Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles
The Blue Jays lose one in Camden Yards and the Orioles halt their losing streak at 6. We move on to game two of this series. Baltimore may have stopped their losing streak, but it wasn't a sound win. Starter Bud Norris did not last, but neither did Toronto's Esmil Rogers who lasted little over 4 inning and both teams taxed the pen. The bats came alive in this game with combined 28 hits. Today the pitching should improve with Mark Buehrle and Miguel Gonzalez. Toronto with Buehrle is not as good on the road as he is at home, but still pitching 50 percent quality games, winning 50 percent and absolute Under is a tough customer. Miguel Gonzalez is killing it at home. Looks to be a tight game and this match up goes Under
TORONTO BLUE JAYS at BALTIMORE ORIOLES
GAME TOTAL UNDER 8 at -115 for 1 unit(W)
Late Game Addition.
Los Angeles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants
The game is at AT&T park and the weather looks good, mild wind nothing new to this stadium. The pitcher for L.A. is Edinson Volquez 9-12, 5-5 away, though he is pitching better at home his record is better on the road. Mostly due to the Dodgers giving him tons of run support. The average total for games Volquez starts away is 10.73, including his San Diego days, and he is 50/50 so he gets runs and gives up runs as well. San Francisco will send Tim Lincecum 10-14, 5-6 at home and team record at home is 7-8. Tim is coming off a loss at New York Yankees, but he has 5 prior starts has the Giants winning all 5. The Dodgers are alternating their line up resting players and the Giants at home hold advantage. They have won 4 out of 6 against the Dodgers in September meetings. Going with the Giants and Over the low number.
S.F. GIANTS at -125 for 1 unit(W)
L.A. DODGERS at S.F. GIANTS GAME TOTAL OVER 7 at -125(L)