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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 15, 2019
Tigers vs Indians
OVER 10½ +103 Won
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10* Over Tigers/Indians (7:10 ET): The Indians were able to at least salvage one win in their three-game set w/ the 1st place Twins, winning Sunday by a score of 4-3. This figures to be an easier series as they've already taken eight of nine from the last place Tigers this season. As I had previously projected, the bottom has really fallen out w/ this Detroit ballclub as they've dropped 16 of the last 19 games. But they too won Sunday, achieving a season-high in both runs scored (12) and hits (19) in avoiding a sweep at Kansas City. I've got this game going Over the total. 

The Tigers have scored the fewest runs in all of the American League, which has led to them now having the second worst run differential in all of baseball (-159). But they give up their fair share as well, which is why they're now 30 games below .500. Monday's starter Daniel Norris gave up six runs in his last start just as he did the last time he faced Cleveland. The Indians have scored 62 runs in the nine games so far against the Tigers, an average of nearly 7.0 per game. Norris has a 4.37 ERA in nine previous starts vs. Cleveland and is winless his L10 starts overall (0-6). The Over is 7-2 in Detroit's last nine games. 

Adam Plutko has been a bit of a surprise in the Indians' rotation, but he doesn't go very deep into games and has had some bad outings. He allowed 2 HR's when he faced the Tigers in Detroit last month. He's been used as both a starter and reliever this season and the last time we saw him was June 28th, a game the Indians lost 13-0 (to Baltimore!). Plutko allowed five runs and nine hits in 4 2/3 IP that day.  While every game in the Minnesota series stayed Under, the Over is 36-14-2 the L52 times the Indians have played host to the Tigers. 10* Over Tigers/Indians

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 15, 2019
Braves vs Brewers
UNDER 10 -105 Won
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8* Under Braves/Brewers (8:10 ET): Other than the Dodgers (who were our *10* Game of the Week last night!), I'm not sure who else is all that good in the National League. Atlanta would probably like to lay claim to being the Senior Circuit's 2nd best ballclub, but I'm forecasting a fairly mediocre second half of the season for them. Now that may be enough to make the playoffs or even win their division. As for the Brewers, they fancy themselves as contenders, but have been outscored this season and dropped seven of their last 10 games. I'm on the Under in this series opener. 

The Braves are a team known for their offensive prowess, but like most teams they score fewer runs on the road. Their second half began w/ a sweep out in San Diego where they scored 16 runs in three games. But don't discount the effect of moving West to East for this next series. As for limiting their opponent's offense tonight, Max Fried may not seem like an ideal candidate given his recent string of performances. However, be aware that back in May Fried held the Brew Crew scoreless for six innings of two-hit ball. He won't have to face Ryan Braun tonight either as Braun is out of the Milwaukee lineup so that he can attend the funeral of a friend. 

Today will be a "bullpen day" for the Brewers with Adam Houser opening. Considering how poorly Milwaukee relievers performed in the last series (vs. SF) and how Houser has looked, again, this may not seem like an ideal setup for an Under. However, I look for Brewers pitching to be better here than it was over the weekend against the Giants. The Under is 41-19-2 their L62 games vs. an opponent w/ a win percentage of .600 or greater. 8* Under Braves/Brewers


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