Baseball Betting Picks – Dodgers Hope to Keep White Sox’ Noesi Winless


The Chicago White Sox got some positive results out of their big bat on Monday night, although it was not enough to shift the result in their favor, because they couldn’t get by the double-Cy Young winner of the Los Angeles Dodgers. On Tuesday they are looking to turn the tide in their favor, as they take another shot in the second game of this three-game set, with baseball betting action set to begin at 10:10 PM ET.

They’ll have a tough mountain to climb, since their pitcher, Hector Noesi (0-4, 5.83 ERA), has lost fourteen consecutive decisions, although one thing that is encouraging for the Pale Hose is that he was rock solid against Cleveland six days ago, going 7-1/3 innings and allowing just one run, but not getting enough in the way of offensive support to pick up a victory.

For the Dodgers, it is Dan Haren (5-3, 3.28 ERA) getting the starting nod. Haren allowed a pair of home runs and three runs overall to the Pittsburgh Pirates over six innings in his last start, although he has done quite well at Dodger Stadium, with a 2.78 ERA and 20 strikeouts, with only three walks.

In the baseball betting lines that have been posted on this game by the people at Get That Bet, the Dodgers are favored by a sizable number:

Los Angeles Dodgers (Haren – R) -200
Chicago White Sox (Quintana – L) +170

Over 7 Runs -135
Under 7 Runs +115

The Dodgers got a strong pitching effort out of Clayton Kershaw in Monday night’s game, as he went eight innings and allowed just two runs. Those two runs came by way of the guy who hopes to give the White Sox a shot in the arm with his return.

Jose Abreu is back, and the timing isn’t bad. Abreu, the rookie out of Cuba from whom big things were expected, had 42 RBI’s in the first 44 games of the season for Chicago, and to this day, he is one of only two players on the squad with more than 23 RBI’s. He went on the DL on May 17 with tendinitis in his ankle, and hit a two-run homer against Kershaw last night. Get That Bet customers who followed the game last night know that he almost didn’t get onto the field, as he was hit by an errant throw during pre-game warmups. To lose him again that way would have been a bad omen.

And believe us when we tell you – when you have a pitcher on the mound who has gone 40 straight appearances without a victory, as Noesi has, you are looking for all the good omens you can get.

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