Fade the Public Yes or No - MLB May 4 (Podcast)

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If you are one to fade the betting public, these are the teams you would consider wagering against.  Just blindly fading public picks will not lead to winning seasons however.  We break down each of the games these teams are featured in.

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Phillies - The line on the Nationals-Phillies game was primarily moving between -115 and -121.

Braves - This line was sitting around -161 Atlanta as they play in Miami.

Rangers - The line on this game has dove significantly from -150 to -125 Rangers as they host the Blue Jays.

Brewers - Milwaukee is at -109 with the Mets sitting around +102.

Astros - Houston was just sitting at -130 in LA versus the Angels.

Rockies - Colorado was at -127 versus Arizona.

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Blue Jays vs. Rangers

The line on this game was Texas -125, Toronto +115 and a total of 10.

Toronto has won half of the last ten games versus Texas.  The Blue Jays have won half of their last ten games overall compared to Texas, which has only won two games in their last ten overall. 

PITCHING MATCHUP: Blue Jays LH Thomas Pannone (1-2, 5.40 ERA) vs. Rangers RH Lance Lynn (3-2, 5.45)

Pannone will be making his second start of the season and first since April 6, when he surrendered four runs on five hits and two walks over 2 2/3 innings in a loss at Cleveland. The 25-year-old Rhode Islander followed that performance with five straight scoreless relief outings but has yielded five runs over four frames in his last two appearances out of the bullpen. Pannone will be facing Texas for the first time in his brief career.

Lynn has won three of his last four starts, including a triumph at Seattle on Sunday in which he allowed one run and five hits with nine strikeouts over seven innings. The 31-year-old native of Indiana has yielded fewer than three runs in four of his six turns this season and seven or more in each of the other two. Lynn has yet to defeat Toronto in his career, going 0-2 with a 5.73 ERA in four starts and one relief appearance.

We are giving the Blue Jays a 55% chance here but they are not an offiial Gambling911.com pick.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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