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Ghana / Iraq Over 3

These two play for third place early on Saturday in the World Cup under 20 tournament. Ghana has reached 4, 1, 5, 6 and 3 goals in their games while Iraq has seen 4, 3, 3, 1, 6 and 2 in theirs. Third place games tend to have plenty of scoring as I have written in previous posts. A 2-1 score gets us a push unless you want to play the over 2.5 or 2.75 (win half the bet with a 2-1 score). Hopefully, we see a 3-2 type of score that wins easily.

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Steve Janus

Los Angeles Angels -102

I like the Angels to knock off King Felix and the Mariners tonight in Seattle. Hernandez is without question one of the best pitchers in the game, but he's had trouble when going up against the Angels. He's just 7-12 with a 4.12 ERA over 32 starts. He's allowed 16 runs on 29 hits over his last three starts vs LA, including 7 runs on 12 hits in his most recent start on June 20. The Angels counter with just as talented of a starter in Jered Weaver, who is heading into the All-Star break on an absolute tear. Weaver has a ridiculous 0.87 ERA and 0.919 WHIP over his last three starts and they have came against some talented offensive clubs in the Red Sox, Cardinals and Tigers. Given the way he's throwing he doesn't need the offense to provide him more than a couple runs to get a W.

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Oakland Athletics -125 Over Boston

They are the two top teams in the American League, titans of the AL East and AL West. Heading into Friday’s action the Red Sox (57-37) owned the most wins in baseball, while the A's (54-38) were 111-64 since July 1 of last year - the best mark in the Major Leagues over that span. The Athletics send A. J. Griffin to the mound against Jon Lester and the Red Sox Saturday evening at the Coliseum. Griffin is a solid 14-3 at home in his career team starts, including 7-0 during the month of July. In addition, Griffin is 2-0 here against Boston. The Red Sox have to be concerned the workload may be wearing on the veteran southpaw Lester, as he regressed in his last outing, allowing the Mariners five runs over five-plus frames Monday. Since May 20 the lefty is 2-5 with a 6.49 ERA in 10 starts. Lester's road ERA this season, 5.75, is more than two and a half runs worse than his home ERA. Boston is 1-4 in Lester's five career starts in this park; look for more of the same this evening. Money Ball at it’s best on display at the O.co Coliseum, where the A's are 28-14 this season.

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Bob Balfe

Angels/Mariners Under 7

Two of the best pitchers in the game face off in a night time showdown. Neither team is good at hitting the ball at night and this looks to me like a 1-0 pitchers duel. Take the Under.

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Brett Atkins

Tonight I want you to play the Cleveland Indians as my freebie over the Kansas City Royals, as the ribe are in a good spot here at home against a struggling Royal team that has lost three straight

Blame Kansas City's lethargic and sketchy offense, which has has dropped three straight by a combined score of 19-5 while failing to score in its last 16 innings, including last night's 3-0 loss to the Indians in the series opener here.

Cleveland has won 13 of 19 when installed as the home favorite and 19 of its last 27 when listed as the chalk. This line isn't too bad to lay, not when we're playing the better team.

Tale Cleveland

2♦ CLEVELAND

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Harry Bondi

MIAMI (-125) over Washington

Some people's eyebrows may raise when they see us grab lowly Miami as a favorite, but this is simply a case where we'll continue to go against Nats starter Dan Haren, who been absolutely horrific. Washington has lost each of the veteran right-hander's last nine starts and in his last three starts, Haren has posted a 7.52 ERA. Meanwhile, Miami starter Jose Fernandez has a sparkling 1.89 ERA in his last three starts and the Fish have won five of his last seven starts. Washington's offense has also struggled all season on the road, averaging just 3.3 runs per game. Take Miami as a rare favorite.

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Scott Delaney

Love the Tigers on the run line against the Texas Rangers, as we're getting Max Scherzer against Derek Holland, and that alone should be enough, as we're getting the winningest pitcher in baseball right now.

I don't see Scherzer losing the momentum he has in his final start before the break, as he'll lock up the starting spot in Tuesday's All-Star game.

Take the Tigers on the Run Line here.

