Friday's MLB Odds


(TheSpread) – Major League Baseball has 15 games taking place on Friday. Here is a look at the odds and pitching matchups for all 15 contests.

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In the American League, the featured game of the day has the Chicago White Sox hosting the Tampa Bay Rays at 8:10PM ET (View Matchup). The White Sox have Gavin Floyd on the mound to face Jeremy Hellickson of the Rays. According to oddsmakers at, the Rays are a slight favorite in this game, as they have odds of -115 to win. The White Sox have been given a money line of +105, while the over/under total has been set at 8.5 runs. Tampa Bay is 86-70 overall and 42-36 on the road while Chicago is 82-73 overall and 44-33 at home. The White Sox have won four of their last five over the Rays.

The featured game in the National League has the St. Louis Cardinals hosting the Washington Nationals at 8:15PM ET (View Matchup). The Cardinals have Adam Wainwright on the mound to face Edwin Jackson of the Nationals. According to oddsmakers, the Cardinals have odds of -140 to win, while the Nationals have a money line of +130 to win. The over/under total has been set at 8 runs. Washington is 95-61 overall and 47-31 on the road while St. Louis is 84-72 overall and 46-29 at home. Washington has won five of its last six against St. Louis.

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

2012 MLB Odds for Friday, September 28

National League

901 Cincinnati Reds N/A (Bailey)

902 Pittsburgh Pirates N/A (Burnett)

903 Philadelphia Phillies -145 (7) (Lee)

904 Miami Marlins +135 (Buehrle)

905 New York Mets +155 (7) (Niese)

906 Atlanta Braves -165 (Hudson)

907 Houston Astros +235 (8) (Gonzalez)

908 Milwaukee Brewers -265 (Gallardo)

909 Washington Nationals +130 (8) (Jackson)

910 St. Louis Cardinals -140 (Wainwright)

911 Chicago Cubs +187 (9) (Wood)

912 Arizona Diamondbacks -205 (Kennedy)

913 San Francisco Giants +105 (7) (Vogelsong)

914 San Diego Padres -115 (Werner)

915 Colorado Rockies N/A (Francis)

916 Los Angeles Dodgers N/A (Kershaw)

American League

917 New York Yankees -200 (9) (Kuroda)

918 Toronto Blue Jays +185 (Jenkins)

919 Boston Red Sox N/A (Cook)

920 Baltimore Orioles N/A (Tillman)

921 Kansas City Royals +100 (9) (Smith)

922 Cleveland Indians -110 (Huff)

923 Los Angeles Angels N/A (Weaver)

924 Texas Rangers N/A (Dempster)

925 Detroit Tigers -145 (9) (Smyly)

926 Minnesota Twins +135 (Diamond)

927 Tampa Bay Rays -115 (8.5) (Hellickson)

928 Chicago White Sox +105 (Floyd)

929 Seattle Mariners +175 (7) (Beavan)

930 Oakland Athletics -185 (Griffin)

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