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Major League Baseball Top Exposure June 6 - New York Mets

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Jun/06/2018

The New York Mets were seeing around 75% of the betting action against the Baltimore Orioles Wednesday.

Despite this, the line has barely moved from -117 to -115 across the board.

Let's face it, Baltimore is a horrible team this season, entering this game with just an 18-41 record.  Surely the Mets would win here with great value, right?

PITCHING MATCHUP: Orioles RH Dylan Bundy (3-7, 4.46 ERA) vs. Mets RH Zack Wheeler (2-4, 5.14)

Bundy's difficult season has been plagued by the home run ball, and his last outing was no different as Bryce Harper and Mark Reynolds went deep as part of the career high-tying 11 hits he allowed over six innings in a 3-2 setback to Washington.

Wheeler saw his winless stretch extend to six starts (0-3) on Friday despite yielding just two runs in six innings of a no-decision against the Chicago Cubs.

The Mets are 3-7 in their last 10 home games vs. a right-handed starter.

GO WITH THE ORIOLES +105

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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