ESPN Baseball Free Pick focuses on two of the California teams this evening. The national broadcast is a popular path to pick profit because of intense wagering interest. Good Morning and we at HRWager are hoping you are enjoying this weekend. In an effort to finish with a flourish, we looked at the movement in this game. Dodgers open as a slight road underdog and the one sided wagering action has made them a favorite. Why has this happened and is it time to hop on that train?
ESPN Baseball Free Pick : Lineup Change
Mass movement on this is not based on the success of the Giants skipper tinkering with his batting order. Facing an offensive slowdown, Bruce Bochy placed Brandon Belt in the third slot with Matt Duffy down to fifth. It was just enough for a SF (37-26) 5-4 win. A lot of the line movement instead has to deal with the hot shot starter in LA. Julio Urias has an air of excitement about him. Being only 19, fans and bettors are expecting leaps and bounds of improvement from him that might not be realistic on this Sunday evening.
What makes the steam on the Dodgers perplexing tonight is that LA pushed his start date up a day. It is logical considering the plethora of left handed batters that the Giants have. Maybe even his youth and lack of starts can cope with him not yet establishing a rhythm but it is such a wild card to hang your hopes on. We are looking at a good 25 points in movement on the moneyline and it is not past noon yet. Even with the Giants having closer problems in their bullpen, the air around SF winning big games is so much better than the Dodgers this last decade.
Brand name is propelling a lot of love on LA. Instead the tendencies for the Giants to come through in the clutch is what one hangs your hat on. Peavy is not a peach by any means for the Giants as their starter. The total has remained steady at 8 with the over being the chalk at -115. If one has to bet on a team to win then SF is your choice. Instead, the over eight runs tonight is where one hangs their hat for profit. Good fortune and we will see you later on today here at HRWager.