Ok I think i have all the inconveniences of the move out the way. I lost the connection from the school for two days as i was waiting for my internet to be hooked up. Im proud to say now that i have my OWN INTERNET. LOL I had to miss yesterday because I wasn't able to leave they said they would be here between 8 and 5) and use internet eslewhere until they came to hook mine up, which didn't happen til 4pm. Now all that is behind me and I can finally relax. The last 2 days I did make plays I went 5-4 overall each day and hit both my 4 unit plays i made. Let's get another winning day tonight.
After 4 pm i won't be on much for the rest of the day. going to the fair. I will be taking laptop with me so will check in with my thread once or twice during the evening. I love the fair. LOL.
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San Francisco/ Pittsburgh Under 9: Google News Play. Looks like some quick money went to the Over, as this game opened at 8.5 and is now at 9. I see it the other way though. Barry Zito has struggled on the road, with a 4.23 ERA, but a lot of that damage was in his last 3 road starts vs the Angels, Milwaukee and Arizona. Two of those parks are high scoring parks, while the game vs the Angels was vs a very hot hitting LA team. Barry was very comfortable in his last 2 starts, which were at home in a big park. in those two starts he allowed just 1 ER in 13 innings of work. Pittsburgh would be considered a pitchers park this year as just 6.2 rpg have been scored in this park this year, so he should have a good outing here, plus we note that in 7 career starts vs the Pirates, Barry has not allowed more than 3 ER's in any of those starts. Erik Bedard has struggled mightily on the road but at home he has a 2.31 ERA in 7 starts, including an ERA of 1.42 in his last 3 home starts. Erik's home starts have averaged just 6.4 rpg, while 5 of Barry's 6 starts vs Pittsburgh failed to total more than 7 runs. Add it all up and we get a solid play on the Under in this one.
St. Louis/ Miami Under 9.5: I know when a couple of good offenses in this one, but I still feel that 9.5 is just too high. Ricky Nolasco has a 4.95 ERA on the road this year, but really that's the result of his last start at Boston, in which he allowed 9 ER's in 3.1 innings of work. Now let's throw that start out and we see that he hasn't allowed more than 4 ER's in any of his other 6 road starts, while compiling an ERA of 3.12 in those 6 starts. Ricky also comes in having allowed 3 ER's or less in 4 of his last 5 starts overall, so other than that Boston start he is pitching very well right, plus we note that he has faced St Louis twice in the last 2 years and has allowed just 2 ER's combined in the two starts. Jake Westbrook has been on a solid run of late, posting a 3.27 ERA in his last 5 starts. Jake does have a 4.98 ERA at home, but has allowed more than 4 ER's just once in his 8 home starts, plus in 5 career starts vs the Fish he has a 2.74 ERA, not allowing more than 3 ER's in any of those starts. The Marlins struggle offensively on the road at just 3.96 rpg and their task will be even more difficult tonight with Stanton out for the 2nd game in a row. The Cards do score 5.05 rpg at home, but the Fish allow just 4.26 rpg on the road, with their road games averaging just 8 rpg. I see a nice pitcher's duel in St Louis tonight.
New York Yankees -113 over BOSTON: Google News Play. I like the Bombers in this one. Cano is very hot right now and has had great success vs Beckett in his career. Josh is just 2-4 with a 3.69 ERA at home, while at night he has gone just 1-5 with a 4.65 ERA. He has a solid 3.43 ERA in his last 3 starts, but the Sox have put up just 1.3 rpg in those starts, so he has an 0-2 mark to show for his efforts oin his last 3 starts. The Sox do average 5.6 rpg at home, but they are off a 7 game trip, in which they scored just 14 runs total, and it will take them a game or two to get their timing back at home. Doesn't help the Sox offense that they are facing a hot Hiroki Kuroda, who has allowed 2 ER's or less in 6 of his last 7 starts, while posting an ERA of 1.65 over that stretch. Hiroki is hot and with Boston coming off a west coast trip I just don't expect their offense to do much damage vs him here. The Sox have good success at home vs lefties, but are just 10-21 in their last 31 home games vs a righty. Look for the AL East leading Yanks to move to 5-1 in their last 6 games at Fenway.
