Some of the game’s best pitchers will take the mound this evening. From Noah Syndergaard to David Price, Charlie Morton, Justin Verlander, Shane Bieber and beyond, there are at least half a dozen aces set to pitch this evening. Will tonight’s action be low-scoring? Will the heavy favorites prevail? Let’s peer into the crystal ball to predict what will happen on the basepaths this evening.
Arizona Diamondbacks at New York Yankees O/U 11
|New York Yankees||-265|
Parx has J.A. Happ and the Yankees as massive favorites against an average Diamondbacks squad. Though the Yankees have struggled of late, they have a good chance of bouncing back this evening against the snakes at home. However, a -265 moneyline with Happ on the mound will likely prove too rich for the blood of most gamblers. The question is whether Taylor Clarke can keep the Yanks’ batters in check. Clarke has terrible numbers yet he allowed only two earned runs in his last start, a 5-2 win against the O’s.
Pick: Under 11
Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds O/U 9.5
The Reds’ Tanner Roark has had a fairly consistent first year in Cincinnati. Roark will face a decent Pirates lineup this evening in Cincy. Pirates pitcher Joe Musgrove is as inconsistent as it gets. The righty from El Cajon, CA allowed five earned runs in his last start, five days after blanking the Phillies across six frames. Musgrove should struggle against the Reds’ lefties.
Pick: Reds moneyline -155
New York Mets at Chicago White Sox O/U 9
|New York Mets||+162|
|Chicago White Sox||+133|
Parx has Noah Syndergaard and the Mets as large favorites this evening. The underwhelming Reynaldo Lopez will take the hill for the White Sox. The Sox activated Tim Anderson from the 10-day IL yesterday. However, Anderson’s presence likely won’t be enough for Chicago to prevail. Based on recent trades, it looks like the Mets are attempting to salvage the season. There is some fight left in this team.
Pick: Mets moneyline -162
Milwaukee Brewers at Oakland A’s O/U 9.5
Adrian Houser began the year as a reliever for the Brew Crew yet he will start this evening’s matchup against the A’s as Milwaukee is short on starting pitching. Parx has the Crew as dogs to the A’s mainly because Chris Bassitt will pitch for Oakland. Bassitt has been surprisingly solid this season, posting a 7-5 record with a 1.20 WHIP. However, Bassitt rarely gets beyond the 6th inning. The last time he went six frames, he allowed four earned runs.
Pick: Brewers moneyline +107