MLB - Sun 15/07/2012 - 06:01 EDT

Major League Baseball Betting: Studs Head To The Bump Sunday

Having selection of super studs heading the bump, some against less than quality opponents, always gets our baseball betting blood flowing. Today is one of those days and sports handicappers need to load up.

If you follow us across the TAP family of online betting directories, then you know our penchant for backing premium pitchers. Tigers ace Justin Verlander and Matt Harrison from the Rangers both head to the hill today.

Tigers vs. Baltimore: Verlander Gets Day Time Start

His recent All-Star Game meltdown aside, betting on Justin Verlander is normally a very profitable proposition. Backing the Vaporizer when he gets a day time start is even better. The Tigers ace has a 25-5 record (2.51 ERA) in day games over the past three seasons. The reason for this is simple as hitters have a more difficult time picking up Verlanders’ fireballs in the daylight background.

Texas vs. Seattle: Rangers Harrison Set to Feast on the Mariners Again

Despite coming off a loss to the Chicago White Sox heading into the All-Star break, Texas Rangers stud Matt Harrison is 7-1 with 14 runs allowed and 43 strike-outs in his last ten starts. Harrison has enjoyed a ton of success versus Seattle as he owns a seven game winning streak against the Mariners. Four of those wins came on the road at Safeco Field – by a combined 15-5 final score.

Sportsbook Review Predictions: Back the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers

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