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1* Under Diamondbacks/Dodgers (10:10 ET): The term "pitcher's park" has certainly applied to Dodger Stadium in 2016 as we've seen an average of just 6.9 runs per game scored here, fewest in all of baseball. The result of that is the Under has gone a remarkable 36-14 in Chavez Ravine. Welcoming in a weak opponent they should theoretically dominate, hopefully the Dodgers don't even play the bottom half of the ninth here (always a nice advantage to have). My recommendation here is on the Under.
We obviously don't want LA to score much either and fortunately for our case, their slumping lineup just managed only four runs total in two games vs. the Tampa Bay Rays. Those games took place here at home and in seven of the last eight home games, the Dodgers have now been held to four runs or fewer. The embattled Zach Godley starts for Arizona and while his track record suggests he might struggle, I see him keeping a scuffling lineup somewhat in check.
Dodgers starter Kenta Maeda should take care of the rest. He has a 0.883 WHIP his L3 starts and he flat out dominated San Diego in his last home start, holding them to just one run on two hits over seven innings w/ a 13-0 KW rate. Maeda also held Arizona scoreless the lone time he faced them (back in April), allowing just five hits in 6 IP. The Under, true to form, cashed in all three games the one time the Dodgers have hosted the D'back this year and I see the trend continuing tonight. 1* Under Diamondbacks/Dodgers
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