Pitching tonight for the Red Sox will be Tim Wakefield who is 3-6 with and ERA of 4.96 with 51 Ks and 20 Walks and for the Rays it will be David Price who is 11-4 with an ERA of 2.42 with 90 Ks and 42 Walks. Price is the AL leader in Wins and 2nd in ERA and was selected for the first time to the All Stars. Wakefield whose record is not the best this season is still 20-5 overall lifetime games against the Rays. How does that reflect for the MLB Odds and MLB Betting lines on this AL match-up tonight?
It appears that the Rays who did not fare well during the month of June seem to be turning thinks around this month, and they have won the first 2 games of this three game series with the Red Sox. The Red Sox on the other hand are hoping their knuckle baller Wakefield can turn things around for them tonight. Check out the MLB Betting lines and MLB Odds on this important AL game tonight!
The Red Sox are a Slight 20-18 this 2010 season in the away games, while the RAYS are a similar 22 -19 while playing on their home field. With that said, it appears that this is still a close game, and that the both teams have a 44-54 % + chance of winning this matchup. Will this have a negative effect on the MLB Betting lines or MLB Odds for this game?
The Red Sox and the RAYS Stats:
The Red Sox are: 49-35 SU
The Rays are: 50-33 SU
The Red Sox as of late:
While playing Wednesday’s they are 5-5
Before they played the Blue Jays they were 6-4
After they played the Rays they are 4-6
After their last loss they are 6-4
The Rays as of late:
While playing Wednesday’s they are 4-6
Before they played the Indians they were 5-5
After they played the Red Sox they are 7-3
After their last win they are 4-6
Their Next Game is:
The Red Sox at the Blue Jays, on Friday, July 9
And the Rays at home vs. the Indians, on Thursday, July 8
At present Baseball Odds Makers have the lines at present for the Rays at -1 ½ (+110) and have the Red Sox at +1 ½ (-130) and the Total – Over 8 ½ (-105) and under 8 ½ (-115) and the Rays are -176 and the Red Sox are +166 on the Money Line.