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Major League Baseball Betting Lines, Trends April 3

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Apr/02/2017

Gambling911.com has your Major League Baseball betting lines for Monday. 

BetOnline Today’s Hot Trends

Today’s Hot Trends

The Nationals are 8-1 in S. Strasburg’s last 9 home starts vs. Marlins.

The OVER is 10-4-1 in the Twins last 15 games vs. a left-handed starter.

The Indians are 8-1 in their last 9 road games vs. a right-handed starter.

The Braves are 6-0 in the last 6 meetings in New York versus the Mets.

The UNDER is 8-0 in the last 8 meetings between Baltimore and Toronto.

Today’s Major League Baseball Betting Line

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL - Apr 03

National LeagueNational League

National League

10:05 AM   951             Miami Marlins, P: E Volquez - R      +1.5 -119   o7.5 -105     +192

952   Washington Nationals, P: S Strasburg - R       -1.5 -101    u7.5 -115 -215

10:10 AM   953             Atlanta Braves, P: J Teheran - R   +1.5 -150   o6.5 -110     +157

954   New York Mets, P: N Syndergaard - R    -1.5 +130   u6.5 -110   -175

11:10 AM   955             Colorado Rockies, P: J Gray - R    -1.5 +148   o8.5 -104     -109

956   Milwaukee Brewers, P: J Guerra - R       +1.5 -170   u8.5 -116   -101

1:10 PM     957             San Diego Padres, P: J Chacin - R         +1.5 +145             o6-120             +321

958   Los Angeles Dodgers, P: C Kershaw - L -1.5 -170    u6+100       -370

1:10 PM     959             Philadelphia Phillies, P: J Hellickson - R   +1.5 -215 o8.5 -110         +101

960   Cincinnati Reds, P: S Feldman - R -1.5 +180   u8.5 -110   -111

American League

1:10 PM     961             Detroit Tigers, P: J Verlander - R    -1.5 +135   o7.5 -114     -121

962   Chicago White Sox, P: J Quintana - L    +1.5 -155   u7.5 -105   +110

5:10 PM     963             Seattle Mariners, P: F Hernandez - R      +1.5 -160 o8-115             +131

964   Houston Astros, P: D Keuchel - L   -1.5 +140   u8-105       -145

12:05 PM   965             Toronto Blue Jays, P: M Estrada - R       +1.5 -175 o8.5 -110         +118

966   Baltimore Orioles, P: K Gausman - R       -1.5 +151   u8.5 -110   -130

1:10 PM     967             Kansas City Royals, P: D Duffy - L        +1.5 -215 o8-120             +101

968   Minnesota Twins, P: E Santana - R        -1.5 +175   u8+100       -111

4:05 PM     969             Cleveland Indians, P: C Kluber - R         +1.5 -210 o8-105             -101

970   Texas Rangers, P: Y Darvish - R   -1.5 +176   u8-115       -109

7:05 PM     971             Los Angeles Angels, P: R Nolasco - R    -1.5 +140 o8-115             -113

972   Oakland Athletics, P: K Graveman - R     +1.5 -165   u8-105       +103

Interleague

11:05 AM   973             Pittsburgh Pirates, P: G Cole - R    +1.5 -140   o9+100        +153

974      Boston Red Sox, P: R Porcello - R     -1.5 +120         u9-120             -170

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