MLB Trends & Predictions – Sunday, July 21

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It’s Sunday and we’ve got more MLB predictions for you on Winning Bet Picks! Today we look to improve our successful overall record. As always, feel free to share your views and opinions on our social media accounts.

San Francisco Giants vs New York Mets (July 21 – 16:05 EST)

Expected Pitchers: Conner MenezĀ (0-0, ERA: 0.00) vs Steven MatzĀ (5-6, ERA: 4.87)

  • The Giants have won 8 of their last 10 games, while the Mets have won 6.
  • The Giants have won 4 in their last 5 home matches, the Mets have won 3 in their last 5 away matches.
  • The two teams have faced each other 6 times this season. The Giants and Mets are tied at 3 wins each.
  • The total has gone UNDER in 4 of San Francisco’s last 5 games when playing at home against NY Mets.

OUR PICK: NEW YORK METS MONEYLINE

Seattle Mariners vs Los Angeles Angels (July 21 – 16:10 EST)

Expected Pitchers: Yusei Kikuchi (4-6, ERA: 5.01) vs Dillon Peters (1-0, ERA: 4.15)

  • The Mariners have won 2 in their last 10 matches, while the Angels have won 6.
  • The Mariners have won 40% of their home matches this season, the Angels have won 48% of their away matches this season.
  • The Mariners have won 2 in their last 5 home matches, while the Angels have won 2 in their last 5 away matches.
  • The total has gone OVER in 5 of Seattle’s last 7 games against LA Angels.

OUR PICK: LOS ANGELES ANGELS MONEYLINE

Atlanta Braves vs Washington Nationals (July 21 – 19:08 EST)

Expected Pitchers: Kevin Gausman (2-5, ERA: 6.21) vs Joe Ross (0-0,ERA: 11.06)

  • The Braves have won 1 in their last 5 matches, while the Nationals have won 3 in their last 5.
  • The Braves have won 58% of their home matches this season, while the Nationals have won 51% of their away matches this season.
  • Th Braves have won 2 in their last 5 home matches, while the Nationals have won 3 in their last 5 away matches.
  • The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Atlanta’s last 6 games against Washington.

OUR PICK: WASHINGTON NATIONALS MONEYLINE

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