MLB Betting Articles

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Joe Freda - The Boston Red Sox went 0-3 in the first three games against the White Sox, outscored by a combined margin of 24-14.  Terry Francona’s club continues its stretch at Fenway Park with Friday’s series opener against the Oakland Athletics.
 
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Bob Harvey -

After hitting just four home runs in the first two months, Aubrey Huff doubled his output the past two days. The first-place Giants and their backers hope Huff can remain hot against the Rockies who arrive in the Bay Area for a three-game series.

 
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Chance Harper -

Having swept Oakland, the Yankees will be out to repeat against the Angels. 

 
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statfox.com - It has been an excellent end to May for the Arizona Diamondbacks and they will look to continue their winning ways when the Washington Nationals come to town. Arizona has the betting odds favorite tag set at -133.
 
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Joe Freda - Seattle are 11-3 in their last 14 games, including 4-2 in the first six contests of their present homestand.  Eric Wedge’s club continues its stretch at Safeco Field with Thursday night’s opener of a against the Rays.
 
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Bob Harvey -

If the Padres are going to be a contender in the West they’ll need to improve at home. 

 
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statfox.com - The Minnesota Twins are rooted firmly to the bottom of the American League Central division at .321 and are staring at the wrong end of a series sweep tonight. Detroit are .519 and second in the Central and -150 betting odds favorites.
 
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Joe Catalano - The Milwaukee Brewers (30-25) send the major league's best road pitcher Shaun Marcum to the mound and he will be opposed by Mike Leake of the Cincinnati Reds (28-28) in the rubber match of this series.
 
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Bob Harvey -

After laying rest to a confidence shaking skid, the Indians go for a second straight victory over the Blue Jays tonight at 7:07 PM ET at the Rogers Centre. Cleveland will send Josh Tomlin to the mound for his seventh win of the year. 

 
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Joe Freda - The San Diego Padres are 5-1 in their last six games, with the ‘under’ going 4-2.  Bud Black’s club looks for a road sweep in Wednesday night’s series finale against the Atlanta Braves, who have dropped both of the set’s first two games by one run.