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MLB Betting Trends, Lines 7 May: Over is 10-1 in Z Davies Last 11 Starts

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May/07/2017

Gambling911.com has some book trends, picks and your latest lines for Sunday’s games.

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Brewers-Pirates - The UNDER is 12-3 in the Brewers-Pirates series, however, the OVER is 10-1 in Z. Davies last eleven starts.

Indians-Royals - The Indians are 9-1 in the last 10 meetings and  6-1 in the last 7 meetings in Kansas City.  The Indians RH Mike Clevinger (2016: 3-3, 5.26 ERA) had a 3.18 ERA in two appearances (one start) versus Kansas City in 2016 Cleveland is a great bet at -112.

The Royals LH Danny Duffy (2-2, 3.89) is 2-3 with a 3.83 ERA in 12 appearances (eight starts) versus the Indians.

Nationals-Phillies - The Nationals are 17-4 in the last 21 meetings in Philadelphia and 11-3 in T. Roark's last 14 road starts.  Washington is a good value at -130.

MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL - May 07 

National League

10:10 AM

951

Miami Marlins, P: J Urena - R

+1.5 -180

o8.5 -105

+122

952

New York Mets, P: M Harvey - R

-1.5 +155

u8.5 -115

-135

10:35 AM

953

St. Louis Cardinals, P: M Wacha - R

-1.5 +135

o8.5 -115

-117

954

Atlanta Braves, P: R Dickey - R

+1.5 -155

u8.5 -105

+107

10:35 AM

955

Milwaukee Brewers, P: Z Davies - R

+1.5 -195

o8.5 -107

+110

956

Pittsburgh Pirates, P: T Glasnow - R

-1.5 +166

u8.5 -114

-121

11:35 AM

957

Washington Nationals, P: T Roark - R

-1.5 +130

o8.5 -105

-130

958

Philadelphia Phillies, P: J Hellickson - R

+1.5 -150

u8.5 -115

+118

12:10 PM

959

 

Arizona Diamondbacks, P: T Walker - R

+1.5 -175

o11.5 -120

+107

960

Colorado Rockies, P: T Chatwood - R

-1.5 +151

u11.5 +100

-117

1:10 PM

961

San Francisco Giants, P: J Cueto - R

-1.5 +148

o8.5 -120

-108

962

Cincinnati Reds, P: S Feldman - R

+1.5 -170

u8.5 +100

-102

1:40 PM

963

Los Angeles Dodgers, P: B McCarthy - R

-1.5 +120

o7-120

-140

964

San Diego Padres, P: T Cahill - R

+1.5 -140

u7+100

+126

American League

10:10 AM

965

Toronto Blue Jays, P: J Biagini - R

+1.5 -175

o8-115

+120

966

Tampa Bay Rays, P: A Cobb - R

-1.5 +151

u8-105

-133

10:35 AM

967

Chicago White Sox, P: J Quintana - L

+1.5 -200

o8-120

+106

968

Baltimore Orioles, P: C Tillman - R

-1.5 +170

u8+100

-116

11:10 AM

969

Boston Red Sox, P: C Sale - L

-1.5 -110

o7-115

-175

970

Minnesota Twins, P: E Santana - R

+1.5 -110

u7-105

+157

11:15 AM

971

Cleveland Indians, P: M Clevinger - R

-1.5 +140

o8.5 -105

-115

972

Kansas City Royals, P: D Duffy - L

+1.5 -160

u8.5 -115

+105

12:35 PM

973

Houston Astros, P: M Fiers - R

+1.5 -190

o8.5 -110

-101

974

Los Angeles Angels, P: M Shoemaker - R

-1.5 +163

u8.5 -110

-109

1:05 PM

975

Detroit Tigers, P: D Norris - L

+1.5 -205

o9+100

+101

976

Oakland Athletics, P: S Gray - R

-1.5 +172

u9-120

-111

1:10 PM

977

Texas Rangers, P: A Cashner - R

+1.5 -180

o8.5 -110

+118

978

Seattle Mariners, P: D Overton - L

-1.5 +155

u8.5 -110

-130

Interleague

5:05 PM

979

New York Yankees, P: L Severino - R

+1.5 -190

o7.5 +100

+118

980

Chicago Cubs, P: J Lester - L

-1.5 +163

u7.5 -120

-130

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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