SEATTLE (F. Hernandez) -135 vs. LA Angels (C.J. Wilson) +120
I think this is really nice value for the Angels on the road. Somehow Seattle ranks 17th in MLB in runs scored despite having a bottom 5 offense, with a .235/.299/.365 slash line that ranks 28th/29th/27th. Almost all of the damage comes from Robinson Cano who while not hitting for power is hitting .333 with a .377 ob
LA DODGERS (Z. Greinke) -185 vs. Cincinnati (A. Simon) +160
It doesn't help people to know that I jumped on LAD at -165 as soon as I woke up this morning, but I still think there is value at -185 because this should be -210 to -215. Greinke is one of the league's true aces and should have no problems dominating the Reds who are impatient and swing at everything which will allow Grei
Interesting stuff Marciano. I have become more fascinated by the Rockies since my girlfriend's parents live in Denver. When we go to visit I find myself getting unusually winded walking up a couple flights of stairs. To your knowledge has anybody done any studies about visiting pitchers' velocities and whether or not they can maintain it through 100 pitches? I couldn't even imagine pitching 6 or 7 innings without being able to acclimate to the lower oxygen levels without completely losing stamina by the 3rd or 4th inning.
ATLANTA (G. Floyd) -125 vs. Colorado (J. Lyles) +110
I like Atlanta in this spot for the same reason I liked them against Milwaukee with Gallardo on the mound a few days ago. Lyles has a pitch-to-contact approach (or rather an inability to miss bats) that is dangerous against a potentially powerful lineup like Atlanta that struggles to make contact. The Rockies lead MLB in run