John Fredericks: Best MLB Bets for 4/24
JOHN FREDERICKS: BEST MLB BETS FOR 4/24 – Yessir! Sunday we lit it up again at 4-1, making us 8-2 and plus $510 over the last two days and + 602 for the season! Let’s keep rolling!
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+$602 for the Season
*Based on all wagers at $100 per game at money or run line odds as specified in Draft Kings. Note: If money line is -150 we are laying $150 to win $100, etc. If we take +130 and we win, we win $130 for our $100
Houston (+135) at Tampa Bay
The Rays are 14-0 at home. Will they ever lose a game? Sure. Tonight. The Astros come in hot, too after sweeping Atlanta. They are clicking on all cylinders and now Tampa Bay gets a real test.
Remember the Rays have only played one team with a winning record, and lost two of three to Toronto. Rays rookie Taj Bradley has looked good, but now he faces a really good offense. 10 innings does not make a season.
Jose Urquidy goes his signature six innings tonight while keeping Houston in the game. No flare, just strikes and grind. He’s always a solid bet, he never self-destructs.
Pick: Houston +135
Texas (-115) at Reds
The Reds are back to their losing ways. Texas has been steady, I look for them to win this series and we’ll be cashing some coin. Let’s see the Reds win two in a row before I stop fading them. They’ve lost six straight.
Pick: Texas (-115)
White Sox at Toronto (-165)
Look, this White Sox team is underachieving. They’ve lost four in a row and eight of ten. They look totally deflated and lost coming out of St. Pete. They look sick.
The Blue Jays are a solid club and Chris Bassitt in the Rogers Center is tough.
Lance Lynn for Chicago lives and dies with his fastball. The Blue Jays feast on dead-red. Fade Chicago until they turn the corner…if ever.
Pick: Toronto (-165)
Detroit at Milwaukee (-150)
The Tigers are losing every day and not hitting. Losers of four in a row and five of their last six, their little winning boomlet two weeks ago has crashed.
The Brewers were embarrassed yesterday at home by Boston. Revenge time.
Pick: Brewers (-150)
Cards at Giants (+105)
I said I would fade the Giants until they scored at least four runs in two straight games. They did. Now maybe we catch them on a hot streak early. Cards are a .500 team at best.
The Giant’s Alex Cobb is very dominant at home. BTW, why is St. Louis favored in this game? No respect.