1:40 p.m. ET: Philadelphia Phillies (48-43) at Miami Marlins (43-47)
The Phillies have taken the first two games of this NL East showdown, winning the opener 2-1 as +150 road favorites and then winning again on Saturday 10-0 as -105 road dogs. In this afternoon's series finale, the Phillies tap righty Aaron Nola (5-7, 3.35 ERA) and the Marlins send out lefty Trevor Rogers (4-8, 5.42 ERA). This line opened with Philadelphia listed as a -145 road favorite and Miami a +130 home dog. Sharps have laid the chalk with the Phillies to complete the sweep, steaming Philadelphia up from -145 to -155. The Phillies have correlative betting value as a favorite in a low total game (7). The Phillies are 30-24 as a favorite, 24-22 on the road and 14-11 against lefties. The Marlins are 17-31 as a dog, 22-21 at home and 32-29 against righties. The Phillies lead the season series 5-4. The Marlins are just 5-10 in Rogers' 15 starts this season.
2:35 p.m. ET: Seattle Mariners (50-42) at Texas Rangers (41-48)
The Mariners have won all three games thus far in this four-game series. Seattle is coming off a 3-2 victory on Saturday, taking care of business as -160 road favorites. The Mariners are the hottest team in baseball and have now won 13-straight games. In this afternoon's series finale, Seattle hands the ball to righty Chris Flexen (6-8, 3.84 ERA) and Texas counters with fellow righty Glenn Otto (4-5, 5.50 ERA). This line opened with the Mariners listed as a short -120 road favorite and the Rangers a +110 home dog. Pros are once again riding the hot hand, steaming Seattle up from -120 to -130. Road favorites are 300-193 (61%) this season. The Mariners are 25-12 as a favorite, 26-22 on the road and 42-19 against righties. Meanwhile, the Rangers are 25-27 as a dog, 21-25 at home and 24-35 against righties. Seattle leads the season series 7-2. Flexen has a 0.71 ERA in two July starts. The Mariners are 4-0 in Flexen's last four starts.
4:05 p.m. ET: Milwaukee Brewers (50-42) at San Francisco Giants (47-43)
After dropping the first game of the series, the Giants have roared back to win the last two. San Francisco is coming off a 2-1 victory on Saturday, cashing as -135 home favorites. In this late afternoon series finale, Milwaukee starts righty Jason Alexander (2-1, 4.73 ERA) and San Francisco taps fellow righty Logan Webb (8-3, 2.82 ERA). This line opened with the Giants listed as a -160 home favorite and the Brewers a +145 road dog. Pros have laid the chalk with San Francisco, steaming the Giants up from -160 to -170. San Francisco has correlative betting value as a favorite in a low total game (8). The Giants lead the season series 3-1. Webb has a 1.80 ERA in three July starts. Alexander has a 7.71 ERA in two July starts.