Lock, Fade And Stay Away (7/28/20)


Minnesota Twins -145 

The Minnesota Twins are coming off of a good series opener, while taking two out of three from the Chicago White Sox. Minnesota’s lineup is very good from top to bottom, and is to be considered one of the top teams with the best odds to come out of the American League. In today’s pitching matchup we have Carlos Martinez vs Homer Bailey in the opening game of this short two game series. Martinez is 0-2 lifetime against Minnesota, and the Cardinals are 1-5 straight up in their last six against the Twins. Lock in the Twins as they look to move to 3-1 on the season.


Los Angeles Dodgers -140

The Los Angeles Dodgers started off their season a little shaky splitting their opening series against the Giants. Cody Bellinger and company looked very well in their opening series and it shows why they are considered the heavy favorite to come out of the National League. The Dodgers start a two game series on the road against Houston. Tonight’s pitching matchup is Walker Buehler vs Framber Valdez, and the Dodgers already have the edge in my opinion. Buehler going up against the fifth guy in Houston’s rotation is a must take tonight. Also Los Angeles is 8-1 straight up in their last nine road games. Lock in the Dodgers tonight as they look to bounce back and get back to their winning ways.



Arizona -115

The Diamondbacks are coming off a rough four game series against the Padres, where they won one out of four games. Arizona’s lineup looked very inconsistent in those games, and will look to get back on track tonight against Texas. A quick two game series in Texas could be a spark that the Diamondbacks are looking for. Unforunately tonight is not the night for them. Yes, Arizona is 4-1 in their last five games against the Rangers, but they are also 1-4 straight up in their last five road games. I like Texas at home as the underdog, and will be fading away from Arizona.


Stay Away:

Over 10 (Toronto Washington)

Washington’s lineup has been very inconsistent without the bat of Juan Soto in their lineup. I don’t like the look of anything that Washington has to offer at the moment. On the other side of the diamond we have the Blue Jays, and their offense has been good so far this season. In Toronto’s last six games against the National League East the under has hit five out of six times. Toronto looks to have Bo Bichette out of the lineup yet again, but the Bluejays offense still looks very good. While Washington’s offense struggles, you should look for the under to hit in this matchup, and stay far far away from the over.


-Chris Jones (@cjoneswho1212/@thechasers7 on twitter)


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