2♦ DETROIT -1.5

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John Ryan

San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres
Prediction: San Diego Padres

The Padres have fallen off the baseball cliff and are falling further and further behind in the mediocre NL West. Yet, even the struggling teams find a bottom in the abyss and the SIM supports that notion completely for today's matchup. The simulator shows a high probability that the Padres will find some way to win this game against the Giants. Supporting this graded play is a proven system posting a 125-53 mark for 70.2% winners since 2007. Play on home teams (SAN DIEGO) that are excellent fielding teams averaging <=0.5 errors/game on the season and after scoring 2 runs or less 2 straight games. The Giants are struggling as well and are just 16-27 (-16.9 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a losing record this season. Last night was a horrid loss for the Padres. However, they are a resilient 9-1 (+8.8 Units) against the money line in home games after a game where the bullpen was hit hard for 4 or more runs over the last 3 seasons. Take the Padres.

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Larry Ness

White Sox vs. Phillies
Pick: Phillies

Not much has gone right for the White Sox in 2013, after the team stayed in the AL Central race for the better part of the 2012 season...
My free play is on the Phi Phillies at 3:05 ET.

Not much has gone right for the White Sox in 2013, after the team stayed in the AL Central race for the better part of the 2012 season, before ending the year three games behind the Tigers. Chicago has had a miserable 2013 season, especially offensively, as the White Sox are second-to-last in all of MLB with 336 runs (3.78 per) plus their .301 on-base percentage and .384 slugging percentage are also near the bottom. However, Chicago just scored 22 runs while taking two of three from AL Central-leading Detroit (Tues-Thur). The White Sox hit .358 for the series and the 22 runs were the most Chicago has scored in a three-game series this year.

As for Philadelphia, the Phillies may be just 46-47 on the season but the team has opened July as if it’s ready to make some ‘noise’ in the second half of 2013. The Phillies opened the month by winning two of three at Pittsburgh (Pirates ended June with MLB’s best record) and have followed by taking two of three at home vs NL East-leading Atlanta and then three of four here in Philly, against the Nationals (owned MLB’s best record in 2012). That’s an impressive stretch and the Phillies now get three more home games this weekend against the White Sox, who are a woeful 17-32 on the road for the season.

That alone would have me on Philly in Game 1 of this doubleheader but the pitching matchup (or should I say mismatch?), has me “all over” the Phillies. Let’s start with Philadelphia rookie Jonathan Pettibone. He comes in 5-3 with a respectable 3.84 ERA over 15 starts, with the Phillies going 10-5. A closer look reveals that while he’s struggled on the road (2-2 with a 5.65 ERA / team is 3-4), he’s been terrific here at home. Pettibone is 3-1 at home in eight starts, posting a 2.45 ERA (more than THREE runs less than his road ERA), while the Phillies have gone 7-1!

Chicago lefty John Danks went 40-31 from 2008-10, posting ERAs of 3.32, 3.77 and 3.72. However, he’s fallen off dramatically since. He fell to 8-12 with a 4.33 ERA in 2011 and then in 2012, was limited to just nine starts (3-4, 5.70 ERA). Danks was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left shoulder strain in late May last year and that injury turned out to be season-ending, as he had surgery on August 6 on his left shoulder to "explore and correct issues" found there. He was hoping to come back in late September, but instead opted towards having the surgery so he could be ready for 2013 spring training.

He didn’t make his 2013 debut until May 24 and he enters this game 2-6 with a 4.31 ERA in nine starts (team is 3-6). Like Pettibone, he’s pitched well at home (2-1 with a 2.22 ERA in four starts / team is 3-1) but he’s been AWFUL on the road. How AWFUL? He’s 0-5 with a 6.43 ERA! That “go-against” is good enough for me, considering Pettibone’s great home record and Chicago’s road woes all season-long!

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Winnipeg +6 over HAMILTON

This line has jumped from -4 to the current -6 and for us, that’s a huge red flag. The thinking is that the Ti-Cats will come in today extremely focused after opening the year 0-2 but we’re not convinced that Hamilton has the horses to win, let alone to cover by a margin. Tiger-Cats receivers, Andy Fantuz, Onrea Jones and Dave Stala are all injured and out of the lineup. All told, Hamilton's starting five receivers have combined for a grand total 1,952 receiving yards in their CFL careers. That is no doubt music to the ears of the veteran defensive backs in the Winnipeg secondary. The Ticats will start their third player at wide-side cornerback in three games on and none of the moves had to be made because of injury. It’s now Raymond Brown’s turn and before the season started, he was the third option. The Tiger-Cats are starting their backup tailback in Chevon Walker, who lost his starting job this year to C.J. Gable. Hamilton has proven nothing. They were torched by Edmonton in Week 2 and they’re in worse shape this week. The Ti-Cats have no running game to speak of and that means Henry Burris is going to have to make a lot of decisions. Under pressure, Burris has been known to make a lot of bad decisions and no doubt he’ll be under some pressure here.

