MLB Home Plate Umpire Report for Sunday 6-23-2019

MLB home plate umpire report

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.

Marlins at Phillies (Mike Everitt): Everitt doesn’t really show an overall bias.  The Over is 11-9 in his 20 career games behind the plate at Citizens Bank Park, but the Under is 4-1 since 2015.

Braves at Nationals (Bill Miller): Miller shows a strong Under bias overall.  The Under is 7-5 in his 12 career games calling balls and strikes at Nationals Park, including 3-0 since 2015.

Padres at Pirates (Mike Winters): Winters shows a slight Over bias overall.  The Over is 3-1 in his four games behind the plate at PNC Park since 2018, but the Under is 13-10-1 in his 24 career games behind the plate there.

Reds at Brewers (Cory Blaser): Blaser shows a strong Under bias overall.  The Under cashed in his only career game calling balls and strikes at Miller Park.

Mets at Cubs (Daniel Bellino): Bellino shows a decent Under bias overall.  This is Bellino’s first-ever game behind the plate at Wrigley Field.

Rockies at Dodgers (Paul Emmel): Emmel shows a strong Over bias overall.  However, the Under is 11-6 in his 17 career games calling balls and strikes at Dodger Stadium, including 8-2 since 2008.

Giants at Diamondbacks (Ramon De Jesus): De Jesus shows a slight Over bias overall.  But, the Under is 2-0 in his only two career games behind the plate at Chase Field.

Blue Jays at Red Sox (Phil Cuzzi): Cuzzi shows a strong Under bias overall.  However, the Over is 10-6 in his 16 career games calling balls and strikes at Fenway Park, including 4-1 since 2012.

Tigers at Indians (Adrian Johnson): AJ doesn’t show any significant bias overall.  But, the Over is 8-5 in his 13 career games behind the plate at Progressive Field, including  a perfect 5-0 since 2014.

Astros at Yankees (Sean Barber): Barber shows a slight Under bias overall.  The Under is 1-1 in his two career games calling balls and strikes at Yankee Stadium, including an Under that cashed earlier this season.

Twins at Royals (Tom Woodring): Woodring shows a strong Over bias overall, but the Under cashed in his only career game behind the plate at Kauffman Stadium.

White Sox at Rangers (Carlos Torres): Torres a very small Over bias overall.  The Over is 4-1 in his five career games calling balls and strikes at Globe Life Park in Arlington.

Rays at Athletics (Jim Reynolds): Reynolds shows a very slight Under bias overall.  However, the Over is 8-3-2 in his 13 career games behind the plate at Oakland Coliseum.

Orioles at Mariners (Chris Segal): Segal shows a decent Under bias overall.  But, the Over is 4-3 in his seven career games calling balls and strikes at T-Mobile Park, including 3-1 since 2017.

Angels at Cardinals (Angel Hernandez): Hernandez shows a solid Under bias overall, and the Under is 2-1 in his last three behind the plate at Busch Stadium.  But, the Over is 7-4-1 in his 12 career games calling balls and strikes there.

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Dwayne Bryant

Dwayne Bryant

Dwayne Bryant is the owner & handicapper of DBpicks.com. Dwayne provides members with sports betting tips (aka "picks" or "plays") in NFL, college football, NBA, NCAA basketball, and MLB.

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