MLB Betting on Tigers vs. Red Sox

June 1, 2012 MLB Baseball

The Tigers and Red Sox wrap up this long four game series in Beantown tonight with the first pitch at Fenway Park scheduled for 7:10ET. The first three games of this set have been especially long for Detroit as they have dropped all three.

On Memorial Day, the BoSox slammed out 13 hits in a 7-4 victory. The key action in that one occurred when Mike Aviles seemingly had struck out for the final out in the 2nd inning, but was given new life when the ump called it a dropped foul tip. He promptly hit a single to score a run leading to three more tallies. Subsequently, Tiger manager Jim Leland and 3rd base coach Gene LaMont were given the rest of the night off for vigorously disputing the call. Start your Baseball Betting action on Tigers vs. Red Sox game.

Tuesdays contest saw Boston continue to hit,scattering 11 of them, even against Tigers ace Justin Verlander in beating him and Detroit 6-3. Last night the Red Sox prevailed yet again behind two run homers from both Will Middlebrooks and Big Poppy himself, David Ortiz. Kevin Youkilas added a solo round tripper as well. But the biggest hit came off the bat of Adrian Gonzales who’s ground rule double in the bottom of the seventh broke a 4-4 tie and put the Red Sox up for good.

The loss dropped the Tigers 4 games behind the second place Cleveland Indians in the AL Central, even with the Indians dropping their last two. The suddenly streaking White Sox are atop the division. Detroit is 23-27 on the year and now 12-15 away from Motown. Boston is still in the AL East cellar, but trailing the division leading Baltimore Orioles by only 2 games in the loss column, albeit, with three teams in between. With the three wins versus Detroit they are now 13-13 at home. Check the Sports Betting Odds for Tigers vs. Red Sox game.

Tonight’s pitching matchup has right hander Max Scherzer taking the hill for Detroit, with a won/loss of 4-3 and a 5.67 ERA. For the Red Sox, it will be another righty, Josh Beckett, at 4-4 and an ERA of 4.15. Boston is favored to sweep at home being listed at -$135, while the struggling Tigers are +$125. The over/under is 9 total runs on a $120/$100 moneyline.

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