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January 26th MLB news ... Welcome to Baseball betting sportbook, the informational site for the gambler who loves to bet on baseball.

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MLB: Hot starting pitchers on the hill for Thursday night

The Thursday night baseball betting Football Live Betting Lines nfl football betting Online Bingo Online Bingo Rooms Bicimotos board has a handful of hurlers taking the mound looking to extend a run of hot pitching. All five of them are favorites, but of varying degrees, meaning there is still some value to be found. Let’s take a look at these surging starting pitchers and whether or not it’s worth laying some chalk tonight with any. For more key betting info on all of Thursday’s games, be sure to visit the GAME MATCHUPS page.


No one in all of Major League Baseball is hotter than Mat Latos of San Diego right now, and that includes Ubaldo Jimenez, Josh Johnson, or any other team’s ace. Latos has been near unhittable for the last two-plus months. In fact, in his last 12 starts, Latos boasts a WHIP of just 0.819 and an ERA of 1.70, having yielded just 15 earned runs in 79-1/3 innings.

Oddsmakers at list the Padres as -145 favorites right now on the road in Washington as the N.L. West Division leaders look to salvage a win in their 3-game set with the Nationals. Having lost the first two games by a run on each occasion, bettors may be interested to know that:

• SAN DIEGO is 9-1 (+9.1 Units) against the money line after 2 or more consecutive losses this season. The average score was SAN DIEGO 5.1, OPPONENT 2.3 - (Rating = 1*)


Everyone’s degree of hot from here on out won’t reach the level of Mat Latos of San Diego, but still there are some noteworthy recent performances that you’ll want to consider as you handicap Thursday night’s action. Cincinnati’s Johnny Cueto is one of the pitchers to note. He has had a pair of 4-game hot stretches this season in which he has sparkled. His current stretch finds him having allowed just a pair of earned runs in his last 25-2/3 innings, for an ERA of 0.70.

Cueto has been really solid on the road against good teams of late:

• CUETO is 6-0 (+7.6 Units) against the money line in road games vs. teams outscoring opp by 0.5 or more runs/game on the season over the last 2 seasons. (Team's Record) The average score was CUETO 6.0, OPPONENT 3.0 - (Rating = 1*)

Perhaps most important though, Cueto’s teammates are playing as good as they have all year long, having gone 12-4 in their L16 games to open up a 3-game lead in the N.L. Central over the Cardinals. Sportsbook lists Cincinnati as a slight -115 favorite over slumping Philadelphia.


The Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw has been relatively quietly putting up one of the best seasons for a starter in the National League, quietly because he isn’t even an all-star. Since being roughed up by the Brewers back in his first start of May, Kershaw has been on fire. In 11 starts since, he has gone 73-2/3 innings while allowing just 18 earned runs for an ERA of 2.20 and WHIP of 1.032. Perhaps the best indicator of his dominance has been the fact that he has struck out 80 hitters in that span.

Kershaw’s dominance combined with the Cubs recent struggles at the plate make him a -195 favorite for Thursday, but according to this extremely powerful betting system, that price shouldn’t even be given a second thought:

• Play Against - Road underdogs with a money line of +175 to +250 (CHICAGO CUBS) - cold hitting team - batting .250 or worse over their last 20 games against opponent with a hot starting pitcher- WHIP <= 1.000 over his last 5 starts. (54-5 over the last 5 seasons.) (91.5%, +42.6 units. Rating = 4*)


Tommy Hunter has only been in the Texas rotation since the start of June, but his solid pitching has been one of the catalysts behind the Rangers’ recent surge. They are 6-0 in his starts, and while his stats are impressive (1.98 ERA, 1.156 WHIP), perhaps the most unbelievable number comes from the fact that Rangers’ hitters have provided him with 9.6 runs per game of support.

Texas is a heavy -260 favorite according to but according to the following trend, the Rangers should be nearly automatic against the lowly O’s:

• BALTIMORE is 1-19 (-17.3 Units) against the money line vs. a starting pitcher whose gives up 5.5 or less hits/start this season. The average score was BALTIMORE 2.8, OPPONENT 6.7 - (Rating = 4*)


Andy Pettitte has to be given some props for his performance of late as well, and you can trace his run of success back all the way to the 2009 ALCS. Including three postseason starts, the Yankees are 16-3 in his last 19 outings, and he owns a personal record of 13-2 in that span. While not as scintillating as some of the other numbers posted earlier, Pettitte has been in a word “solid”. In those 16 starts, his ERA has been 2.99 with a WHIP of 1.184. Most importantly, the Yankees have been winning with him on the hill. Matched against another southpaw in Jason Vargas of Seattle, Pettitte and New York are -155 favorites.

MLB: Toronto tries to side-step trouble

One of the prerequisites of being a division leading team that makes the playoffs is to avoid losing streaks. During the course of a 162-game season, the losing bug can grab any team and end up hanging around, the key is to not let it hang around too long. The Toronto Blue Jays have done an excellent job of this in the first quarter of the season, having not lost three games in succession and dropping only three series. They will be tested while looking to avoid being swept tonight in Boston. The BoSox are a hefty -175 favorite. Get the latest info on this A.L. East showdown on the TEAM STATISTICS page.

The Red Sox (24-16, +3.6 units) returned home to Fenway Park after inferior road trip and have taken down Toronto twice, with pitching and power display. Boston hurlers have limited the Blue Jays to four total runs in the first two games. Last night, four different BoSox hitters went yard, including David Ortiz who did so for the first time in 2009.

Once again the Boston bullpen continued to shine and the Red Sox are 10-0 in home games with a hot bullpen whose ERA is under 2.00 the last five games. Manager Terry Francona has assigned Jon Lester (2-4, 6.51 ERA, 1.617 WHIP) to lead Toronto’s demise. Lester has allowed 13 runs in 10 innings over his last two outings and will look to avert a third straight loss.

“There will not be a pitcher for the remainder of the season that will work as hard as I will to get to where I was last year," said the Red Sox lefty after 5-4 setback at Seattle on Friday. "It's the little things that are screwing up my outings, and it will turn around." Typically where it turns around is at home, with Lester and Boston 22-5 in home games over the last three seasons.

Toronto (27-16, +10.3) has gotten by this season by being more aggressive at the plate and showing far greater patience when hitting. The Blue Jays have .355 on base percentage, amongst the best in baseball and are sixth in home runs. The genuine surprise has been the starting pitching, thrown together in the spring because of injury.
Among this group is tonight’s starter Robert Ray (1-1, 3.60, 1.100), who won his first major league game his last time out against Chicago, pitching eight innings and not allowing earned run in 2-1 triumph. Right-handed batters are hitting just .229 against Ray and Toronto is 32-17 in May the last two years. has Boston as large -175 money line favorites with total Ov10. The Red Sox are 42-16 as a home favorite of -125 to -175 and 28-6 when the total is 10 or higher at Fenway. After all the big bombs last night, Boston is 23-9 UNDER after a game where they had six or more extra base hits. Toronto is 22-11 in road games after scoring three runs or less two straight games and Ray needs to go right after Sox batters since they are 10-20 after slugging five or more home runs in single contest. The Jays are 10-4 OVER as underdogs.
The final game of the series starts at 7:10 Eastern on NESN and MLB.TV, with Toronto having lost three in a row and nine of its last 12 against the Red Sox, including four straight in Boston.
StatFox Power Line – Toronto -107