If you have any feedback or suggestions for our Editorial Team, please contact us at Editorial
Posted by habs420 2 years ago
Posted by eldorado 2 years ago
Posted by eliminat0r85 2 years ago
ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE! Power Sports ended April on a MONSTER 32-16 (67%) Run in ALL Sports & is coming off an AWESOME 5-1 Saturday! He has now won 9 of the last 10 days in MLB! 26-13 (67%) MLB Run! +$14,362 NBA Run L15 months (38 Games OVER .500) including 9-4 L13! 35 Games OVER .500 this season in NHL (3-0 w/ Rd 2 sides!) Subscribe today!
1* Oakland (4:05 ET): Not to make a cliched reference, but Houston, you definitely have a problem. What has gone wrong with the Astros? They are now just 7-17 with an AL-worst -33 run differential. Yesterday's shutout loss (2-0) certainly offers no optimism and I see the club getting swept here in Oakland. As I'll explain, it also doesn't help that they'll be facing a lefty this afternoon.
The southpaw in question in Rich Hill. Oakland's starter comes in with a 2.42 ERA through five starts and just tossed seven scoreless innings of four-hit ball his last time out (with 8 K's and zero walks). Even better though is the fact that Houston is 0-4 this season vs. LH starters. The 'Stros were of course shut out Saturday and so far they've totaled only 11 hits in the series.
Houston's bullpen regression from last year, which was to be expected, is the most easily identifiable problem. The team is 3-11 on the road and a big reason for that is the relievers posting a woeful 7.32 ERA and 1.550 WHIP. Sunday's starter Doug Fister offers little in the way of promise himself as he's 0-3 his L3 starts w/ a 5.60 ERA and 1.528 WHIP. Not only has Fister allowed at least one home run in every start this year, but he walked a career-high seven batters his last turn in the rotation. Right now, Houston simply is not a team worth backing. 1* Oakland
Copyright © 1995-