MLB Betting Picks and Predictions TV Show Week Ending 6-28-2015

June 24, 2015

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Notable Mid-Week Series:
Dodgers at Cubs:
Dodgers clinging to one game lead over the Giants. Club has lost six of eight heading into Tuesday as they struggle on the road.
Cubs are 6 ½ back of the Cardinals in the NL Central but in the hunt for the NL Wildcard. Cubs pitching have been good.
Athletics at Rangers:
Rangers now just 3 back of Houston in the NL West division. Offense cooled off as they have scored just six runs total over their past four games heading into Tuesday. The pitching has been outstanding of late.
Athletics at 31-41 sitting ten back. Can this team make a second half run to get into the Wild card race? They have won their past two series in a row.
Padres at Giants:
Streaky Giants return home off a 3-2 road trip as they win their series last weekend at LA. Tim Lincecum is not going deep in game and taxing the Giants bullpen. Lincecum is in danger of losing his starting staff.
The Padres are still in the hunt in the NL West just 5 ½ back of LA despite a 34-38 record. Team is 2-6 since Bud Black got fired.
Notable Weekend Series:
Braves at Pirates:
The Braves at 35-35 just two games back of first place. They come off a weekend sweep of the Mets.
Pirates lose three straight at Washington over the weekend but still lead in the NL Wildcard race.
Reds at Mets:
Mets offense has been miserable. Club is one game over .500 and 1 ½ back of the Nationals. The New York starting pitchers are getting no support right now from the Mets bats and defense.
Reds are 32-36 and 12 ½ back of the Cardinals. Six games in the loss column back of the Cubs for a wildcard. They bring some positive momentum into the week winning two straight series against the Tigers and Marlins.
Cubs at Cardinals:
We take Cubs already
Cardinals are 21 games over .500 after taking two of three at Philadelphia over the weekend. The best pitching staff in baseball will have Lance Lynn back from the DL on Thursday.
Diamondbacks at Padres:
We talked Padres already.
Diamondbacks has shown great improvement since the managerial change over the offseason. The club is 34-35 and just four games back of the Dodgers. The team has won seven of ten entering Tuesday as they sit fourth in runs scored on the year (4.45).
Rangers at Blue Jays:
We talked Rangers already.
Blue Jays just two games back of Tampa Bay in the AL East. The top scoring offense in baseball opened up a road series at Tampa Bay on Monday with an 8-5 win. The Toronto offense has been carrying a subpar pitching staff.
White Sox at Tigers:
White Sox 11 back in the AL Central. The club is 12-24 on the road and 13-22 against the AL Central. They are losers of eight of ten entering play on Tuesday.
Tigers are 5 ½ back of KC in the AL Central. They went through another losing streak last week but the team enters Tuesday winners of two straight. Their pitching has been inconsistent.
Red Sox at Rays:
Red Sox has shown some flashes of offense of late. They are still 8 ½ games back in the AL East division.
The Rays are 40-32 and a game ahead of the Yankees despite an 18-18 home mark. Tampa Bay is 3rd in Team ERA at 3.35 season to date.
Yankees at Astros:
The Yankees are 38-32 and a game back of Tampa Bay. They have dropped two straight at home after opening up the stand at 4-0. Michael Pineda gets lit up by the Phillies on Monday.
Houston has seen their lead in the AL West shrink. Still the club is 41-31. It was a tough loss to the Angels on Monday.
Mariners at Angels:
Angels 5-5 in their past ten games. Albert Pujols has gotten hot as he leads the club with 23 homers. They are just four games in the loss column back of the Astros.
Mariners have been a great disappointment at 32-39. King Felix has struggled at times this year. The club is 29th in runs scored and 30th and last in team batting.
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