Bettors Insider
www.bettorsinsider.com
 Padres’ Hunter Renfroe is greeted by Eric Hosmer after a three-run home run May 24 (Fred Thornhill/The Canadian Press)
Padres’ Hunter Renfroe is greeted by Eric Hosmer after a three-run home run May 24 (Fred Thornhill/The Canadian Press)|Associated Press
MLB

Baseball Sunday: Frank on Indians v Rays, Blue Jays v Padres, White Sox v Twins, Cardinals v Braves

Greg Frank

Greg Frank

Favorite Pick of the Day
Indians (-113) over Rays

Underdog Pick of the Day
Blue Jays (+123) over Padres

Worth a Sprinkle
White Sox (+225) over Twins

Total of the Day
Cardinals/Braves First 5 Innings Under 5

The Skinny
Buy low on Trevor Bauer here. He’s allowed 21 runs in four starts in May but allowed just 13 runs in his first seven starts of the season. He’s usually a pitcher that warrants a price around -150 at the shortest. Take advantage of getting the Tribe with Bauer on the bump at close to even money . . . The Padres, a statistically below average offensive team through two months, scored 19 runs yesterday. They now face Marcus Stroman and his 2.81 ERA. Expect regression from San Diego . . . The Twins are clobbering baseballs left and right and have to slow down at some point right? Jake Odorizzi’s ERA of 2.38 so far this season is more than two full runs lower than it was last year and almost exactly a run and a half lower than his career ERA of 3.86. Minnesota’s for real, but going to look human on some days and at this price Chicago is worth a flier . . . The Under has hit in five of Julio Teheran’s last six starts for Atlanta but both the Braves and the Cardinals have middling bullpens and a four-run eighth inning for St. Louis yesterday pushed a total of 9 which looked like a surefire Under. It’s also been over a month since Jack Flaherty allowed more than three earned runs. Go under the first five with the expectation that both starting pitchers put up enough goose eggs.