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    Preview: Blue Jays at Red Sox

    GAME: Toronto Blue Jays (6-7) at Boston Red Sox (6-5)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 11:05 AM EST
    WHERE: Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts

    The Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays have spent the weekend slowly adjusting their bodies in advance of the earliest start time they’ll have all season. The Red Sox will host the Blue Jays on Monday in the finale of a four-game series and the annual 11:05 start time Patriots’ Day game.

    The series started at 7:10 on Friday, went to 4:05 for Saturday and up to 1:35 on Sunday, making the jump to 11:05 less jarring than having to play a Sunday night game before the Monday start as Boston has done in the past. The Red Sox got stellar starting pitching in taking the first two games of the series but watched knuckleballer Steven Wright get knocked around in Sunday’s 5-3 loss. The Blue Jays managed a total of nine hits in the first two games but pounded out 14 on Sunday and got at least one hit from each starter. Leadoff hitter Kevin Pillar was dropped to ninth in order in the win and busted out of a slump with three hits.

    TV: 11:05 a.m. ET, MLB Network, Sportsnet (Toronto), NESN (Boston)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Blue Jays LH J.A. Happ (1-0, 2.25 ERA) vs. Red Sox RH Clay Buchholz (0-1, 10.00)

    Happ is in his second stint with Toronto and is thriving so far with a total of three runs allowed in 12 innings. The 33-year-old settled for a no decision in his first start but earned a win over the New York Yankees on Wednesday by surrendering one run on seven hits and three walks in six innings. Happ is 3-3 with a 4.15 ERA in 10 career games – nine starts – against the Red Sox.

    Buchholz is hoping to be the latest Boston starter to thrive under the guidance of catcher Christian Vazquez after struggling through his first two starts with recently demoted Blake Swihart behind the plate. Buchholz was rocked for five runs in four innings in his first start at Cleveland and made it one inning longer against Baltimore on Tuesday while still yielding five runs. The Texas native is 13-9 with a 3.40 ERA in 28 career games – 27 starts – against the Blue Jays.


    1. Red Sox 3B Pablo Sandoval is expected to meet with Dr. James Andrews about his injured left shoulder on Monday.

    2. Toronto SS Troy Tulowitzki is 6-for-47 with 17 strikeouts on the season.

    3. Boston LHP Eduardo Rodriguez (knee) is scheduled to throw 60-70 pitches in a simulated game on Monday.

    PREDICTION: Blue Jays 6, Red Sox 2


    Preview: Mets at Phillies

    GAME: New York Mets (5-6) at Philadelphia Phillies (6-7)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 7:05 PM EST
    WHERE: Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    After dominating the Phillies last season, Noah Syndergaard takes aim at Philadelphia again Monday when his New York Mets visit for the first of three games. Syndergaard not only owned the Phillies in 2015 but has been New York’s best starter to this point in the current campaign.

    Syndergaard started twice against Philadelphia last year, posting a 1.46 ERA with a 15-to-2 strikeout-to-walk ratio in two victories. He has a 0.69 ERA to start this season and will be looking to lead New York to its fourth win in five games following the team’s successful weekend series against Cleveland. The Phillies dropped two straight against the Nationals over the weekend before avoiding a sweep with a 3-2 comeback victory on Sunday. Philadelphia will turn to Jerad Eickhoff, who allowed three runs (two earned) in five innings against New York on April 8.

    TV: 7:05 p.m. ET, SNY (New York), TCN (Philadelphia)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Mets RH Noah Syndergaard (1-0, 0.69 ERA) vs. Phillies RH Jerad Eickhoff (1-1, 1.50)

    Syndergaard’s two starts against the Phillies last season were highlighted by a 7 1/3-inning scoreless performance on May 27. Freddy Galvis and Ryan Howard homered against him in 2015, but Odubel Herrera was 0-for-6 and Cesar Hernandez was 0-for-3 with two strikeouts. Syndergaard has begun 2016 by holding Kansas City and Miami to a combined one run in 13 innings with 21 strikeouts and only two walks.

    Eickhoff bounced back nicely from his decent start against the Mets by holding the Padres to four hits over seven scoreless innings. He struck out nine without a walk in that performance and continued to shine against right-handed batters, who are 3-for-23 against him this season. New York certainly is getting familiar with Eickhoff, who has made 10 career starts – four against the Mets – and is 1-3 in those outings despite a respectable 2.88 ERA.


