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    Five To Follow MLB Betting: Tuesday, September 1, 2015 Opening Line Report
    by Alan Matthews

    San Francisco Giants Starting pitcher Madison Bumgarner
    So we are into September, the final full month of baseball’s regular season. Thus, let’s look at how the standings were on Sept. 1 last season and see which of those teams made the playoffs. In the American League, your division leaders were Baltimore (8.5 games), Kansas City (half game) and the LA Angels (4.5 games). Oakland and Detroit led the wild-card standings. Those would be your five playoff teams, with the Tigers taking the AL Central over the Royals. In the NL, the leaders were Washington (7 games), St. Louis (1 game) and the LA Dodgers (2 games). The wild-card leaders were San Francisco and Milwaukee. All three Sept. 1 division leaders won their divisions. The Brewers missed the playoffs, with the Pirates taking that other wild-card spot. I think the current NL playoff field is going to stay as it is. Mets, Cardinals and Dodgers will win divisions and Pirates and Cubs will square off in wild-card game. Also think Blue Jays, Royals (that’s a lock) and Astros will keep their division leads. I’m not sold on the Yankees and Rangers as the wild-card teams, however. Think the Angels will get one of those.

    ♦Yankees at Red Sox (+120, 9)

    This game will have live betting at sportsbooks with it being shown nationally on the MLB Network. Of course it’s on national TV, it’s Yankees-Red Sox. Boston interim manager Torey Lovullo has changed closers. He will now go with Jean Machi over Junichi Tazawa, who had a rough outing over the weekend. Koji Uehara, Boston’s closer for the last three seasons, is out for the year with a fractured right wrist, sustained Aug. 7. It’s right-hander Rick Porcello (6-11, 5.47) here for the Sox. He had his best outing of the season last time out in his return from the disabled list, shutting out the White Sox on five hits and without a walk. Porcello hasn’t faced the Yanks in 2015. Jacoby Ellsbury kills the guy, going 11-for-17 with four solo homers. It’s Michael Pineda (9-8, 4.19) for the Bombers. He has lost three straight, allowing at least four runs in each. Pineda’s last win was July 10 in Boston where he allowed a run over 6.2 innings.

    Key trends: The Yanks are 2-5 in Pineda’s past seven. Boston is 1-6 in Porcello’s past seven vs. teams with a winning record. The “over/under” is 9-2 in Pineda’s past 11 on the road. The under is 4-1in Porcello’s past five vs. the AL East.

    Early lean: Red Sox and over.

    ♦Tigers at Royals (-150, 7)

    Kansas City gets back All-Star left fielder Alex Gordon back on Tuesday. Gordon has been out since July 9 with a strained left groin. He is hitting.279 with 11 homers and 39 RBIs in 78 games before the injury. He’s also a fantastic defensive player. The Royals start Johnny Cueto (9-9, 2.94) on the mound. He may have hit a bit of a wall, allowing six earned in each of his past two starts. Cueto has a 2.11 ERA in three starts this season against the Tigers. Victor Martinez is 0-for-13 off him. Detroit’s Justin Verlander (2-6, 3.45) takes the mound for the first time since losing a no-hitter in the ninth inning Wednesday against the Angels. He is 0-1 with a 6.43 ERA in one start vs. the Royals in 2015. Gordon is a career .208 hitter off him with 27 strikeouts in 77 at-bats.

    Key trends: Detroit is 2-7 in Verlander’s past nine vs. teams with a winning record. The under is 6-1 in his past seven overall. The Tigers are 2-5 in Verlander’s past seven at K.C.

    Early lean: Royals and under.

    ♦Mariners at Astros (-150, 8.5)

    Houston hasn’t had excellent rookie shortstop Carlos Correa since Aug. 25 due to a hamstring injury. There’s a slim chance he plays Tuesday. The Astros go with Scott Feldman (5-5, 3.75) here. He had one of his best outings of the year last time out in shutting out the Yankees on six hits over eight innings but got a no-decision. He faced Seattle on April 30 and allowed two runs over seven innings. Robinson Cano is 8-for-22 off him with two RBIs. Mariners lefty Roenis Elias (4-7, 4.20) hasn’t won since beating Houston on Jun 19 when he gave up two runs over seven innings and struck out a season-high 10. Jose Altuve is 2-for-8 with a solo homer off him.

