The first game time is 7:30 pm EDT.
Monday was what you would call a good night of baseball here at BettorsInsider.
All three picks — Seattle, Atlanta and the Chicago White Sox — won and Eugenio Suarez homered, as predicted for Cincinnati.
No time to rest on our laurels, there are more games, Tuesday.
Atlanta Braves at Boston Red Sox, 7:30 p.m.
Pitchers: Ian Anderson vs. Ryan Weber
Odds: Braves -165; Red Sox +150
Detroit Tigers at Milwaukee Brewers, 7:40 p.m.
Pitchers: Micheal Fulmer vs. Josh Lindblom
Odds: Tigers +160; Brewers -180
Over/Under 9 1/2 runs
Single: We’re going back to the Braves again. Ian Anderson isn’t the old Jethro Tull singer; he’s Atlanta’s top pitching prospect and the only Braves starter besides Max Fried with a win this season. Weber is 0-2 with a 6.00 ERA for the Red Sox. Take the Braves.
Double: The Tigers are better than everyone realizes. The worst team in baseball a year ago is actually playing .500 ball this strange season. The Brewers are two games under .500 and Lindblom (1-2, 6.31 ERA) has not been good. Take the Tigers and the generous odds.
Triple: You may have noticed we only picked two games. So the third pick is the over 9 1/2 in the Tigers/Brewers game. I expect a lot of scoring in that one. You might want to parlay it with the game itself.
Home Run: We’re sticking with Atlanta’s Marcel Ozuna one more time and adding Max Muncy, of the Dodgers.