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3/4 results right yesterday with only the St Louis Cardinals letting us down and promising rookie Fernando Tatis Jr. producing the decisive play for the Padres. Again, an indication of some of the early-season form taking time to settle down. It may be better then to produce a trixie bet so that doubles and trebles result in a profit if one team let us down. Betfair will also refund stakes if one team lets us down so could be the best option for these bets.

The CLEVELAND INDIANS are strong -180 favourites at home to the Toronto Blue Jays with Carlos Carrasco a solid pitching option. A lot depends on the hot bats of FRANCISCO LINDOR and JOSE RAMIREZ but other players like CARLOS SANTANA and HANLEY RAMIREZ have shown early promise and they notched a win over the Blue Jays yesterday. Back with home field advantage they can prove a decent first leg.

CODY BELLINGER has started the season swinging a hot bat and hit a 3-run homer as the LOS ANGELES DODGERS beat Colorado 10-6 yesterday. WALKER BUEHLER is one of the best pitchers on the slate and with the other batters MAX MUNCY and RUSSELL MARTIN also playing well, they can get another win as -123 favourites in this hitter-friendly ballpark.

The WASHINGTON NATIONALS -110 welcome PATRICK CORBIN to the mound who ranks in my Top-5 pitchers on the slate and with ANTHONY RENDON and TREA TURNER swinging well, they can win against an average New York Mets team.

For the final leg I look to the NEW YORK YANKEES -165 favourites against the Baltimore Orioles. Veteran J.A. HAPP takes the mound and will get plenty of support from a strong offence. DIDI GREGORIOS is interesting if he gets the start ahead of GLEYBER TORRES but with the likes of AARON HICK, AARON JUDGE, LUKE VOIT and GIANCARLO STANTON in the lineup, Orioles pitcher Dylan Bundy could struggle against so much power. 

 

The Accumulator pays 6.33/1 with Skybet but I'd recommend a Trixie bet with them, just in case one team lets us down on the night.