    Key trends: Seattle has won four straight on Tuesday. Houston is 5-1 in its past six against lefties. The under is 7-1 in Elias’ past eight on the road.

    Early lean: Astros and over.

    ♦Nationals at Cardinals (-145, 7)

    I’ve officially given up on Washington at this point and have zero doubt that Manager Matt Williams will be an offseason casualty. The Nats just can’t keep their regulars healthy. Denard Span was lost back to the disabled list last week and now Stephen Strasburg is hurt again. Washington goes with Joe Ross (5-5, 3.24) here. Ross has allowed just one run in each of his past two starts and sees the Cardinals for the first time in his career. It’s Carlos Martinez (13-6, 2.91) for the Redbirds. He has allowed at least three earned in six straight starts. Martinez already has thrown a career high in innings so he might be tiring. Washington’s Anthony Rendon is 2-for-2 with an RBI off him.

    Key trends: The Nats are 0-5 in Ross’ past five vs. teams with a winning record. The Cards are 6-1 in Martinez’s past seven vs. teams with a winning record. The under is 5-0-1 in Martinez’s past six vs. teams with a winning record.

    Early lean: Cardinals and under.

    ♦Giants at Dodgers (-150, 7)

    Spectacular pitching matchup between Cy Young contenders here. Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner already has beaten the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw a couple of times this season and now he gets MLB ERA leader Zack Greinke. Bumgarner (16-6, 2.97) was 5-0 with a 1.43 ERA in five August starts. He is 2-0 with a 1.31 ERA in three starts this year against Los Angeles. Greinke (14-3, 1.61) shut out the Reds on four hits over seven innings in his last start. Greinke has lasted at least six innings in all 26 of his starts this season. He has faced the Giants once this season, allowing three runs over six innings on April 29. Buster Posey is a career .333 hitter off him in 21 at-bats.

    Key trends: The Giants are 6-1 in Bumgarner’s past seven road starts vs. teams with a winning record. The Dodgers are 10-2 in Greinke’s past 12 on Tuesday. The Dodgers are 7-0 in Greinke’s past seven vs. the Giants. The under is 4-0 in Bumgarner’s past four at the Dodgers.

    Early lean: Dodgers and under.



    MLB – (Action)

    3* (913) Giants +$130


    MLB Betting Cheat Sheet: Birds of a different feather

    Here’s a comprehensive look at betting notes for the mid-week major-league schedule:

    Birds of a Different Feather

    The Toronto Blue Jays may not have the best record in baseball, but they are without a doubt the team that nobody wants to play in the playoffs. The Jays have won 24 of their last 29 overall, and they lead the majors in runs scored by a country mile. While it was their offense that carried them in the first half of the season, in recent weeks their defense and pitching staff have been equal to the task. The Jays host Cleveland this week, and they’ll be heavy favorites in all three games.

    Reds Reeling

    Cincinnati has lost 14 of it’s last 16 overall, and they have a tough series on the road in Chicago this week. The Reds have lost 12 of their last 16 versus the Cubs, and eight of their last 10 at Wrigley. Chicago has won 14 of it’s last 17 home games.

    Angels Slumping

    The Halos are batting a major league worst .228 since the All Start break, and they’ve lost eight of their last 10 overall. They are on the road in Oakland this week, and then they play the Rangers at home this weekend. They trail the Rangers by 3.5 games in the Wild Card race, and if they fail to gain ground now, the playoffs will likely be out of reach.

    Hitting Notes

    * Edwin Encarnacion owns the major league’s longest active hitting streak at 25 games, and he’s batting .409 with 11 home runs and 35 RBIs during that span. The Jays host the Indians in a three game series this week, and Danny Salazar will start Game 1 for Cleveland. Encarnacion is 2-for-5 with a home run lifetime versus Salazar.

    * Josh Donaldson was 6-for-13 with two home runs and five RBIs in a three game sweep of the Tigers this weekend. He leads the major leagues with 106 RBIs, and his 36 home runs are just three fewer than major league leader Nelson Cruz.

    Pitching Notes

    * Mad Max Scherzer has now lost his last four starts, putting his record at 11-11, 2.88 ERA on the season. He’s 1-4 with a 5.09 ERA in eight starts since the All Star break, and his next start comes on Wednesday on the road in St. Louis. He lost his only previous start versus the Cardinals, allowing a pair of runs on six hits over seven innings.

