MLB Betting Picks, Trends and Odds for Thursday

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Gambling911.com has some good trends and picks for Thursday’s Major League Baseball games.  Live betting odds are here

Brewers-Mets - The Brewers are just 1-7 in the last 8 meetings in New York.

The Mets RH Zack Wheeler (3-2, 3.83) turned in his third quality start in four outings Saturday at Pittsburgh, but he did not factor in the decision after yielding three runs and seven hits over six innings. 

The Brewers RH Chase Anderson (3-1, 3.72 ERA) halted a three-game winless streak in his last start.  He is 0-2 with a 4.80 ERA.

Milwaukee won yesterday in New York and are actually 6-2 overall in the last eight of this series. 

Dodgers-Cardinals – The UNDER is 15-7 in the last 22 meetings with the total coming in at 8. 

The Dodgers RH Brandon McCarthy (5-1, 3.28 ERA) has recorded back-to-back stellar outings, allowing one run and five hits over 12 innings in the two victories.  He has three career no-decisions against the Cards.

The Cardinals RH Adam Wainwright (5-3, 4.20) has three straight victories, giving up one run and 12 hits over 20 1/3 innings during the stretch.  Wainwright is 4-5 with a 2.90 ERA in 14 career appearances (11 starts) versus the Dodgers.

As good as these two have been of late, one would see the UNDER as enticing but this is a scenario where we also see a little looser play and more runs scored so passing on this one.

Red Sox-Orioles - The UNDER is The UNDER is 11-2-2 in the last 15 meetings,  5-0-1 in the Red Sox LH Eduardo Rodriguez (4-1, 2.77 ERA )last 6 road starts vs. Orioles and 7-1 in Orioles LH Wade Miley (1-3, 3.02) last eight home starts.  

The Red Sox are 1-4 in their last 5 road games vs. a left-handed starter while the UNDER is 6-2 in the Orioles last 8 games vs. a left-handed starter.

The total for this game is steady at 9.  Six of the last ten in this series have gone UNDER that total.  Another two have resulted in that exact number of runs.  Go With The UNDER 9 Here


National League

4:10 PM


Arizona Diamondbacks, P: Z Greinke - R

-1.5 +130 

o8.5 +100 



Miami Marlins, P: J Locke - L

+1.5 -150 

u8.5 -120 



10:10 AM


Milwaukee Brewers, P: C Anderson - R

+1.5 -170 

o8.5 -110 



New York Mets, P: Z Wheeler - R

-1.5 +148 

u8.5 -110 



10:45 AM


Los Angeles Dodgers, P: B McCarthy - R

-1.5 +144 




Saint Louis Cardinals, P: A Wainwright - R

+1.5 -165 



American League

9:20 AM


Oakland Athletics, P: J Cotton - R

+1.5 -115 

o8.5 -105 



Cleveland Indians, P: C Kluber - R

-1.5 -105 

u8.5 -115 



4:05 PM


Boston Red Sox, P: E Rodriguez - L

-1.5 +120 




Baltimore Orioles, P: W Miley - L

+1.5 -140 




4:05 PM


New York Yankees, P: C Sabathia - L

+1.5 -155 

o8.5 -115 



Toronto Blue Jays, P: M Estrada - R

-1.5 +135 

u8.5 -105 



7:05 PM


Minnesota Twins, P: A Mejia - L

+1.5 -205 

o8.5 -105 



Los Angeles Angels, P: A Meyer - R

-1.5 +172 

u8.5 -115 



12:40 PM


Colorado Rockies, P: K Freeland - L

+1.5 -185 




Seattle Mariners, P: Y Gallardo - R

-1.5 +160 




- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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