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Brandon Lee betting the KC Royals -122 odds on August 5th 2017

Kansas City Royals vs. Seattle Mariners
MLB Betting Pick: Royals -122 odds (August 5th 2017)

No shame in yesterday’s loss to Seattle, as they had one of the hottest pitchers in baseball going in James Paxton, who has arguably been the best the AL has to offer since July 1. I’ll take my chances on KC bouncing back with a win at home tonight behind their ace Danny Duffy, who has a 2.93 ERA in 7 home starts and rolls in with a solid 2.95 ERA in his last 3 outings. Seattle will send out Felix Hernandez, who is a big name, but owns a mere 5.40 ERA in 5 road starts and a 4.50 ERA in his last 3 outings. Give me the Royals -122!

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Mariners vs. Royals MLB Over-Under Pick from Mike Lundin: August 3rd 2017

Seattle Mariners vs. Kansas City Royals
MLB Over-Under Pick: Over 9.5 runs -110 odds (August 3rd 2017)

The Kansas City Royals are well in the mix in the AL Central, sitting second in the division just a few games back of the Indians. I think they’ll need to give newly acquired Trevor Cahill plenty of run support here to have any chance of winning this game.

Cahill (4-3, 4.15 ERA) was tagged with five runs on eight hits with a pair of homers in four innings at Boston in his first start for the Royals since coming over from San Diego. The current Mariners are batting a combined .329 over 82 at bats against the right-hander.

Yovani Gallardo (5-7, 5.34 ERA) will take the ball for Seattle. He was very solid in July posting a 2.37 ERA through 19 innings of work, but note that over is 4-1-1 in Gallardo’s last six starts overall. KC’s Melky Cabrera is 5-for-11 in previous meetings with Gallardo.

The Royals are a very streaky team that played excellent baseball in the second half of July only to score just three runs through their last three games (all at Baltimore). I think their bats will come alive again tonight as they return home to Kauffman Stadium, and my free pick is on this matchup to go over the total.

Athletics vs. Mariners Betting Odds & Pick from Larry Ness: July 6th 2017

Oakland Athletics vs. Seattle Mariners
MLB Pick: Seattle -143 odds (July 6th 2017)

Oakland has been a model of inconsistency,.enduring slides of six, four and six contests since June 7, with a pair of four-game winning streaks in between. They head to Seattle to play four games with the Mariners prior to the All Star break but have won back-to-back games over the White Sox Tuesday and Wednesday, giving them a 38-45 record.That leaves them in last-place in the AL West, a whopping 21 games back of Houston. Seattle gets set to host the A’s for four games but has found winning elusive as of late at Safeco, as after losing 9-6 (in 10 innings) to the Royals last night, the Mariners have now dropped seven consecutive home games. Like Oakland, the 41-45 Mariners have almost no chance to catch the Astros (are currently 17 1/2 games out of first) but like almost all AL teams, still have an outside chance at a wild card berth in a muddled field. Seattle currently is just four games out of the second wild card spot but as noted, the field includes almost the entire AL.

A pair of rookies take the mound tonight, Paul Blackburn (0-0, 0.00 ERA) makes his second career start for Oakland and Sam Gaviglio (3-3, 3.48 ERA) will make his 11th appearance of 2017 (10th start) for Seattle. Blackburn made an impressive major-league debut this past Saturday against the Braves, although the A’s fell 4-3. He allowed just a single unearned run on three hits over six innings, settling for a no-decision. Gaviglio will be making his 10th start of 2017 in this one but comes in win-less in his last three, going 0-2 (team is 1-2), despite allowing three runs or less each time. Gaviglio will be facing Oakland for the first time.

Not sure just what to make of Blackburn (just one previous start) but Gaviglio has proved himself, working at least five innings in each of his nine starts of his rookie season (Mariners are 6-3). Throw in the fact that the A’s are 13-27 on the road (averaging just 3.92 RPG) and Seattle is the play.