MLB Free Pick : Giants Stand Up to Heat of Texas? 7/31
Our MLB Free Pick examines the wilting heat of Texas as San Fran (56-45) strolls into Texas (48-52) for an evening affair. The temperature will be near ninety degrees as the stadium will feel like an oven. Will a day off and their ace throwing for them allow the Giants to keep their cool tonight? They are a big ML favorite to take the day but can value be seen in either the home underdog Rangers or the run line for the visiting team? Join HRWager as we attempt to see you onto the path for profit this eveing.
MLB Free Pick : Looking Past
Texas has hope in the future and it comes Saturday. Cole Hamels should be announced as making his way to there from the Phillies. This makes tonight’s start from Martinez really anticlimactic. With the weather usually being an advantage for Texas, it can be their undoing tonight. Especially with the big man, Prince Fielder. He is not adverse to mentally taking a few games off a year mentally. Combine that with a rested and motivated Madison pitching and the Rangers could struggle for runs tonight.
- Texas is 0-6 with a seven ERA in the recent starts from Martinez.
Even in the nip and tuck NL West, the Giants have the wisdom to give their players a blow to keep their energy up the whole season. Pousey will be back in the lineup tonight after a day off Wednesday against the Brewers. Panik missed two games with a back ailment but the heat of Arlington has a way of actually unwinding muscles. SF has only lost two of their last fifteen. This is a key game in regards that it starts a ten game road trip.
While Saturday will see the home crowd amped, today’s start will be sedate. The Giants ML resides near the block of -170 wagering. In fact, even the linesmakers anticipate decisive results when SF wins. Projected large margins of victory have even the RL below the break even mark at -110. This is too straight forward a game to not bet on. The HRWager Free Pick is the Giants Run Line. Good fortune and we will talk to you next time here at HRW.