Winnipeg is 1-1 after opening the year with two games against Montreal. As it turns out, Montreal has looked dreadful and that makes the Blue Bombers look less appealing but we’re not buying that for a second. Winnipeg turned the ball over 10 times in the first two games and should be 2-0 with outstanding defensive numbers. The Bombers have a huge edge on both the offensive and defensive lines and should be able to put up some big rushing yards against a defense that can’t stop the marching band. Winnipeg is so undervalued here. They’ve had three more days of preparation than the Ti-Cats, they have confidence and they’re taking back a sweet number. Hamilton has always been a poor favorite and in this spot, they’re a poor choice spotting points again. Upset possibility.


EDMONTON +4 over B.C. Lions

Tough game to call because the Lions have looked completely out of sorts and we’re not sure why. This guest has as much or more talent as any team in the CFL, yet they are 1-1 and have been anything but impressive. The Lions won last week at home against the Argonauts but pretty it was not. They could have buried Toronto early but did not have that killer instinct in them. The Lions were smoiked in Week 1, they let the Argos hang around  in Week 2 and its entirety, B.C.’s performance thus far concerns us. Perhaps they get right this week but we’re not willing to bet on it, especially when asked to spot points on the road.

The Eskies looked brutal in Week 1 but had a complete turnaround in Week 2 and one has to wonder if that was them or are the Tiger-Cats that bad. What we know for sure is that Edmonton is getting better. They have a sound defense that could arguably be the top unit in the CFL. The offense is concerning, especially with a rookie QB making just his third career CFL start. No question Eskies QB Mike Reilly will be extra jacked up to face his former team but he’ll be facing a veteran and talented defense, unlike the one he saw in Hamilton last week. On paper, the Lions are the better team but games are not played on paper. The Lions have not looked sharp enough to get a road endorsement laying points and it’s for that reason we’ll sit this one. The best play of all here could be going under the total of 49 because both offense have struggled and figure to do so again today against two very good defenses. NO BETS

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ARIZONA -1½ +165 over Milwaukee

The Brewers outhit the D-Backs 8-4 last night and lost 2-1. On Thursday night, Milwaukee outhit the Snakes 9-5 and lost 5-3. This visitor has just 15 wins in 44 road games, where it continues to find ways to lose. The Brewers figure to come into this one dejected and looking more forward to the break than playing more baseball. Kyle Lohse is not pitching for the Cardinals anymore. Lohse has five wins in 18 starts after going 16-3 last year for the Redbirds where he significantly outperformed his xERA again. Lohse’s control is legit, but history says not to trust him, especially at this park where he’s been tagged for 15 hits and nine runs over two starts since 2010 with an ERA of 9.00 over just eight frames. Current D-Backs have 34 hits in 103 AB’s (.330) against Lohse so an implosion here would not surprise.

Randall Delgado was mediocre at best in June, at least on the surface (4.05 ERA, 1.50 WHIP). However, his skills were really good with 16 K’s and just four walks in 20 innings to go along with a nice 52% groundball rate.In two July starts against the red-hot Dodgers and Mets, Delgado struck out nine and didn’t walk a batter in 13 frames. Delgado is getting better with each passing start. He has the arsenal and skills to stick in the rotation for a long time. Against the unmotivated Brewers, the price on the D-Backs spotting the runs is appealing enough to step in. D-Backs often put up crooked numbers at home and this one has that potential. 


Houston +216 over TAMPA BAY

It’s not uncommon for a team to lose again the day after snapping a long winning streak. The Rays had just four hits last night as a -260 favorite and now Roberto Hernandez (formerly Fausto Carmona) is almost as big a favorite as David Price. Hernandez has a crazy 21% hr/f with runners on base, the highest mark in that scenario among starting pitchers with at least 50 innings pitched. Hernandez also has a below average 1.32 WHIP and just eight quality starts in 17 attempts this year. There are other warning flags as well. Hernandez is 0-4 in his past five starts with an ERA of 4.96. His strikeouts are decreasing with just 15 over his last 33 frames and over his past two starts, he has a WHIP of 1.61. Hernandez faced the Astros in Houston on July 3 and in six innings he had zero strikeouts. Overall, the Rays have lost six of his last nine starts and if he and the Rays win today, so be it but guys like Hernandez should never be in this price range.

