We came through with yet another winner for our visitors to the Sportsbook Room as our best betting pick gets home as the Texas Rangers and San Diego Padres easily play under the total of 7 runs. The thick marine layer has been an issue for hitters at Petco Park in San Diego making for very low scoring games. Fly ball hitting lineups like Texas will find balls caught in the outfield warning tracks instead of being home runs in their ballpark. Matt Harrison made it three straight outstanding outings in a row as the left hander has now allowed just one earned run total in his past three starts. It also helps that he was facing an anemic hitting club in San Diego that pushes across just 3.1 runs per game and bats .214 in their home park. Jason Marquis made it now three straight starts allowing two runs or less as he goes a tough luck seven innings and allowed two earned runs in defeat to Texas on Monday. Our best betting pick from Tuesday comes from the interleague contest between the San Francisco Giants and LA Angels. First pitch from Anaheim is slated for 10PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by the MLB package. Our MLB best betting pick is playing on the San Francisco Giants and LA Angels to play under the total of 7 runs. The odds from our best bet today comes courtesy of Top Bet sportsbook.
The betting odds opened up in this MLB game with the home team LA Angels favored by -210 odds with the San Francisco Giants take back at +185 odds. The over under came out at 7 runs. Early money from the betting public has landed on the side of the home club as the Angels are now favored by -215 odds and the San Francisco Giants take back is set at +190 odds. The run over under has not moved off the opening number of 7 runs. Those betting the LA Angels on the run line and laying -1 ½ runs will get back +110 odds. Bettors playing the San Francisco Giants and taking the +1 ½ runs head start will lay -110 odds for their run line wager.
Taking the mound tonight for the San Francisco Giants will be Barry Zito. The veteran left hander has been solid on the road with an ERA of just 3.34 in six starts on the season. He is backed by a good Giants bullpen with an ERA of 3.08 on the season. The San Francisco hitting lineup struggles against left handed pitching with a 3.4 runs per game average.
The Angels will throw C.J. Wilson on Tuesday to face the Giants hitting lineup. The lefty has been outstanding by allowing no more than one earned run per game over his past six starts. In total Wilson has allowed four earned runs total in his past six starts working 38 2/3rd innings. The Angels batters are producing an average of two runs per game over their past seven games. The play is the under at best sportsbooks online.