Baseball Betting : Team Totals for July 26th
Baseball betting on Tuesdays almost always brings a wide selection of games to wager on. Good Morning and welcome back to HRWager. Today, we are going to pounce on a certain situation. A lot of scrub starters are taking the mound today. Those inferior talents that provide the instant relief for whatever offensive woes you are ailing from. So lets go to Fenway and Coors Field for our team totals profit for Tuesday, July 26th.
Baseball Betting : Pound vs Pelfrey
Detroit starter Mike Pelfrey has not gone very deep into many of his MLB seasons. In his twenties, he might be good for near 200 innings but not anymore. 2012 and 14 saw very abbreviated seasons. Now he is here to provide innings at almost any cost for the Tigers. Unfortunately, he is pitching against a team that consumes pitchers of his style and side that he throws from. Bradly, Ortiz, and Betts could all have huge games today. There is a reason why this line opened up at 11. Go with the team that will contribute most of the runs towards the total and invest Boston on the over for their runs in this 7:10 PM start.
Baltimore has too many big bats to go an offensive slump this long. The dams are about to give way especially with Chad Bettis taking the bump. Hyun Soo Kim might even make it back as he is due to come off the disabled list now that his hamstring is all healed up. The total at Camden Yards has already been bet up from the 9 to a 9 1/2. Even though pitching is not the strong suit of Baltimore, the Rockies can not be counted upon for offensive output tonight. Team total on Baltimore is the safer path for profit in this one.
For those that enjoy offensive fireworks, the starting pitching we mentioned often bring their gas cans to the mound. Lots of runs and potential for lopsided wins with inflated totals. Team totals for our picks are ideal investments. Run lines can also be invested in if that is a facet of sports investment one likes to perform. Good fortune in our free picks today and we will see you later today here at the HRW.