    * Mark Buehrle is quietly in second place in the American League with 14 wins, one fewer than Dallas Keuchel and Felix Hernandez. Buehrle is 4-1 with a 3.99 ERA in his last eight starts.

    Totals Streak

    Over the last few years, we’ve come to think of San Diego’s PETCO Park as one of the most pitcher friendly in the majors. That’s quickly becoming a myth here in 2015. According to ESPN Park Factors, PETCO ranks in the top 10 in home runs. They host the Texas Rangers this week, and the Padres have seen the total go over in seven of their last eight home games.

    Injury Notes

    * Yasiel Puig is sidelined for at least two weeks with a hamstring strain, and that’s not good news for a Dodgers team that has struggled at the plate of late.

    * Mark Teixeira has not played since August 26 due to a bruised shin. He will not be available for Game 1 at Boston, but could return at some point in the series.


    ‘Under’ sizzling when Smyly takes the road
    Stephen Campbell

    Tampa Bay Rays left-hander Drew Smyly has been one of the most profitable Under pitchers in baseball this season – particularly away from home.

    The Under is 8-0 in Smyly’s last eight starts and 11-2 in his previous 13 outings overall. The southpaw is scheduled to get the nod Tuesday in Baltimore versus Chris Tillman and the Orioles.

    As of this writing, the total had not yet hit the board at sportsbooks.


    Corbin, D-Backs cruising versus Rockies
    Stephen Campbell

    The Arizona Diamondbacks are a perfect 7-0 in Patrick Corbin’s last seven outings against the Colorado Rockies.

    Corbin is slated to get the start Tuesday opposite Yhoan Flande and the Colorado Rockies.

    As of this writing, the D-Backs were -109 moneyline favorites.


    Report: Mariners trade OF Jackson to Cubs
    Stephen Campbell

    According to a report from Bob Dutton of the Tacoma News Tribune, the Seattle Mariners have traded outfielder Austin Jackson to the Chicago Cubs.

    In 107 games with the M’s this season, Jackson hit .272 with eight home runs and 38 RBI. Heading back to Seattle is a player to be named later and international slot money.

    Prior to the trade, the Cubbies were 14/1 to win the World Series at the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.



    MLB Tuesday

    Free play will be here ____________.

    Mets-Phillies: I suppose if the Mets were going to be faded it’d be Niese – hard to fathom him having any value at -225 just based on what Harang CAN do on a given day. Add to that he’s thrown 101/103 pitches respectively in his last two games, and that makes the Mets not an option for me.

    Cubs-Reds: This will probably be a big total and it still might not be big enough. Haren a major fly ball pitcher – and he’s allowed at least one home run in 8 straight games. Desclafani has only had one bad outing of late and has been MUCH better on the road, but Wrigley is less friendly than Great American, so I don’t see how this isn’t a high scoring game.

    Pirates-Brewers: Obviously Cole is a beast – but if the Brewers were ever going to win a game Nelson is probably their best option. He’s (Nelson) been super-sporadic and comes in off a horrid game – the Brewers have hit Cole a little in limited sample sizes, but perhaps enough to consider the Brewers RL.

    Arizona-Colorado: It’s usually off the table to take Kendrick at Coors Field – another one that doesn’t induce many ground ball outs, not to mention he’s coming off the DL. Clearly that’s why they’ve installed the D-Backs as -135 favorites, and typically I don’t like road favorites, in any sport, really. De La Rosa did beat Colorado in Coors this season and was hammered by them at Arizona. Hard to find a side either way – and the total of 11 is perhaps too many. Needing 12 runs to lose a bet us usually worth doing.

    San Francisco-Dodgers: I do know how good Grienke is, but getting the Giants and Bumgarner at +130 in a game with a total of 5.5 is just too much to pass up – and the RL but it’s going to be pricey based on the total. Fort those that don’t know – the RL is correlated to the total. For example – a +130 team with a HIGH total is cheaper on the RL just based on probability. Good example in Tuesday’s games – the Rockies are +110 and the RL is only -145. The Giants RL is +190 or better in places.

    Cleveland-Toronto: I really like Salazar in the Indians RL on Monday, and neglected to play it – it’s 2-2 as I work. Anderson has been hit around pretty hard his last handful of starts – but the Jays haven’t seen him – at all. This could be a great spot for the Indians F5 because Anderson doesn’t usually pitch deep anyway – and perhaps some sort of in-game bet.