    1. The Phillies have scored three runs or fewer in 11 of their 13 games, including seven straight.

    2. Philadelphia won two of three at New York from April 8-10 with Jacob deGrom outdueling Eickhoff in the Mets’ only victory.

    3. Mets OF Michael Conforto went 5-for-12 with three doubles and a home run in the series at Cleveland.

    PREDICTION: Mets 5, Phillies 3


    Preview: Rockies at Reds

    GAME: Colorado Rockies (7-5) at Cincinnati Reds (6-6)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 7:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati, Ohio

    Nolan Arenado is doing his usual thing for the Colorado Rockies, but it was the stellar efforts of their starting pitchers that allowed the club to open a six-game road trip with a surprising series win over the Chicago Cubs. The Rockies aim to continue that success over the final leg of their journey as they open a three-game set against the Cincinnati Reds on Monday.

    Colorado won for the fourth time in its last five tries Sunday behind Arenado’s second two-homer performance of the week, although Tyler Chatwood also played a starring role by blanking the Cubs over seven frames in a 2-0 victory against the early favorite to win the National League. Chad Bettis was every bit as good in the opener against Chicago, tossing six scoreless innings in a 6-1 win on Friday. The Reds are spinning their tires in the mud after a strong start and fell to 1-5 on the road following Sunday’s 4-3 setback in St. Louis. They’ll return home in an attempt to recapture the magic they enjoyed to begin the season at Great American Ball Park, where they won five of six against Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.

    TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, ROOT (Colorado), FSN Ohio (Cincinnati)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Rockies RH Jordan Lyles (0-1, 11.25 ERA) vs. Reds RH Dan Straily (0-0, 3.24)

    Lyles will be happy to leave Colorado after two disappointing starts at home, including a no-decision in Wednesday’s 10-6 victory over San Francisco in which he gave up five runs on six hits and two walks over 4 2/3 innings. The outing was a slight improvement for the 25-year-old South Carolina native, who permitted five runs on seven hits and three walks in 3 1/3 frames five days earlier versus San Diego. Lyles has enjoyed better luck in seven appearances (six starts) against the Reds, going 3-1 despite posting a 5.77 ERA.

    With Alfredo Simon getting pushed back a day, Straily will get the first shot at replacing Tim Melville in the rotation as he makes his first start since Aug. 4 while with Houston. The 27-year-old, who was claimed off waivers from the Padres at the beginning of the month, has held his own in three long-relief appearances, allowing totals of three hits and four walks over 8 1/3 innings. Straily is limiting opponents to a .107 batting average as he faces Colorado for the first time in his career.


    1. The Rockies have won 12 of the last 19 meetings between the clubs after going 1-5 in the 2012 season series.

    2. Cincinnati CF Billy Hamilton is expected to return to the starting lineup Monday after sitting out Saturday and logging a late at-bat in Sunday’s loss.

    3. Colorado’s starting pitchers have posted a 2.08 ERA over the last four games.

    PREDICTION: Reds 7, Rockies 6


    Preview: Nationals at Marlins

    GAME: Washington Nationals (9-2) at Miami Marlins (3-7)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 7:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Marlins Park, Miami, Florida

    The Miami Marlins have yet to win at home this season and turn to ace Jose Fernandez to try and stop the trend Monday as they host the first-place Washington Nationals in the opener of a four-game series. The Marlins were swept by the Atlanta Braves over the weekend after a 6-5 loss in 10 innings Sunday, and fell to 0-5 at Marlins Park.

    Miami has won three of five on the road, including a two-game split at Washington, but has allowed 33 runs in five contests at home. Fernandez is 17-1 with a 1.61 ERA in his career at home and will go head to head against reigning National League MVP Bryce Harper, who has homered in a career-high four consecutive games and recorded 10 RBIs in that span. Harper’s solo blast put Washington up in the 10th inning Sunday before Jonathan Papelbon blew the save in a 3-2 loss to Philadelphia that ended a seven-game winning streak and dropped the Nationals to 5-1 on the road. Harper is batting .325 with 17 homers in 67 career games against the Marlins.

    TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, MASN (Washington), FSN Florida (Miami)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Nationals RH Tanner Roark (1-1, 2.45 ERA) vs. Marlins RH Jose Fernandez (0-1, 5.06)

    Roark rebounded from a rough outing in his season debut to pitch seven scoreless innings, allowing four hits, against Atlanta to earn the win last Wednesday. The 29-year-old struggled on the road (2-6) and against the Marlins (0-3, 5.79 ERA) last season when he made 12 starts and 28 relief appearances. Martin Prado is 6-for-12 with a homer versus Roark, who is 2-5 overall in his career against Miami.

    Fernandez registered a better performance last time out, but three walks pushed his pitch count up and he was only able to complete five innings while permitting one run on three hits. The 23-year-old Cuban lost for the first time at Marlins Park in his season opener against Detroit. Harper is 3-for-10 with four walks against Fernandez, who went 2-0 with a 1.62 ERA in three starts versus the Nationals last year.


    1. Washington 2B Daniel Murphy is 14-for-30 during a nine-game hitting streak and has 107 hits in 101 career games versus Miami.

    2. Miami RF Giancarlo Stanton is 2-for-18 with eight strikeouts in the last five games, but went 3-for-9 with an RBI in the series at Washington.

    3. The Nationals lead the majors in ERA (2.06) and the four starters scheduled to pitch in the series are a combined 7-1.

    PREDICTION: Marlins 6, Nationals 1


    Preview: Cubs at Cardinals

    GAME: Chicago Cubs (9-3) at St. Louis Cardinals (7-5)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 8:09 PM EST
    WHERE: Busch Stadium, St. Louis, Missouri

    Emotions always run high in St. Louis when the Chicago Cubs come to town, but they might be cranked up another notch when John Lackey and Jason Heyward return to face their former team Monday. Lackey gets the start on the mound and Heyward likely will be in the lineup for the Cubs when they open a three-game series against the arch-rival Cardinals.

    Chicago is coming off its first series loss of the season after dropping two of three to visiting Colorado over the weekend, and the Cubs’ potent lineup sputtered in the two losses. The Cubs are among the highest-scoring teams in the majors, but they were held to three hits in a 2-0 defeat in Sunday’s series finale after losing the series opener 6-1. The Cardinals boast the highest-scoring lineup in the majors and have hit double digits in runs four times already this season, but they did just enough with the bats in a 4-3 win in the rubber match of a three-game set with Cincinnati on Sunday. Eight different players hit homers for St. Louis in the series, and the Cardinals have belted 12 homers in the past four games.

    TV: 8:09 p.m. ET, ESPN, WPWR (Chicago), FSN Midwest (St. Louis)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Cubs RH John Lackey (2-0, 5.68 ERA) vs. Cardinals RH Mike Leake (0-1, 6.97)

    Lackey posted the best ERA of his career in a Cardinals uniform last season before bolting to Chicago in free agency. Lackey has won his first two starts for the Cubs, and after being hit hard in a 14-6 win in his debut, he held the Reds to two runs over 6 2/3 innings with seven strikeouts last time out. Lackey has never faced the Cardinals, but he was 11-4 with a 2.03 ERA at Busch Stadium over the past two seasons.

    Leake has not impressed in his first two outings for the Cardinals, allowing four runs in each. He didn’t make it out of the fifth inning in his St. Louis debut but was more effective Wednesday against Milwaukee, striking out six over six innings. The longtime Reds pitcher has fared well in 19 starts against the Cubs, going 9-2 with a 3.15 ERA and winning his last five decisions against Chicago dating back to 2012.


    1. Heyward snapped an 0-for-11 skid with a double in the ninth inning Sunday and is hitting .205.

    2. St. Louis C Eric Fryer is 6-for-6 to begin his tenure with the Cardinals.

    3. The Cardinals have made 14 errors, tied with Cincinnati for the most in the majors.

    PREDICTION: Cardinals 5, Cubs 4


    Preview: Angels at White Sox

    GAME: Los Angeles Angels (5-7) at Chicago White Sox (8-4)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 8:10 PM EST
    WHERE: U.S. Cellular Field, Chicago, Illinois

    The Los Angeles Angels look to bounce back from a disastrous weekend in Minnesota as they continue their 10-game road trip with the opener of a four-game series against the Chicago White Sox on Monday. The Angels began their trek in fine fashion as they swept a three-game set in Oakland to extend their overall winning streak to four before having the tables turned on them by the woeful Twins, who entered the matchup with an 0-9 record.

