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It is not a surprise to many that the Cubs having a losing record to start the season. This matchup falls into a system to play on a team like Texas when they have allowed 4 runs or less in 4 straight games and they are playing against an opponent that is coming off a game where they allowed 9 runs or more. This system is 139-80 (64%) over the last five seasons.
The Cubs have been struggling to get runs on the board this season as they average 3.5 runs per game. In their three games against left handed starters the Chicago averages just 1 run per game and a .159 batting average. Texas has given the start to left-hander Derek Holland for today’s game which spells big trouble for Cubs fans. Rarely will you find a line with this much value when the favorite has their opponent outmatched from every angle.
The Cubs look to bounce back following losses in three of four games against the Giants in their most recent series. Chicago has been inconsistent on the road and at home where it is 2-4 at each but I feel it is in good position on Tuesday to get back into the win column. Travis Wood takes the hill for Chicago and he is off to a terrific start as he is 1-0 with a 1.46 ERA and 1.05 WHIP over two starts, both of which have been quality outings. Last season, he was unable to win many games but still posted a very strong 1.20 WHIP covering 156 innings. He did have a below average 4.27 ERA and that can be attributed to the long ball as he allowed 25 home runs but has not allowed one yet this season. The Rangers meanwhile are coming off a series split at Seattle as the bats were non-existent, scoring just 11 runs in the four-game set. Texas is hitting just .231 on the road and could again find the going tough. It goes with Derek Holland who is also off to a great start with two quality outings to open the season as he has allowed two runs in each of those games. This is his first start on the road however and even though he has had more success throughout his career on the highway, this is not ideal pitching in the cold weather of Chicago. The Cubs are 8-2 in their last 10 home games against left-handed starters while Holland is 1-5 with a 5.96 ERA in nine career Interleague starts. Play (980) Chicago Cubs
Tuesday free play is the Nationals on the Run Line over the Marlins.
Miami is a lowly 2-11 on the year, and they have not been able to top 3 runs in any of their last 9 games, so the likelyhood of the Marlins erupting tonight seems remote at best.
Washington shook off their 3 game sweep at the hands of the red-hot Atlanta Braves with a 10 run performance last night.
It will be Dan Haren and Alex Sanabia to the slab tonight, and while Haren has had his issues on his comeback trail, he should be able to hold the Miami lineup down, especially with Giancarlo Stanton still working his way back from injury.
The Nationals have defeated the Marlins in 4 straight this season, and they have now outscored the Marlins 21-4.
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