Kansas City Royals: Enjoying first place in Central
Kansas City sits atop the AL Central with an overall record of 11-8, just one game ahead of the Tigers. They will host the Indians on Saturday in the series opener after the two teams were rained out on Friday. The Royals send Ervin Santana to the hill with a 2-1 record and an ERA of 2.48 so far in 2013.
Cleveland Indians: Just three back in the division
Cleveland comes into this game with a record of 8-11, which has them just three games back of the Royals in the division standings. The Indians send Scott Kazmir to the hill with no record and an ERA of 16.20. Despite being just three games out of first the Indians have struggled this season.
For tonight’s game between Cleveland and Kansas City, we find the line at Sportsinteraction.com. Kansas City is the favorite at home with a line of -1.5 (+125) and the Indians are underdogs at +1.5 (-145). We are going to bet on the host Royals at -1.5 (+125) on Saturday night from Kansas City.
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