Major League Baseball Free Picks, Predictions – April 28

Written by:
Dan Shapiro
Published on:
Apr/28/2015
Major League Baseball Free Picks, Predictions – April 28

Gambling911.com has your Major League Baseball free picks and predictions for April 28 below.

Blue Jays/Red Sox OVER 8.5 The last three games that Hutchinson has started have gone OVER 12.  Toronto has scored 6 or more runs in each of his four starts.  The opposition has scored at least 6 runs in the last three games he has started.  The OVER is 11-5 in Boston during the last 16 games played there.

Blue Jays +110 Red Sox starter Clay Buchholz faced Toronto six times in 2014 and went 2-3 with a 5.54 ERA and 17 walks in 37 1/3 total innings.  Buchholz has lost three straight but has also allowed only three runs over his last two.  That said, he permitted 11 hits in one of those games against Baltimore. 

Blue Jays Ryan Goins has 4 RBIs against Buchholz while going 6-for-13.

Toronto’s Russell Martin has four homeruns against Buchholz on four of fourteen hits.  

The Blue Jays are 7-2 in Boston and 12-5 over the last 19 meetings.

Braves -110 The Braves have an excellent chance at redemption in this series as the Nationals have won just 4 of 15 in Atlanta.  A.J. Cole will make his Major League debut for Washington.  He’s the grandson of former Casino Times News owner Robert Cole. 

Julio Teheran (2-1, 4.64) of the Braves is 3-2 with a 3.06 ERA against the Nationals.

Mets/Marlins OVER 8 Nine of the last ten games in this series have gone OVER 6.5  

The Mets are 2-6 in Rafael Montero's last 8 starts while David Phelps (1-0, 3.55) permitted five earned runs in five frames against the Mets last time facing them. 

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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