Free Sports Betting Picks: Boston Red Sox at Minnesota Twins.

Written and authored by Major League Baseball Expert Analyst Charlie McDougall. produces it for Baseball news and notes. The teams will play on Wednesday May 27th, 2015. At 1:10 PM EST.
The (21-24) Boston Red Sox of the American League East Division will stay in the “TWIN CITIES”. Another day for the finale of a three-game series. Minnesota will play the (26-18) Minnesota Twins of the American League Central in 2015 MLB action. The teams will play at Target Field overlooking the skyline of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Best Sports Handicapper believes the Boston Red Sox have not met expectations in the 2015 Baseball season. The Minnesota Twins are one of the surprise teams in all of baseball through the first two months. The opening betting line has Minnesota as a -115 home favorite Against The Spread. The betting odds total is 8′ runs for Wednesday’s game.

The 2015 Boston Red Sox have won two of their last three baseball contests. The Red Sox lost game one in Minnesota 7-2 on May 25th, “MEMORIAL DAY”. Boston is forth in the Division, two and a half out of first place. The Red Sox 11-12 away from home this season. The Red Sox return home for seven games on Monday June 1st. Second Baseman Dustin Pedroia leads the charge at the plate with a .268 batting average, fifty base hits, and a .360 on-base percentage. Left Fielder Hanley Ramirez has a team-high ten home runs. Center Fielder Mookie Betts is the Red Sox leader with twenty-four RBI S. The Red Sox has a .373 slugging percentage as a team. Boston pitching has given up fifty home runs to the opposition this season. Right Fielder Shane Victorino is on the 15-day disabled list with a calf injury. The Red Sox are 3-10 their last thirteen baseball games on Wednesday’s. The Red Sox are 7-3 their last ten in Minneapolis. The betting odds under the total are 9-3 the “BOSOX” last twelve on grass. The Boston Red Sox are 4-6 their last ten Baseball Betting Predictions overall, going over the betting odds total three times and staying under the betting odds total seven. The Boston Red Sox will have Right Hander Rick Porcello, who is (4-3) with a 5.07 ERA on the mound for the third game of the series. The New Jersey native threw 4.1 innings, giving up seven hits and seven runs in his last start on May 22nd, a 12-5 road loss in Los Angeles. Bovada.Lv has the Boston Red Sox at 30/1 to win the 2015 MLB World Series title.

The 2015 Minnesota Twins have won five of their last six baseball games. The Twins are playing Minnesota in the second game of the series on Tuesday May 26th. Minnesota is second in the AL Central, two games behind first-place Kansas City. The Twins are 15-6 at home this season. Right Fielder Torii Hunter is the team leader with a .280 batting average and twenty-seven RBI S. Second Baseman Brian Dozier has nine home runs. First Baseman Joe Mauer has a team-high forty-six base hits. Third Baseman Trevor Plouffe has a .353 on-base percentage. Minnesota has the balance on offense. The Twins have a .388 slugging percentage. The pitching staff has given up forty-one home runs. Minnesota will hit the road for a series in Boston on Monday June 1st. The Twins are 10-2 their last twelve baseball games at home. The betting odds over the total are 12-3-1 Minnesota last sixteen baseball contests as a betting odds favorite. The Boston Red Sox are 7-3 their last ten overall, going over the betting odds total six times and staying under the betting odds total four. The Right Handed Phil Hughes, who is (3-4) with a 4.40 ERA, will be on the hill. The 6’4″ 250 pounder Californian went seven innings, giving up eight hits and two runs his last start in a 3-2 loss in Chicago on May 22nd. The betting odds over the total are 7-3 the last ten between the teams in Minnesota. The Minnesota Twins are 25/1 to win the 2015 MLB American League Title.
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