Pitching tonight for the Mets will be R.A. Dickey who is 6-2 with an ERA of 2.77 with 48 Ks and 19 Walks and for the Giants we will see Tim Lincecum who is 9-4 with an ERA of 3.16 with 131 Ks and 48 Walks. Lincecum has had a rough time the last three games but it appears he’s back on track although he has never beaten the Mets. Dickey has also had a bumpy road as he is 0-2 in his last three starts. Will these stats reflect in the MLB Odds and what about the MLB Betting lines for tonight?
Dickey and his dancing knuckleball will face Lincecum the flame thrower for this interesting game as the Mets will try to turn their numbers around and come out of a skid were they 6 of 10 going to the All-Star break, while the Giants are looking for better things in the second half of this 2010 season and they hope Posey can keep up streak as he was titled NL Player of the Week with 5 homers and 24 runs. That should make for some movement with MLB Betting lines and could affect the MLB Odds on this match-up?
The Mets are a slight 18-24 this 2010 season in the away games, while the Giants are a Stronger 25-17 while playing on their home field. With that said, it appears that the both teams will have a 45-55 % chance of winning this matchup. Will this have a negative effect on the MLB Betting lines or MLB odds for this game?
The Mets and the Giants Stats:
The Mets are: 48-40 SU
The Giants are: 47-41 SU
The Mets lately:
While playing Thursday’s they are 6-4
Before they played the Giants they were 8-2
After they played the Braves they are 5-5
After their last win they are 2-8
The Giants lately:
While playing Thursday’s they are 4-6
Before they played the Mets they are 3-7
After they played the Nationals they are 7-3
After their last win they are 5-5
Their Next Game is:
The Giants at home vs. the Mets, on Friday, July 16
Presently the Baseball Odds Makers have the lines at present for the Giants at -1 ½ (+125) and the Mets at +1 ½ (-145) and the Total – Over 7 (EV) and under 7 (-120). At this time the Giants are -170 and the Mets are +160 on the Money Line.