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NBA Playoffs: 6/09

NBA Finals: Game 3
LA Lakers - Orlando 9:05 ET ABC
Amway Arena - Orlando, FL

Over 198 LA Lakers - Orlando 9:05 ET 2 Units
Parlay:LAL ML (+180) & Over 198Risk 1 Unit to win 4.35 Units
It's now or never for the Magic at home in game 3 after getting swept in LA and they know it. We're looking for Orlando to take advantage of a tired Lakers defense operating on just one days' rest after also flying cross country. Remember, it takes tremendous energy to play with the defensive intensity the Lakers have been (LA held Orlando to just 75 and 88 points in games 1 and 2 (4 quarters). The Lakers will also have no problem playing a more open game tonight because now, with home court advantage still intact, LA can open things up and take some chances as there's no pressure on them. After watching the intensity the Lakers are playing with early in this series, a sweep wouldn't be surprising at all to us.

Be sure to check back here at the half as there's a good chance we'll be releasing something then as well. With our LA ML parlay paying over 4 units for our 1 unit risk, depending on the HT score we may be in the position for a hedge.

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MLB: 6/09
7 plays total risk 5.75 units

Over 8 Runs (-110) LA Angels (Weaver) / Tampa Bay (Shields) 7:05 ET 1 Unit
Over 9.5 Runs (Even) Seattle (Vargas) / Baltimore(Bergesen) 7:05 ET 1 Unit
Kansas City (Bannister) +190 / Cleveland (Lee) 7:05 ET 0.5/Unit
NY Yankees (Burnett) +126 / Boston (Beckett) 7:10 ET 1.25 Units
Chicago WS - Detroit 3 Plays Total Risk 2 Units
Chicago WS (Buehrle) -1.5 Runs (+115) / Detroit (Willis) 8:10 ET 1 Unit
Over 9.5 Runs (Even) Chicago WS (Buehrle) / Detroit (Willis) 0.5/Unit
Parlay: Chicago WS ML -165 & Over 9.5 Runs Risk 0.5/Unit to win 1.10 Units
It doesn't look to us like Dontrell Willis is going to get it together anytime soon. The 27 year old once rookie sensation for the Florida Marlins has been suffering an anxiety disorder for quite some time now which caused him to miss most of last year and the beginning of this season. Willis hasn't been right since leaving Florida where he won 68 games in 5 seasons for the Marlins including 14-6 in his rookie year leading Florida to it's 2nd World Series Championship. In his 5 starts this season, Willis has pitched 25 innings with an ERA of almost 7 and a WHIP of 1.64. The Tigers are 1-4 overall in those 5 games. In his most recent outing, Dontrell got tagged for 5 ER's in 2.1 innings. We see more of the same from this once great lefty tonight in Chicago.

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Wiseguys just hit #915 San Diego UNDER.
Wiseguys just hit #929 Minnesota UNDER.
Wiseguys just hit #907 Pittsburgh.
#901 Cincinnati played by some sharps offshore.

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*300 Houston Astros +113
*200 Baltimore Orioles -128
*200 Orlando Magic -4

Street Rosenthal is Over 80% Winners in MLB
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2* Cincinnati Reds -119
One of the HOTTEST MLB Capper Right Now!
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Your to fast for me today Bio  ;D

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Boston w/Beckett -135 7:10 EST

I am the One
Trying to keep up to you !!!

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Been Hammered today at work and been behind all day  big_smile

