Major League Baseball Betting Picks, Trends July 29

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Gambling911.com has your free picks for Saturday’s games.

Rockies-Nationals - PITCHING MATCHUP: Rockies RH German Marquez (8-4, 4.20 ERA) vs. Nationals RH Tanner Roark (8-6, 4.83)

Marquez is enjoying a string of three straight wins and struck out nine in each of his last two outings. The Venezuelan held Pittsburgh to two runs on three hits and two walks in seven innings last Saturday

Roark went winless in his last six starts before the All-Star break but is 2-0 since and struck out a season-high 11 while allowing two runs and three hits in seven innings at Arizona last Saturday.

Eight of the last ten games in this series have resulted in nine or more runs, including 2 of the last 3 games played in Washington.

Colorado has scored five or more runs in eight of their last ten games and seven or more in six of their last ten games.  Washington has scored five or more runs in six of their last ten games overall.

Not surprisingly, the Over is 10-2 in the Rockies last 12 overall.

The OVER is 5-1 in Nationals last 6 home games.

GO WITH THE OVER 8.5 HERE

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