It may surprise you to learn that Dallas Keuchel posted the fifth-best skills of any AL starter in June. Keuchel struck out 28 batters in 27 June innings while walking just five. Those skills gave nearly full support to the 3.00 ERA and 1.22 WHIP he posted that month. The difference has been his slider. He has thrown it 167 times this year and prior to his last start, batters had two extra-base hits and a .250 SLG% against it. Keuchel was whacked by these Rays back in Houston on July 1 but the kid followed that up with a strong performance the next time out in Arlington, where he held the Rangers off the scoreboard for the first five frames. Keuchel is not a great pitcher. He’s found a pitch that is working big time and it remains to be seen how long he can rely on one pitch. However, he’s not the one spotting more than 2-1 and the take-back on him and the Astros make this risk worth the reward. Of course the Astros can win again because Roberto Hernandez loses far more games than he wins.

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Philadelphia -125 Game 1

Break up the Pale Hose. CWS comes off a series win at Detroit in which they scored 22 runs while batting .358 for a 2-1 record the last 3 nights. That is still not going to deter us from fading them in this pitching matchup. Despite those victories, CWS remains on negative slides of 12-29 and 4-11 with one of the worst offenses in the league. That does not figure to get any better in this pitching matchup or vs. a surging Philadelphia team who has won 7/10 to pull within 1 game of .500. I have authored I have taken a look at the all-important home/road splits for MLB pitchers for the 1st half of 2013. Each of these starters are on the list for his respective work home and away. In 5 road starts, both Danks and the White Sox are 0-5 as he has twirled to 6.43 ERA with a .310 OBA. Conversely, Philadelphia is 7-1 in 8 Pettibone home starts in which he has a 2.45 ERA and 1.22 WHIP. Pitching in excellent current form, Pettibone has a 2.35 ERA in his last 4 starts. Look for him to cool off the temporary offensive surge of the White Sox.

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Jeffrey Brandes


Milwaukee vs. Arizona
Play: Under 8

Pitchers:
MILWAUKEE BREWERS: KYLE LOHSE (R) ERA: 3.47 W/L: 5-6
ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS: RANDALL DELGADO (R) ERA: 3.48 W/L: 1-3

The Brewers' KYLE LOHSE is 2-0 with a 2.20 ERA in his last 3 starts. In his last start against

the Reds, he gave up 3 runs in 6 2/3 innings. He faced the D-backs on April 5 He went six

innings, allowing just one run on five hits, striking out five and walking none.

For the D-Backs, RANDALL DELGADO is 1-2 with a 3.32 ERA in his last 3 starts. In his last start

he gave up 3 runs in 6 innings against the Dodgers.

Key Trends:
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Milwaukee's last 5 games
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Milwaukee's last 5 games on the road
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Milwaukee's last 6 games when playing Arizona
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Milwaukee's last 5 games when playing on the road against

Arizona
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Arizona's last 6 games
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Arizona's last 6 games at home

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Boston Red Sox + over Oakland A's

The Red Sox have won four in a row for a strong run on this road trip and Boston continues to produce some of the best offensive numbers in the game, batting .284 and scoring over 5.8 runs per game against right-handed pitching this season. In the last 10 games Boston has hit .291 overall with over six runs scored per game and the Red Sox hammered A.J. Griffin when they faced him earlier this season, getting nine runs in four innings. Griffin has enjoyed a solid season with a 3.94 ERA although his FIP is higher than that and he has posted 91 strikeouts in 114 innings of work. He has allowed four or more runs in five of his last nine outings however and Oakland is just 3-5 in his last eight starts. He has actually pitched slightly worse at home this season. Jon Lester has struggled this season with a 4.60 ERA but Boston is 12-7 behind him, including winning three of his last four starts. Lester has not had many dominant starts but generally has kept his excellent offense in the game. He is still producing excellent strikeout marks and his xFIP of 3.96 suggests he has been a bit unlucky in the first half and could show improved numbers in the coming months. He pitched well against Oakland earlier this season and the A's have been in an offensive slump with a .207 average over the last 10 games and less than 3.6 runs per game. Against left-handed pitching in that span Oakland is scoring less than 3.1 runs per game and for the season the A's have been less productive against southpaws. Boston is 40-26 against right-handed starters this season and while Oakland owns a great home record this is a solid underdog opportunity for the team with the best record in the AL going against an Oakland team that has failed to top three runs scored in seven of the last nine games.

