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Baseball fans, it’s crunch time! Week 15 of the MLB season is upon us, bringing a week of crucial matchups before the All-Star break. To maximize your enjoyment and potentially turn this excitement into winning picks, let’s explore the top pitchers to follow alongside some enticing online MLB betting options.

 

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Week 15: Monday, July 8th – Sunday, July 14th, 2024

 

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Final week of Major League Baseball for the “first half” of the season.

After this week, it is Major League Baseball All Star break.

Let’s take a look at some of the top pitchers to follow this Week 15 of the season.

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Writer’s MLB Picks for Week 15 of the Season

Miles Mikolas, St. Louis Cardinals

Monday, July 8th, 2024

Mikolas has certainly been up and down this season.

Two starts ago, was a disaster.

His last start was strong. Mikolas can give you seven straight or go five innings and get bombed.

On Monday he faces the Nationals, who have actually been hitting the baseball quite well as of late.

Look for Mikolas to slow them down a bit and keep them off balance.

After his game on Monday, the Cardinals get the Cubs over the weekend to wrap up the first half.

Another weak hitting team.

Got to like his chances this week!


 

Jack Flaherty, Detroit Tigers

Thursday, July 11th, 2024

Flaherty missed his last start with a back injury.

But, one of the top strikeout pitchers in the American League seems to be ready to go for this Monday tilt.

The Tigers will get the first place Cleveland Guardians.

Cleveland has been great with the bats, so this is going to be quite the challenge.

After the Guardians leave down, it’s the Dodgers.

These are two of the biggest tests in all of the league.

Do not be surprised if Flaherty lives up to the test though, and puts together a nice week.

Take a look at the former Cardinals right hander here.


 

Davis Daniel, Los Angeles Angels

Saturday, July 13th, 2024

The 27 year old has made two starts this season, and been strong.

He is 1-1, with 13.1 innings thrown, and 11 strikeouts.

Yes, his last start was not as strong as his first, but he still has the stuff to make it in this league.

His start on Monday comes at home over the Texas Rangers.

Texas has been spotty offensively.

Later in the week, Daniel and the Angels get the first place Mariners.

Seattle has been on an offensive slump, and falling to the bottom of the league in offensive numbers.

We like Daniel this week.


 

Chris Sale, Atlanta Braves

Saturday, July 13th, 2024

The lefthander gets Arizona on Monday and San Diego over the weekend.

Sure, both games are on the road, but Sale has been tremendous.

He has found some of his old stuff that made him so wildly successful with the Atlanta Braves.

Look for the tall lefthander to continue tossing up zeros on the scoreboard, and have another big time start.

We like Sale to be strong this weekend in his two starts.


 

Andrew Abbott, Cincinnati Reds

Saturday, July 13th, 2024

The youngster is set to go over 100 innings for the season.

Abbott has 8 wins on the season, and probably been the most effective Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher.

His start on Monday is against the worst team in the National League; in Colorado.

The Rockies are not an elite hitting team, despite being in a small park like Cincinnati, Abbott should be able to adjust well.

His second start will come over the weekend, as he will take on the Miami Marlins.

Two home starts for Abbott should have him feeling good heading into the break.


 

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As the season heats up, check out the latest MLB lines on which team will take home the title.

Team Odds
Los Angeles Dodgers +330
Atlanta Braves +450
New York Yankees +750
Houston Astros +1025
Baltimore Orioles +1200
Texas Rangers +1275
Philadelphia Phillies +1350
Toronto Blue Jays +2400
Seattle Mariners +2600
Tampa Bay Rays +2800
Chicago Cubs +3000
Minnesota Twins +3200
Arizona Diamondbacks +3400
St. Louis Cardinals +3500
Cleveland Guardians +3800
San Diego Padres +4700
Cincinnati Reds +5000
Milwaukee Brewers +5600
Detroit Tigers +5600
Boston Red Sox +5800
San Francisco Giants +5800
New York Mets +6000
Kansas City Royals +7500
Pittsburgh Pirates +8000
Los Angeles Angels +14000
Miami Marlins +24000
Washington Nationals +36000
Oakland Athletics +50000
Chicago White Sox +60000
Colorado Rockies +60000

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There you have it! These are the top starting pitchers to keep an eye on during Week 14 of Major League Baseball.

Get ready for some exciting action on the field!

Enjoy the games!


 

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The All-Star Break is now in the rearview mirror, with the second half of the season now well underway in the MLB. There are some clear leaders and World Series favorites emerging, but as history has shown us, the second half is when the true favorites emerge, as we have seen teams fold coming down the stretch in the past, especially once teams make their moves at the trade deadline. It will be fun to watch it all unfold, but for now, we are taking things one week at a time. That means looking ahead at the rest of the week and trying to figure out which pitchers might help their team get a valuable win. Let’s take a look at some pitchers you should consider when wagering this week in the MLB.

