MLB Picks and Predictions for 9/27/2021 - Free MLB Picks
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MLB Games on Monday, September 27th
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It’s a really light slate of games on Monday with only five games taking place, but there is plenty of value with these games. Let’s take a look at a free MLB pick on each of the games.
Chicago White Sox -160 at Detroit Tigers +150 Total: 9.5
The Detroit Tigers are being disrespected by this line. Matt Manning has had some struggles this season, but so has Dallas Keuchel for the Chicago White Sox. In his last start against the Tigers he only gave up two runs, but he also gave up 11 hits, and the Tigers are going to take advantage. Back the Tigers on the money line.
Play: Tigers ML
Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds
The Reds will be turning to Reiver Sanmartin who will be starting his first major league game in this one. In 21 appearances in the minors this year, Sanmartin had an 8-2 record and an ERA of 3.94. Sanmartin found success, but I don’t think that is going to continue in his first major league start. The Pirates bats will score enough to win this game.
Play: Pirates ML
Washington Nationals +155 at Colorado Rockies -175 Total: 11.5
If you like scoring, make sure you tune into this game because there will be plenty of that. Josiah Gray is on the mound for the Nationals and he sits with a 1-2 record and an ERA of 5.92. The Nationals will also find some offensive success against German Marquez and this game is going to go well over the total.
Kansas City Royals +140 at Cleveland Indians -150 Total: 9
The Cleveland Indians should be closer to -200. On the mound for the Royals is Jackson Kowar and he sits with an 0-4 record and an ERA of 11.45. Cal Quantrill sits with an ERA of 2.82 and the Royals bats are going to struggle. Back the Indians.
Play: Indians ML
Oakland Athletics -103 at Seattle Mariners -107 Total: 8.5
Runs are going to be hard to come by, especially with this being a pitcher's ballpark. Cole Irvin and Chris Flexen have both been good this season sitting with an ERA under four. The A’s haven’t scored more than five runs in any of their last ten games. Look for the under to cash.