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2014 MLB contest 7/7

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Angels RL +125




EL CUBANO

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milwaukee -120

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Get the line from this link.

http://www.statfox.com/sports-score...me=all&view=all

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7/7

Stl under 7.5

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Miami under 9

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Thanx dogs.
Thanx point.

No internet access all day

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Washington Nationals -180

This is the biggest favorite I've taken in this contest with dogs being most of my selections.

Cubano, how the heck are we supposed to catch you if you never lose any freaking games?

LOL

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philly / brewers under 8

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Intestinal fortitude

It has to be tough listening to the chatter of being sent down to the Triple AAA all week.


Minor 4ip, 9h, 4er, 5so, 12 HR...era in last 7 days 8.31
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Matsuzaka 5ip, 7h, 5er, 5so 2HR...era in last 7 days 9.00

These two guys have had enough time to rest and think about there last ****tty outing. With the talk of bringing a new guy in I expect the best here!


Atlanta Braves U/7.5

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National League

Braves-Mets
Minor is 0-1, 7.52 in his last five starts.
Matsuzaka is 0-3, 6.06 in his last three starts.

Braves won nine of their last ten games.
Mets lost eight of their last eleven games.

Four of last five Minor starts went over total.

Cubs-Reds
Jackson is 1-3, 6.33 in his last five starts.
Leake is 3-1, 3.04 in his last four starts.

Cubs are 0-2 since Samardzija trade, scoring one run; overall, they're 7-3 in last ten road games, but lost last two. .
Cincinnati won four of its last five home games.
Six of last seven Cincinnati games stayed under total.

Phillies-Brewers
Hamels is 0-2, 4.19 in his last three starts.
Estrada is 1-1, 2.92 in his last couple starts.

Philly lost ten of its last twelve games.
Milwaukee lost five of its last six games.

Seven of last eight Estrada starts went over total.

Pirates-Cardinals
Morton is 4-2, 3.55 in his last six starts.
Wainwright is 3-1, 0.93 in his last five starts.

Pirates won 12 of their last 15 games.
St Louis is 5-7 in its last twelve games.
Under is 6-2-1 in Cardinals' last nine home games.

Padres-Rockies
Kennedy is 1-3, 5.46 in his last five starts.
Colorado lost last four Matzek starts (0-2, 4.76).

Padres won five of last seven games, but lost last two.
Colorado lost 17 of its last 20 games.

Under is 12-5-1 in Kennedy starts this season.

Marlins-Diamondbacks
Koehler is 1-1, 1.89 in his last three starts.
Anderson is 0-4, 5.49 in his last four starts.

Miami is 12-7 in its last nineteen road games.
Diamondbacks lost five of their last seven games.

Eight of last ten Arizona games stayed under total.

American League

Bronx-Indians
Greene is making first MLB start; he is 5-2, 4.61 in 13 AAA starts this year. He allowed three unearned runs in 1/3 of an inning in his MLB debut.
Masterson is 0-1, 7.88 in his last four starts.

Bronx Bombers won four of their last five road games.
Indians won four of their last five games.
Under is 6-3-1 in last ten Cleveland games.

Royals-Rays
Former Ray Shields is 0-1, 6.63 in his last three starts.
Former Royal Odorizzi is 2-2, 2.05 in his last five starts.

Royals won 12 of their last 15 road games, but lost last two.
Tampa Bay won 10 of its last 12 games.
Over is 6-2-1 in last nine Tampa Bay games.

White Sox--Red Sox
Carroll is 0-5, 9.60 in his last six starts.
Buchholz is 1-0, 3.29 in two starts since coming off DL.

White Sox won three of their last four games.
Red Sox lost 11 of their last 16 games.

14 of last 18 games at Fenway Park stayed under.

Astros-Rangers
Cosart is 4-1, 3.48 in his last five starts.
Mikolas allowed three runs in 5.1 IP in his first MLB start.

Houston lost 15 of its last 19 games.
Rangers lost seven of their last eight games.
Five of last six Cosart road starts stayed under.

Blue Jays-Angels
Happ is 1-0, 2.45 in his last couple starts.
Angels won last three Weaver starts (2-0, 3.05).

Blue Jays lost nine of their last ten road games.
Angels won 12 of their last 15 games.

Ten of last eleven Toronto games stayed under.

Twins-Mariners
Correia is 2-3, 2.70 in his last five starts.
Iwakuma is 1-1, 6.60 in his last three starts.

Minnesota lost five of its last six games.
Mariners won seven of their last nine games.

