Jason Radowitz is 16-8 in his last 24 MLB bets. With Wednesday’s early slate, he’ll look to add to his hot streak with three more best bets.
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Boom! Last night, we went 3-0! Yesterday was a great day for some of my backers! I’m 16-8 in my last 24 MLB bets and I’m not slowing down. In fact, I’m on fire. Like I always say in my introductory paragraph, in August and September, we’re able to look at so much data and statistics, that it feels like MLB becomes a bit easier. Today, many teams are playing their getaway games early during the day. There will be plenty of kids in the ballpark, some potential rainouts, and some early finishes. Here’s what I have in store today. We have three more best bets to look into.
Blue Jays @ Rays 1:10 pm
The Toronto Blue Jays (46-70) will play in the rubber match of the three game series against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Rays will send out Brendan McKay (2-1 4.38 ERA) against the Jay’s Wilmer Font. Font has been a reliever for most of this season. McKay, the rookie out of Louisville, had pitched in five career games, notching his second win against the Red Sox five days ago. Font will likely only last five innings if he can even get through five. Then they’ll have to rely on their bullpen that has thrown an ERA of 4.14 on the season. The Rays are still playing for the playoffs. The Blue Jays are out of it. I’ll listen to my gut and say there’s no way the Rays lose home series to the Blue Jays. There’s value here.
Rays -190 moneyline @ FanDuel
White Sox @ Tigers 1:10 pm
The Chicago White Sox (50-62) will be sending out Ivan Nova (6-9 5.10 ERA) against Tyler Alexander (0-2 4.50 ERA) of the Detroit Tigers (33-77). Ivan Nova’s ERA doesn’t look pretty, but three starts ago, it was uglier. Nova has allowed an earned run or less in his last three starts and even had a complete game against the Marlins. Nova had a shaky start in his previous outing against the Tigers, allowing six runs on 11 hits, but it seems like he’s moved passed that. He’s been good. Like really good. Also, the Tigers are the worst hitting team against right handed pitching. Nova is right-handed. The White Sox haven’t hit the ball well either lately, but they’ve hit left-handed pitching well. Alexander is a lefty. All signs point to another White Sox victory.
White Sox -110 moneyline @ FanDuel
Rockies @ Astros 2:10 pm
Just like Clayton Kershaw, it would be a crime to pass up a Gerrit Cole start for the Astros (74-40). Cole (13-5 2.87 ERA) will face off against Peter Lambert (2-2 5.71 ERA) of the Colorado Rockies (52-61). The moneyline for this game is set at -382 currently. It makes sense, but there’s no value for the Astros here. But hear me out, Cole has been on cruise control lately. He hasn’t lost since May 22nd. He’s allowed one run in four straight starts. In Cole’s last 13 starts, the Astros are averaging over seven runs a game. Lambert is in for a rude awakening. I’ll take the runline -1.5. There’s more value with the runline than putting money on almost -400 odds.
Astros -1.5 runline -178 @ FanDuel