a 0.889 WHIP his L3 starts. He's given up 3 ER or fewer in 13 of his 15 starts this season. In three starts against Boston, he's allowed a total of four runs in 17 IP. By the way, Boston won in shutout fashion yday, beating Toronto 5-0. 10* Under Red Sox/Orioles


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