|-1.5 LAD (-120) @ bet365|
ASA TOP PLAY ON 10* Run Line: Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 runs (-120) over Colorado Rockies, Wednesday at 10:05 PM ET - Jon Gray has good numbers so far this season but Dodger Stadium has been a house of horrors for him in his career. Gray is 1-5 at Dodger Stadium and has been pummeled in almost all those defeats. Another factor going against him here is that the Dodgers saw him in his first start this season which was at Coors Field. Though Gray fared well there it is worth noting that one of the big bats for the Dodgers that is currently out is Cody Bellinger but he went 0 for 4 that game. Also, Gray did not have to face Mookie Betts in that one but now he was back in the lineup yesterday and likely to play again today. Additionally, Justin Turner was rested yesterday but he'll be back in the lineup today. Yesterday 7 of the Dodgers 8 position players in the lineup had a hit and 3 had multi-hit games and 4 hit homers, including Betts. Remember Turner was not even in the lineup yesterday. The Dodgers are again stacked this season and are 9-2 so far on the campaign and 7 of the 9 wins were by a multi-run margin. Not including the Nationals (covid earlier so have played less games), the Rockies are the only team in the majors that has less than 4 wins on the year. Not only is Colorado 3-8 this season, the Rockies have lost 8 of their last 10 games and 6 of the 8 defeats were by a multi-run margin. Now a Rockies lineup that struggles away from home has to face Dustin May. He was fantastic in his first start this season at Oakland and, in his career, he has a 2.79 ERA and has held hitters to a .223 batting average. Colorado has scored a total of 4 runs in their 4 games thus far on the road trip and has lost all 4. The Dodgers are scoring an average of 6 runs per game this season and are a perfect 4-0 at home. As you can see above, all the key edges are with the home team in this one and we are grabbing them on the run line. Blowout alert! Bet the Los Angeles Dodgers -1.5 runs in late night action Wednesday.