The Los Angeles Angels (15-9) and Boston Red Sox (9-14) clash on Tuesday at 7:10 PM ET, opening a three-game series at Fenway Park.
The Angels are favored (-126 on the moneyline to win) when they take the field at the Red Sox (+105). The matchup on the mound for this contest is set with the Los Angeles Angels looking to Noah Syndergaard (2-0), and Michael Wacha (2-0) getting the nod for the Boston Red Sox. The game’s total is 8.5.
Angels vs. Red Sox Predictions
Angels vs. Red Sox Betting Odds
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Angels vs. Red Sox Last 10 Games Betting Performance
- Los Angeles has a 6-1 record across the seven games it was favored on the moneyline in its last 10 matchups.
- Over their last 10 outings, the Angels and their opponents combined to go over the run total four times (all 10 games had set totals).
- Los Angeles’ ATS record is 5-5-0 over its past 10 games.
- Boston has played as the underdog in seven of its past 10 games and won two of those contests.
- The Red Sox and their opponents have combined to hit the over two times in their last 10 games with a total.
- Boston has wins against the spread in its last 10 chances.
Angels vs. Red Sox Starting Pitcher Betting Trends
Projected starter: Noah Syndergaard
- When Syndergaard starts, the Angels are 2-1-0 against the spread.
- The Angels have a 2-1 record in Syndergaard’s three starts this season when they were the moneyline favorite.
- Syndergaard’s team has a 2-1 record in his starts this season.
- Syndergaard’s starts with a set total this season have hit the over in one of three games.
Projected starter: Michael Wacha
- Wacha and his team have a record of 3-1-0 against the spread when he starts.
- His team is 2-0 this season when he starts and they’re underdogs on the moneyline.
- Wacha’s team has won three of his four starts this season.
- The teams have not yet hit the over in any of the four games Wacha has started this season.
Angels Batting Leaders
- Mike Trout has a team-best batting average of .324, while leading the Angels in home runs (six).
- In MLB action, Trout ranks sixth in home runs and 60th in RBI.
- Taylor Ward is hitting .390 with four doubles, a triple, five home runs and 12 walks.
- Ward ranks 15th in homers and 28th in RBI this season.
- Ward brings an eight-game hitting streak into this game. During his last 10 games he is batting .417 with three doubles, a triple, four home runs, seven walks and 12 RBI.
- Shohei Ohtani has four doubles, four home runs and seven walks while batting .226.
- Anthony Rendon is batting .225 with five doubles, two home runs and 13 walks.
Angels Batting Leaders
- Rafael Devers leads Boston in home runs this season with three while driving in nine runs.
- In all of Major League Baseball, Devers ranks 51st in home runs and 95th in RBI.
- Devers enters this game on an eight-game hitting streak. In his last 10 games he is hitting .310 with three doubles, a home run and two RBI.
- Xander Bogaerts is batting .369 to lead Boston this season.
- Bogaerts is 155th in homers and 95th in RBI among all major league hitters this season.
- Bogaerts has hit safely in two straight games. In his last five games he is batting .400 with a double, four walks and two RBI.
- Alex Verdugo leads Boston in home runs with three and runs batted in with 13.
- J.D. Martinez has 18 hits and an OBP of .364 to go with a slugging percentage of .542 this season.
- Martinez has safely hit in five games in a row. During his last five outings he is hitting .450 with four doubles, a home run and six RBI.
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