MLB Selection For Monday
S.F.Giants (-165) Risk $1650.00 To Win $1000.00 - RICHARD / VOGELSONG BOTH MUST START
Line at 5 Dimes
N.Y. Yankees (-155) Risk $1550.00 To Win $1000.00 - KURODA / MILLWOOD BOTH MUST START
Go $$ Harry !!!
Think we got a couple WW's here Gordon seems to think so also! Lets get that money buddy
Thank you Prof! Yankees losing in 12 innings made a tremendous difference in Sunday's net figure! We will get 'em Monday!
damon812- Thank you for the reply. Don't make any plans to "jump ship" yet! At the end of this long season, the bookmakers will be like General George Custer. We will be like the Indians.
Hang in there damon, if it were not for bad luck Sunday, we would have won every game! We were involved in three 12 inning games. Soriano gave up a solo home run, in extra innings, that tied the score and cost the Yankeesa game. Sabathia pitched a great game and Soriano ruined it with one pitch That was a tad over a $2500.00 turnaround in my figure. "The same things that make you laugh can make you cry"! Good luck my friend!
Good luck to all Monday!
**** Congrats to the late Ron Santo and his family. Once again, the heartless press and baseball sportswriters, show their true colors, by waiting until after Ron Santo's death, before voting him into Baseball's Hall of Fame. Ron who was the Cub's Radio announcer for years before his death, loved baseball as much or more than any Hall of Famer I ever heard. Ron was cofined in the end, to a wheel chair, yet fought bitterly in pain, to make his way up to the Cub's pressbox to announce the Cub games. "Mr. Cub" as he was affectionately known, never really complained about the mystery of why the voters did not see to it that he was inducted before his death. Of course Ron would never admit that, but those of us who watched him play, then coach, and remain a Cub until the end, all know what being inducted alive would have meant to him. Shame on you who voted "no", every chance you had, until Ron died. Here is a man who could not spell steroid, or bet on or against anyone in MLB, yet the heartless voters, chose to vote others into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, who should have been inducted long after Ron Santo. Ron worked tirelessly to do his part to fight diabetes, the disease that took his life. If I did not know any better, I would think that in some way, Ron Santo's having to wait until he died, before he was voted into baseball's Hall of Fame, was due in part to the voters who act like the NCAA. That would be something that, if they could, would love to stick their noses into, not voting for Ron Santo, until after his death. It will be interesting to see, just how strong, the sanctions will be against Penn St., because of what several men did wrong. To punish Penn St., with a penalty, that perhaps may be the death penalty, or something close to it, is wrong. Any sanctions the NCAA hands down against Penn St., no matter what it is, simply is too much. In fact, what advantage, did what this "monster assistant coach" did, to innocent children, do to give Penn St. any advantage of any kind? NONE! Any punishment only hurts kids who probably can't spell that assistant coach's name, muchless give Penn St. one single speck of a advantage over anyone in college football at Penn St.? Stay out of this NCAA.! You have enough trouble handling the issues you are supposed to be handling.
MLB LATE SELECTION FOR MONDAY
Boston Red Sox / Texas Rangers OVER 10 (-125) RISK $1250.00 To Win $1000.00 - Listed Pitchers Must Both Start