Saturday's MLB Opening Lines Offer Profitable Play Worth A Lock

Ian Cameron

Saturday, September 10, 2016 12:07 AM UTC

Saturday, Sep. 10, 2016 12:07 AM UTC

Sports handicapper Ian Cameron provides an MLB Early Lines Report for the baseball card taking place on Saturday, September 11.

Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins
We should see runs scored in bunches between these two teams on Saturday night. Mike Clevinger is not much more than a spot starter and has not been overly effective in the Cleveland starting rotation. He has allowed 22 runs on 34 hits and an alarming 22 walks in 37.1 innings pitched this season for a 5.30 ERA and he has an even worse 8.16 ERA in two previous road starts this season. Minnesota faced him last month and got 7 hits against him in just 4.1 innings and he should be in for more struggles in this game. On the other side, Hector Santiago has pitched marginally better in recent starts but he is now facing the Indians lineup for the 3rd time in a month and Cleveland should have a lot more of an idea of what to expect from the Twins lefty who has not pitched well here at Target Field since joining this team. Santiago has allowed 15 runs on 20 hits in 15.1 innings in this ballpark. The Twins bullpen behind him has been awful and helped contribute to a perfect 8-0 Over the total streak in Minnesota’s last 8 games. That is a trend worth riding here.

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