Texas/ Minnesota Over 10.5: Boy I have been waiting for Francisco Lirian to revert back to the form he was in, prior to being sent back down to the minors and he kinda did in his last start vs the Royals, in which he allowed 4 ER's in 5.1 innings of work. The Rangers did struggle offensively in their 3 games at the White Sox, but coming back home and facing a Minnesota team that has an ERA of 5.08 on the road should help jump start this offense. The Rangers score 5.6 rpg at home and the 6 games prior to the trip to Chicago they had averaged 6.5 rpg. Minnesota doesn't score well on the road (3.9 rpg), but the Rangers do allow 4.6 rpg at home. Martin perez had one start on the year and allowed just 2 ER's in 5.1 innings in that start, while he has allowed 4 ER's in just 0.2 innings out of the pen and he has a 1.83 WHIP in his 6 innings on the year. Minnesota should get their fair share of runs in this one, while an angry Rangers team should explode on Liriano. Look for 12 or 13 in this one.
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LA Dodgers/ Arizona Over 7.5 Google News Play
Cincinnati/ San Diego Over 7
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Seattle/ Oakland Under 7
TEXAS -150 over Minnesota
Three Power Angles For Today (0-1 -1.47 Units)
Texas is 22-2, Since July of 2011, as a favorite off a loss if it's in game 1 of a series. (7-2 this year) Play Texas -150 over Minnesota
The Giants are 20-3, since May of 2008, in game 1 of a series when they are off a loss in which they led after at least 2 innings and scored fewer than 6 runs in the game. Play on San Fran +136 over Pittsburgh
The Seattle Mariners are 5-20, since 2009, when their starter went less than 4 innings in his last start. Play On Oakland -156 over Seattle.
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Sorry JR. Fell through to move down there with my friend, plus I found a place to move into up here. Im looking to come down to wildwood during their fireman's convention. BOL to you today.
Thanks Bruno. BOL to you today.
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2011 MLB 3* 14-11 +7.89 units
2011 MLB 2* 25-19 +15 units
2011 MLB TOP PLAYS 39-30 +22.89 units
2011 NFL 3* 6-3 +8.1 units
2011 NFL TOP PLAYS 8-4 +9.9 units
2011/12 NFL PLAYOFFS 7-3-1 +6.7 units
2012 CBB A-10/CAA GAMES 32-18-1 +23.5 units
2012 CBB 65-50-2 +9.8 units
2012 MLB INTERLEAGUE 12-8 +8.86 units
2012 MLB 2* 42-32 +18.94 units
2012 MLB 72-64 +6.91 units
2012 CFB 3* 12-8-1 +9.6 units
2012 CFB 21-16-2 +8.1 units
2012 NFL 2* 9-5-1 +7 units
2012 ALL SPORTS 195-164-8 +13.61 units
2013 NBA 2* 34-25-1 +13 units
2013 NBA 57-51-4 +9.5 units
MLB 25-19 +17.91 units (APR +2)(MAY +17.61)
MLB INTERLEAGUE 1-2 -.55 units (MAY -.55)
PREGAME DOCUMENTED LONG TERM WINNING STREAK
7/6/12 THRU 2/16/13 (7 MONTHS PLUS) ALL SPORTS RUN 152-105 (59%)
2013 PREGAME FANTASY HOCKEY CHAMPION
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Good luck buddy and love the Texas and Pitt. totals!!!
2012 NFL 33-29 (+13.55 units)
2012 CFB 34-35 (+6.90 units)
2012-2013 CBB 271-220-16 (+71.10 units)
2012-2013 NBA 4-5-1 (-4.20 units)
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2012 MLB Season Reg Season: 270-234-1 (53.46%) (+36.09 units)
2011-12 College BBall Reg Season: 49-33-2 (58.33%) (+12.7 units)
2012 College BBall NCAA Tourney: 12-3 (80%) (+8.7 units)
2011-12 NBA Reg Season: 49-36-1 (56.97%) (+9.4 units)
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