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After a near UNPRECEDENTED 72-30-2 (70%) Run in August, how else would you expect Ben Burns to start September?
A 3-0 SWEEP of course!
Now an AWESOME 11-1 L3 days, there's no end in sight when it comes to Burns' winning ways. He has finished "in the black" 8 of the past 9 months, generating well over $80K. Expect September to be no different.
I'm playing on ATLANTA. Cole Hamels and three Phillies relievers combined to no-hit the Braves Monday. But I see the home team bouncing back on Tuesday for the simple fact that I just don't think Philadelphia is a very good team. With Hamels out of their way, look for Atlanta to make a comeback in this series.
Tuesday's starter for the Phillies certainly isn't as strong as Hamels. Kyle Kendrick has a 5.56 road ERA and has allowed four runs in each of his last three starts. I'm really not sure how Kendrick has managed a 4-1 TSR his last five times out. But he's certainly due for a loss. Over his last nine starts overall, Kendrick's ERA is 6.55.
Only twice in his last 10 starts has Kendrick gone more than six innings. He's also had problems keeping the ball in the park. Opponents have homered against him in 8 of his last 10 starts and 11 times total.
Atlanta will go with Mike Minor, who has a 3-0 TSR his last three starts. He has a 1.66 ERA and 0.69 WHIP in them. The Braves have won all three games. While the Braves offense likely rebounds, Minor will take care of the rest. 1* free play
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