MLB Picks: Baseball Betting Lines & Odds Report Sunday

Steven Suarez

Sunday, July 28, 2013 12:25 PM UTC

Sunday, Jul. 28, 2013 12:25 PM UTC

Another Sunday has arrived. Are you caught up on all of the updated MLB betting lines? 

Rays (Moore) vs. Yankees (Hughes)

Covered by Ron Patrick 

Chris Archer came in and dominated New York yesterday, keeping Tampa Bay's half-game lead in the AL East intact.

Then you've got the Yankees, who are 3-7 over their past 10 games and are now only four games above .500. They could very well struggle offensively again today against a resurgent Matt Moore, with Tampa Bay coming in as -160 favorites.


Red Sox (Lester) vs. Orioles (Hammel)

Covered by Ron Patrick

The Red Sox' bats woke up yesterday in a fairly comfortable win over Scott Feldman. Can they inflict similar damage on Jason Hammel today? The MLB odds have Boston favored slightly at -110.

Hammel and Jon Lester have failed to dominate this season like they've been known to in the past. Both pitchers have ERAs of 4.50 or above, so there's a very good chance we'll see a ton of runs on the board this afternoon.


Angels (Hanson) vs. Athletics (Parker)

Covered by Willie Bee

As they continue to build up a bigger lead in the AL West, the Athletics will try to wrap up this series with the Angels on a high. It'll be Jarrod Parker up against Tommy Hanson.

Hanson pitched well in his return from the disabled list, allowing four hits and one run while striking out eight in 5 and 1/3 innings. However, Parker has been a model of consistency over the past two months, which is why the Athletics find themselves listed as -160 chalk.


Astros (Cosart) vs. Blue Jays (Redmond)

Covered by Willie Bee

Houston beat up on Josh Johnson yesterday and will aim to do the same to Todd Redmon (1-1, 4.43 ERA) today. The Astros turn to Jarred Cosart, who's allowed just one earned run over 15.0 innings through his first two starts of his MLB career. Not bad.

Looking at the sports betting odds, we find Toronto is still favored at -175 despite Cosart's impressive start. Will the Blue Jays take care of business at home?

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