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1* Free Play Minnesota Twins.Editors Note: Wow! To say AAA Sports is "ON FIRE" would be a LUDICROUS understatement! After going 3-0 (100%) with his MLB on Wed, he's now on a BLISTERING 15-2 (88%) run at the ballpark since last week! For the season he's a SMOKING 115-85 +$9,983 MLB YTD! He is 12-3 +$6,838 L7 days ALL, +$10,401 L31 days ALL! INSANE!
I think the home side offers good value in the opener of this four game set. Minnesota turns to Phil Hughes (10-6, 4.06 ERA) who is a pedestrian 3-3 with a 6.34 ERA over his last six starts. The last time he faced the White Sox he gave up four runs over five frames while not receiving a decision in a 10-9 victory in Chicago on April 3rd; note though, Hughes owned a minuscule 1.34 ERA vs. Chicago lifetime previous to that somewhat shaky outing. The visitors counter with Hector Noesi (4-7, 5.21 ERA) who gave up four runs over seven frames in a 5-4 setback at Minnesota on June 20th, lucky to escape with the no-decision. The Twins swept a four game set in this series at Target Field from June 19-22 and all signs point to another rout in my opinion as Hughes gets the slight nod on the bump and that’s more than enough to tip the scales in our favor; consider a second look at MINNESOTA in this one.
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