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MLB Week 15: Monday July 10 – Sunday July 23, 2023

Mitch Keller

Pittsburgh Pirates | No. 23
Bats: Right / Throws: Right

The Pirates are on a 4-game losing skid heading into their Tuesday tilt with the Cleveland Guardians, but there is a bit of a silver lining here, albeit a minor one. They will have Mitch Keller on the mound on Tuesday night, which means that their chances of breaking out of their current slump seem pretty decent. Keller comes into this one with a 9-4 record and a 3.31 ERA. The Pirates lost the last 2 starts heading into the break, but I think he returns refreshed and ready to get back to winning ways.

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Luis Castillo

Seattle Mariners | No. 58
Bats: Right / Throws: Right

We don’t often have a pitcher with a losing record on these weekly lists, but I think Castillo looks like a good bet on Wednesday night. Castillo had won 3 straight games heading into his last start, where he was hit hard by the Detroit Tigers in a 7-6 loss, where Castillo was responsible for just 3 of those earned runs. Despite being 6-7 on the season, Castillo still has a rather respectable ERA of 2.96, and I think he gets back to winning ways in his start against the Twins on Wednesday night.

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Tyler Glasnow

Tampa Bay Rays | No. 20
Bats: Left / Throws: Right

Glasnow has seen limited action this season, going 3-3 with a 3-78 ERA, but if his last start is anything to go bye, he might be ready to have a very solid second half of the season. Yes, that start came against the lowly Kansas City Royals, but Glasnow still looked sharp, pitching 6 full innings and surrendering just 1 ER. This Thursday, he will be on the mound to face a Baltimore Orioles team that hit him hard when they met earlier this season, but I think it will be Glasnow who gets the last laugh in this one.

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Shohei Ohtani

Los Angeles Angels | No. 17
Bats: Left / Throws: Right

Honestly, it always feels like a little bit of a no-brainer to bet on the Angels whenever Ohtani starts, but it’s also fair to suggest that he is not always a lock. He is currently sitting at 7-5 on the season with a 3.50 ERA, but when he does struggle on the mound, he very often bails the team out with his bat. This Friday night, Ohtani will get the start against the slumping Pittsburgh Pirates. Ohtani lost 2 in a row prior to the break, but I think he comes back rested and ready to mow down the Pirates.

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Top MLB Betting Picks of the Week – July 15th Edition
 

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Bad news for the St. Louis Cardinals as they try to stay in the race in the NL Central and for a Wild-Card spot as future Hall of Fame catcher Yadier Molina could miss up to three weeks with a thumb injury. Molina was placed on the injured list as the team came out of the All-Star break last week.

Molina had missed 12 games the first time he went on the IL with the problem and had knocked in only three runs since his return so the thumb clearly was still bothering him. Here’s a look at two early-week MLB matchups and check back for MLB odds.

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San Francisco Giants at Colorado Rockies

When: Tuesday, 8:40 PM ET (MLB Extra Innings)

The Giants are last in the NL West but took two of three in Milwaukee over the weekend. In Sunday’s win, Brandon Belt hit a solo home run in the fifth inning, his 11th of the season and first since 6/27 vs. Arizona. Belt has reached base safely in 9 of his last 11 games, batting .341 (15-for-44) with 11 runs scored as of Monday. Giants third baseman Evan Longoria left Sunday’s game with a foot injury and manager Bruce Bochy confirmed that Longoria is battling plantar fasciitis on his left foot. He may be able to play through it, though. If not, Pablo Sandoval should man third.

Scheduled to be lefty Drew Pomeranz (2-9) on the mound Tuesday for San Francisco. Pomeranz gave up four runs on four hits over four innings of work in a loss to the Cardinals in his last outing on July 5. Pomeranz allowed six hits, and he walked four in the loss to the Cardinals. He got off to a poor start essentially immediately, giving up a solo homer to Jose Martinez and a two-run shot to Paul Goldschmidt.

There have been a few decent starts for the left-hander, but for the most part, Pomeranz has really struggled for the Giants in 2019 with a 6.42 ERA and ugly 1.77 WHIP. Pomeranz has been striking out batters at a healthy clip since the beginning of June (11.8 K/9) but has failed to surpass five innings in any of his six starts during that span while supplying a 4.13 ERA and 1.62 WHIP.

It’s rookie Peter Lambert (2-1, 6.67) for the Rockies. Lambert has had a rough first season at Coors Field. But in his last home start (against the Astros on July 3) he gave up two early homers but generally pitched well while giving up four runs in five innings. After a promising beginning to his big-league career, Lambert has now given up at least three runs in each of his last four starts, serving up eight homers with an 8:4 K:BB over 17.2 innings during that rough stretch. Three of those outings have been at Coors Field.

