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MLB Baseball Picks – June 15, 2011

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/15/2011
MLB Baseball Picks

Here are some MLB baseball picks for June 15, 2011 courtesy of Gambling911.com.   Be sure to check out Gambling911.com for daily baseball picks.

Florida vs. Philadelphia (night game and 2nd of a two game double header) – With Roy Halladay 19-3 against division opponents over the last two season, one cannot ignore the Phillies here.   Anibal Sanchez is just 3-7 when starting against Philly.

The Mirage was offering a line of -200 on this game.  Bookmaker was offering Florida at -185 with a true dime line.  

St. Louis vs. Washington – Three of four games in this series have gone OVER the total.  The total in this game is 8.5.  The Nationals are 0-8 in Livan Hernandezs last 8 starts and 0-6 in his last six starts vs. winning teams.  Expect a lot of runs to be given up in this game.  Three of the last four games in this series have gone over the current 8.5 total with a fourth game coming in at 4. 

Pittsburgh vs. Houston – Three of four games in this series have gone UNDER the total this season.   The total for this game is 7.5.

San Francisco vs. Arizona – The Giants are 6-1 against Arizona this season with 5 of 7 games in the series going UNDER.  The total here is 8.5.  San Francisco had a line of -107 

Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota – One of our favorite MLB Baseball picks for June 15 has Gavin Floyd with a record of just 3-11 vs. division opponents, and worse still, 4-8 when starting against Minnesota.  Meanwhile, Carl Pavano is 6-3 starting against the White Sox.  The Twins line was just -115 so we like Minnesota all the more.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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