The Detroit Tigers (13-23) will visit the Tampa Bay Rays (21-15), in the second game of a three-game series, Tuesday at 6:40 PM ET. Shane McClanahan (2-2) is the starter for the Rays, and Beau Brieske (0-2) for the Tigers. Bookmakers have made the Rays a strong favorite at home (-280) to beat the Tigers (+225).
Tigers at Rays Game Lines: Moneyline, Spread, Total Runs
Tigers at Rays Probable Starting Pitchers
Shane McClanahan (LHP)
Beau Brieske (RHP)
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The Tigers were the moneyline underdog for two Brieske starts this season — they split the games.
Detroit went 2-1 across the three games it was moneyline underdogs in its last 10 matchups.
In their last 10 outings, the Tigers and their opponents combined to go over the run total one time.
The Tigers have won eight of the 24 games they were the moneyline underdog this season (33.3%).
Detroit has played as a moneyline underdog of +225 or longer in only one game this season, which they won.
Based on this contest’s moneyline, the Tigers’ implied win probability is 30.8%.
Rays Betting Tips
McClanahan’s team has won 50% of his starts when they are favored on the moneyline (3-3).
Over their last 10 games, Tampa Bay has been favored twice and split those games 1-1.
In their last 10 games with an over/under, the Rays and their opponents have combined to clear the total four times.
The Rays have won in 15, or 62.5%, of the 24 contests they have been named as odds-on favorites in this year.
Oddsmakers have given Tampa Bay the best odds of winning they have seen this season with a -280 moneyline listed for this contest.
The moneyline set for this matchup implies the Rays have a 73.7% chance of walking away with the win.