MLB Betting News and Notes Wednesday, May 15

MLB Betting News and Notes Wednesday, May 15

MLB Weather Report
By Covers.com

A good chance of rain in various stadiums across the big leagues Wednesday. Wind will blow out to center field in Oakland as the A's host the Texas Rangers in American League West action.

Here is the notable weather for Wednesday.

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates (-113, 7.5)
Forecasts are calling for a 30 percent of rain by gametime. Wind will blow out to left field at 13 mph. The under was 10-5 in 2012 when winds blew out to left field at PNC Park.

New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals (-201, 8)
Forecasts are calling for a 30 percent chance of rain by gametime. Wind will blow out to left field at 10 mph.

Houston Astros vs. Detroit Tigers (-332, 8.5)
A 20 percent chance of rain is in the forecast for Detroit. Wind will blow from right field to left field at 20 mph.

Texas Rangers vs. Oakland Athletics (+108, 8)
Wind will blow out to center field at 14 mph. The A's were 3-0 when wind blew out to center field in 2012.

Seattle Mariners vs. New York Yankees (-119, 7.5)
Forecasts are calling for a 40 percent chance of scattered thunderstorms by gametime.

San Diego Padres vs. Baltimore Orioles (-152, 9)
Wind will blow out to left field at 10 mph.

Cleveland Indians vs. Philadelphia Phillies (-154, 7.5)
Wind will blow out to left field at 11 mph. A 30 percent chance of rain is in the forecast in Philadelphia.


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Three Hot Over Pitchers On The Mound Wednesday
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Wednesday features some pitchers that are coming off of a string of games with big scorelines. Among them are hot over bets such as David Price of the Tampa Bay Rays and Mike Leake of the Cincinnati Reds that we've covered before. But we'll have a look at three other pitchers that have had a rough go of things recently and have been responsible for some high scorelines.

Tim Hudson, Atlanta Braves (4-2, 4.70 ERA)

Hudson is coming off his worst start of the season lasting just 3 2/3 innings and giving up six earned runs in an 8-2 loss versus the San Francisco Giants. Hudson's last four starts have gone over the total and his ERA is starting to balloon up around the 5.00 range. The Braves keep his games competitive as they provide him with 4.88 runs per start, but with opponents batting .300 against him, Hudson might require a little bit more run support.

Hudson gets the start against the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday. He was 1-0 with a 1.13 ERA in one start versus Arizona in 2012.

Wandy Rodriguez, Pittsburgh Pirates (3-2, 3.62 ERA)

Rodriguez began the season with three starts going under the total courtesy of a 0.56 ERA in those starts. His last four have gone over the total and his ERA is inching closer to 4.00 due to his 5.90 ERA since the bright start to the campaign. Rodriguez is also giving up more home runs as hitters have knocked seven dingers in his last four starts.

The Pirates face the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday. Rodriguez had his worst start of the season against the Brew Crew on April 29. He gave up seven earned runs in 3 2/3 innings of work en route to the 10-4 loss.

Shaun Marcum, New York Mets (0-3, 8.59 ERA)

The Mets righty has gotten off to a slow start this year in just four starts. He has just 14 2/3 innings pitched combined in those starts and has given up 14 earned runs. The Mets have played over the total in three of his four starts thus far this season. Marcum will be nursing an injury to his non-pitching hand as they head into action Wednesday.

Marcum and the Mets will face the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium Wednesday. He had one start versus the Cards in 2012 lasting five innings and giving up four earned runs as a member of the Brewers.

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MLB: Streaks, Tips, Notes
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Milwaukee Brewers at Pittsburgh Pirates

Brew Crew have lost both of Yovani Gallardo's (3-2, 4.70 ERA) last two starts. If there was ever a spot for the right-hander to bounce back it's against the Pirates. Gallardo has owned Pittsburgh posting an impressive 10-2 mark over fifteen career starts with Brewers 14-1 over the span. Look for Brewers to improve they're 11-4 record at PNC Park

Cleveland Indians at Philadelphia Phillies

The Cleveland Indians have already knocked off Philadelphia with Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee on the mound. Could Cole Hamels (1-5, 4.18 ERA) be the next Philadelphia hurler to stumble vs Indians ? Take away Hamels first two disastrous starts the lefty heads to the mound with a 2.4 ERA, 2.5 SWR, 1.00 WHIP and is off another QS allowing 2 runs over 6 innings of work but got tagged with a loss as Phillies could only muster a single run in the 2-1 loss vs Arizona w/Corbin. Hamels ridding a 10-2 streak in May team starts, 17-4 last twenty-one in May just might get a well deserved 'W'.

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