    Los Angeles dropped a 3-2 decision in 12 innings Sunday after grabbing a 2-0 lead thanks to Albert Pujols, who belted his 562nd career homer in the first inning to pull within one of Reggie Jackson for 13th place on the all-time list — he also is one double away from tying Rafael Palmeiro (586) for 18th in major league history. Chicago returns home from a six-game road trip during which it dropped the last two contests after winning the first four — including three in Minnesota. The White Sox struggled to score at Tampa Bay, pushing a total of five runs across the plate in losing two of three, and have produced fewer than four in each of their last five contests overall. Adam Eaton hasn’t driven in a run since the season opener at Oakland but has hit safely in nine of his 11 games — recording six multi-hit performances along the way.

    TV: 8:10 p.m. ET, FSN West (Los Angeles), CSN Chicago

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Angels LH Hector Santiago (0-0, 3.95 ERA) vs. White Sox LH Carlos Rodon (1-1, 1.38)

    Santiago is coming off his second no-decision in as many starts this season, a 7 2/3-inning performance at Oakland in which he allowed four runs and seven hits. It was the longest outing as an Angel for the 28-year-old native of Newark, New Jersey, who has started 58 of his 65 games with the team since the start of 2014. Santiago, who spent the first three years of his career with Chicago, lost his only turn against his former team — a setback at U.S. Cellular Field on Aug. 11 in which he yielded three runs and four hits over 5 1/3 frames.

    Rodon issued five walks at Minnesota on Wednesday but gave up only three hits in six scoreless innings to notch the victory. The 23-year-old from Miami also pitched well in his season debut, yielding just two runs over seven frames at Oakland, but was tagged with the loss as he received one run of support. Rodon was strong in two starts against the Angels as a rookie last season, going 1-1 with one complete game, a 1.20 ERA and a 0.80 WHIP while striking out 16 in 15 innings.


    1. White Sox 3B Todd Frazier struck out four times Sunday — one fewer that his total in the previous four games.

    2. Los Angeles RF Kole Calhoun has recorded at least one hit in 10 of his 12 games this season.

    3. Chicago 2B Brett Lawrie is riding a seven-game hitting streak (11-for-28) after going 2-for-4 on Sunday.

    PREDICTION: White Sox 4, Angels 2


    Preview: Brewers at Twins

    GAME: Milwaukee Brewers (5-7) at Minnesota Twins (3-9)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 8:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Target Field, Minneapolis, Minnesota

    The Minnesota Twins couldn’t seem to do anything right when it mattered during their worst start in over 100 years, but manager Paul Molitor likes what he sees after his club notched a trio of comeback wins over the weekend. The Twins eye a fourth straight victory since beginning the season 0-9 on Monday, when they host the Milwaukee Brewers in the opener of a four-game, home-and-home interleague series.

    Minnesota totaled 14 runs and was 5-for-66 with runners in scoring position during its season-opening nine-game slide – the franchise’s first such skid since the 1904 Washington Senators opened 0-13-1 in its fourth year of existence. The Twins, who scored nine of their 14 runs during the series after the fifth inning, completed a sweep of the Los Angeles Angels with a 3-2, 12-inning victory on Sunday but lost the red-hot Trevor Plouffe to a right intercostal strain late in the game. “To endure that first stretch and respond this way is a good sign – 0-9 is a pretty big hole, so you don’t want to get too giddy,” Molitor told reporters. “But you’ll take bunching some wins here in response to that 0-9.” Milwaukee has dropped four of six to fall to 5-7, but it is 4-1 in games started by Jimmy Nelson and Chase Anderson – the latter of which will take the mound in the opener.

