REMINDER: THE UMPIRE REPORT SHOULD ONLY BE A SMALL PART OF YOUR MLB HANDICAPPING PROCESS. NEVER BET SOLELY BASED ON ANY ONE TREND, STAT, ETC.
Rockies at Diamondbacks (John Tumpane): JT shows a solid OVER bias overall. The Over is 2-2 in his four career games behind the plate at Chase Field.
Phillies at Nationals (Kerwin Danley): Danley doesn’t really show an overall bias. So, it’s no surprise the O/U tally is an even-steven 7-7 in his 14 career games calling balls and strikes at Nationals Park.
Marlins at Cardinals (Tom Hallion): Hallion hasn’t shown an overall bias. The OVER is 5-3 in his eight career games behind the plate at Busch Stadium.
Giants at Dodgers (Dana DeMuth): DeMuth shows one of the strongest OVER biases of all MLB umpires. So, it make sense that the OVER is 11-6-1 in his 18 career games calling balls and strikes at Dodger Stadium, including 5-0-1 since 2014.
Indians at Rangers (Doug Eddings): Eddings shows the absolute strongest UNDER bias of all MLB umpires. The Under is 10-9 in his 19 career games behind the plate at Globe Life Park in Arlington.
Angels at Blue Jays (Tim Timmons): Timmons shows a solid UNDER bias overall. The Under is 11-5-1 in his 17 games calling balls and strikes at Rogers Centre, including 4-0-1 since 2015.
All other games today are the first games in their respective series. So, home plate umpires for those games will not be announced until shortly before game time.