Free MLB Picks - Saturday September, 11 2021

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Don Shapiro
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Gambling911.com has some free MLB betting picks for Saturday September 11, 2021 with all lines courtesy of BetOnline here.  They offer a true dime line up to -190 for the best payouts in online baseball wagering.

Hot Teams

AL East

Tampa Bay Rays - 88-52, winning 60% of their recent games, up 9 over the Red Sox.

Toronto Blue Jays - 76-62, winning 90% of their recent games, winners of 7 straight, tight division as they are down 11.


AL Central

Chicago White Sox - 80-59, winning 60% of their recent games, up 11 in their division.


AL West

Seattle Mariners - 76-64, winning 60% of their recent games, down 5.5 from Houston.


NL East

Currently there are no hot teams in this division.


NL Central

Milwaukee Brewers - 86-55, winning 70% of their recent games, up 12.


NL West

San Francisco Giants - 90-50, winning 60% of recent games.

LA Dodgers - 88-52, winning 60% of their recent games.


Top Trends (Coming Into Friday)

  • Giants are 7-19 in the last 26 meetings in Chicago.
  • Under is 10-3-2 in the last 15 meetings between the Giants and Cubs in Chicago.
  • Under is 6-1-1 in the last 8 meetings between the Rays and Lions in Detroit.
  • Padres are 22-45 in the last 67 meetings vs. Dodgers.

Game Watch 

1. Giants @ Cubs

Kevin Gausman SF (13-5, 2.58) vs. Zach Davies CHC (6-10, 5.16)

Gausman threw seven innings of three-run baseball while striking out nine in a win over the Rockies on Monday.

Davies allowed six runs on eight hits and three walks with three strikeouts over four innings in a no-decision against the Pirates on Sunday.  He had a no-decision is prior start and a victory the one before.  Outside of his last start, Davies had pitched quite well of late.

The total in this game is 10.5.

2. Rays @ Tigers

Luis Patino TB (4-3, 4.65) vs. Casey Mize DET (7-7, 3.51)

Patiño was lit up for four runs over 2 2/3 innings on Sunday in a no-decision against the Twins.  Prior to that start he pitched 5 2/3 innings of one-run ball as the Rays topped the Red Sox 6-1.

Chris Archer could start Saturday's game against the Tigers, Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

The Rays initially planned to have Archer work as a primary pitcher behind either Michael Wacha on Friday or Luis Patino on Saturday, with the aim of limiting the workloads and generating better results from all three pitchers.

Mize hurled three perfect innings on Sunday in a no-decision against the Reds and had a quality start before that one.

Yet another day we will have to pass as nothing looks enticing to us.


Five straight wins ahead of Friday.  We did not offer any free MLB picks on Friday. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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