    Yankees-Red Sox: Everyone will be either on Pineda or against Porcello, and New York has had success against Porcello in limited at bats. Pineda was lit up by Houston in his first start off the DL but has handled the Red Sox with ease. I do like the under here a little, but only at 9. I just can’t bet on Pineda being “all good” and I can’t bet on Porcello throwing another 7 inning shutout.

    Twins-White Sox: I bet on the Twins at home against a LHP no matter who they are playing, and it’s not like they’ve never seen Sale before. Duffey will be the wild card and in his one start at home he shut down the Indians, so I can make a great case for the Twins RL as well, albeit expensive.

    Detroit-Kansas City: My guess is that everyone will line up to auto-fade the “almost no hitter” and be on the Royals, so I’d find a way not to be. Cueto has given up at least one HR (three in the last game) in his last three starts and we know the Tigers can hit when they put their minds to it. If I had to bet this game right now, I’d take the Tigers F5 because we know who has the better pen, and the Royals and under for the game.

    Houston-Seattle: Of interest is the fact that Feldman has put together an August as good as anyone in baseball – a 1.33 earned run average. But, he has had a couple of high pitch count games, 110 in the last one, which might scare me at least off of -150 for sure. But, as good as Elias can be, he’s much less effective on the road – so this could go over.

    Texas-San Diego: The Rangers don’t have a DH which might make people think, but Gallardo was not only in the NL for a long time but is an excellent hitter. I don’t like Cashner and HE threw 121 pitches last game, so it’s Texas and/or the over here.


    2015 baseball information

    National League
    Marlins @ Braves

    Nicolino is 1-1, 2.66 in his last three starts (under 2-0-1 last three).

    Banuelos is making first start since July 24 (elbow), is expected to throw 50-55 pitches; he is 1-2, 3.05 in his four starts (under 4-0).

    Miami lost eight of last 11 games- under is 7-2-1 in last ten; they lost six of last eight games with Atlanta (over 7-3 in last ten). Braves were outscored 53-15 in losing their last six games (over 6-3 in last nine).

    Phillies @ Mets
    Phillies are 2-13 in last 15 Harang starts (0-3, 8.04 in last five); four of his last six starts stayed under.

    Niese is 1-0, 7.79 in his last three starts, all of which went over.

    Mets won their last ten games with Philly (over 7-2 in last nine); they won nine of last 11 games overall (over 8-3). Phillies lost six of last eight games; over is 9-4-1 in their last 14.

    Reds @ Cubs
    DeSclafani is 0-4, 4.50 in his last three starts (under 6-1 in his last seven).

    Haren is 0-2, 7.05 in his last three starts; four of his last five went over.

    Reds lost 13 of last 16 games overall (under 3-2 in last five); they lost seven of last 11 games with the Cubs- last four went over. Chicago lost five of last six games (under 4-2).

    Pirates @ Brewers
    Cole is 1-0, 1.26 in his last two starts; under is 7-1 in his last eight.

    Nelson is 1-1, 5.24 in his last four starts (over 3-1).

    Pittsburgh won seven of last nine games (under 5-2 in last seven). Pirates lost five of last six games with Milwaukee (under 5-1). Brewers lost five of last seven games; over is 7-2-1 in his last ten.

    Nationals @ Cardinals
    Ross is 2-0, 0.69 in his last two starts (under 3-0-1 in last four).

    Gonzales is making first ’15 start; he was 4-2, 4.15 in 34.2 big league IP LY, and is 1-4, 5.20 in 13 AAA starts this year- he started five MLB games in ’14.

    Cardinals won six of last seven games with Washington; under is 7-2-1 in last ten series games. St Louis won eight of last nine games (over 7-2-2 in last 11). Nationals won six of last nine games (over 6-2-2 in last ten). .

    Diamondbacks @ Rockies
    de la Rosa 3-1, 3.90 in his last five starts; over is 4-1-1 in his last six. Corbin is 1-0, 3.07 in his last three starts; four of his last six went over.

    Kendrick is making first start since July 31; he is 1-2, 12.19 in his last three outings. Flande is 1-0, 4.76 in his last four starts (over 3-1).

    Colorado won four of its last six games; last three stayed under. Arizona lost seven of last eight games; three of their last five road games went over total- they’re 7-4 in last 11 games against the Rockies (over 6-4-1).

    Giants @ Dodgers
    Bumgarner is 5-0, 1.43 in his last five starts; under is 4-2-2 in his last eight.

