|2014 MLB Opening Odds & Over/Under Totals for Sunday, April 27|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Sunday, 27 April 2014 06:00|
Sunday's MLB Odds
(TheSpread) – The MLB Schedule for Sunday has another full set of 15 games. Here is a breakdown of the featured games taking place today.
The featured game today has the Minnesota Twins hosting the Detroit Tigers at 2PM ET. Detroit has Justin Verlander (3-1) on the mound to face Kyle Gibson (3-1) of the Twins. According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, the Tigers are favored on the road, as they have odds of -145 to win, while the Twins have a money line of +135 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 8 runs. The Tigers are just 3-3 in their last six while Minnesota has won three of its last four. These two split the first two games of the series, but the Tigers have won three of the last four overall meetings.
Another featured game today has the Los Angeles Dodgers hosting the Colorado Rockies at 4PM ET. The Rockies have Jorge De La Rosa (1-3) on the mound to face Hyun-Jin Ryu (3-1) of the Dodgers. Oddsmakers have the Dodgers favored at home, as they have odds of -185 to win, while the Rockies have a money line of +175 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 7.5 runs. Colorado has won six of its last nine entering today while the Dodgers are just 2-4 in their last six. These two have split the first two in this series, but Colorado has won four of its last six meetings with Los Angeles.
The third game of note has the Chicago White Sox hosting the Tampa Bay Rays at 2PM ET. The Sox have Scott Carroll (0-0) on the mound to face David Price (3-1) of the Rays. Oddsmakers see the Rays as the road favorite, as they have odds of -155 to win, while the White Sox have a money line of +145 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 8 runs. The Rays have lost four of their last six while Chicago has won four of its last seven. These two have split the first two meetings, but the Rays have won six of their last seven against the White Sox.