Angels Hope Wilson Regains Form Against Red Sox
Angels’ starting pitcher C.J. Wilson is winless in his last 11 starts, last winning a game on June 26. He last won a game at home on June 19. Wilson, despite his struggles lately, is still 9-9 this season. In his career against Boston, Wilson is 4-1 with a 2.39 ERA. Wilson and the Angels should knock off the Red Sox tonight at home for a second consecutive win in the series. Look for Mike Trout to stay hot as well. He hit is 25th homerun of the season last night in the win against Boston.
Zach Stewart to Make Red Sox Debut versus Angels
Stewart, acquired in the trade that sent infielder Kevin Youkilis to the Chicago White Sox, will make his debut with the Red Sox tonight. Stewart had a 6.00 ERA in 18 appearances with the White Sox in the Majors this season before the trade to Boston. In his brief career, Stewart is 0-1 with a 10.50 ERA against the Angels in just six innings pitched.
Online betting site Sportsbook.com has an interesting line for tonight’s game between the Red Sox and the Angels. With Wilson on the mound against an inexperienced pitcher, we will take the moneyline, which is -225 for Los Angeles.
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