Futures odds on who will hit the most home runs this season
Ryan Howard +1800 Albert Pujols +1200 Alfonso Soriano +5000 David Ortiz +2500 Alex Rodriguez +240 Jim Thome +7500 Manny Ramirez +4000 Travis Hafner +2500 Mark Teixeira +2500 Adam Dunn +800 Derrek Lee +10000 Justin Morneau +600 Paul Konerko +20000 Vladimir Guerrero +2000 Richie Sexson +10000 Carlos Delgado +10000 Carlos Beltran +6000 Aramis Ramirez +2000 Lance Berkman +10000 Carlos Lee +5000 Andruw Jones +7500 Jason Giambi +30000 Jermaine Dye +10000 Frank Thomas +10000 Troy Glaus +10000 Nick Swisher +10000 Hank Blalock +200000 Ken Griffey Jr. +5000 Jason Bay +10000 Prince Fielder +150 Miguel Cabrera +10000 Magglio Ordonez +4000 Matt Holliday +5000Gary Sheffield +3000 zx Field (Any Other Player) +1000
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1* Houston (8:10 ET): The Astros and Twins came into this series with the two worst records in the American League and they are also 30th and 29th (in all of MLB) respectively in net units. They've split the first two games of this three-game set, but I heavily favor the home team (Houston) to take tonight's game and the series.
The 'Stros got their six runs on only five hits last night. The difference in the game ended up being a run scored on a wild pitch and another via a balk. As fluky as that may sound, I can't shake the thinking that Houston is going to improve. This was a playoff team a year ago that outscored its opponents by 111 runs (2nd best in AL). They were expected to be contenders in 2016. Minnesota, meanwhile, is a team everyone expected to regress this season and regress they have as the only team in MLB w/ a worse record is Atlanta.
The pitching matchup seems to be in Houston's favor here. Michael Fiers allowed only two runs in seven innings (w/ 5 K's) his last time out. He didn't walk any one either. Sadly, the Astros ended up losing that game, 7-4 at Oakland. That's just bad luck, but Minnesota's Phil Hughes was just plain bad his last time out as he gave up four runs in just five innings of work. Houston is the ONLY team that has yet to post B2B victories this season, but that'll change after tonight as they take the series. 1* Houston
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