MLB F5 Best Bets – Wednesday, June 8th

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Josiah Gray delivering a pitch in Miami against the Marlins

We’re headed into the dog days of Summer for baseball but that doesn’t mean our bets have to suffer as well. I shopped the odds at Fanduel Sportsbook and found three of my favorite “First 5” wagers on the market. Here are my MLB Best Bets for Wednesday, June 8th.

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MLB F5 Best Bets – Wednesday, June 8th

Nationals +1.5 (-154) at Marlins 

  • Josiah Gray has given up 3 or fewer runs in three of his last four starts including May 18th in Miami
  • He has a 4.18 ERA in 4 career starts against the Marlins
  • 6 innings pitched & 3 or fewer runs allowed in all three career starts in South Beach
  • Sandy Alcantara has an ERA around 2 over his last five starts against Washington
  • He’s given up 1 run or fewer in four of those starts
  • Alcantara has only 3 total runs over the F5 innings of his last five starts

Yankees at Twins Under 4.5 (+106)

  • Nestor Cortes has allowed 1 or no runs in four of his last five starts
  • Allowed no runs over the F5 innings in three of his last four starts
  • Although he’s going just an average of 4 innings or so, Chris Archer has given up 2 or fewer runs in eight of ten and just 1 run in three of his last four starts this season
  • Also significant that only D.J. LeMahieu and Anthony Rizzo have averages above .200 among Yankees regulars. 

Mets at Padres Over 3.5 (-125)

  • Chris Bassitt has allowed 3 or more runs over the F5 innings in three of his previous four starts
  • Sean Manaea had given up 3+ runs over the F5 innings in five of the six starts prior to his last outing against Milwaukee and 2+ in all six
  • Bassitt has regressed since April, surrendering 7 HR in three of his last four starts after allowing just 4 dingers through his first seven starts
  • Manaea allows a ton of baserunners walking multiple hitters in four straight and in eight of his ten starts to begin 2022
  • The New York offense leads MLB in team BA (.264),  OBP (.335), hits (520), and they’re 2nd in runs/gm (5.12)

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