Good afternoon gamblers, Chris Bengel is back with you. We are almost at this time of year when the only major sport in North America we can bet on is Major League Baseball. Tuesday serves as a preview with only baseball.
One positive if we go to MLB this summer alone is that the Stanley Cup final has actually become a series. The Colorado Avalanche took the first two games against the Tampa Bay Lightning (including a 7-0 loss in the second game), but Lightning won 6: 2 at home last night. If lightning continues to hit high-percentage areas around Avalanche net defender Darcy Kuemper, the series is far from over.
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But there is no hockey tonight, so let’s get to my diamond choices!
All times East and all odds through Caesars sports betting
Cardinals vs. Brewers, 20:10 | TV: FS1
Louis Cardinals -135
- Key direction: The Cardinals have been 13: 4 in the last 17 matches against a left-handed starter.
- Selection: Cardinals (-135)
While the Cardinals had just three hits from Brewers in Monday’s 2-0 win, it’s worth noting that they had to make a mound with Corbin Burnes. The long match is tonight. A little more favorable for Louis.
Their right-wing jackpot, Flaherty, is only the second time this season. His first start against Pirates last week was memorable, as he promised four races (two earnings) in just three shifts in 60 places. Tonight, the veteran starter will face the Brewers lineup, which will reach only 0.233 as a team – 23rd place in the big tournament. If Flaherty is able to keep away from the long ball, he should be able to turn in a strong drive.
Brewers, on the other hand, will send the right-wing Chi Chi Gonzalez to the hill on Tuesday. In both starts of this season, Gonzalez has given up three races on both occasions and has not withstood more than four shifts. In addition, the Cardinals team’s average hit is 0.254, the sixth best in all major tournaments. Given that star-studded Paul Goldschmidt will score 0.339 in the season, a long or two balls would not be ruled out against Gonzalez.
Cubs vs. Pirates, 19:05 | TV: MLB.TV
Pirates of Pittsburgh -150
Selection: pirates (-170): – The youth movement has started in the steel city, and I am here for it. My wife is a native of Pittsburgh, so I pay a little more attention to pirates than a non-fan should. And you know what? Quietly, they haven’t had a terrible season. The arrival of Oneil Cruz, a shortstop mega-prospect on Monday, made it clear that it was worth the price of its entry. He fired in four and showed his cannon when the Pirates defeated the Cubs 12: 1.
In addition to Cruz’s bat, another positive for Pittsburgh is that they are sending a right-handed Roansy Contreras to the hill. Contreras has an ERA of 3.06 in eight games so far. Although he has given three races in the last two starts, they were on the way. With two home starts, Pirates’ right-hand side has succumbed to eight hits in one race in 13 2/3 innings – and also recorded 18 strokes during those races.
Cubs starter Matt Swarmer has given up 10 races in his last two starts and is about to go five punches against Padres. I’m driving with Contreras and Pirates to keep their victory against Cubs.
Key direction: Pirates are home favorite in their last seven games 5: 2
Yankees at Rays, 19:10 | TV: MLB.TV
Selection: Nestor Cortes over 5.5 strokes (-120) – As our friend Tom Fornelli has gone, the Yankees have been an extremely popular team to bet on throughout the 2022 season. They have the most victories in baseball in the Major League (50) and they look like an unstoppable force.
Although the attack has been fatal, the Yankees have received it huge from the beginning of production. Nestor Cortes has been one of the most intriguing stories in the league, recording 1.94 ERA, the lowest in all baseballs.
Although the Yankees cash line is always a great game, the odds are -185 in a slightly rich place where there are no guarantees. That’s why I’m here on Cortes’ breakthrough prop. In his last seven starts, Cortes has scored at least six strokes in four races. In addition, the Rays have registered 579 strokes as a team, ranking 10th in the main events this season. In three of the last six starts, Cortes has also withstood at least seven innings, so a deep outing should give him plenty of shots.
Key direction: Cortes has recorded at least six strokes in the fourth of his last seven starts
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