Thursday's MLB Odds

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(TheSpread) – Major League Baseball has just 5 games taking place on Thursday. Here is a look at the odds and pitching matchups for each contest.

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In the American League, the featured game has the Baltimore Orioles hosting the New York Yankees in a key AL East game at 7:05PM ET (View Matchup). The Orioles send Jason Hammel to the mound to face David Phelps of the Yankees. According to oddsmakers, the Yankees are a slight favorite to win this game, as they have odds of -115 to win. The Orioles have been given a money line of +105, while the over/under total has been set at 9 runs. Baltimore is 76-60 overall and 37-30 at home while the Yankees are 77-59 overall and 36-31 on the road. The Orioles have won five of their last seven against the Yankees.

In the National League, the featured game has the Atlanta Braves hosting the Colorado Rockies at 12:10PM ET (View Matchup). The Rockies are sending Jhoulys Chacin to the mound to face Tim Hudson of the Braves. According to oddsmakers, the Braves are favored to win this game, as they have odds of -175 to win. The Rockies come in with a money line of +165, while the over/under total has been set at 7.5 runs. Atlanta is 77-60 overall and 39-32 at home while Colorado is 56-79 overall and 26-38 on the road. The Braves have won six of their last seven against the Rockies.

For odds and goal totals for each of Thursday’s games, see below.

2012 MLB Odds for Thursday, September 6

National League

901 Colorado Rockies +165 (7.5) (Chacin)

902 Atlanta Braves -175 (Hudson)

903 Milwaukee Brewers +115 (7.5) (Estrada)

904 Miami Marlins -125 (Johnson)

905 Chicago Cubs +200 (8) (Germano)

906 Washington Nationals -220 (Zimmerman)

American League

907 New York Yankees -115 (9) (Phelps)

908 Baltimore Orioles +105 (Hammel)

909 Texas Rangers -135 (9.5) (Feldman)

910 Kansas City Royals +125 (Hochevar)

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