    TV: 8:10 p.m. ET, FSN Wisconsin (Milwaukee), FSN North Plus (Minnesota)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Brewers RH Chase Anderson (1-0, 0.00 ERA) vs. Twins RH Phil Hughes (0-2, 4.38)

    After two mostly mediocre seasons with Arizona, Anderson has been a pleasant surprise so far for Milwaukee, as he has yet to surrender an earned run through 11 innings. The Oklahoma alum was charged with three unearned runs on four hits and a pair of walks in a no-decision at St. Louis on Wednesday, which followed five scoreless frames versus Houston five days earlier. Anderson never has faced Minnesota but is 3-1 with a 2.68 ERA in seven career interleague starts.

    Hughes recorded a quality start in each of his first two outings and has yet to issue a walk but hasn’t received much help from his offense. The 29-year-old suffered his second loss in as many turns with Wednesday’s 3-0 setback against the Chicago White Sox despite allowing three runs and striking out seven in 6 1/3 innings. Hughes will draw Milwaukee for the first time in his career, eyeing his seventh straight win in as many starts against a National League opponent.


    1. With his two singles Sunday, Minnesota 1B Joe Mauer tied Hall-of-Famer Harmon Killebrew for fifth place on the franchise list with 1,173 hits.

    2. Milwaukee 2B Scooter Gennett has drawn a team-high nine walks in 47 plate appearances in 2016 after recording 12 in 391 plate appearances last season.

    3. Plouffe has been listed as day-to-day, but the Twins plan on letting him rest for a few days before deciding whether or not he needs a stint on the disabled list.

    PREDICTION: Brewers 3, Twins 2


    Preview: Diamondbacks at Giants

    GAME: Arizona Diamondbacks (5-8) at San Francisco Giants (7-6)
    DATE/TIME: Monday, April 18 – 10:15 PM EST
    WHERE: AT&T Park, San Francisco, California

    The San Francisco Giants begin a 10-game homestand Monday against the Arizona Diamondbacks hoping to get untracked after their offense disappeared at times during the past week. The Giants will be happy to leave their 2-4 road trip to Colorado and Los Angeles in the rearview mirror, while Arizona starts the four-game series on a high note after taking two of three against San Diego.

    The Diamondbacks received a power boost in Sunday’s 7-3 win over the Padres as outfielder Yasmany Tomas homered twice and drove in three runs. Tomas performed under expectations while hitting .273 with nine home runs as a rookie last season but has worked closely with batting coach Dave Magadan and went 6-for-10 in his last two games. San Francisco boasts one of the deepest lineups in the majors but saw several starters struggle during their road trip, including catcher Buster Posey, who has one hit in his last 19 at-bats. Center fielder Denard Span is batting .224 from the leadoff spot while third baseman Matt Duffy is mired in a 4-for-34 slump and hit into his fourth double play of the season during Sunday’s 3-1 loss to the Dodgers.

    TV: 10:15 p.m. ET, FSN Arizona, CSN Bay Area (San Francisco)

    PITCHING MATCHUP: Diamondbacks RH Archie Bradley (2015: 2-3, 5.80 ERA) vs. Giants RH Jake Peavy (0-1, 10.00)

    Bradley is making his season debut in place of Rubby De La Rosa, whose start was pushed back after he threw 15 pitches in relief during Saturday’s 5-3, 14-inning loss to San Diego. The 23-year-old was 1-1 with a 4.05 ERA, nine strikeouts and five walks in his first two starts covering 6 2/3 innings with Triple-A Reno. Bradley, who was the seventh overall pick in the 2011 draft, faced the Giants in his second career start April 16, 2015, and received a no-decision after yielding two runs over 6 2/3 innings.

    Peavy is seeking his first quality start after allowing a total of 10 runs over his first two games covering nine innings. The three-time All-Star allowed 10 extra-base hits and lasted just four innings Wednesday at Colorado but has a good chance to bounce back against a team that he has had success against the past few years. Chris Owings is 4-for-10 against the 34-year-old, who is 5-1 with a 3.38 ERA in his last six starts against the Diamondbacks.


    1. Arizona RHP Shelby Miller left Saturday’s game against San Diego early because of a finger injury but is expected to make his next scheduled start Thursday against the Giants.

    2. The Giants have scored just four first-inning runs in their first 13 games.

    3. Arizona recalled RHP Evan Marshall along with Bradley and optioned RHPs Jake Barrett and Matt Buschmann to Triple-A Reno.

