Thursday's MLB Odds
LAS VEGAS, NV (TheSpread) – The MLB schedule for Thursday features 11 games. Here is a breakdown of the top games on today’s slate.
The featured game of the day has the Los Angeles Angels hosting the Detroit Tigers at 10PM ET. The Tigers have Max Scherzer (11-3) on the mound to face Garrett Richards (11-2) of the Angels. According to oddsmakers at BetDSI, the Angels are favored at home, as they have odds of -125 to win, while the Tigers have a money line of +115 to prevail. The over/under total has been set at 7 runs. Detroit is 56-42 on the season and 30-17 on the road while Los Angeles is 60-40 overall and 35-18 at home. Detroit has won two of three against the Angels this season, but the Angels had won eight straight over the Tigers prior to that. These two have hit the under in three of their last four meetings.
Another featured game today has the Seattle Mariners hosting the Baltimore Orioles at 10:10PM ET. The Orioles have Wei-Yin Chen (10-3) on the mound to face Hisashi Iwakuma (8-4) of the Mariners. Oddsmakers have Seattle favored at home, as the Mariners have odds of -130 to win, while the Orioles have odds of +120 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 7 runs. The Orioles are 55-45 overall and 29-22 on the road while Seattle is 53-48 overall and 25-28 at home. Seattle has won three of its last four against Baltimore and the two have hit the over in five of their last six meetings.
Another featured game today has the Kansas City Royals hosting the Cleveland Indians at 8:10PM ET. The Royals have Danny Duffy (5-10) on the mound to face Corey Kluber (10-6) of the Indians. Oddsmakers have the Indians favored on the road, as they have odds of -115 to win, while the Royals have a money line of +105 to win. The over/under total for the game has been set at 7.5 runs. Cleveland is 51-50 overall and 22-31 on the road while Kansas City is 50-50 overall and 28-25 on the road. Cleveland has won five of nine meetings against the Royals this season and the two have hit the over in five of the nine games.