Houston @ Minnesota
Houston +125 over Minnesota

Pinnacle +125 BET365 +120 Sportsinteraction +120 888Sport +120

Posted at 12:00 PM EST. Odds subject to change.

Houston over Minnesota

2:10 PM EST. We find Hunter Brown (RHP - HOU) after he earned the win versus Toronto on Monday, where he allowed two hits, three walks, and struck out five over six shutout innings. That turn was just the latest in a scorching run for the righty, as he’s tossed eight straight quality starts, going 5-1 with a 1.29 ERA and a 0.88 WHIP. He also sports a 53/14 K/BB ratio over 49 IP during that time.

Joe Ryan (RHP - MIN) is a quality starting pitcher, no doubt, but he’s also grossly overpriced today after posting a 10 K in 5.2 innings performance in his last start, a no-decision versus Seattle last Sunday. That said, Ryan is only one man, and there is a reason that despite his quality efforts, he is just 5-5, and that is because the Twins are not consistent in the run-scoring department. Furthermore, Ryan has struggled mightily versus the Astros, against whom he is 1-3 with an 8.53 ERA over four career starts. Ryan faced the Astros on June 1, when he allowed five runs on eight hits—including four home runs—and two walks over 5 IP. Overlay.


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Our Pick

Houston +125 (Risking 2 units - To Win: 2.50)

Cincinnati -1½ +114 over Miami
Washington +130 over Milwaukee