Minnesota Twins vs. Toronto Blue Jays – 3:07 PM ET
We’re going to kick off today’s daily sports bets with a game between the Twins and Blue Jays. The Minnesota Twins, with a record of 31-23, have lost three of their last five games. In the first game of this series, they beat the Blue Jays 9-3. The 3-2 Dylan Bundy will take the mound for the Twins tonight. Bundy has an ERA of 4.76 over the course of 39.2 innings.
For the Toronto Blue Jays, Jose Berrios will get the start. Berrios has the same 3-2 record as Bundy, but with an ERA of 5.62. Toronto had a tough time putting runs on the board yesterday. If they fall into the same troubles here, they’ll likely lose again. However, we don’t think they’ll have those troubles today, we’ll take Toronto -170.
Cleveland Guardians vs. Baltimore Orioles – 4:05 PM ET
The Cleveland Guardians have a record of 23-24 this season, just under .500. Unfortunately, they haven’t been very good on the road this season either. Although they’re under .500 right now, the Guardians have won their last four games. Their most recent win was a 6-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles, who they play tonight.
On the mound for the Guardians is Triston McKenzie, who is 3-4 as a starter this season. McKenzie has an ERA of 2.65, which is rather impressive for his record. For the Orioles, the 2-4 Tyler Wells will get the start on the mound. Wells has an ERA of 3.71 over 43.2 innings pitched. Between these two teams, we’ll take the Guardians to get another win tonight -130.
Colorado Avalanche vs. Edmonton Oilers – 8:00 PM ET
Moving into the NHL Playoffs, we have another game between the Avalanche and the Oilers. The Avalanche, are ahead in the series 2-0, after easily winning Game 2. Colorado has a high-powered offense, something the Oilers are having trouble with. On average, the Avalanche scores 3.76 goals per game. It’s important to note that Darcy Kuemper is questionable tonight.
The Edmonton Oilers had to play the first two games of this series on the road. Tonight, they’ll return home and hope to have a better showing. Their defense has crumbled this series under the pressure of Colorado’s offense. They’ve allowed the Avalanche to score six goals per game, which is a recipe for a loss. That being said, we think they’ll win this one at home.
Atlanta Braves vs. Colorado Rockies – 9:10 PM ET
Slightly later in the night, we’ll see the Atlanta Braves face the Colorado Rockies. The Braves are up 2-0 in this series after their 3-1 win yesterday. Atlanta will send out Spencer Strider, who has a record of 1-2 this season. Although Strider’s record isn’t great, he has an ERA of 3.45, which isn’t bad. This is especially true when you compare it to Colorado’s pitcher.
Getting the start on the mound for the Rockies is the 1-5 Kyle Freeland. Freeland has an ERA of 4.96 over the course of 52.2 innings. The Rockies have a sizable edge when it comes to batting average. Colorado has a team batting average of .264 while the Braves have a .241. Although they’re down two games in this series, we’ll take Colorado +150 tonight.
New York Mets vs. Los Angeles Dodgers – 10:10 PM ET
You might want to stay up a while to catch this game. The New York Mets taking on the Los Angeles Dodgers is sure to be entertaining. New York, with a record of 35-19 this season, has already lost two games to Los Angeles. Getting the start tonight is the 2-0 David Peterson. Peterson has an ERA of 3.03 but is facing some seriously tough competition.
Taking the mound for the Dodgers is RHP Walker Buehler, the ace for Los Angeles. Buehler is 6-1 this season with an ERA of 3.22. The Dodgers have a deep bullpen, one that will be tough for the Mets to get through. So far, the Mets batting hasn’t done well against Los Angeles. However, we don’t think the Mets will lose three in a row, we’ll take New York +160.
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