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Mighty Quinn

Mighty Q likes the R Sox Pk / Indians

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Florida Panthers vs. Montreal Canadiens (NHL)
Oct 16, 2007 7:35 PM EDT

Play: Florida Panthers

1 Unit, Take Florida ML, Florida is the superior team here and they have momentum heading into this game against the Canadiens after winning 2 straight. I look for Florida's power play to come alive tonight against a Montreal team that has struggled killing penalties this season with opponents converting 33.3% against them at home and 21.7% against them overall this season. The Panther's power play is converting at 23.1% this season and they will dominate Montreal on the road. Florida's penalty kill has been very solid on the road this season as opponents better than Montreal are converting just 11.1% of the time.

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Game: Minnesota Wild at Los Angeles Kings
Oct 16 2007 10:35PM

Prediction: Minnesota Wild

Reason: Minnesota is off to a perfect 5-0 start to the season. The Wild are averaging 2.2 Goals per game while allowing 0.80 GPG. In their last 26 games played after 1-days rest they are 19-7. The Kings are 1-5 on the year. LA has lost 5 of their last 7 games at home. In their last 8 games vs. Northwest opponents the Kings are 2-6. In their last 52 games played after 1-days rest the Kings are 17-35. The Kings have lost the last 4 meetings with Minnesota. Play on the Wild.

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Minnesota @ Los Angeles 10:35 PM ET 10/16/2007
Play On: Minnesota –160

Any away favorite playing their 3rd game in 4 nights, is off 1 day of rest, and is playing their 3rd straight game on the road is 9-1-1 SU since the 1997-1998 season. Play on the Minnesota Wild

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Vegas Experts Tip of the Day

New York Giants at Atlanta Falcons
Monday, October 15th, 8:30 P.M. EDT

Expect less intensity and less scoring from these relatively unfamiliar foes. Clubs played last year and combined for 41 points when the Falcons had a much more threatening man under center. Coughlin is 24-11 Under since 1992 after a game in which his team scored 30-plus. The GIANTS are 33-15 UNDER vs. poor teams - outscored by 6+ points per game on the season since 1992 and ATLANTA is 15-4 UNDER when playing against a marginal winning team (Win Pct. 51% to 60%) since 1992.

Play on: Under

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LT'S LOCK

The LOCK: The under 10 in Cleveland/Boston

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Michael Cannon Money Train
Still in a long-term slump, Goes 1-1 on Monday, Down 14 Dimes

15 Dime –

INDIANS
Take the Indians tonight at home for the Game 4 win.
I don’t think I can trust Tim Wakefield and his balky back tonight for Boston. The knuckleballer hasn’t pitched since September 29, and while it’s not as big a deal with a knuckleballer versus a regular pitcher, I can’t trust that his back will allow him to last through five or six innings.
The weather forecast calls for temperatures to be in the high 50’s, and while that’s not bone-chilling it may be just enough to keep Wakefield’s back from loosening up completely.
The Indians will counter with Paul Byrd and I like the veteran’s chances here at home. He won 15 games during the regular season and has pitched in high-pressure situations before. The right-hander has excellent control so you can forget about the Red Sox getting any free passes tonight.
Cleveland does have some mojo going right now, from the clutch-hitting of the ageless Kenny Loften to the brilliant performance turned in by their bullpen, which hasn’t allowed a run over their last 7 1-3 innings.
Boston can’t make that claim right now as nobody has stepped it up since Cleveland took them to extra innings in Game 2.
Take the Tribe as they grab the win and commanding series lead tonight.

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AL Championship Series; Game 4
Cleveland leads series, 2-1


Boston's (R) Tim Wakefield

Tuesday, October 16th, 2007, 8:00 PM EST.
Boston Red Sox (100-68) at Cleveland Indians (101-68)
(R) Tim Wakefield (0-0) vs. (R) Paul Byrd (1-0)

Record: W/L Home Road O/U
Boston 100-68 54-31 46-37 78-86-4
Cleveland 101-68 55-29 46-39 76-86-7


Cleveland is 18-4 in their last 22 home games, including 3-0 in the playoffs with yesterdays 4-2 win over Boston to take a 2-1 lead in the series, but the Red Sox's have won nine of the last 12 games at Jacobs Field. The total has gone 'under' in four of the last 5 meetings in Cleveland.



The Indians send Paul Byrd to the hill. The right-hander is 4-2 with a 4.12 ERA in seven career starts against the Red Sox. Cleveland is 20-8 in Byrd's last 28 home starts.
The Red Sox counter with Tim Wakefield. The right-hander is 9-8 with a 4.50 ERA against the Indians. Boston is 12-4 in Wakefield's last 16 starts.


Take the Red Sox to even the series with Tim Wakefield on the hill. The knuckleballer loves the pressure. He is 4-0 with a 2.61 ERA in four career ALCS starts

Oddsmakers:
Boston as a -110 road favorite with the total listed at 10 'over'.

Boston Red Sox

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15 Dime

INDIANS
Take the Indians tonight at home for the Game 4 win.
I don’t think I can trust Tim Wakefield and his balky back tonight for Boston. The knuckleballer hasn’t pitched since September 29, and while it’s not as big a deal with a knuckleballer versus a regular pitcher, I can’t trust that his back will allow him to last through five or six innings.
The weather forecast calls for temperatures to be in the high 50’s, and while that’s not bone-chilling it may be just enough to keep Wakefield’s back from loosening up completely.
The Indians will counter with Paul Byrd and I like the veteran’s chances here at home. He won 15 games during the regular season and has pitched in high-pressure situations before. The right-hander has excellent control so you can forget about the Red Sox getting any free passes tonight.
Cleveland does have some mojo going right now, from the clutch-hitting of the ageless Kenny Loften to the brilliant performance turned in by their bullpen, which hasn’t allowed a run over their last 7 1-3 innings.
Boston can’t make that claim right now as nobody has stepped it up since Cleveland took them to extra innings in Game 2.
Take the Tribe as they grab the win and commanding series lead tonight.

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Brandon Lang

5 DIME
Boston Red Sox - Specify Pitchers - Wakefield vs Byrd


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First of all, I don't think Wakefield nor Byrd will be factoring in the decision tonight.

I think, just like game two, offense will be front and center and when the smoke clears, the Red Sox will have the better of Byrd and the Indians bullpen.

I am fully aware of Byrd going 3-0 his last 4 versus the Red Sox but only one of those starts was this year and that was all the way back in May.

You look at his last 3 starts and 2 of them were terrible.

10 earned runs in 10 innings against the Mariners and the A's.

Yes, I am aware of the fact he did beat the Yankees in his only playoff start but that won't be the situation here.

He has an ERA over 5 at home this year and in a must win situation tonight, the Red Sox will handle Byrd.

As for Wakefield, he has allowed just 5 earned his last 13 innings versus the Indians and did win his last start of the year.

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