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Yankees offensive woes continue as they drop second straight game 4-0

The day did not start off well for Sonny Gray, as a leadoff single from Kevin Kiermaier started his outing. Then, DH Jake Bowers laced a double down the left field line, scoring the Rays center fielder. In the bottom of the 2nd, CJ Cron hit another double, breaking an 0-16 slump. Then, Daniel Robertson doubled him home. After a Mallex Smith sacrifice bunt moved Robertson to third, Willy Adames hit a grounder through the left side for another base hit to make it 3-0. Meanwhile, the Yankees wasted a pair of leadoff doubles off of Rays starter Wilmer Font in their first two innings at the plate. Giancarlo Stanton laced one down the right-field line, but was stranded, and Austin Romine smoked a ball off the wall in center before also being left on base.

BBB Betting Tips: Yankees @ Red Sox 4/12

Wednesday provided a dream day for this blog. The Yankees hit the projected over in the fourth inning and the Yankees won outright. It was a slug fest in every way imaginable with the teams combining for 17 total runs. Tonight, we are going to see this blog's recent hot streak continue. 

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New York Yankees @ Boston Red Sox (04/12)
Sonny Gray (1-0, 3.60 ERA) vs. Rick Porcello (2-0, 2.84 ERA)

Today might be the easiest projection this blog has had all season, which naturally makes me very nervous. We are going to let our luck ride and grab the over again tonight. The easy way to look at this projection is to talk about how the bats were alive last night as well as the projected 10-15 mph winds blowing out over the Green Monster tonight. Obviously, all that helps, but the real story is the pitching. 

Both Sonny Gray and Rick Porcello are hit-the-over pitchers. In the last five games that Gray has pitched, the over has hit four times. In the last six games that Porcello has pitched, the over has hit five times. Both the Yankees and Red Sox have hit the over in four straight games. This is an absolute no brainer, let it ride. Grab the over at 9 (-110). 

Final Call: Over 9 (-110)

Article by: Dylan Farrell