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Baseball Betting Previews June 7 - Tigers vs. Red Sox: Boston Starter Makes Debut

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Jun/07/2018

The line on the Tigers-Red Sox Thursday game opened at -190 and had fallen all the way to -165.  Most of the early action appeared to be on Boston at 70/40 but there was some conflicting reports coming in earlier to Gambling911 primarily due to a new starting pitcher making his debut for the Red Sox.  This game will be nationally televised on ESPN. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

PITCHING MATCHUP: Tigers LH Matthew Boyd (3-4, 3.23 ERA) vs. Red Sox LH Jalen Beeks (major-league debut)

Boyd recorded six straight starts in which he had not surrendered a homer before he was taken deep on two occasions in a no-decision against Toronto on Saturday.

With Drew Pomeranz on the 10-day disabled list, Beeks was scratched from his scheduled start on Tuesday in Triple-A Pawtucket and summoned to make his major-league debut after posting a 3-3 mark with a 2.56 ERA and 0.98 WHIP in 10 outings with Pawtucket.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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