Let's hope we have clean frames for today's closers and Lets Get 60!
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Cubs @ Pirates (-167): The Pirates are looking for the sweep today and hopefully it won't be heart attack style like the first two games. There is a distinct pitching advantage for the Bucs as Way-Rod takes to mound against the Cub's Hammel who has not had a good spring and is already on the trading block for a prospect. I see the Pirates' bats waking up today and putting lots of runs on the board.
Cards @ Reds (-110): At first look this is a tough matchup for the Reds starter Homer Bailey but he has done surprisingly well against the Cards especially at home. Lynn the Cards stater is not trust worthy.
Rockies @ Marlins OVER (7.5): We know the Rockies can produce runs especially since Car-Gone's road stats are better than at home. Both teams are rolling out unproven pitchers and that means either its a slug-fest or a lopsided game. Either way I see more than 7 runs being scored.
Royals @ Tigers (-154): Detroit paid big money to get Sanchez who could easily be an ace on half the MLB teams out there. He's up against a promising rookie for KC. I see Sanchez outlasting the rookie and the Tiger's bats getting to KC's bullpen before Sanchez runs out of gas.
Nationals (-130) @ Mets: I pulled the trigger on this before learning that Zimmerman was scratched. I'm not recommending this play to anyone. All I can hope for is the Mets to be the Mets.
Jays @ Rays (-148): The Ray's Chris Archer takes the mound and has done very well against the Jays lineup. In three starts last year has a 1.65 ERA holding Bautista and Encarnacion to 1-14. The Rays have a very good chance of getting the win today.
Good Luck All!