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Major League Baseball Top Exposures June 2 - Houston Astros

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Jun/02/2018

The Red Sox vs. Astros Saturday game has Houston as a -181 favorite after opening at -162.  Overall, the price has jumped 10 to 15 points.  Nearly 80% of the bets were coming in on Houston for this game.

The Astros have won 8 of the last 10 games in this series.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Red Sox LH David Price (5-4, 4.04 ERA) vs. Astros RH Justin Verlander (7-2, 1.11)

Price is unbeaten in his last four starts, giving up a total of seven runs on 17 hits and 10 walks across 25 1/3 innings.  He is 5-2 with a 2.79 ERA in 10 career appearances (eight starts) versus the Astros.

Verlander has permitted one or fewer earned runs in six straight starts and nine of 10, including Monday when he held the New York Yankees to one run over 6 2/3 innings.

The Astros are 10-2 in Verlander’s last 12 starts with 4 days of rest.

TAKE THE ASTROS -181 HERE  as we hope to go four consecutive wins with our free picks.

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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