    Greinke is 3-1, 1.33 in his last four starts (under 7-2 in last nine).

    Dodgers lost five of last seven games with SF (over 3-0-1 in last four). Giants are 4-8 in last 12 games overall; over is 9-4-2 in their last 15. Dodgers won six of last seven games, allowing 14 runs; under is 7-2-1 in their last ten.

    American League
    Indians @ Blue Jays

    Anderson is 0-2, 9.41 in his last five starts (over 4-1).

    Estrada is 4-2, 2.23 in his last six starts (under 5-1).

    Indians won last six games, scoring 41 runs (over 5-1). Toronto is 6-5 in last 11 games with Cleveland; three of last four series games went over total. Blue Jays won ten of last 13 games (nine of last 12 went over).

    Rays @ Orioles
    Smyly is 1-2, 4.11 in his last six starts (under 4-1 in last five).

    Tillman is 1-2, 5.73 in his last four starts; under is 8-1-1 in his last ten.

    Orioles lost 10 of last 11 games (under 4-2-1 in last seven). Baltimore is 5-4 in its last nine games vs Tampa Bay; under is 8-2-1 in last eleven series games. Rays lost five of their last eight games; seven of Rays’ last nine went over.

    Bronx @ Red Sox
    Pineda is 0-3, 7.88 in his last three starts (under 4-2 in last six).

    Porcello is 1-2, 4.29 in his last four starts (under 3-1).

    Bronx won eight of last 11 games with Boston; seven of last ten series games stayed under the total. NY won three of last four games; seven of its last ten games went over. Red Sox won five of last seven games (over is 5-3 in their last eight).

    White Sox @ Twins
    Sale is 3-0, 1.59 in his last four starts; five of his last seven went over.

    Duffey is 2-0, 1.89 in his last three starts; over is 3-1 in his four starts.

    White Sox lost eight of last ten games with Minnesota (over 2-0-2 in last four) Chicago is 3-5 in last eight games (over 7-3 in last ten). Twins won eight of last ten games; four of last six went over.

    Tigers @ Royals
    Verlander is 1-1, 0.78 in his last three starts; under is 6-1 in his last seven.

    Cueto is 0-2, 10.64 in his last two starts; his last three all went over.

    Detroit is 3-5 in last eight games with Kansas City (under 6-2). Tigers lost last four games, outscored 31-6. Royals won seven of their last nine games.

    Mariners @ Astros
    Elias is 0-3, 7.71 in his last three starts; under is 6-2-1 in his last nine.

    Feldman is 1-0, 0.86 in his last three starts (under 3-0).

    Astros won seven of last ten games; under is 7-4 in last 11. Seattle lost eight of last 11 games with Houston (over 8-0-1 in last nine). Mariners won four of last seven games; nine of their last eleven games went over.

    Angels @ A’s
    Shoemaker is 1-2, 7.98 in his last three starts; under is 6-2-1 in his last nine.

    Martin was 2-3, 5.41 in 21 relief stints for Atlanta; this will be his first start in big leagues. He was 4-7, 4.08 in 16 AAA starts this season.

    Angels are 11-26 in their last 37 games (over 8-3 in last 11); they lost four of last five games with Oakland– seven of last ten series games went over the total. A’s are 5-3 in last eight games; eight of their last nine games went over.

    Rangers @ Padres

    Gallardo is 3-0, 1.21 in his last four starts; his last five stayed under.

    Cashner is 3-1, 2.39 in his last four home starts (over 3-1 in last four overall).

    Texas won four of last seven games with San Diego; six of last nine series games went under total. Rangers won seven of last ten games; eight of their last 11 stayed under the total. Padres lost five of last eight games (over 7-2-1 in their last ten). .

