This is a Thursday evening with MLB Betting and MLB Odds for a National League Game with the Mets (49-46) and 2nd in NL East playing at the Dodgers (50-45) and 4th in the NL West and game time is 10:10 PM EDT, from Los Angeles at Dodger Stadium and this is regular season 2nd half league play.
The pitching tonight will go to Hisanori Takahashi who is 7-4 with an ERA of 4.69 with 74 Ks and 32 Walks and for the Dodgers it will be Hiroki Kuroda who is 7-8 with an ERA of 3.74 with 90 Ks and 30 Walks. Looks like an Asiatic match-up of pitchers tonight. See the MLB Odds and MLB Betting lines on the National League game!
Amazingly the Dodgers and the Mets have only managed to win one game since the All-Star break, and needless to say they both are struggling and would like to see a win tonight. The Dodgers win on Wednesday night broke a six game loss stretch. The Mets are 1-5 on their 11 game, three different city road journeys. The Mets are trying to hold their second position in the NL East while the Dodgers remain in fourth place in the NL West. See the moves on this game and the MLB Betting lines and MLB Odds for this interesting game.
So far the Dodgers are a strong 29-20 while playing on their home field. The Mets are a weak19-30 while playing the away games. With that said, it appears that the Dodgers will have a great chance of winning this matchup. Will this have an affect on the MLB Odds and MLB Betting lines tonight?
The Latest Streak:
The Mets have managed to lose 2 consecutive games.
The Mets and the Dodgers Stats:
The Mets are: 49-45 SU
the Dodgers are: 50-45 SU
The Dodgers lately:
While playing Thursday’s they are 4-6
Prior to playing the Mets they were 5-5
After they played the Giants they are 6-4
After their last win they are 4-6
Their Next Opponent is:
The Dodgers at home vs. the Mets, on Friday, July 23
Tonight the Odds Makers have the lines at present for the Dodgers at -1 ½ (+120) and the Mets at +1 ½ (-140) and the Total – Over 8 (EV) and under 8 (-120). At this time the Dodgers are -175 and the Mets are +165 on the Money Line.