MLB Picks June 12: Dodgers and Giants Battle in NL West

The MLB season is two months in and teams are making a push for dominance as the All-Star break looms just a little over a month away. There is a full slate of games for June 12 with the Dodgers and Giants headlining the action.

Los Angeles Dodgers versus San Francisco Giants

The Los Angeles Dodgers enter play “burning hot” on the Team Strength Oscillator and +19 on the Power Ranking Indicator. The Giants are “average down” and +12. Both teams have been involved in games “over” the line in three of their last six games. The Score Predictor has the Dodgers by the score of 8-4 with 51 percent confidence. Note that Los Angeles has been the more stable team, coming in at +14 to +3 on the Team Volatility Oscillator. Go with the Dodgers in a game “over” the line.

Chicago Cubs versus New York Yankees

Here’s a game with two teams heading in opposite directions. The Cubs are “ice cold down” and +7 on the Power Ranking Indicator, while the Yankees are “burning hot” and +19, respectively. The teams have combined to be involved in games “over” the line in eight of the last nine games. The Score Predictor has the Yankees by the score of 10-3 with 70 percent confidence. The Yankees have been very consistently performing with regard to their favorite/underdog status, but the Cubs have not. I like the Yankees by several runs in a game “over” the line.

Tampa Bay Rays versus Minnesota Twins

Tampa Bay heads into action “burning hot” and +26 on the Power Ranking Indicator. Minnesota is “average down” and +15, respectively. Jeffrey Springs is set to pitch for the Rays and Cole Sands will get the ball for the Twins. Springs is 2-2 with a 1.62 ERA and +$202 on the Pitcher Profit Oscillator. Sands is 0-2 with an 8.49 ERA and a poor bet at -$100. The Score Predictor has the Rays by a score of 5-4 with 53 percent confidence. Minnesota has been involved in games “over” the line in each of their last six. I like that trend to continue in a Twins home victory.

Cincinnati Reds versus St. Louis Cardinals

Both teams come into play “ice cold down” and the Reds have a +17 to +4 advantage on the Power Ranking Indicator. Graham Ashcraft is set to pitch for the Reds and Dakota Hudson is scheduled to take the mound for the Cardinals. Ashcraft is 3-0 with a 1.14 ERA and a good bet at +$359. Hudson is 4-2 with a 2.76 ERA and is solid at +$69. The Score Predictor has the Cardinals by a 7-2 margin with 51 percent confidence. Note that the teams have been involved in games “over” the line in five of the last nine games. The Reds have been the more stable team at +17 to +4 on the Team Volatility Oscillator. I like Cincinnati on the road by two runs, but avoid the “over/under” bet.

Boston Red Sox versus Seattle Mariners

The Red Sox come into action “burning hot down” and +29 on the Power Ranking Indicator. Seattle is “average up” on the Team Strength Oscillator and +18. Garrett Whitlock is scheduled to pitch for the Red Sox. He enters with a 2-1 record and a 3.51 ERA. He’s been a relatively poor bet at -$65 on the Pitcher Profit Oscillator. The Score Predictor has the Red Sox by the score of 6-5 with 77 percent confidence. Note that both teams are moderately stable on the Team Volatility Oscillator. I like the Red Sox on the road in a game “under” the line.

New York Mets versus Los Angeles Angels

The Mets enter play “average down” and +14 on the Power Ranking Indicator. The Angels continue to struggle and are “dead up” and +2, respectively. Taijuan Walker is scheduled to pitch for the Mets and Patrick Sandoval is set to get the ball for the Angels. Walker is 3-2 with a 3.28 ERA and +$31, while Sandoval is 3-1 with a 2.81 ERA and +$133. Note that the teams have combined in games “over” the line in nine of the last 12 games. The Score Predictor likes the Mets by a score of 6-5 with 54 percent confidence. I like the Mets to come out on top in a game “over” the line.

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