End the week with the high potential in your pocket via the HRWager Sunday Night Baseball selection. St. Louis is trying not to lose three in a row to the Dodgers tonight. LA took to some unusual tactics with Kazmir last night and it paid for the Dodger Blue. Now that LA seems to have their offense back in high gear, does this make the +120 St. Louis underdog cash even more difficult? Tune to ESPN to find out only after investing in this game here at the HRW.
Sunday Night Baseball : Corey Seager
Can not have your shortstops making two errors in a game very often and still come out on top! Corey flubbed around the diamond everywhere but at bat. He is on a roll batting 13-31 with two home runs and five RBIS in his last eight games. Considering that the limitations the Dodgers have been facing were of the offensive variety, they will take this for now. They will really need his bat as Mike Leake was masterful against LA last year going 1-1 with a 1.13 ERA. This year his form has not been near that spot on against the league. An over 5 ERA is what is seen in St. Louis this year. Their overachieving ways at 19-18 are nearly at an end and nowhere near the norm of last year.
Alex Wood Rebounding
This Dodger pitcher is rebounding after a horrid start. 1-3 with a 4.58ERA is nowhere near the form he is showing. Alex is not allowing much good contact. Pitch selection is better and his production is greatly improving. All of this equates to why our linesmkaer would come out with an offering -120 on LAD. It should be much greater. St. Louis is at the end of this road trip and have lost their bats. Dodgers have gotten back into the swing of things. All of this greatly influences our selection for the evening.
Two teams going in greatly different directions. St. Louis heads home after this one. Fun and sun in California waiting for this “night” game to occur is too much for them. Go for the gusto in this one with the runline. -1 1/2 on the Dodgers can get you near +170 right now. Good fortune in our ESPN Sunday Night Moneymaker and we will see you later today here at the HRW.