Red Sox Dodgers present the potential for quite an offensive night’s worth of entertainment. Great to see you on this weekend. ESPN Sunday Night Baseball who are fighting for at least wild card spots right now. Boston has a lot of work to do but are close to several teams that separate them from the division or the wild card spots. Dodgers for all their problems are in the wild card if the season were to end and closing in on the lead in the NL West. Find out the starters and the rock solid wagering angle for this one here at HRWager.
Red Sox Dodgers : David Price
One of the higher priced flops for fading is David Price. His 8-7 with a 4.30 ERA is hardly worth that large contract he signed last year. However, his last three games has seen a tad better performance so he has slightly more momentum than he would normally have here. Dodgers are forced to use another emergency starter. Rich Hill who just came to the team can not make the start due to a blister so McCarthy takes his place. Last start he walked five batters. Now he is being forced up a day in the rotation to do this tonight. Red Sox bats have to feel blessed to face him on this last game of a very long road trip.
Nine runs two games ago seemed to be the venting of the frustrations of Boston but then they got shutout last night. Even though Price is a valuable fade, the Dodgers starter is in much worse shape for this one. How does all of this equate to a total of just seven runs? Not only that but the total has not be pounded on the over as of yet. For the ML aspect, Dodgers and Red Sox are pretty even at -105. Lot to digest for our normal Sunday night fare on ESPN.
Easy decision and that is to go on the over. Red Sox will not be wanting to play much defense. Dodger Stadium will be friendly to the type of fly balls that Price gives up. However, both with Price floundering this year and the Dodgers pitcher being pushed up in the rotation. The Free Pick as a result of this is the Over 7 runs -120. Good fortune and we will see you later today here at HRWager.