Major League Baseball Betting Quick Picks and Odds | July 10 2018

Welcome to MLB Quick Picks for July 10. Profits are ripe for the picking tonight in
baseball so here are my best picks that should put some cash in your pocket. Are you ready? Let’s get to it. My first pick is the Indians -1.5 runline
over the Reds. The Indians are starting to find their groove
this season at 13-4 SU and 12-5 ATS in their last 17 games overall. They’ll send Trevor Bauer to the mound,
who has an outstanding 2.45 ERA in 18 starts in 2018. Cleveland will be facing Cincy pitcher, Sal
“No relation to Ray” Romano who has been horrendous in seven road starts this season
with a 6.11 ERA. When you factor in that the Indians are 6-2
SU and ATS in Bauer’s eight home outings this year, this one seems like easy money. My next pick is the Athletics +1.5 runline
against the Astros. Now, I know what, you’re thinking? You’re really gonna bet against Justin Verlander? Yeah, because Verlander has started to show
wear and tear for the first time in an Astros uniform, dropping three of his last four starts
with 12 earned runs in those outings. Oakland, on the other hand, is one of the
hottest teams in the majors lately, winning 17 of their last 21 games and have won five
straight games with Sean Manaea on the hill. The value is just too good for the A’s so
jump on it now. My final pick is the OVER between the Cubs
and Giants. These teams have met three times this season
and scoring came in bunches, with an average combined score of 9.2 runs in those games. The Cubbies have also been OVER machines on
the road with the OVER hitting in eight of their last 11 away games with an average combined
score of 10.1 runs per game. Given that Giants starter Johnny Cueto gave
up five earned runs last week in his first start off the DL, this tilt has all the makings
of an OVER. For more MLB and sports betting coverage,
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