ANALYSIS: The Dodgers have won 15 of Tyler Anderson's last 17 starts, with all but one of these wins coming by two or more runs. Anderson has a 2.30 ERA and 0.86 WHIP at Dodger Stadium, and he'll be up against a Marlins offense that greatly struggles against left-handed pitching. Miami is also going with a lefty, Jesus Luzardo. Luzardo has a 3.72 ERA, and the Marlins are 3-6 in his starts. I think Luzardo could be a formidable opponent, but I'd rather back the Dodgers and Tyler Anderson on the run line at a modest -125.