Last five Correia starts stayed under the total.

Interleague

Orioles-Nationals
Tillman is 2-0, 2.18 in his last three starts.
Strasburg is 1-2, 5.40 in his last four starts.

Orioles won six of their last seven games.
Washington won seven of its last eight games.

Eight of last eleven Washington games went over.

Giants-A's
Vogelsong is 0-2, 2.07 in his last two starts; Giants scored one run for him.
Chavez is 2-1, 2.00 in his last four home starts.

Giants won four of their last five road games.
Oakland won nine of its last ten home games.

Over is 9-4-1 in Giants' last fourteen games.

Pitchers allowing runs in first inning:
-- Minor 3-12; Matsuzaka 2-7
-- Jackson 7-17; Leake 3-17
-- Hamels 2-14; Estrada 6-17 (3 of last 4)
-- Morton 3-17; Wainwright 3-17
-- Kennedy 5-18; Matzek 1-5
-- Koehler 2-17; Anderson 2-10

-- Greene 0-0; Masterson 4-18
-- Shields 5-18 (3 of last 4); Odorizzi 1-17
-- Carroll 3-7; Buchholz 4-12 (0 of last 5)
-- Cosart 8-17 (3 of last 4); Mikolas 0-1
-- Happ 2-12; Weaver 4-18
-- Correia 4-17; Iwakuma 3-12 (3 of last 5)

-- Tillman 8-18 (8 of last 13); Strasburg 5-18 (1 of last 10)
-- Vogelsong 3-17; Chavez 5-17

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Diamond Trends - Monday
By Vince Akins
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SU TREND OF THE DAY:

The Red Sox are 10-0 since June 29, 2007 as a home favorite after an extra inning loss and it is the first game of a series for a net profit of $1000.

PITCHER TREND OF THE DAY:

When Mike Minor starts the Braves are 10-0 since September 10, 2010 after he had a WHIP of at least 2 his last start for a net profit of $1110.

MLB BIBLE ACTIVE TREND:

The Rockies are 11-1 (+$975) since 2013 as a favorite when they won the last time they faced this starting pitcher that season.

CHOICE TREND:

The Indians are 10-0 since August 12, 2011 as a favorite when their starter went less than four innings in his last start for a net profit of $1000.

ACTIVE TRENDS:

When Kevin Correia starts the Twins are 1-12 since June 25, 2013 in the first game of a series for a net profit of $1030 when playing against.

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MLB Betting Cheat Sheet
By Covers.com

Tim Tames Padres

Something about the San Diego Padres brings out the best in Tim Lincecum, who limited them to one run over 6 1/3 innings as San Francisco (+126) prevailed 5-3 Sunday afternoon. Lincecum is 5-0 in his last five starts versus the Padres - a stretch that includes a pair of no-hitters.

Big Total in Beantown

The Boston Red Sox (-180, 10) stare down their largest total of the season Monday as they host the Chicago White Sox. Boston has been one of the most reliable under bets on the season, going 34-51-3 O/U - including a 16-29-0 mark at Fenway Park.

Tanaka Turnaround?

New York Yankees ace Masahiro Tanaka looks to bounce back Tuesday as he faces off against the Cleveland Indians. Tanaka allowed four runs over seven innings in a victory over Minnesota last time out, snapping his streak of consecutive quality starts to begin his major-league career at 16.

Pitching Notes

Kansas City right-hander James Shields looks to halt a three-game losing skid against the moneyline as he takes on the host Tampa Bay Rays (-122, 7) in a Monday night tilt. Shields has been a strong Over play of late, going 8-1 O/U in his previous nine starts - including 5-0 in his last five road outings.

The Los Angeles Dodgers sent road warrior Hyun-jin Ryu to the hill Tuesday in an interleague encounter in Detroit. Ryu has been one of the most dependable road pitchers in baseball to date, going 6-1 with a 1.62 ERA and a 1-6 O/U record in seven starts away from Dodger Stadium.

Hitting Notes

Houston Astros rookie outfielder George Springer has had an up-and-down start to his major-league career, racking up 17 homers in 268 at-bats but also striking out a whopping 105 times. Houston is 11-5 SU and 9-7 O/U when Springer goes deep entering Monday's game in Texas (-130, 9.5).

Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen is on a tear, recording four multi-hit games in his last five outings to bump his average to .324 - good for fourth in the NL. The Pirates, who are 19-11 SU when McCutchen has more than one hit, visit St. Louis on Tuesday night.

