Cinci / Milwaukee — We were right with the Brewers last night and I expect more runs to be scored in today's game. The prototypical get out of town games are always fun to watch. Both starters have sub-4.0 ERA on the year, but I think this could get past that.
Royals / W Sox — Love this game. KC has been terrible the last couple weeks, but do hit lefties not so bad. Chicago has gotten some great work from Quintana this season, but he hasn't gotten the most consistent run support at home. Then again, he has made several starts on the road — 12 of his 20 starts have been away from home. Against the Royals this year he has lost twice already, giving up nine earned runs in just over 13 innings of work. In those two losses he got a combined three runs of support. James Shields is the horse for KC and he's beaten the Sox this year, but allowed 10 hits in six innings of work. I like him to mow down the White Sox again in this instance. I think he will be the Bulldog in this game and I'd take the Royals bullpen over Chicago's if we needed them. I like KANSAS CITY to get this job done on the road for us.
Nats / Rockies — Nats rebounded from a bad start in Tuesday's game. Now they have the horse on the hill against a beaten down Colorado team. Big league teams love hitting fastballs and both of our starters can provide that. hard to believe the Rocks have lost 60 games already.
Tigers / Dbacks — Like Sanchez here, but not betting on the Tigers in the day game getting out of town. Will only look at this one with fandom.
San Fran / Philly — Bum is a big dog here? ESPN game. Burnett probably getting moved at the deadline. Could be a game for the Phils to win at home.
Dodgers / Pitts — Not sure I like either pitching matchup. Could potentially be a total play, especially with 38 runs scored in last night's game.
Red Sox / Blue Jays — Ole' Bucholz taking on the knuckler. Over.
Rangers / Yankees — I know YU has struggled with his terrible team this season at times, but where the hell are we going to get him at 20 cents against a team where he can strike out a bunch of guys? Like Texas here.
Marlins / Braves — Miami has taken the first two games in this series. Can they really win a series in Atlanta? That's tough to tell right now, but Miami has gotten two of their 19 road wins already in this series.
Ryas / Cards — Rays got to Wainwright and beat the Cards last night. Those dudes are HOT right now and it's tough to wager against them, I think. Donnu if we will back Lance Lynn, however.
Fathers / Cubs — Won with the Cubbies last night. This one might see us fade them as Ian Kennedy is looking to take the Chase Headley way out of San Diego.
Houston / Oakland — Houston beat the As in extra innings last night. Could it happen again? Possibly. Hard to envision laying that kinda juice with As coming off a loss, but might be the exact right time.
Orioles / Angels — Will I have a third straight losing ticket with the Angels? Crystal ball says I'm not sure right now.
Will browse these again tomorrow. Would love any input.