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MLB, Wednesday, WINNER WINNER PEACOCK FOR DINNER!

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stanislaus
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Sweet revenge tonight after the agony of defeat last night, will be the Best Bet of the Day for me tonight, when the Oakland A's "blow the feathers" off Astro starting pitcher Peacock and the team who lost 100 games three seasons in a row. Last night the A's left so many men on base I stopped counting after 10 innings. The "grease ball Astros" won't be so lucky tonight. The money line is total insanity tonight, as was last night's line, that why last night was no play regardless. I would have taken the run line last night with the A's but Kazmir, had too many question marks coming off a injury well before his nice performance in the All Star game. Kazmir's short, but good performance in the All Star Game, went unmentioned as it was going on during the long, in game interview, of Derek Jeter. Tonight we have the table set with no excuse, to bring the Astros back down to earth where they belong.

TAKE  OAKLAND  -1 1/2  RUNS (-120)  - Chavez and Peacock both must go!

pieman
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Beat the bird tonight Stan !

stanislaus
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BTW, tonight we go for our 5th win in a row!

ProfessorDonkey
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Stay RED HOT, Stan.  !!!  $$$

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Lets begg for another winner.  BOL

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SHEESH.......!!!

MANY THOU$AND$ of other unsuspecting, honest, conscientious, & affable consumers/customers, got the  proverbial SHAFT (no lube....; o)

As I mentioned earlier, NO WAY was that POWERFUL INDUSTRY going to "allow" the A's to win last night.  I'll take a look-see to see how significantly their all-important BOTTOM LINE would have been impacted had Oak won....Now, of course I am not privy to the EXACT #'s; however,  (imo) beyond a shadow of a doubt, I firmly believe not EVERYTHING is above board..... ; o)

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don't under estimate the Astros.  that's all im saying.  I like the over in this game, but wouldn't be surprised and have half a unit on Astros moneyline.  teams like this were great to me over the last two years.  Heavy heavy dogs every game it seemed.....they only had to win one in five to pay for the week.  good luck on your play today

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stanislaus
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Thank you Professor! Your replies are not only colorful and innovative but they make sense! :)

stanislaus
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incredneck85, I never underestimate any team, in any professional sport. Thats why I did not go against the Astros last night, or on them. Not when I can take the Astros at that huge price another time and not have to guess if a good pitcher like Kazmir was 100%. But I am also realistic, and am well aware IMO, I can't get sucked into a theory that taking any team as a large dog every time, like the Astros, is going to show a profit over any period of time. Its like anything else, picking your spots based on realistic probabilities, example being as mentioned above, Kazmir until proven 100% healthy, is simply a game one must pass on. To take the Astros last night, was a great example of really guessing considering all the facts. Thank you for your thoughts and like anything else, always do what works best for you. Good luck!

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BOL this week stan!

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