Totals Streak

Toronto Blue Jays (1-7 O/U): The Blue Jays offense continues to sag - scoring just four runs in a four-game sweep at the hands of the Oakland Athletics - and could struggle further with the loss of slugger Edwin Encarnacion to a quad injury. Toronto is now 42-45-3 O/U for the year.

Prop of the Day

The Angels may represent the strongest blowout play of the day at +475 to win by five or more runs. The Toronto offense hasn't done much of anything so far on its West Coast swing, and now faces the daunting task of matching up against a Los Angeles team that has won 19 of its last 21 home games.

Injury Notes

Tampa Bay hurler Jeremy Hellickson will finally make his 2014 debut Tuesday after completing his recovery from elbow surgery. Hellickson went 12-10 with a 5.17 ERA in 32 appearances last season, with the Rays going 18-14 SU and 16-14-2 O/U in those outings.

Toronto first baseman Edwin Encarnacion is expected to miss 2-4 weeks with a strained quadriceps suffered over the weekend in Oakland. The Blue Jays are 14-6 SU and 14-6 O/U in games in which Encarnacion hits a home run.

Weather Watch

Fenway Park faithful should expect wind blowing out to center field at 13 mph for Monday's game between the Red Sox and White Sox. Boston went 4-2 SU and 1-5 O/U in six games under similar conditions in 2013, while teams combined to average 8.5 runs - slightly below the stadium average.

Citi Field will see wind blowing out to right field at 11 mph for Tuesday's showdown between the host New York Mets and the Atlanta Braves. Teams averaged just 6.46 runs while battting .220 in 15 games with the wind blowing out to right last season - well below stadium averages.

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MLB Betting Trends for Series Starting 7/7 and 7/8
By Kyle Hunter

Itís an unusually busy Monday this week for Major League Baseball. 14 seriesí start on Monday night, while there will be one series that kicks off on Tuesday. Plenty of action out there, so there will be more options when looking for that betting value when wagering on baseball early this week. The AL East and NL East races have become very interesting in the past couple weeks. Atlanta and Washington have separated themselves from the pack in a two-team NL East race. In the AL East, there are a bunch of teams with a chance. Stay tuned.

The defending champs just canít get anything going. Boston is 1-5 in their last 6 games, and they are almost out of the picture even in the very winnable AL East. The Red Sox host the White Sox this week. The White Sox are 0-5 in their last 5 games at Fenway. Chicago is 33-69 in their last 102 road games.

Tampa Bay is finally showing some fight, and they want to become a part of the AL East. They have a long road ahead, but thereís always a shot. The Rays are 8-1 in their last 9 games. They host Kansas City, who is 11-4 in their last 15 road games. The Royals are 8-2 in the last 10 meetings between these two.

Torontoís offense has completely fallen apart of late, which is why they arenít leading the AL East anymore. The Blue Jays are now also without Edwin Encarnacion for a couple weeks. Toronto is 0-6 in their last 6 road games. They are 0-7 in their last 7 as an underdog. Theyíll be dogged early and often against the Angels this week. The Angels are 6-1 in the last 7 meetings between these two. The over is 12-3 in the last 15 meetings.

The Padres are 3-9 in their last 12 road games. The Rockies are 5-16 in their last 21 home games. Someone has to win when they get together this week! The under is 8-3 in the last 11 meetings. The Padres are 4-11 in their last 15 games at Coors Field.

Itís a rivalry series in the Bay Area this weekend. Oakland is 9-2 in their last 11 home games vs. the San Francisco Giants. Oakland is 22-6 in their last 28 home games overall. The Aís have some impressive momentum right now with their winning streak and their big trade to shore up the pitching staff. The Giants are just 7-18 in their last 25 games.

The Atlanta Braves are 4-0 in their last 4 road games. They are 7-0 in their last 7 vs. the NL East. Theyíll be in New York to take on the Mets this week. New York is 3-8 in their last 11 games. The Braves are 5-1 in the last 6 meetings between these two.

The Milwaukee Brewers have won six straight contests vs. the Philadelphia Phillies. The Brewers are skidding a bit of late, but they have to be glad to be going home this week. The Phillies are 3-13 in their last 16 games. They are 1-12 in their last 13 vs. a right-handed starter.

The Minnesota Twins are 1-10 in their last 11 road games. Without Joe Mauer this Twins offense is really hurting. The Mariners are 11-4 in their last 15 overall. They are 7-2 in their last 9 home games. The Twin are 2-7 in their last 9 games at Seattle.

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