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MLB Milwaukee Brewers -129 4 units

MLB San Francisco Giants -133 4 units

MLB Astros/Giants Under 8 4 units

MLB Tampa Bay Rays -143 4 units

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Larry Ness' 15* Getaway Day Game of the Week

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MLB Playmaker: Washington +160

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Toronto/minnesota Over 8 -115 (pod)

St Lou. Cards -132 (comp)

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Brewers -135 (pod)
Indians Un 8, -125
Royals +105

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Los Angeles Dodgers +120 2 units

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Washington Nationals/New York Mets Over 9.5 3 units

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15 Dime –

SPURS

Take the Spurs minus the points tonight as they attempt to stave off elimination against the Hornets.

The home team has won every game in this series, all by double-digits. I don’t see any reason to buck that trend tonight, not with the Spurs backs against the wall.

The home team is on a 7-0 SUATS run in this series dating back to the regular season. Eight of the nine total meetings have been double-digit blowouts, with the average margin of victory being 17.7 ppg.

The Spurs are 4-1-1 ATS in their last six home games, winning by 11 and 20 points respectively in Games 3 and 4 of this playoff series.

The Hornets are 1-4 ATS in their last five road games and are just 1-10 ATS in their last 11 Thursday games.

I don’t see the defending champs going down without a fight, so take the Spurs minus the points as they force a Game 7 with the win and cover.


10 Dime –

MARLINS (With Miller as listed pitcher)

Take the Marlins for the road win tonight over the Reds.

Cincinnati may have won the game last night, but they blew a 6-0 lead in the 9th inning before pulling it out in the 10th.

The Marlins have been one of the surprise teams in the league this year, as their young players have matured quicker than anticipated.

One of those players is Andrew Miller, who came over in the Dontrelle Willis-Miguel Cabrera trade with Detroit.

Miller has settled into a groove after a rough start to the season. The left-hander is 2-0 with a 4.50 ERA over his last three games and is coming off his best start of the season. Miller pitched seven shutout innings, walking one and striking out seven at Washington on Saturday.

Miller should be able to neutralize the left-handed pop in the Reds’ lineup tonight.

Besides, Cincinnati is a team in disarray right now anyway. Ken Griffey Jr. is falling off, they aren’t getting the hitting they used to and they even batted out of order on Sunday.

Take the Marlins as they grab the road win.


5 Dime –

CARDINALS (With Pineiro as listed pitcher)

Take the Cardinals this afternoon for the home win over the Pirates.

Joel Pineiro will start for St. Louis and he’s had good success against the Bucs.

The right-hander is 3-0 with a 1.74 ERA in three career starts against Pittsburgh, including a seven-inning effort this year in which he gave up just one earned run.

The Pirates briefly closed within the magical .500 mark, but given their past history they’re due to take a serious nose dive which will quell any hopes of breaking their consecutive losing seasons streak.

Ian Snell will start for the Pirates and he is the ace of the staff, but his control has been erratic this year and he’s not racking up the strikeouts like he did the last two seasons.

Take the Cardinals as they grab the home win.

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Sebastian

UNDER Angels


Tom Nelson

Angels


Computer Boys

Milwaukee


OTM

OVER Angels


Kevin Kennedy

Angels


Frank Patron

Tampa Bay Rays -130


Jennifer Barry

Cardinals -125


Chad Jordan

San Diego Padres +125


ToutHouse Sports

Padres +150


Mike Neri   

Colorado +150 


The Parlay King 

Hornets +260 

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MILWAUKEE -145         
CUBS -170               
PHILLY R/L +105         
ANGELS +105             

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NEW ORLEANS +7         

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QUADRUPLE BASEBALL TOTALS WINNER
OVER 9.5 Washington and NY Mets

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15 Dime - Spurs

10 Dime - Phillies Run Line

5 Dime - Cardinals

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4* Cubs / Padres Over 8.5

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Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals

The Detroit Tigers wrap up their series against the Kansas City Royals today at Kauffman Stadium. The Tigers will be looking to avoid the sweep as the Royals won 3-2 on Tuesday and followed that up with 2-0 shut-out yesterday. Pitching for the Tigers will be Kenny Rodgers who is 3-3 with a 5.81 ERA. The Royals will be giving the start to Gil Meche who is 2-5 with a 6.31 ERA. Detroit’s strength is their offense. Despite their slow start they are still averaging 4.67 runs a game. Both teams are very charitable when it comes to allowing runs as the Tigers allow 5.26 runs a game while the Royals give up 4.34 a game. The one advantage Detroit has is that the Royals have a hard time putting up runs. They only score 3.15 runs a game at home good for worst in the league. Look for the Tigers to save face and escape the sweep.

LOCK = Detroit Tigers -115

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ROCKIES / DIAMONDBACKS UNDER 8

Both Aaron Cook and Brandon Webb have been very good this year. Webb is halfway to starting for the NL in the All-Star game with his 8-0 record, and believe it or not, Cook has the lower ERA of the two. Really, it shouldn't take more than four runs to win this one, and a 3-2 type of game is what I see resulting from these two staff aces matching up in Arizona. Play the under.

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50* NBA Over 184 SA/NO
10* MLB Giants -145

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Houston/San Francisco Under 8 +1.06 4 Unit Play

I like this game Under today for a variety of reasons so let's start with the weather. Although I am not aware of how the ball is affected in warm weather at San Fran the temperature is supposed to be 83 degrees and sunny which I would think in the Bay Area would make the ball heavy and not travel as well. The wind is also blowing in from left field at 8 MPH so that should help as well. On SportsCenter today they mentioned that Miguel Tejada should also receive the day off as well for the first time this year. The pitchers for today's games have strong records as Sampson is pitching on the road where he has composed a 3.24 ERA in 25 innings of work and has struck out 10 while walking only 4 compiling a 1.12 WHIP. Lincecum for the Giants has been strong all year and at starts at S. Fran has a 2.67 ERA in 27 innings of work striking out 30 batters while walking only 4 compiling a 1.07 WHIP. The factor that solidified this play is that Sampson has started twice against San Fran and both games went Under the total while Lincecum has started twice against the Astros and both games went Under. The home plate umpire for today's game is Bruce Dreckman who is 2-4 to the Under so far this year so I like this game Under today.

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