MLB Overnight Lines: Early Odds Betting Preview For Saturday

Ian Cameron

Friday, June 24, 2016 3:00 PM UTC

Friday, Jun. 24, 2016 3:00 PM UTC

Join us in a look at MLB Overnight Betting Lines for the games taking place on Saturday, June 25, and cash in these two winning MLB Picks on tomorrow's top games.

Minnesota Twins vs New York Yankees
The epic Over run for the Minnesota Twins continues. They are 16-1-1 to the Over in their last 18 games and we should have a chance to see that trend keep on rolling here on Saturday. Ervin Santana is not at all a pitcher to be trusted to get people out these days.

He’s allowed 27 runs in his last 35 innings and a short turnaround look for the Yankees lineup against Santana after they saw him just a week ago is likely to produce better swings and a stronger plate approach for the Yankees.

On the flip side, Michael Pineda has not lived up to the billing for New York and has been at his worst here at home notching a 6.20 ERA in 7 home starts at Yankee Stadium this season. The Twins got 4 runs on 6 hits in 5.1 innings against him last week at Target Field and should be able to score some runs against Pineda here.

The usually stout Yankees bullpen has shown some cracks in their armor of late and the Twins bullpen remains lousy so the door should be open for late runs should we need them to help send this game Over the total for our MLB Pick.

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Free MLB Pick:  Over 9 -125
Best Line Offered:  at Bookmaker

San Diego Padres vs Cincinnati Reds
We cashed an Over the total ticket in the last start for Drew Pomeranz with the San Diego Padres against Washington as he is coming back down to earth and pitching more like I expected him to after a hot start.

Pomeranz has allowed 17 runs in four of his last five starts over 28 innings and he has allowed 4 home runs in his last two starts which throws up a red flag as he takes the mound here at a home run hitting park like Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati. On the flip side, Brandon Finnegan will counter for the Reds and he’s a lefty which could indicate trouble for him against a strong San Diego lineup when it comes to hitting southpaws.

The Padres are a Top 6 team offensively in MLB against LHP and they hit another Reds lefty John Lamb fairly well in the series opener. Finnegan has a mediocre 4.28 ERA at home this season and is coming off a rough showing in Houston lasting just 5 innings while giving up 4 runs on 5 hits with more walks than strikeouts.

Both bullpens are susceptible to allowing runs late especially the Reds and we should have enough fireworks from both teams to push this game Over the total offered by the MLB Odds.

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Free MLB Pick:  Over 8.5 -118
Best Line Offered:  at Heritage

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