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Major League Baseball Wagering Odds, Trends – April 6

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Apr/06/2017

Gambling911.com has your Major League Baseball wagering odds and trends for Thursday’s games.

Major League Baseball Wagering Trends

The OVER is 9-1-1 in the last 11 meetings in Minnesota between Kansas City.

The White Sox are 10-1 in their last 11 home games vs. a left-handed starter.

The Angels are 10-4 in the last 14 meetings in Oakland.

The Marlins are 1-7 in T. Koehler’s last 8 starts vs. Nationals.

The Braves are 7-1 in the last 8 meetings in New York.

The Mariners are 2-8 in the last 10 meetings in Houston.

The Giants are 14-4 in the last 18 meetings.

Major League Baseball Wagering Odds

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL - Apr 06

National League

9:35 AM 901        Philadelphia Phillies, P: C Buchholz - R   -        o8.5 -120   -105

902 Cincinnati Reds, P: R Davis - R  -      u8.5 +100     -105

10:40 AM      903        Colorado Rockies, P: A Senzatela - R       -        o9-115       +112

904 Milwaukee Brewers, P: C Anderson - R   -      u9-105 -123

12:10 PM      905        San Diego Padres, P: J Weaver - R -        o8.5 -110   +201

906 Los Angeles Dodgers, P: B McCarthy - R -      u8.5 -110       -225

1:05 PM 907        Miami Marlins, P: T Koehler - R  -      o8.5 -110         +144

908 Washington Nationals, P: G Gonzalez - L      -      u8.5 -110         -160

4:10 PM 909        Atlanta Braves, P: J Garcia - L   -      o7.5 -115         +140

910 New York Mets, P: M Harvey - R       -      u7.5 -105     -155

6:40 PM 911        San Francisco Giants, P: J Samardzija - R       -        o9.5 +100 -102

912 Arizona Diamondbacks, P: R Ray - L -      u9.5 -120     -108

American League

10:10 AM      913        Kansas City Royals, P: J Hammel - R        -        o8-115       +108

914 Minnesota Twins, P: K Gibson - R     -      u8-105   -118

11:10 AM      915        Detroit Tigers, P: M Boyd - L     -     o9.5 -105   -123

916 Chicago White Sox, P: J Shields - R  -      u9.5 -115     +112

12:35 PM      917        Los Angeles Angels, P: T Skaggs - L        -        o8-115       -110

918 Oakland Athletics, P: A Triggs - R     -      u8-105   +100

4:10 PM 919        Toronto Blue Jays, P: M Stroman - R      -        o7.5 -125   -117

920 Tampa Bay Rays, P: B Snell - L  -      u7.5 +105     +107

5:10 PM 921        Seattle Mariners, P: A Miranda - L    -     o8.5 -105   +141

922 Houston Astros, P: J Musgrove - R   -      u8.5 -115     -157

Interleague

10:35 AM      923        Pittsburgh Pirates, P: C Kuhl - R     -        o8.5 -120   +151

924 Boston Red Sox, P: E Rodriguez - L -      u8.5 +100    -168

10:45 AM      925        Chicago Cubs, P: J Lackey - R   -     o7.5 -120   -120

926   Saint Louis Cardinals, P: L Lynn - R        -        u7.5 +100 +110

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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