It was another winner here at the Sportsbook Room as the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers played over the total of 8 ½ runs. Like we said the New York Yankees absolutely own Derek Holland and the Bronx Bombers pounded the Texas left hander in their win in this first game of their series. C.C. did allow four earned runs to the hot Rangers bats and we got the run production from Texas to push this total over as Sabathia had an ERA of well over five entering this start. Our best betting pick for Tuesday comes from the National League contest as the San Francisco Giants off their double header sweep of the Mets will travel to face the Cincinnati Reds. They begin from Cincinnati at 7PM Eastern Time and you can watch this game live over the MLB package. With our MLB pick we will play on the San Francisco Giants -106 betting odds against the Cincinnati Reds. The odds used from this Major League best betting pick were taken from Just Bet sportsbook.
The odds from this National League MLB game open at a pick with each team lined at a -105 odds with the over under lined at 7 ½ runs. Money early from the MLB bettors has landed on the side of the Giants as San Francisco is now favored by -106 odds with the Reds the home underdog at -104 odds. The run over under is lined at 7 ½ runs. Those who bet the San Francisco Giants on the run line laying -1 ½ runs the take back is +164 odds for the wager. Bettors who take +1 ½ runs on Cincinnati with a run line wager will have to lay -174 betting odds.
San Francisco starter Matt Cain is coming in off two outstanding efforts. In home games against the Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh Pirates the right hander allowed no earned runs with two victories and complete games in both working 18 innings. Cain allowed just three hits in those 18 innings of work. Cain has had success against the Cincinnati Reds lineup as he has allowed just three earned runs in his past three starts with 25 innings pitched. The Giants come into Cincinnati with momentum as the club has won five of their past six games and is coming off a doubleheader sweep of the New York Mets on Monday. The Giants allowed just three runs combined in those 18 innings Monday against the Mets hitters. San Francisco is putting up 5 ½ runs and batting .264 in their 10 road games this season.
The Cincinnati Reds starter on Tuesday Mat Latos has struggled mightily in the 2012 season. In three starts this year Latos is 0-2 with an ERA of 8.21 and a WHIP nearing two base runners per innings. He allowed eight earned runs with nine hits and three walks in a loss at St Louis on Wednesday in 5 2/3rd innings. Latos benefitted from a pitchers park in his days with San Diego and has not adjusted well playing in hitter friendly parks. Bet the Giants today and before doing this pick up sportsbook promo codes.