Pirates vs Tigers Moneyline Prediction | MLB Model Pick Tuesday (May 28)

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Mark Canha #21 of the Detroit Tigers reacts with teammates Zach McKinstry #39, Riley Greene #31 and Jake Rogers #34. (Photo by Nic Antaya/Getty Images)

Pirates vs. Tigers MLB Odds

Tuesday, May 28
6:40pm ET
Pirates Odds
105o / -125u
Tigers Odds
105o / -125u
Odds via Caesars. Get up-to-the-minute MLB odds here.

Pirates vs. Tigers on Tuesday's MLB card isn't just another midseason, interleague clash — it's a match for a unique, 61% betting trend.

Interleague MLB games pit teams less familiar with each other than common, divisional opponents. Our 61%-winning angle is dialed in for Pirates vs. Tigers due to a variety of factors. And just this past weekend, the same MLB model nailed its pick.

On the betting front, the Tigers are marked as favorites with a moneyline of -160 and are expected to cover the spread at -1.5, with odds standing at +143. The Pirates are road underdogs, listed at +135 on the moneyline, positing a challenging yet potentially rewarding bet for the visitors.

Furthermore, the total for the game sits at 7 runs, with the under favored at -123, indicating possible expectations for a tight scoring game.

Let's dive into today's Pirates vs. Tigers moneyline prediction from our 61% MLB model when electric pitchers Jared Jones and Tarik Skubal square off in Detroit Tuesday.

MLB odds via Caesars Sportsbook, as of Tuesday, May 27

Pirates vs. Tigers Prediction Tuesday

Today's pick for Pirates vs. Tigers is courtesy of a betting trend 598-390 (61%) lifetime on MLB picks. And Tuesday's situational betting spot favors the