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Posted: 3/3/2012 8:33:30 AM

anyone else thrown off by the oakland win total of 72?   They lose Cahil, Gonzalez, and Bailey and they only are expected to lose 2 fewer games?

Keep in mind, Oakland had a winning record in 2011 against the Angels which I don't think happens this year.  I'm on the Under.

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Posted: 3/3/2012 10:51:07 AM
416bet, I like the way you think.  Interesting points.  Will have to look further into the Oakland under.  Any other leans?
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Posted: 3/3/2012 5:44:40 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by 416bet:

anyone else thrown off by the oakland win total of 72?   They lose Cahil, Gonzalez, and Bailey and they only are expected to lose 2 fewer games?

Keep in mind, Oakland had a winning record in 2011 against the Angels which I don't think happens this year.  I'm on the Under.


Yeah ... The under looks pretty good ... think this team might be one of the Bottom 4 in the Game .....


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Posted: 3/3/2012 8:28:42 PM

Man you're seriously underrating the Jays.

There roster is EASILY better then the one they put out last season in which they finished 81-81. They have a full season of Brett Lawrie vs the scrub called Jason Nix. Cecil has lost 30lbs and in the best shape of his life. Rasmus can really not play any worse then he did when he got to the Jays. The Bullpens is massively upgraded and last season they blew more games then any team in the league. Can you explain to me why you think they're going to take a dip record wise?

Anything can happen but imo there roster is WAY too talented to finish five games under .500. Theres a much better chance they finish 5 games over then 5 games under.

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Posted: 3/3/2012 10:15:40 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Delpo:

Man you're seriously underrating the Jays.

There roster is EASILY better then the one they put out last season in which they finished 81-81. They have a full season of Brett Lawrie vs the scrub called Jason Nix. Cecil has lost 30lbs and in the best shape of his life. Rasmus can really not play any worse then he did when he got to the Jays. The Bullpens is massively upgraded and last season they blew more games then any team in the league. Can you explain to me why you think they're going to take a dip record wise?

Anything can happen but imo there roster is WAY too talented to finish five games under .500. Theres a much better chance they finish 5 games over then 5 games under.


Brother I think u misread ...

I Like the Jays this season

Have been reading your posts on here and clearly you are a Homer , but thats ok .....

i could see them winning 85+ Games ---my Local has them 18-1 to win the East and 13-2 to make the playoffs ... I plan on betting both at some point ... waiting for him to get more NY State Yankee Homer action


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Posted: 3/3/2012 11:44:27 PM

Jays are a solid squad.  Just think theyre division is so tough.  Their division is the reason for the low total, not their talent

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Posted: 3/4/2012 9:26:30 AM
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Originally Posted by jacksup:

416bet, I like the way you think.  Interesting points.  Will have to look further into the Oakland under.  Any other leans?

Definitley will hit up some others, just crunching some numbers and doing some research first.

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