Chicago Cubs versus LA Angels Major League Baseball Betting Preview

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The Chicago Cubs will travel out west to open up an interleague series against the slumping LA Angels from Major League Baseball action Tuesday June 4th. The Cubs and Angels will get things started from Anaheim Stadium at 10PM Eastern Time and WGN TV provides the live broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home team LA Angels favored by -200 odds with the take back on the road underdog Chicago Cubs at +170 odds. The over under line is set at 7 ½ runs. Bettors who choose to lay the -1 ½ runs with the LA Angels will receive a return of +170 odds for their run line wager. Bettors who choose to take the +1 ½ run head start with the Chicago Cubs will have to lay -130 odds for their run line bet.

It has been another down season for this underachieving LA Angels squad. They could be sitting at their lowest point of the season as the open up a series with the Cubs at 25-33 on the season. The Angels were just swept in a four game series at home against the last place Houston Astros and many media members and fans of the LA Angels expected to wake up in the morning to news of manager Mike Scioscia getting fired. Angels owner has recently backed up his manager claiming there was a 0% chance of firing the skipper of his team. Many point to the poor decisions made by rookie general manager Jerry Dipoto who assembled a very poor starting and relief pitching corps. The Angels offense has been average but the pitching ranks 23rd in ERA and 26th and fifth last in all of baseball in WHIP. The Cubs enter the series with a fourth place record of 23-32 on this young season. The Chicago Cubs struggles have come at the plate as they rank in the lower third of Major League Baseball in team batting average at .246 on the current campaign. Tuesday’s starters will be Scott Feldman for the Cubs opposing the Angels ace Jered Weaver.

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