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OAK +100 vs MIN

Regulars know I had the A's over the Twins last night and should have guessed I was likely to come right back with them here, considering the circumstances and the "unbelievable" price (more on that later!). Minnesota's road woes continued last night (an understatement), as the A's overcame a three-run deficit to win 4-3. The Twins have now lost 14 of their last 17 away from the Metrodome and are 7-19 away from home on the season. At minus-$1,049 vs the moneyline, the Twins have lost more money on the road than all but the sad-sack Nationals (minus-$1,202) in 2009. Meanwhile, the A's, who are batting an AL-low .239 as a team, have won seven straight games with last night's win. The team's inexperienced pitching staff has been outstanding during this current streak, posting a 1.43 ERA and their starters are a perfect 7-0! Even more impressively, the bats have come 'alive,' scoring 42 runs (six per game) in the surge. Brett Anderson is one of four rookies in Oakland's rotation and the lefty looks to build off his best outing of the season (and by definition, his career). He allowed just six hits and struck out four in seven innings of a 7-0 win over the White Sox last Thursday afternoon. He is now 3-1 with a 3.52 ERA in his last four starts (ERA is 1.42 in the three wins!) after posting a 6.03 ERA while losing four of his first six starts. Even better, as I pointed out last night, the Twins have been just dreadful (another understatement) vs lefties, in all situations other than at home in night games, where they are 8-1 (averaging 6.8 RPG). In home day games vs left-handers, the Twins are 0-2, averaging 1.5 RPG. On the road, they are 0-5 in day games (averaging 1.6 RPG) and at night, are 0-5 (averaging 3.2 RPG). So except in night games at home vs lefties, the Twins are 0-12 vs lefties in all other situations, averaging 2.25 RPG. Add that to Minnesota's consistent road woes and why would anyone want to take them here? Surely it can't be because Scott Baker is on the hill? Baker went 11-4 with a 3.45 ERA last year in 28 starts (team was 17-11) and he was expected to be the team's 'ace' in 2009. That hasn't been the case. He wasn't 100 percent healthy coming out of spring training and his first start was delayed until April 15. He opened very poorly, going 0-4 with a 9.15 ERA. He's come around somewhat in his last six starts (3-2 with a 4.15 ERA) but his season mark is still just 3-6 with a 5.88 ERA (team is 4-6).The A's opened minus-$1.30 on Monday and by game time had been bet up to over minus-$1.50. So why is today's game around pick'em? Oddsmaker's Error 15* Oak A's.


SFG -115 vs ARI

Randy Johnson was asking too much of himself. He beacame MLB's 24th 300-game winner last Thursday but then came back yesterday on just three days rest and lost 4-0 at Florida. He didn't pitch all that poorly (5 IP / 7 hits / 3 ERs) but the Giants managed just three hits and didn't score, so it wouldn't have mattered how well he had pitched. Matt Cain, Johnson's teammate this year, knows that feeling, although things have been much different for him in 2009. Most people think of Cain as San Fran's "hard luck pitcher" but that's changed in 2009. Cain went 13-12 as a rookie in 2006, posting a 4.15 ERA. He then lowered that ERA to 3.64 in 2007, plus allowed only 173 hits in 200 innings. However, he went just 7-16 that season and even worse, the Giants were 9-23 in his starts, going minus-$1,803 vs the moneyline (worst of any starter in MLB that year). He posted another solid ERA last year (3.76) but again went just 8-14, as the Giants were 14-20. However, 2009 has been different. He's been on "the winning side" of a couple early season rallies and then these last six games, has left little to chance. Cain is 5-0 with a 1.60 ERA over his last six starts (Giants are 6-0), upping his season mark to 7-1 with a team-best 2.27 ERA in 11 starts (team is 8-3). Believe it or not, but a win tonight will tie Cain with Jason Marquis for the most wins in the NL (eight). The Giants are just 11-18 on the road this year but they are 4-2 on this current road trip. The better news is that they will be playing at Arizona, where the D'backs have lost NINE of their last 13. At 25-33, Arizona owns the second-worst record in the NL, as well as the senior circuit's second-lowest team batting average (.243). The Giants are not an offensive juggernaut but the D'backs are allowing 5.90 RPG here in Chase Field. Getting the start for Arizona is Billy Buckner. Buckner made seven appearances (five starts) with KC in '07 (1-2. 5.29 ERA) and last year made 10 appearances (zero starts) with the D'backs. He made his first start of '09 on May 22 at Oakland, winning 2-1 (7.1 IP / 5 hits / 1 ER). He was knocked around in his second start (5 IP / 7 hits / 5 ERs) at home vs the Padres (owners of MLB's lowest team BA at .235), before pitching six scoreless innings (allowing four hits and two walks with five strikeouts) in a 3-2 win at Dodger Stadium on June 1. He is 2-1 with a 5.24 ERA) and gets his first start against the Giants tonight. However, because of an off day last Thursdayfor teh D'backs, he's had seven days off since his last start. Here's a young guy looking to "find a groove" and I doubt the extra-rest will be a plus. The D'backs are last in the NL West, already 13 1/2 games back of the Dodgers, while going just 11-18 vs division rivals in 2009. Meanwhile, the Giants are 29-27 this year (in second place!), after going 72-90 (in 2008) and 71-91 (in 2007). With a red-hot Cain on the mound, who is now pitching with confidence as the team is finally supporting him, the Giants are the play. Las Vegas Insider 15* SF Giants.

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