Run Line has value here at (+100). The Dodgers are tough at home, winning 26 of 33 and I like Rich Hill, who has allowed just two earned runs in his last 17 innings. Two good offenses going at it but I think the unders are also worth a look. LA wins 5-2 type of game.70%
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Love the Dodgers here at home. Hendricks has been stellar for the cubs this year but he is susceptible on the road. Kyle Hendricks also owns a poor 5.16 career ERA against the Dodgers which I think spells trouble for him. The Dodgers are also one of the best teams at home. And they showed last night even when they get down early then can strike at any moment and put up a bunch of runs. We also note that Dodgers starter Rich Hill is locked in, limiting his opposition to only five runs in his last 24 innings spread across four starts, and he shut down strong lineups in the Rays, Mets and Phillies in that span. Take the dodgers to get another win at home here50%
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Betting Prediction for Chicago Cubs vs Los Angeles Dodgers on June 14, 2019, 10:10 PM ET
Free Betting Prediction: Chi Cubs will Win and the Total will Push .
The Chicago Cubs will be looking to rebound from a 7-3 setback in their series-opening game against the Los Angeles Dodgers when the NL teams play the second of a four-game set tonight in California.Cubs vs Dodgers Game Center. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2KhVsEY
Bleed Cubbie Blue: Dodgers 7, Cubs 3: Getting off on the wrong foot
You had to be all ready to watch the first pitch of the Cubs vs. Dodgers game Thursday evening or you would have missed this [VIDEO].
Kyle Schwarber hit Clayton Kershaw's first pitch of the game a very long way for his 15th home run of the season (and fourth in his last eight games, during which he is hitting .303/.333/.758). Check out the launch angle and height on that one:
#Cubs 1 @ #Dodgers 0 [T1-0o]:
Kyle Schwarber homers (15): fly ball to CF (solo)
Cubs Insider: Chicago Cubs Score and Recap (6/13/19): Cubs 3, Dodgers 7 -- Bellinger and Kershaw Too Much for Cubs to Overcome
Kyle Schwarber started this one off in an extremely auspicious way, hitting the first ball of the game into the seats in centerfield to put the Cubs (38-30) up 1-0 over the Dodgers (46-23). Alas, it was not to be, as a Kris Bryant home run and Wilson Contreras single weren't enough to overcome three 2-run blasts from the Dodger bats off Jon Lester. Oh, and by the way- that one pitcher who plays for the Dodgers, Clayton Kershaw, settled in and went 6 innings, only giving up the three early runs.
As noted above, Schwarber started things off right in this one, taking the left-handed Kershaw deep on his first pitch of the game before production could even muster some graphics up on the screen .