    Win-loss records this year for team with this starting pitcher:
    Mia-Atl– Nicolino 3-3; Banuelos 2-2
    Phil-NY– Harang 7-16 (2-13 last 15); Niese 11-14 (4-1 last 5)
    Cin-Cubs– DeSclafani 11-14 (0-4 last 4); Haren 12-14/2-3
    Pitt-Mil– Cole 18-8; Nelson 13-13 (4-1 last 5)
    Wsh-StL– Ross 5-6; Gonzales 0-0
    Az-Colo– de la Rosa 15-11 Corbin 5-5; Kendrick 6-15 Flande 4-2
    SF-LA– Bumgarner 17-9 (8-1 last 9); Greinke 18-8 (9-2 last 11)

    Clev-Tor– Anderson 5-4; Estrada 11-10
    TB-Balt– Smyly 4-2; Tillman 12-12
    NY-Bos– Pineda 11-9 (0-3 last 3); Porcello 10-11
    Chi-Min– Sale 15-10; Duffey 3-1
    Det-KC– Verlander 3-10; Cueto 13-12/2-4
    Sea-Hst– Elias 4-10; Feldman 8-9
    LAA-A’s– Shoemaker 10-12; Martin 0-0

    Tex-SD– Gallardo 15-12 (6-1 last 7); Cashner 10-15

    Times this starting pitcher allowed a run in first inning:
    Mia-Atl– Nicolino 0-6; Banuelos 1-4
    Phil-NY– Harang 8-23; Niese 8-25
    Cin-Cubs– DeSclafani 6-25; Haren 3-26
    Pitt-Mil– Cole 8-26; Nelson 8-26
    Wsh-StL– Ross 0-11; Gonzales 0-0
    Az-Colo– de la Rosa 7-26 Corbin 1-10; Kendrick 11-21 Flande 2-6
    SF-LA– Bumgarner 6-26; Greinke 7-26

    Clev-Tor– Anderson 2-9; Estrada 10-21
    TB-Balt– Smyly 1-6; Tillman 4-24
    NY-Bos– Pineda 7-20; Porcello 4-21
    Chi-Min– Sale 8-25; Duffey 1-4
    Det-KC– Verlander 3-13; Cueto 5-25
    Sea-Hst– Elias 7-14 (4 of last 5); Feldman 4-17
    LAA-A’s– Shoemaker 5-22; Martin 0-0

    Tex-SD– Gallardo 9-27; Cashner 11-26 (5 of last 7)

    Phil-NY– Over is 6-3-1 in last ten Wolf games.
    Mia-Atl– Under is 10-4-1 in last fifteen May games.
    Cin-Chi– Five of last six Culbreth games stayed under.
    Wsh-StL– Five of last seven Hirschbeck games went over.
    Az-Col– Three of last four Timmons games went over; last six Tichenor tilts went over the total.
    SF-LA– Last four Winters games went over the total.

    Cle-Tor– Over is 7-3- in last eleven Meals games.
    TB-Balt– Five of last six Guccione games went over.
    NY-Bos– Under is 6-3-1 in last ten Kulpa games.
    Sea-Hst– Five of last six Conroy games stayed under.
    LA-A’s– Favorites won seven of last eight Danley games.

    Tex-SD– Six of last eight Carlson games went over total.


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play On – Road underdogs with a money line of +100 or higher (TEXAS)
    a marginal winning team (51% to 54%) playing a marginal losing team (46% to 49%), playing on Tuesday
    57-36 since 1997. ( 61.3% | 32.9 units )
    3-3 this year. ( 50.0% | 0.2 units )

    StatFox Situational Power Trends™ – FoxSheets

    KANSAS CITY is 39-22 (+18.7 Units) against the money line
    vs. an AL starting pitcher whose WHIP is 1.300 or better this season.
    The average score was: KANSAS CITY (4.6) , OPPONENT (3.7)


    j.r stevens smooth44

    (932) Colorado (GM1) +130
    *Listed Pitchers


    paul leiner

    100* Over 8 – Mets/Phillies
    100* Orioles -130
    50* White Sox -150


    StatFox Super Situations™ – FoxSheets

    Play On – Road teams (NY YANKEES)
    with a very good bullpen whose ERA is 3.33 or better on the season against opponent with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 5.20 to 5.70 on the season (AL)
    143-85 since 1997. ( 62.7% | 54.4 units )
    10-11 this year. ( 47.6% | -0.8 units )


    Frank Patron

    10,000 Unit MLB Lock
    Texas Rangers -110 over Padres



    Tuesday MLB!!

    2 Units-Brewers RL+1.5(-120)

    2 Units-Red Sox RL+1.5(-140)



    baseball crusher
    seattle mariners + houston astros – over 8

    (system record: 70-3, won last 2 games)
    overall record: 70-66-3

    here are the rest of his baseball plays for today…

    texas rangers +100 over san diego padres
    pittsburgh pirates + milwaukee brewers – over 7.5
    minnesota twins + chicago white sox – under 7.5

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