September 9th, 2022 MLB Betting Tips



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MLB tips for September 9th, 2022.

2-2 back on Tuesday.

I really wasn’t planning on taking the next two days off, but that’s just how the schedule played out. Hardly any games on the schedule and not good spots in the ones that were.

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New York Mets at Miami Marlins Betting Tips:

NYM – David Peterson 3.32 ERA/3.54 FIP
MIA – Edward Cabrera 2.39 ERA/4.03 FIP

One bet that has been good to us this year has been Tigers vs. right handed pitching, but the Marlins against lefties is right there with them. They have just a 64 wRC+ against them this season and as a team they have a 59 wRC+ over the last two weeks. The Marlins are limping to the finish line and I’d be surprised to see them score much early.

Cabrera has some big strikeout numbers and has had great results over his past five starts with a 2.22 ERA/3.82 FIP. The Mets offense is very tough with a 116 wRC+, but they’ve been worse on the road this season and quieter over the past month with a 105 wRC+.

Mets/Marlins Under 4 First 5 Innings (-110)
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Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees Betting Tips:

TBR – Drew Rasmussen 2.70 ERA/3.23 FIP
NYY – Frankie Montas 3.79 ERA/3.62 FIP


Cleveland Guardians at Minnesota Twins Betting Tips:

CLE – Cal Quantrill 3.55 ERA/4.50 FIP
MIN – Dylan Bundy 4.34 ERA/4.16 FIP

Bundy isn’t much to get excited about, but he has been much better of late with a 1.80 ERA/3.67 FIP over his past five starts. The Guardians offense is playing like they don’t want to make the playoffs with a 60 wRC+ over the past two weeks.

The Twins offense has been better of late, but still down from where they’ve been. They have a 106 wRC+ over the past two weeks and a 95 wRC+ over the past month. Quantrill has been dealing of late with a 2.17 ERA/3.22 FIP over his past five starts.

The bullpens will decide this total and they’ve both been throwing very well of late. Especially Cleveland’s which has a 67 FIP- over the last thirty days.

This is going to be a real playoff atmosphere and both offenses are not scary at all right now.

Guardians/Twins Under 7.5 (-107)

Arizona Diamondbacks at Colorado Rockies Betting Tips:

ARI – Zach Davies 3.74 ERA/4.42 FIP
COL – German Marquez 4.86 ERA/4.69 FIP


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Atlanta Braves at Seattle Mariners Betting Tips:

ATL – Charlie Morton 4.01 ERA/3.96 FIP
SEA – Robbie Ray 3.45 ERA/3.87 FIP

This should be another playoff atmosphere with both teams needing wins for their playoff race and two good pitchers on the mound.

Ray has been pretty up and down this year, but he’s been up over his past five starts (1.41 ERA/3.41 FIP) and at home (2.49 ERA/3.07 FIP) this season. The Braves offense is hot right now and hits well against lefties, but the combination of Ray’s recent output and this being a very good pitcher’s park should keep them down a bit. The Mariners bullpen has been lights out for the past month with a 70 wRC+.

Morton has been very good of late as well with a 2.70 ERA/3.03 FIP. The Mariners offense has just a 104 wRC+ against righties this season and they’ve been at the same level over the past two weeks. The Braves bullpen has struggled of late, but they have an 89 wRC+ over the past month which is still pretty good.

Both bullpens should only be needed for a short period of time as this looks like a solid pitching match-up.

Braves/Mariners Under 7 Runs (+100)