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1 STAR: (720) AMERICAN LEAGUE (-$138) over National League
(Action) (Risking $138 to win $100)

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NATIONAL LEAGUE / AMERICAN LEAGUE Over 10

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All Star game UNDER the total of 10

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NATIONAL LEAGUE +134 v. American League

Plus 134? We'd take either side at +120 or more, for sure.Notice there is no way to handicap this game. It is obvious that this line has to be predicated on nothing but gamblers' opinions. Prejudices.We have no clue as to which team figures to win this game. Neither does anyone else. It seems obvious to us that this game is a 50-50 proposition. Take the +120 or more and run, win or lose.

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Play: American League 

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Prediction: Under

The total number of runs scored in the 77 All-Star Games is 656; a mean (or average) of 8.5 runs per game. The median score in the All-Star Game is 8; half the time teams have scored 8 runs or less, half the time they have scored 8 runs or more. Notice that is 8 runs or more, not 9; the number of times the teams have scored eight runs in the All-Star Game (eight) caused the median to fall within that grouping. To put it another way, 42 times the All-Star Game has seen eight runs or fewer scored while 35 times there have been nine runs or more. The most frequent outcomes have been eight and nine runs scored with eight occurrences apiece. This total came 10, to my surprise, meaning you need 11 runs or more to cash an over play. That has happened 24 times in the 77 All-Star games above or 31% of the time. Take the Under!

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National League +130 (5 units)

Over 10 Runs (5 units)

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AMERICAN LEAGUE-140

UNDER 10

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ALL-STAR GAME

American League vs. National League

The American League looks to continue its dominance of the All-Star Game when it battles the National League in the final mid-summer classic ever played at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Cleveland’s Cliff Lee (12-2, 2.31 ERA) will start for the American League opposite Brewers ace Ben Sheets (10-3, 2.85), who becomes the first Milwaukee hurler to ever start an All-Star Game.

The A.L. has won five consecutive All-Star games and is on a 10-0-1 run in the annual midsummer exhibition, with seven of the 10 victories coming by more than one run. However, the past two contests have been one-run affairs, including last year at AT&T Park in San Francisco, where the American League got home runs from Ichiro Suzuki, Carl Crawford and Victor Martinez and held off a ninth-inning rally to win 5-4. The N.L. entered the ninth trailing 5-2, then scored two runs and had the bases loaded when the final out was recorded.

The N.L. still leads the all-time series 41-35-2, but the senior circuit has been on the losing end in 18 of the last 25 contests, plus one push in 2002. In fact, going back to 1988, the A.L. is on a 15-3-1 run in this contest. Prior to this current drought, the N.L. had won 19 of 20 meetings from 1963-82, including a record 11 straight from 1972-82.

In addition to the All-Star Game, the A.L. has dominated interleague play the last three years, holding advantages of 154-98 in 2006, 137-115 in 2007 and 149-103 this year.

Yankee Stadium has hosted the All-Star Game three times previously. The American League prevailed 3-1 in 1939, but the National League took the last two by scores of 6-0 in 1960 and 7-6 in 1977.

Sheets is making his fourth All-Star appearance. In the previous three, he has pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings. The right-hander is 6-1 with a 2.78 ERA in 11 road starts this year, although this is the first time in his career that he’ll take the mound at Yankee Stadium.

Lee, who wasn’t even assured of making the Indians’ roster out of spring training after spending a portion of 2007 in Triple-A, is in his first-ever All-Star Game, and he’s the fourth Indians pitcher to get the starting nod. Lee is 7-2 with a 2.77 ERA in 11 road outings this year, but in four career starts at Yankee Stadium, he’s 2-2 with a 5.91 ERA.

The last two All-Star games have stayed under the total, snapping a four-game “over” streak in the midsummer classic. Also, the under is 8-3 the last 11 times the game has been played in an American League ballpark, though the last two in A.L. yards – at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago in 2003 and Comerica Park in Detroit in 2005 – were double-digit shootouts that flew over the total.

ATS ADVANTAGE: AMERICAN LEAGUE and UNDER

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Pick: Phoenix -3.5

San Antonio has been about as good as it gets at home posting an 11-1 mark, but they certainly haven't been eye-opening on the road where they are just 4-6. Overall they have played a soft schedule on the road, as they have only had three of their 10 games against winning teams. Their road wins have come over teams with a combined 26-53 record. Even with a league's best mark (15-7), the jury is still out on this team. The Silver Stars still have two games left with LA, two left with Connecticut and a game against Detroit, so the schedule gets much tougher down the stretch. The Mercury has spent a lot of time on the road, but will play nine of their next 11 at home hoping to move up in the standings. They played San Antonio tough on the road losing by just five points, but after shooting just 2-15 in the second quarter they never recovered. That kind of drought doesn't happen to this team at home. Couple that fact with as bad as San Antonio has been on the road against mediocre competition, and we will ride the Mercury here.

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Play: Phoenix Mercury   

Ai Simulator 3* graded play on Phoenix (WNBA) – AiS shows a 70% probability that Phoenix will win this game by 4 or more points. Supporting this graded play is a system that has gone 50-19 making 29.1 units since 1997. Play on home favorites after failing to cover 5 or 6 of their last 7 against the spread and with a winning percentage of between 40-49% on the season. Here is a 2nd system that has gone 26-6 for 81% since 2002. Play on home favorites after failing to cover 5 or 6 of their last 7 against the spread and with a losing record after 15 or more games. This will a high scoring affair and AiS shows an 88% probability that Phoenix will allow 78 points or more in this game. Note that this “poor defensive performance” places them into a very strong role for the ATS win. Phoenix is 10-1 ATS (+8.9 Units) when they allow 78 to 82 points in a game over the last 2 seasons. Take Phoenix. 

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AMERICAN LEAGUE -142

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NATIONAL LEAGUE +132

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MLB-NL/AL Over 10 -110

WNBA-Connecticut -6.5

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American League -150

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The Reverse Barometer! Always play the OTHER SIDE of my game writeup.  ;D

National League vs American League
Play NATIONAL LEAGUE +132

First of all, let me say that I'm NOT GOING TO WATCH tonight's game because I'm boycotting the broadcast. Why? Because the MLB hierarchy has decided that the winner of this game gets home field advantage in the World Series. What an ABSOLUTE BUNCH OF GARBAGE! The team with the BEST REGULAR SEASON RECORD should be awarded HFA for the championship of ANY SPORT – it's as simple as that! If you're going to pursue some other hare-brained notion about how to decide HFA, why not give it to the circuit that came out on top in the year's INTERLEAGUE PLAY? That decision would go to the American League, who took no prisoners when facing off with its NL opponents, rolling to an impressive 130-76 record! But to base such a valuable commodity on the outcome of a single game – especially one that isn't much more than a fan popularity contest – is LUDICROUS! Okay, that's enough ranting for now... I'm siding with the American League because of their TOTAL DOMINANCE in 2008 Interleague competition – so that means your play is on THE NATIONAL LEAGUE.

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