Four weekend MLB match ups are offering pro baseball odds fans a great chance to cash in with potentially winning SU wagers. The analysis and accompanying free picks that you’re about to get on all four contests will help you make the most out of your weekend MLB baseball bets. With that said, let’s get started.
Best MLB SU Betting Picks for the Weekend
Saturday, April 22, 2016
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NY Mets at Atlanta 4:05 PM ET
Analysis: The New York Mets are legitimate World Series contenders and the Atlanta Braves are still rebuilding. New York right-hander Steven Matz was fantastic in tossing seven shutout innings while giving up jus three hits in his last start while Atlanta’s Jhoulys Chacin got smacked around for three runs on four hits in just 5.1 innings of a 6-5 win over Miami on Sunday. New York wins by two runs at the very least.
The Pick: Mets 5 Braves 2
Baltimore at Kansas City 7:15 PM ET
The Royals are the easy pick in this contest with right-hander Kris Medlen (1-0, 2.38 ERA) on the bump. Medlen has not given up more than two earned runs or six hits in his two starts this season. Baltimore has yet to name a starter for this matchup, but it won’t matter against a Royals team that has won five of seven home games at the time of this writing.
St. Louis at San Diego 8:40 PM ET
Cardinals’ ace right-hander Michael Wacha (1-0, 2.76 ERA) will take the bump for St. Louis and that’s the main reason the Cardinals are the pick to win and cash in against the Padres. Wacha has given up just one earned run over his last two starts spanning 12.0 innings while allowing 11 hits and striking out a dozen. I like the Cardinals to win this matchup by a minimum of two runs.
Sunday, April 23, 2016
Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati 1:10 PM ET
Veteran right-hander Jason Hammel (2-0, 1.00 ERA) is on fire right now. The Cubs starter has not allowed more than one earned run in each of his three starts this season while tossing an identical six innings in each outing. The Cubs are 7-2 on the road this season and are the easy pick in this one!
Miami at San Francisco 4:05 PM ET
San Francisco right-hander Matt Cain (0-2, 6.46 ERA) has been miserable in tossing an identical 4.2 inning in each of his last two starts while allowing nine combined runs over the 9.1-inning span. I’m going to urge you to back the upstart Miami Marlins to pound the snot out of Cain, thanks to the expert hitting advice they’re getting from none other than the legendary Barry Bonds!