|2014 MLB Opening Odds & Over/Under Totals for Tuesday, June 17|
|Written by Drew Sharper|
|Tuesday, 17 June 2014 05:30|
Tuesday's MLB Odds
(TheSpread) – The MLB Schedule for Tuesday features a full set of 15 games. Here is a breakdown of the top games on the schedule.
The featured game today has the New York Yankees hosting the Toronto Blue Jays at 7:05PM ET. The Jays have Marcus Stroman (3-1) on the mound to face Masahiro Tanaka (10-1) of the Yankees. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, New York is favored at home, as it has odds of -170 to win this game, while the Jays have a money line of +160 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 8 runs. Toronto is 41-30 on the season and 21-13 on the road while New York is 35-33 overall and 13-16 at home. New York has won two of three meetings with Toronto this year and the two have hit the under in seven of their last 10 meetings.
Another featured game today has the Cleveland Indians hosting the Los Angeles Angels at 7:05PM ET. The Indians have Josh Tomlin (4-3) on the mound to face Matt Shoemaker (3-1) of the Angels. Oddsmakers have the Indians favored at home, as they have odds of -110 to win, while the Angels have a money line of +100 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 9 runs. Cleveland is 36-35 overall and 22-11 at home while Los Angeles is 37-32 overall and 17-18 on the road. Cleveland won Monday’s series opener and the home team has won all four meetings this year. These two have hit the under in five of their last seven meetings.
Another game of note today has the Detroit Tigers hosting the Kansas City Royals at 7:08PM ET. The Tigers have Max Scherzer (8-2) on the mound to face Yordano Ventura (4-5) of the Royals. Oddsmakers have the Tigers favored at home, as they have odds of -145 to win, while the Royals have a money line of +135 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 8 runs. Detroit is 36-30 on the season and 18-17 at home while Kansas City is 37-32 overall and 19-16 on the road. The Royals won Monday’s series opener, but the Tigers had won six straight over Kansas City prior to that. These two have hit the over in four straight meetings.