No NBA or NHL playoffs on Wednesday but there is 16 games of MLB including the double header between the White Sox and Twins!
Seattle Mariners at Houston Astros (10:10am)
The two best teams by win-loss record’s face off in this AL West matchup. The Astros are back at home and they’re coming off a really tough stretch, which won’t get any easier against the Mariners. They’ve played 3 straight series against AL playoff team’s from last year and they’ve recorded a 4-6 record in their last 10. In contrast, the Mariners are 8-2 in their last 10 and have won 4 straight games. So this one will likely comedown to the pitching matchup. On the mound, the Astros give the ball to Dallas Keuchel. He has a ERA of 3.65 in season 2018 and a 3-7 win-loss record. He hasn’t been at his best in 2018, especially at home. He’s holding a 4.06 ERA at his home ball-park with a 1-3 win-loss record. But run support has been the main issue. In his last 3 starts here, the bats have scored just 5 total runs. Meanwhile, the Mariners James Paxton (4-1, 3.13 ERA) toes the rubber. Paxton’s latest start against Houston was a 6 inning, 3 hit ball game as the Mariners won 2-1. In his last 10 starts, they hold a 7-3 record so they should be confident once again this Wednesday. So in terms of a best bet, the Wolf is liking the Mariners form at the moment. The Astros bullpen is really struggling and has become untrustworthy, so it’s hard to back them if they get a late lead. As a result, the Wolf will get on the Mariners.
Arizona D-backs at San Francisco Giants (12:15pm)
Game 2 of this series marks the return of Madison Bumgarner for the Giants. He makes his first start of the season after an injury-interrupted start. He’s been very unlucky in his previous starts against the D-backs, going 0-3 in his last 5. He has gone 7 innings in his last 4 and the Wolf is liking his form against them to get the job done on Wednesday. Despite his absence, the Giants are in the thick of the NL West race and they should definitely be happy with that after starting 2017 slowly. Meanwhile, the D-backs send Patrick Corbin to the hill. He’s looking to rebound after giving up 6 earned runs against the Reds at home. In his last start against the Giants, he almost threw a no-hitter. So the Wolf is confident he can return to form. In the end, both pitchers are capable of keeping this matchup close and low scoring. Which makes the unders a good value bet.
|White Sox at Twins – 6:10am||Twins WIN (TBA)|
|Dodgers at Pirates – 9:05am||Under 8 runs ($1.82)|
|Rays at Nationals – 9:05am||Under 7 runs ($1.82)|
|Yankees at Blue Jays – 9:07am||Over 10 runs ($1.90)|
|White Sox at Twins – 9:10am||Over Total Runs (TBA)|
|Orioles at Mets – 9:10am||Over 8.5 runs ($1.90)|
|Rockies at Reds – 9:10am||Rockies WIN ($1.83)|
|Tigers at Red Sox – 9:10am||Over 9.5 runs ($1.82)|
|Brewers at Indians – 9:10am||Under 7.5 runs ($1.86)|
|Athletics at Rangers – 10:05am||Athletics WIN ($1.67)|
|Phillies at Cubs – 10:05am||Cubs WIN (TBA)|
|Marlins at Cardinals – 10:15am||Over 7.5 runs ($1.90)|
|Royals at Angels – 12:07pm||Over 8.5 runs ($1.90)|
|Braves at Padres – 12:10pm||Braves WIN ($1.71)|
Wolf’s Best Bet Record