    PREDICTION: Giants 7, Diamondbacks 5


    National League games

    Mets @ Phillies
    Syndergaard is 3-0, 1.82 in his last four starts (under.3-1).

    Eickhoff is 3-1, 1.35 in his last six starts; under is 5-3 in his last eight.

    Mets won three of their last four games. Phillies won four of their last six games; under is 5-2 in their home games. Philly is 0-4 in series openers.

    Nationals @ Marlins
    Roark is 1-2, 2.28 in his last four starts (under 3-1).

    Fernandez is 0-2, 4.32 in his last three starts; three of his last four at home went over.

    Washington won seven of its last eight games; three of their last four games got over the total. Miami lost its last four games; they’re 0-5 at home, with all five games going over the total.

    Rockies @ Reds
    Lyles is 0-5, 8.91 in his last eight starts; three of his last four went over.

    Straily is making first start for Reds; he’s 0-1, 6.46 in his last three starts. Straily is 13-13 in 45 career major league starts (27 of 45 were in 2013).

    Colorado won four of its last five games; three of its last four road games stayed under total. Cincinnati is 1-5 on road; five of the six games went over the total. .

    Cubs @ Cardinals
    Ex-Cardinal Lackey is 3-0, 4.70 in his last four starts; his last three went over.

    Leake is 1-3, 4.76 in his last five starts; under is 5-3 in his last eight starts.

    Cubs won six of their last eight games; five of their last seven games went over total. St Louis won seven of its last nine games (over 7-2). .

    Diamondbacks @ Giants
    Bradley is making first ’16 start (De la Rosa pitched in relief in 14th inning Saturday night in San Diego); Bradley is 1-3, 10.91 in his last four starts, last of which was back on June 1, 2015.

    Peavy is 0-1, 10.00 in two starts this month; five of his last seven starts went over.

    Arizona is 4-7 in its last 11 games; they’re 0-4 in game following a win. Under is 6-3 in their last nine games. Giants lost four of their last five games (over 3-1-1).

    American League games

    Blue Jays @ Red Sox
    Happ is 3-0, 1.84 in his last five starts; five of his last six stayed under.

    Buchholz is 0-2, 9.49 in his last three starts; both his starts this month went over.

    Toronto lost four of its its last five road games (under is 6-1 in their last seven games overall). Red Sox won three of their last four games, all of which stayed under.

    Angels @ White Sox
    Santiago is 0-0, 6.17 in his last four starts; over is 4-1 in his last five road starts.

    Rodon is 4-1, 1.60 in his last five starts; under is 5-1-1 in his last seven.

    Chicago won six of its last nine games (under 7-2-1 in last ten). Angels lost last three games; under is 7-4 in their last eleven games.


    Brewers @ Marlins
    Anderson is 1-0, 2.01 in his last four starts; over is 3-2 in his last five road starts .

    Hughes is 1-5, 5.90 in his last six starts (under 4-1-1).

    Milwaukee lost three of its last four games; six of its last nine went over. Miami lost all five home games; all five went over he total.


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play Against – All underdogs with a money line of +100 or higher (COLORADO) with a poor bullpen whose ERA is 4.50 or worse on the season, with a team slugging percentage of .440 or better on the season (NL)
    63-21 over the last 5 seasons. ( 75.0% | 32.9 units )
    2-2 this year. ( 50.0% | -2.6 units )

    StatFox Situational Power Trends™ – FoxSheets

    ST LOUIS is 46-15 (+26.8 Units) against the money line in Home games after a win by 2 runs or less over the last 3 seasons.
    The average score was: ST LOUIS (4.2) , OPPONENT (3.2)


    Baseball Crusher

    Chicago Cubs -111 over St. Louis Cardinals
    (System Record: 12-0, won last 2 games)
    Overall Record: 12-3

    Chicago White Sox -126 over LA Angels

    Toronto Blue Jays -103 over Boston Red Sox

    Colorado Rockies +105 over Cincy Reds



    100* Redsox -115

    100* Twins -130



    Boston -110
    (Listed Pitchers)


    MidAmerican Sports – Raiderman

    Over 8 – Cubs / Cardinals


    H&H Sports

    ‘Double Dime’
    Over 9 – Red Sox / Blue Jays

    11:00 am – early start

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