Tuesday's MLB Odds
LAS VEGAS, NV (TheSpread) – The MLB schedule for Tuesday features a full set of 15 games. Here is a breakdown of the top games taking place today.
The featured game of the day has the Pittsburgh Pirates hosting the Los Angeles Dodgers at 7:05PM ET. Los Angeles has Josh Beckett (6-5) on the mound to face Vance Worley (2-1) of the Pirates. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, Pittsburgh is the slight favorite at home, as the Pirates have odds of -115 to win, while the Dodgers have odds of +105 to prevail. The over/under total for the game has been set at 8 runs. Pittsburgh is 52-47 on the season and 32-21 at home while Los Angeles is 56-45 overall and 31-21 on the road. These two have met five times this season, with Pittsburgh winning three of the five games, all on the road. These two have hit the over in five of their last eight meetings.
Another featured game today has the Los Angeles Angels hosting the Baltimore Orioles at 10:05PM ET. The Angels have Hector Santiago (2-7) on the mound to face Miguel Gonzalez (4-5) of the Orioles. Oddsmakers see Los Angeles as the favorite at home, as they have odds of -140 to win, while the Orioles have a money line of +130 to prevail. The over/under total has been set at 8.5 runs. Baltimore is 54-44 on the season and 28-21 on the road while Los Angeles is 59-39 overall and 34-17 at home. The Orioles come into tonight’s game having won five of their last six against the Angels.
Another big game today has the Toronto Blue Jays (7-5) hosting the Boston Red Sox (1-8) at 7:07PM ET. The Sox have Jake Peavy (1-8) on the mound to face J.A. Happ (7-5) of the Jays. Toronto is favored at home in this game, as the Jays have odds of -110 to prevail, while the Red Sox have a money line of +100 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 9 runs. Boston is 47-52 overall and 21-26 on the road while Toronto is 51-49 overall and 27-23 at home. The road team has won six of the seven meetings this year, including a 14-1 win for Boston on Monday. These two have hit the over in four straight meetings.