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Mark Franco betting the Under 9 runs in the Twins vs. Orioles game on May 23rd 2017

Minnesota Twins vs. Baltimore Orioles
MLB Over-Under Pick: Under 9 runs -110 odds (May 23rd 2017)

Ervin Santana has been an early-season surprise, and the 34-year-old looks to produce another strong outing when the Minnesota Twins visit the Baltimore Orioles on Tuesday for the middle contest of their three-game series. Santana has been stunningly good as he is limiting opposing hitters to a .144 average – the best mark in the majors.

Santana has allowed just two runs and 14 hits over 42 innings in his six victories, and his next win will match his total of each of the past two seasons.

Bundy was torched by Detroit in his last turn as he gave up six runs and eight hits over six innings. The 24-year-old won his previous four decisions, allowing only five runs during the stretch. Bundy, who pitched one inning of scoreless relief in his lone career appearance against Minnesota, is 3-0 with a 2.05 ERA and 0.91 WHIP in four home starts this season.

Under is 8-1 in Santanas last 9 starts following a team loss in their previous game. Under is 9-3 in Bundys last 12 home starts. Under is 5-0 in Gibsons last 5 games behind home plate vs. Baltimore.

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Los Angeles Angels vs. Tampa Bay Rays MLB Betting Pick from Jimmy Boyd: May 23rd 2017

Los Angeles Angels vs. Tampa Bay Rays
MLB Betting Pick: Angels +102 odds (May 23rd 2017)

I cashed in on the Angels with a premium winner yesterday and I’ll stick with LA on the bases Tuesday. The Angels are playing some of their best baseball of the season and have won two straight and 6 of 8 overall to move 1-game over .500. As mentioned in yesterday’s analysis, a big part of the recent run is the hot-hitting of arguably the best player int he game in Mike Trout. I’ll take my chances on the offense scoring enough here to get the win against Tampa Bay starter Alex Cobb. Angels are countering with Matt Shoemaker, who has been throwing the ball well of late, racking up 16 strikeouts in his last 2 starts (12 1/3 innings) and the Rays lead the majors in the number of strikeouts recorded.

Angels are 4-1 in their last 5 during Game 2 of a series, 4-1 in their last 5 off a win. They are also 5-1 in Shoemakers last 6 starts against a team with a losing record and 5-1 in his last 6 when pitching on 5 days of rest. Take Los Angeles!

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Angels vs. Rays Odds & Betting Pick from Brandon Lee: May 22nd 2017

Los Angeles Angels vs. Tampa Bay Rays
MLB Betting Pick: Angels +105 odds (May 22nd 2017)

Los Angeles is worth a look here. The Angels were able to avoid getting swept by taking the finale against the Mets 12-5 on Sunday and are a solid 5-2 over their last 7 overall. It was the exact opposite for the Rays, who failed to complete a 3-game sweep against rival New York in a gut-wrenching 2-3 loss. I look for LA to carry over that momentum here, while I wouldn’t be surprised to see Tampa Bay come out a bit flat here. With the way Trout is swinging the bat for the Angels and what I see as a pretty even pitching matchup here with J.C. Ramirez going up against Jake Odorizzi, I’ll gladly take the + side of this one. Give me the Angels +105!

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Giants vs. Cardinals MLB Over-Under Pick from Stephen Nover: May 21st 2017

San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals
MLB Over-Under Pick: Over 8.5 runs -110 odds (May 21st 2017)

A few years ago a pitching matchup of Matt Cain versus Adam Wainwright might have brought a total of 7. Now it’s more than a run higher – and it’s still too short.  Cain can’t pitch away from spacious AT&T Park while Wainwright appears close to being finished.  The Cardinals have a healthy outfield now and midle infield power. Cain’s road ERA is 7.32 compared to 1.19 at home. Cain has a daytime ERA of 5.79 and a horrible history against the Cardinals when pitching at Busch Stadium with a 7.62 ERA there.  The over has cashed 72 percent of the time during Cain’s last 27 road starts. Cain also just threw a season-high 112 pitches during his last start this past Monday. That was 20 more pitches than his previous high this year.  Wainwright is struggling with a 5.31 ERA and 1.75 WHIP. He’s been wild and not working deep into games anymore. That’s a real problem for St. Louis considering its bullpen situation.

The Giants have scored nine runs, eight earned, against St. Louis relievers in capturing the first two games of the series.  Cardinals closer Seung Hwan Oh is solid, but hasn’t been nearly as good as last season. The bridge to getting Oh is very vulnerable. Trevor Rosenthal and Kevin Siegrist are battling physical woes. They might not be available. Brett Cecil has been a huge disappointment.  The Cardinals have been a strong over team going above the total in 19 of their last 26 games. The weather forecast is for winds blowing out to right at 10-13 mph.  (Editor’s note: Stephen Nover is 24-9 on his last 33 premium/free plays. Don’t miss any of Stephen’s winners!)

Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Mets Betting Odds & Prediction: May 20th 2017

Los Angeles Angels vs. New York Mets
Betting Prediction: Mets -117 odds (May 20th 2017)

The New York Mets are capable of looking like a World Series contender one week and a last-place team the next but are trying to find some consistency in a positive direction. The Mets will try to make it two straight wins following a seven-game slide when they host the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday for the middle contest of their three-game interleague series.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Angels RH Alex Meyer (2-1, 5.59 ERA) vs. Mets RH Zack Wheeler (2-2, 3.76)

Meyer is coming off back-to-back wins and posted his first quality start last time out, when he held Detroit to one run and three hits in 6 1/3 innings. The 6-9 Kentucky product runs into trouble with his control from time to time, as he has issued a total of 14 walks in 19 1/3 innings this season. Meyer is 1-1 while allowing nine runs on 12 hits and eight walks in 9 1/3 frames on the road this year.

Wheeler is increasing his pitch count with every outing and was strong in the last two turns, allowing a total of two runs over 12 innings against San Francisco and Arizona. The Georgia native struck out six at Arizona on Monday while giving up just one run in six frames.

Angels are 0-5 in their last 5 road games vs. a team with a losing home record. Mets are 6-0 in their last 6 interleague home games vs. a right-handed starter. Home team is 36-15 in Cederstroms last 51 games behind home plate.

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Predators vs. Ducks NHL Playoffs Odds & Pick from AAA Sports: May 20th 2017

Nashville Predators vs. Anaheim Ducks
NHL Playoffs Betting Pick: Over 5 goals -110 odds (May 20th 2017)

This has been a very even series and it enters Game 5 all knotted up at two games apiece. Every game has been decided by a single goal except for the Ducks’ 5-3 win in Game 2. Two have gone to overtime. So far the O/U is 1-1-2. We think the overall situation lends itself to a higher-scoring affair in Game 5 though. The Predators looked pretty inept for most of Game 4 except for the final eight minutes. Clearly they’ll be out to set the tone early tonight. The Ducks haven’t been great defensively in the playoffs, but they’ve been exceptional on the offensive end, ranked No. 1 overall. Also note that Nashville has seen the total go OVER the number in 11 of 16 this year in trying to revenge a home loss against an opponent, while Anaheim has seen the total go OVER the number in 14 of 24 home games when the total is set at 5 or less. We’re recommending a play on the OVER in Game 5, but what do you think? Shootout or goaltenders battle?