MLB Picks for September Baseball Bets, Predictions, and Odds on DraftKings Sportsbook for September 7th
On September 7th, Nick Fryer offers MLB betting trends along with his top picks on DraftKings Sportsbook.
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Total 7 – 120. plus
Nick Pivetta earned more than 2.5 plus 110.
Against Nick Pivetta earlier in the season, the Rays came close to going over this total on their own. He scored five runs against him in five innings when they saw him on August 28. In 13 of his 27 innings, he has let up more than three runs, however seven of those runs have occurred in his last 11. Furthermore, since mid-August, the Rays have had the seventh-best ISO versus right wingers, not only have they hit Pivetta well this season, but they have also been hitting well against righties overall.
Regarding Wednesday’s total, commencing this year, the Pivetta has had a 20-4-3 over/under record. The Red Sox have handed him eight runs from 12 innings in his two starts, even though the over of this number hasn’t been a big hit at Jeffrey Springs earlier this year.
Miami Marlins vs. the Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies -1.5 +130.
Bailey “Never” Falter has provided the Phillies a good opportunity at a win in the most of his 2022 outings, despite his unappealing season-long results. Philadelphia has therefore won eight of his starts. What’s more, the Phillies have won seven of those contests by two runs or more. They have a 41-32 run line record in games where they have covered after winning, making them one of the top teams at doing so.
The run line following a loss for the Marlins, on the other hand, is 38-40. In recent games against left-handed pitching, neither club has shown much power, but the Phillies are at least hitting a lot of high-quality contact. Since the middle of August, Miami has only made 28.5% of strong contact and 15.5% of line drives against lefties.
Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds
Mike Minor, who as a left-hander all season, did reasonably well against the Cardinals offence despite not making it into the fifth inning the previous time. The Cubs’ season-long ISO (.163) is greater than that of left-handed pitching in 2022, although it has subsequently fallen to.100.
Javier Assad has performed admirably in his first two MLB starts, but with that level of offensive output, Chicago’s bullpen won’t have enough work on its hands. Although Asad hasn’t yet given up a run, between those two appearances, he only managed to score nine runs. Since the period, Chicago’s reliever has the fourth-highest bullpen ERA (5.15) and the highest bullpen FIP (5.53). Contrarily, the Cincinnati Relievers’ bullpen has a 3.66 ERA and 3.71 FIP since the deadline, despite the fact that they gave up five runs on Tuesday following a terrible start from Justin Dunn.