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Tampa Bay Rays at Toronto Blue Jays (-132)
Analysis: Toronto right-hander Ross Stripling toes the rubber with a 3.12 ERA, 3.05 FIP and 3.75 SIERA across eighteen appearances (ten starts) this season. The 32-year-old keeps the ball on the ground (50.0% GB%) and in play (0.62 HR/9), while also avoiding too much hard contact (29.3% Hard%). Stripling was phenomenal in June where he posted a 1.59 ERA, 0.85 WHIP and 2.66 FIP in 28 1/3 innings of work.
Since June 18, 2017, the Blue Jays are 23-10 (+42.1% ROI) straight-up and 19-14 (+17.1% ROI) against the run line in home affairs following a game in which they gave up ten or more runs. This situation is 19-7 (73.1%) straight-up since August 9, 2018. Since July 7, 2019, the Blue Jays are 13-6 (+10.7% ROI) straight-up as favorites following a loss by five or more runs. Take Toronto and invest with confidence.
Texas Rangers at New York Mets (-141)
Analysis: Since April 12, 2022, the Mets are 20-2 (+66.2% ROI) straight-up and 17-5 (+54.1% ROI) against the run line following a loss in which they had more than one walk. Since September 10, 2021, the Mets are 11-3 (+50.0% ROI) straight-up and 10-4 (+32.1% ROI) against the run line following a loss by more than three runs. Since May 22, 2022, the Mets are 11-2 (+38.1% ROI) straight-up and 9-4 (+49.2% ROI) against the run line as favorites with a starting pitcher who threw six innings or less in his previous outing.
Since September 18, 2019, the Rangers are 7-20 (-42.2% ROI) straight-up in road affairs with a starting pitcher who won his previous two outings. Finally, Texas falls into a very negative 16-60 (-42.7% ROI) system that invests against certain underdogs off a game as road underdogs versus teams with a better winning percentage. Take the Mets and invest with confidence.
Milwaukee Brewers (-191) at Pittsburgh Pirates
Analysis: Since September 15, 2019, the Brewers are 13-1 (+68.8% ROI) straight-up and 11-3 (+48.0% ROI) against the run line on the road (in pre-All-Star games) if they have a home game on deck. Since May 3, 2017, the Brewers are 15-8 (+9.7% ROI) straight-up and 13-10 (+14.7% ROI) against the run line with Brandon Woodruff on the mound if the bullpen allowed more runs than Woodruff did in his previous start. The UNDER is 20-7 (74.1%) in these circumstances since September 2, 2017. Milwaukee is 12-5 UNDER versus Pittsburgh starter Jose Quintana. Finally, the Brewers are a profitable 8-2 (+3.7 units) versus Pittsburgh with Woodruff on the hill. Take Milwaukee and invest with confidence.
Additional Betting Trends for Sunday, July 3
- Since September 20, 2018, the Houston Astros are 37-14 (+11.4% ROI) straight-up in divisional home affairs versus left-handed starters.
- Since March 11, 2022, non-divisional road favorites are 73-30 (+21.4% ROI) straight-up and 64-39 (+28.0% ROI) against the run line in games with a total of eight runs or less.
- Since March 25, 2019, Los Angeles starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw is 7-1 (+25.0% ROI) straight-up and 7-1 (+62.0% ROI) against the run line following an outing in which he lasted fewer than five innings.
- Since September 17, 2021, road favorites off a win are 60-29 (+15.3% ROI) straight-up and 50-39 (+17.0% ROI) against the run line with a starting pitcher who lost his previous outing against the opponent if his team won the previous matchup.
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