Colorado shortstop Trevor Story made history over the weekend by hitting his 20th home run of the season, becoming the first primary shortstop in Major League history to hit 20 or more home runs in each of his first four seasons. He surpassed shortstops Carlos Correa, Nomar Garciaparra and Cal Ripken Jr. who each had 20 or more home runs in each of their first three MLB seasons.

Chicago White Sox at Kansas City Royals

When: Wednesday, 8:15 PM ET (MLB Extra Innings)

The White Sox remain without one of their best hitters in Tim Anderson. He did field grounders on Sunday afternoon. But manager Rick Renteria cautioned after the workout that Anderson is not close to returning to Chicago’s active roster. “He’s still not pushing off that leg as well as we’d like,” Renteria told reporters, “but he’s healing.” The star shortstop has been sidelined since June 26 because of a high right ankle sprain and probably won’t be ready for major league action until early August.

Speaking of shortstops, the Royals have a terrific one in Adalberto Mondesi. Mondesi went 2-for-5 with an RBI and also recorded his major league-leading 30th stolen base in the Royals’ loss to the Tigers on Sunday. The dynamic 23-year-old switch-hitter owns a .267/.296/.438 triple-slash line with 46 runs scored, seven home runs and 52 RBI in 353 plate appearances.

It’s struggling Ivan Nova (4-8, 5.60) on the bump for Chicago. Nova is 2-1 with a 5.17 ERA in six career starts against the Royals, and he’s 1-0 with a 9.28 ERA in two starts at Kansas City. He has virtually broken even on the road, where he’s 40-41 with a 4.70 ERA lifetime.

The Royals go with lefty Danny Duffy (3-5, 4.64). Duffy lasted only two-plus innings on Friday against the Tigers after being struck by a line drive on the pitching hand. Duffy faced three more hitters — all of whom reached — before exiting with numbness in his left hand.

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Best MLB Series Of The Week (May 15th)
 

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With the start of the 2017 MLB regular season producing some eye-opening surprises in both leagues over the first six weeks of the season, baseball betting enthusiasts everywhere will be treated to some intriguing, if unexpected, pairings this week between a number of teams looking to make a move in their respective divisions.

Better yet, thanks to the expert insight you’re about to get, you’re going to get an inside glimpse of what the most intriguing series’ this week looks like.

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Boston Red Sox (19-18) at St. Louis Cardinals (21-15)

The BoSox are in third place in the AL East but has dropped two of three and four of its last six games overall. Boston will hit the road to face a surging St. Louis ballclub that hit the new week on fire by winning two straight and eight of their last nine. Boston is just 7-9 on the road this season while the Cardinals have gone 11-9 at home.

Cincinnati Reds (19-18) at Chicago Cubs (18-19)

Cincinnati has lost three straight heading into their series opener against Chicago on Monday night, but the Red are still a game-up on the third place Cubs in the NL Central. The Reds have won six of their last 10 while going respectable 7-8 on the road this season while the Cubs have struggled in going just 7-9 at Wrigley Field.

Los Angeles Dodgers (22-16) at San Francisco Giants (15-24)

While the San Francisco Giants have gotten off to a slow start and await the return of staff ace lefty Madison Bumgarner, they’ll stage another chapter in their long and often heated NL West rivalry against the Los Angeles Dodgers, with staff aces Clayton Kershaw and Johnny Cueto taking the mound on Wednesday night. Los Angeles have won seven of its last nine games, but the Giant have won three straight and four of their last five while nearly sweeping Cincinnati over the weekend.

Colorado Rockies (24-15) at Minnesota Twins (19-15)

The Rockies have won six of their last nine games and sit in first place in the NL West while Minnesota has won four of five while taking two of three from the Indians to move into first place in the tight AL Central despite raking just 16th in scoring and 19th in runs allowed.

Milwaukee Brewers (21-17) at Chicago Cubs (18-19)

The Cubs will take on another division rival starting on Wednesday when they host the NL Central-leading Brewers. Milwaukee h won three straight and six of its last seven games while sweeping the Mets over the weekend. The Brew Crew has gone 9-6 on the road compared to Chicago’s uninspiring 7-9 home mark.

Toronto Blue Jays (17-21) at Baltimore Orioles (22-14)

Toronto may be in last place in the competitive AL East, but the Bluejays hit the new week on fire by winning five straight and even of their last eight games. Baltimore has lost four straight after winning their previous six games but still sits just half-game back of the division-leading Yankees.

 
 
 
 

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