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St. Louis Cardinals at Miami Marlins Betting Pick for 6/19/24

There are five games on the MLB schedule for Wednesday, and the first of those is a matchup between the Cardinals and Marlins. This one gets started at 12:40 PM ET from loanDepot Park in Miami. The Marlins are the slight home underdog on the money line (+146), while the Cardinals are favored at -175.

St. Louis comes into the game with a record of 36-36 and is currently 2nd in the NL Central, while the Marlins are 5th in the NL East with an overall record of 24-49. Kyle Gibson will start for the Cardinals, while the Marlins are sending Yonny Chirinos to the mound. The over/under line is currently 8.5 runs, and this game will be televised on MLBN.

Cardinals Seek Road Redemption in Miami: Gibson Aims to Extend Dominance,

St. Louis is 36-36 overall and 2nd in the NL Central, 6.5 games behind the Brewers. They are 9-9 in divisional games and 19-21 on the road. The Cardinals are 12-10-1 in series this season and 18-16 as the favorite. They are 18-20 as the underdog. St. Louis is in Miami today, and the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs. The over has hit in their last two games, and they have a record of 15-9 when the line is set at 8.5 runs. Their offense is 25th in scoring at 3.9 runs per game.

Kyle Gibson is 5-2 with a 3.44 ERA for the Cardinals this season. He has eight quality starts in 14 outings and is averaging 7.85 strikeouts per nine innings. Gibson is 3-1 with a 2.82 ERA on the road compared to 2-1 with a 4.07 ERA at home. The Cardinals offense has been led by Nolan Arenado, Alec Burleson, and Nolan Gorman. Burleson is hitting .273 with 2 home runs over his last nine games. Paul Goldschmidt is currently on a 3-game hitting streak. The Cardinals are 26th in scoring on the road at 3.8 runs per game.

Marlins Seek Redemption at Home Against Cardinals Amid Struggles,

The Miami Marlins are 24-49 overall, and they have lost six straight series. Miami is 5th in the NL East and 25.0 games behind the Phillies. As the favorite, the Marlins are just 3-12, and they are 21-37 as the underdog. Miami is 13-26 at home and 11-23 on the road. Today, they are at home against the St. Louis Cardinals, and the over/under line is set at 8.5 runs. The Marlins are 39-33 overall against the over/under line and 15-13 when the line is set at 8.5 runs. Yonny Chirinos is starting for the Marlins, and he finished last season with a record of 5-5 and an ERA of 5.40. His WHIP was 1.39, and he allowed a batting average of .271. Chirinos’ slugging percentage allowed was .476, and his FIP was 5.43. He did not have a single quality start last year, and his strikeout-to-walk ratio was 2.0. Chirinos allowed 15 home runs for the season.

Jazz Chisholm Jr. is on a 7-game hitting streak for the Marlins and leads the team in batting average and RBI. Bryan De La Cruz leads the Marlins in home runs. Tim Anderson is hitting .412 over his last 8 games. Miami has the worst road offense in the league, averaging 3.0 runs per game. Their OPS is 26th, and they are 20th in home runs. Overall, the Marlins are 30-43 against the run line. They have covered the run line in two straight games and are 29-29 as the underdog. Miami is being outscored by an average of 1.6 runs per game this year.

Underdog Marlins Poised for 6-5 Upset Over Cardinals: Bet on the Money Line!,

Our prediction for this one is that the Marlins will pick up a 6-5 win over the Cardinals. With the Marlins being the underdog, you can get them on the money line at +146, and this would be our recommended bet.

Looking at the starting pitchers, Kyle Gibson is predicted to finish with five strikeouts, which ranks him 17th among starters. However, he is projected to give up three earned runs, which is the third most for today’s starters.

Offensively, the Cardinals are not predicted to hit a lot of home runs, and their eight predicted strikeouts rank them 12th. The Marlins, on the other hand, are predicted to finish with 11 strikeouts, and they have the best predicted hit total in the league.

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