MLB Betting Analysis Sept 9-15

MLB Betting Analysis Sept 9-15

The NFL is here, but don’t sleep on baseball. Use my MLB betting analysis on the top games of the week to get an edge on your baseball bets.

MLB Betting Analysis Sept 9-15

Monday, Sep 9

Oakland A’s at Houston Astros

The A’s Mike Fiers is 14-3 with a 3.51 ERA. Versus the Astros, he’s thrown well, limiting Houston to a .226 batting average. It makes sense to back the likely dog.

Pick: Oakland A’s

Cleveland Indians at L.A. Angels

Cleveland listed pitcher Shane Bieber holds the Angels to a 2.31 batting average. His 3.24 ERA should be enough for the Tribe to win this.

Pick: Cleveland Indians

Tuesday, Sep 10

Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays

Neither Boston nor Toronto has played all that great this season. The Red Sox will start Nathan Eovaldi. The Blue Jays will start Wilmer Font. This one is up in the air, which means backing the likely home dog Jays makes the most sense.

Pick: Toronto Blue Jays

St. Louis Cardinals at Colorado Rockies

St. Louis pitcher Dakota Hudson is 15-6 with a 3.40 ERA. The Cardinals have won his last 6 starts. St. Louis should take this on the run line.

Pick: St. Louis Cardinals run line

Wednesday, Sep 11

Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies

Any time Atlanta listed starter Dallas Kuechel takes the mound, the Braves respond. Atlanta is 5-0 in Kuechel’s last 5 starts. The ATL wins.

Pick: Atlanta Braves

Arizona Diamondbacks at New York Mets

This should be a decent matchup because Robbie Ray is listed to throw for the D’Backs. NYM starter Steven Matz hasn’t had a fantastic season. He does have a winning 9-8 record and decent 4.00 ERA. More importantly, the Mets have won 3-of-4 of Matz’s last 4 starts.

Pick: New York Mets

Thursday, Sep 12

Washington Nationals at Minnesota Twins

The Twins haven’t decided who will start for them on Thursday. The Nats plan on starting Pat Corbin. Corbin has some nice stats. Unfortunately, he hasn’t been at his best lately. Not only that, but Washington’s bullpen ranks twenty-ninth with a 5.76 ERA.

Pick: Minnesota Twins

Tampa Bay Rays at Texas Rangers

Kolby Allard steps to the mound for the Rangers. Texas is 5-0 in Allard’s last 5 starts. They’re 4-1 on the run line in Allard’s last 5 starts. Back Texas on the run line if they’re the favorite.

Pick: Texas Rangers run line

Friday, Sep 13

L.A. Dodgers at New York Mets

It’s Clayton Kershaw versus Noah Syndergaard when the Dodgers and Mets battle on Friday. Kershaw is having another excellent season. However, the Dodgers are 0-3 in his last 3 starts. That gives the Mets the edge.

Pick: New York Mets

Miami Marlins at San Francisco Giants

San Francisco pitcher Derrick Rodriguez has thrown well enough for the win here. Even though the Giants are 0-3 in Rodriguez’s last 3 starts, those games were versus the Cubs, Padres, and Cardinals. The Marlins are much worse than any of those 3 teams.

Pick: San Francisco Giants

Saturday, Sep 14

Boston Red Sox at Philadelphia Phillies

Former Cy Young winner Rick Porcello’s isn’t having a great season. His record is 12-11 while he’s got a 5.63 ERA. The door is open for the Phillies to win this by 2 because Aaron Nola steps to the mound on Saturday.

Pick: Philadelphia Phillies run line

Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians

Minnesota is undecided again because Michael Pineda has been suspended for 60 games. Cleveland hopes to send Mike Cleavinger to the mound. The Twins bat .196 versus Cleavinger.

Pick: Cleveland Indians

Sunday, Sep 15

Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals

Atlanta Sunday starter Max Fried is 16-4. The ATL is 9-1 SU in his last 10 starts. Atlanta on the run line looks like a solid play.

Pick: Atlanta Braves run line

Tampa Bay Rays at L.A. Angels

Almost every time Rays starter Ryan Yarborough steps to the mound, Tampa Bay wins. The Rays are 8-2 SU in Yarborough’s last 10 starts. He should throw well enough for the T.B. win here.

Pick: Tampa Bay Rays

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