|Written by Jerry Santiago|
|Sunday, 24 May 2009 09:17|
Baseball betting Sunday includes inter-league action between one of the hottest teams you can bet on sports with against one of the coldest. Baseball betting on the Milwaukee Brewers has been like having an ATM machine recently while making a bet on sports with the Minnesota Twins has been like taking a match to cash.
The probable starters for this baseball betting matchup are scheduled to be right hander Dave Bush of the Brewers and right hander Scott Baker of the Twins. Bush has gotten off to a solid start for those who bet on sports as he is 2-0 in 8 appearances with a 3.83 earned run average. In his last 3 starts his earned run average is an even 3.00. Against the Twins he has had rough baseball betting luck with a record of 1-4 and a 4.18 earned run average.
Baker has a baseball betting record of 1-4 with a bad 6.95 earned run average in 6 appearances. He has been a little better for baseball betting as of late, however, as in his last 3 starts his earned run average is 4.74. Lifetime against Milwaukee Baker is 2-2 with a 5.63 earned run average.
The Milwaukee Brewers have been on a baseball betting tear for the past month running. From April 22 through May 18 the Brewers were 20-5 and that put them into first place in the National League central division. Pitching has been the key to Milwaukee’s baseball betting success as their staff ranked 4th overall in the major leagues. The offense has also been solid and ranked 11th overall. Ryan Braun led in hitting with a .328 average while Prince Fielder had 9 home runs.
The Minnesota Twins have had a rough go of it in May and have been one of the least profitable baseball betting commodities so far this month. From May 2 through May 18 the Twins were 6-10 and were coming off a recent sweep at the hands of the New York Yankees. Minnesota’s slump put them under .500 at 18-21 and in third place in the American League central.
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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.