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Ian Cameron

BC @ Edmonton
Play: Under

BC had the CFL’s best defense in 2012 allowing the fewest points of any team. They had an off night in Week 1 against Calgary but the Lions got back to their strong defensive ways last week in an impressive 24-16 home win against the defending Grey Cup champion Toronto Argonauts. They will travel to Edmonton to face an Eskimos offense that is still learning under their new starting QB Mike Reilly. Edmonton’s offense played better in a win against Hamilton last week but they will be taking a big step up in class facing one of the best defenses in the CFL. We saw Edmonton struggle with a strong defense in Week 1 against Saskatchewan where they scored just 18 points and Reilly had an awful 1-3 TD-INT performance. I expect Edmonton’s offense to be in tough to score points in bunches tonight against a great Lions stop unit. Keep in mind Mike Reilly was the backup QB in BC last season before joining Edmonton so the Lions should have a vast understanding and awareness of what to expect from Reilly under center tonight for the Eskimos. BC’s defense is without all-star LB Adam Bighill tonight due to injury but the one position BC has a ton of depth in is linebacker as Anton McKenzie will fill in for Bighill and he is a very capable replacement to team up with Solomon Elimimian in the LB corps.

BC’s offense had a good showing last week against Toronto but they still seem to be struggling with red zone efficiency which is a vital component to totals handicapping in football. When teams are held to FG’s instead of TD’s in opposition territory, it tends to have a major effect on whether a game goes Over or stays Under and in B2B weeks we’ve seen BC sputter to finish off drives with TD’s. The Lions scored an opening drive TD last week but after that they were held to just 10 points until the 4th Qtr because many of their drives stalled in Toronto’s half of the field. QB Travis Lulay is one of the best QB’s in the league but he’s had his share of struggles against Edmonton. The Eskimos held the Lions offense in check in the two games that Lulay started for BC against Edmonton as BC scored just 14 and 19 points in those two meetings against the Eskimos. The strength of Edmonton’s team remains their defense and it showed last week as they regrouped to have a very good showing against a good Hamilton offense holding them to 20 points in last week’s win after a tough Week 1 performance against 3-0 Saskatchewan. Odell Willis who was a major offseason pickup for the Eskimos defensive front had 2 sacks and the defense forced 3 turnovers in last week’s game against Hamilton. BC could also be without one of their top receiving threats as Shawn Gore is still listed as questionable to suit up tonight and will be a game time decision.

The two games between BC and Edmonton last year with Travis Lulay under center for the Lions had final scores of 27-14 and 19-18 which both stayed well Under the total and I expect a similar result to unfold tonight. It’s a low total for CFL standards at 49 but I think it’s warranted and still worth an Under bet.

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Minnesota at New York Yankees
Pick: New York Yankees -144

The Yankees haven't lost in five tries vs. the Twins this season. I think that streak continues this afternoon. Phil Hughes has struggled this season, but he did beat Minnesota. And, over his last three starts he's been very good, posting a 2.37 ERA. The Twins average just 3.6 runs per game on the road and as a result have gone just 16-30. This season Minny is just 13-34 vs. winning teams while the Yankees are 28-18 vs. AL opponents averaging under 4.8 runs per game. Take New York.

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Boston @ Oakland 
Play: Oakland -125

The Boston Red Sox travel to Oakland to take on the A's on Saturday night.  Oakland is 41-17 last 3 years as a home favorite of -125 to -150.  Boston is allowing 6.3 runs per game their past seven games overall where opponents have a combined batting average of .292.  Oakland is allowing only 3.1 runs per game their past seven games overall where they are holding opponents to a combined team batting average of only .226.  Jon Lester is 5-5 with a 5.73 ERA on the road this year.  AJ Griffin is 7-6 with a 3.94 ERA overall this year, 3-2 with a 3.93 ERA at home this season and 2-0 his last 3 starts.  Oakland is 7-2 at home vs Boston the past 3 years.  We'll recommend a small play on Oakland tonight!

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