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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Today's Line - Closer Meltdowns

Thankfully my 4-2 record last night did not fall victim to the 5 games where the closer gave up a tie or lead. This is one of the most frustrating parts about betting baseball; you give up big odds for an ace and they pitch a gem but the closer pukes all over the mound and it's either lost or you have to sweat extra innings.

Let's hope we have clean frames for today's closers and Lets Get 60!

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MLB:


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!
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