Baseball Betting Info of the Pros: Pitcher’s Report Card For Wednesday

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Pirates vs. Reds

Anthony DeSclafaniis struggling lately for the Reds, allowing .393 OBP against in this last three games, with a sky-high WHIP of 1.89 and ERA of 9.26. Plus, he’s been worse at home this with a 5.68 ERA and horrific in day games with an 8.50 ERA, 1.67 WHIP compared to an impressive 2.93 at night with a 1.11 WHIP.

Padres vs. Yankees

Chris Paddack is having a splendid year for Friars, with 1.93 ERA and .215 OBP against, plus a stunning WHIP of .76. In 15 2/3 IP during the day, his ERA is 0.57 with a minuscule .64 WHIP. The Bombers James Paxton has some of the most compelling home/road splits in MLB. His road ERA is 7.20 with a disgusting .400 OBP against. However, he is pitching at home where is a jaw-dropping 0.40 ERA and .212 OBP. 

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Angles vs. A’s

Griffin Canning takes the hill for LA Angels, allowing one run over his last two starts, 12 IP. He’s allowed just nine baserunners in that period. However, he hits the road where his ERA is 5.40, compared to 2.20 at home. His road WHIP is 1.40. Today’s contest is a day game, where he is allowing an OBP of .391 with a WHIP of 1.93. Compare that to his night splits of .235 and 0.88. 

Daniel Mengden has just two starts with a decent 3.31 ERA, but not-so-good 1.47 WHIP. 

Rangers vs. Mariners

The Rangers Drew Smyly has a 6.15 overall ERA. Opposing hitters are getting on-base at .365 OBP. But over his last three starts, it’s improved to 3.86 and .328. His road ERA is 7.07. Wade LeBlanc is even worse for Seattle. His ERA is 7.33, including 9.73 last three starts with a WHIP of .366 and .407 respectively. LeBlanc is worse at home with a pitiful .424 OBP allowed, 2.27 WHIP and 9.49 ERA. 

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Indians vs. Red Sox

Shane Bieber totes the rubber for Cleveland. He’s allowed 1 ER (no unearned) last 14 IP over two starts. His WHIP for the year is 1.05. Ryan Weber has a 1.29 ERA for the Sox, but he’s only pitched 14 innings. 

Cardinals vs. Phillies 

Aaron Nola is turning things around for the Phillies, giving up three runs or less, including unearned, in each of his last seven outings. 

Detroit vs. Baltimore

Tigers Ryan Carpenter has a 9.00 ERA in 14 IP with a 1.57 WHIP. O’s John Means has a 2.96 ERA and just .300 OBP against, but has 5.40 ERA in his last two with a WHIP of 1.70, compared to 1.17 overall. 

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