Boston Extends Dodgers Losing Streak Friday Night

The Los Angeles Dodgers are in Bean-Town to Combat Boston.

L.A. arrives on the second-longest losing streak of the year, having dropped their last three at home to San Diego. As great as the Dodgers have played all season, they haven’t played well on the street with a 23-20 record (-5.3 units), which includes having lost six of the past nine in the traveling gray’s.
Boston did what they were supposed to perform ahead of the All-Star, beat terrible teams and they went 5-1 at Toronto and Detroit. It doesn’t seem the Red Sox will catch New York in the AL East, but they’ve climbed back into the wild-card race that gives them the best chance to come back to the postseason. Plain and simple, the Red Sox have not done the job at Fenway Park in putting with a 20-20 record and therefore are a pitiful -15.7 units for backers.
The MLB chances have Los Angeles at around a -110 to -115 road preferred on Friday night.
Dodgers Weaknesses and Strengths
It is hard to find much wrong with the very best team in baseball because boss Dave Roberts has the Dodgers. They suffered a rare offensive funk in scoring 2.5 conducts a match in dropping the series to the Padres, but over the course of 162 games, these bumps in the road will take place.
Ordinarily this group can place a great deal of pressure on opposing offenses with the likes of Cody Bellinger, Max Muncy, and Justin Turner. With Corey Seager returning from the IL, the expectation is he could get back to the player he had been in 2016-17 and make this lineup even more deadly.
Roberts has got the No. 2 pitching team in baseball behind only Tampa Bay when looking at ERA and if they can get Rich Hill back, they’re stacked Tonight’s expected newcomer is Kenta Maeda (7-5, 3.76 ERA), who has a tendency to fall in love with his curve, not trust the fastball enough.

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