OTH- Daily Odds 7/22/19 is part of a daily series providing you with the odds for all major sports playing that day.
7:00 Red Sox @ Rays – Eduardo Rodriguez and the Red Sox look to bounce back after a rough weekend in Baltimore. Rodriguez has been in good form recently allowing two earned runs or less in his last four starts, and has not lost a game since June ninth. Mookie Betts is batting .343 on the year against the Rays including five extra base hits. Boston welcomes back Nathan Eovoldi who will help solidify the bullpen which has struggled at times this year. The Rays come into the game having lost five of their last six. Look for the Red Sox to take out their frustration from the weekend on Jalen Beeks and the Rays.
Red Sox -110
7:05 Rockies @ Nationals – Erick Fedde will start tonight for the Nationals. Fedde has pitched well as of late giving up three runs or less in six of his last seven outings. Starting for the Rockies will be Peter Lambert. Lambert has allowed an astounding 22 earned runs in his last in his last 23.2 innings. Expect Anthony Rendon to have a big game against Lambert and help lead the Nationals to the win.
7:05 Cardinals @ Pirates – The Cardinals are 7-3 since the All Star Break, while the Pirates are 2-7. Trevor Williams is pitching for Pittsburgh and he has been hit hard in recent starts. In each of his last four starts, he has given up at least four runs and eight hits. Daniel Ponce De Leon is pitching for St. Louis, and he had his worst start of the year last week against Pittsburgh. He has pitched well this year, as he has given up one run or less in three of his five starts this season. Look for him to rebound after his last start and for the Cardinals to stay hot.
8:10 Reds @ Brewers – Before the All Star Break, the NL Central was really tight from top to bottom. Now it is starting to spread out. The Reds have fallen to 9 games back, and are 3-7 since the break. The Brewers have went 6-4 and have won five of their last six games. Sonny Gray is pitching for the Reds and has been pitching really well of late. In his last start at Miller Park, however, he couldn’t finish five innings and gave up four runs. Chase Anderson is pitching for the Brewers and he has given up two runs or less in each of his last five starts. Look for the Brewers to stay hot and win tonight.
8:10 Yankees @ Twins – The Yankees and the Twins will begin a three game series tonight in Minnesota. New York comes into the game winners of six of their last seven games. They are also 7-3 in their last ten road games. The Twins on the other hand have been on a slide lately losing five of their last seven. CC Sabathia will take the mound for the Yankees. Sabathia has allowed three runs or fewer in each of his last four starts. Martin Perez gets the start for the Twins. The Twins have lost three of his last five starts. Perez has only one win in his last seven starts. Expect the Yankees to get back into the win column tonight.
8:10 Marlins @ White Sox – The White Sox are coming off their first series win since the All Star Break as they took 2 out of 3 from the Rays. They look to build off that series this week against Miami. Miami is sending Trevor Richards to the mound, and they have only won four of his nineteen starts this season, including losing his last seven starts. Ivan Nova has had a very rocky season for the White Sox, but he has been serviceable as of late at home. In his last five home starts, he has given up 12 earned runs in 26 and ⅔ innings. The Marlins have lost eight of their last nine road games, and the White Sox haven’t lost a home series since May 3-5.
White Sox -114
Flier of the Day
8:10 Athletics @ Astros – The A’s have been surging, going 7-2 since the All Star Break. They have scored five or more runs in seven of those nine games. Tonight they get a tough test as they travel to Houston. The Astros have gone 7-4 since the break, but have won their last five games. The pitching match-up favors the Astros as Gerrit Cole squares off against Homer Bailey. This series means more to the A’s than it does Houston though, as Houston has a comfortable 6.5 game lead in the division. The A’s are clinging to the 2nd wild card spot, and are fighting a lot of teams for that playoff spot. Look for them to continue playing their best ball of the season and steal a win tonight in Houston.
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