|Written by Vincent Di Mello|
Bet on the MLBBaseball betting fans will have an American League central division sports betting matchup to handicap with significant playoff implications as the White Sox host the Twins. Baseball betting on the Twins has been hot as of late while the White Sox continue to be a sports betting enigma that continues to underachieve. The Minnesota Twins have been one of the hottest baseball betting commodities on the sports betting board recently as they won 6 straight games against the MLB betting odds from September 13 through September 19 to climb within 2 games of the Detroit Tigers for the top spot in the AL central. Minnesota has struggled against the baseball betting board on the road, however, as they have gone 31-40 away from home with just 26 out of those 71 games going over the total.
The Twins offensive lineup is one of the most effective in all of baseball betting as they ranked 7th overall in run production while the pitching staff has been the problem for most of the Twins season as it ranked 24th in baseball betting for staff earned run average. The Twins lineup is led by Joe Mauer who was hitting .373 with 28 home runs and 88 runs batted in. Mauer had an on base percentage of .442 and a slugging percentage of .612 to emerge as one of the best hitters in all of baseball betting.
The Chicago White Sox teased baseball betting handicappers here and there with the threat of becoming a contender but at the end of the day they simply have fallen short. The White Sox have remained a poor baseball betting value and got the cash in just 4 out of 10 games from September 8 through September 19. The White Sox were 41-33 at home with just 26 of those 74 games having gone over the total. Minnesota will send right hander Nick Blackburn to the hill to face right hander Gavin Floyd of the White Sox. Blackburn was 10-11 with a 4.34 earned run average while Floyd was 11-11 with a 4.06 earned run average.
Bet on the MLBGamblers might feel compelled to place their baseball bets on San Francisco. Rival evaluators who scouted the Giants’ offensive work during spring training all left thinking the same thing; pitchers from opposing teams will have to dig deep. Similar to the Kansas City Royals of the previous two years, the Giants are not known for striking out too often.