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Posted: 9/28/2011 12:41:51 PM
2011 MLB Record:
197 - 155 @ 56% for +22.83 Units




Wed 09/28

#1: UNDER 8.5 TOR/CHW -115

Humber is very good against lefties with a 3.60 xFIP and 3.29 K/BB. Jays' lineup has 6 lefties in there. Morrow is a quality pitcher who's allowed 6 hits and 0 ER's in his last 2 starts, 15 innings. Neither one of these 2 teams has a double digit hit game in their last 6 averaging a combined total of 5.5 runs. Cool, rainy weather in Chicago today and I expect another low-scoring contest.

#2: Texas Rangers -144
Tigers own a tie-breaker so Rangers don't want to lose this game as they currently have a 1-game lead for the #2 seed in the AL. I expect them to have their regular lineup in this one as they'll be facing a rookie who's allowed 8 ER's and 3 HR's in his first 9 innings of MLB work. Richards pulled his groin the first time he tried to face Texas this year...he won't be so lucky today.

More plays to come... Waiting for lineups, etc.


Good luck fellas.

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Good luck Bodio.  
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Best of Luck

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Posted: 9/28/2011 12:51:16 PM

God I;m glad to see you're also on that under.

Rangers I also like.

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bro,,dont you like toronto also?? 
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:01:12 PM
Cincinnati Reds 79-82 (49%) @ New York Mets 76-85 (47%)

E. Volquez, starting for Cincinnati Reds, has a FIP of 5.38 (#229 in MLB), xFIP of 4.14 (#133 in MLB), and tERA of 5.8 (#222 in MLB), with a BABIP of .297, LOB% of 69%, and E-F of 0.46. He has a K/BB ratio of 1.55, with a WHIP of 1.61, and opponent BA of .254. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 18%, GB%: 52%, FB%: 30% for a 1.72 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 21%.

M. Batista, starting for New York Mets, has a FIP of 4.49 (#170 in MLB), xFIP of 5.6 (#247 in MLB), and tERA of 5.98 (#225 in MLB), with a BABIP of .286, LOB% of 76%, and E-F of -0.79. He has a K/BB ratio of 0.64, with a WHIP of 1.59, and opponent BA of .254. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 24%, GB%: 42%, FB%: 34% for a 1.24 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 4%.

Cincinnati Reds have the #25 bullpen, #10 offense, and are rated #3 in fielding. They have a road record of 37-43 (46%), ranked #18 in MLB and have Won 3 in a row.

New York Mets have the #16 bullpen, #10 offense, and are rated #30 in fielding. They have a home record of 33-47 (41%), ranked #27 in MLB and have Lost 3 in a row.



Odds: CIN -116 (54%) NYM +109 (48%) O/U = 8.5

Lean: none
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Colorado Rockies 72-89 (45%) @ San Francisco Giants 86-75 (53%)

D. Pomeranz, starting for Colorado Rockies, has a FIP of 2.86 (#9 in MLB), xFIP of 3.85 (#87 in MLB), and tERA of 3.41 (#27 in MLB), with a BABIP of .342, LOB% of 58%, and E-F of 2.82. He has a K/BB ratio of 2, with a WHIP of 1.42, and opponent BA of .271. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 11%, GB%: 67%, FB%: 22% for a 3 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 0%.

E. SURKAMP, starting for San Francisco Giants, has a FIP of 4.89 (#212 in MLB), xFIP of 5.89 (#255 in MLB), and tERA of 6.23 (#232 in MLB), with a BABIP of .307, LOB% of 67%, and E-F of 0.43. He has a K/BB ratio of 0.67, with a WHIP of 1.77, and opponent BA of .279. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 27%, GB%: 35%, FB%: 38% for a 0.93 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 4%.

Colorado Rockies have the #14 bullpen, #7 offense, and are rated #20 in fielding. They have a road record of 34-46 (43%), ranked #23 in MLB and have Lost 2 in a row.

San Francisco Giants have the #2 bullpen, #27 offense, and are rated #10 in fielding. They have a home record of 46-34 (58%), ranked #8 in MLB and have Won 2 in a row.



Odds: COL +128 (44%) SFG -136 (58%) O/U = 7.5

Lean: Rockies
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Washington Nationals 79-81 (49%) @ Florida Marlins 72-89 (45%)

S. Strasburg, starting for Washington Nationals, has a FIP of 1.47 (#2 in MLB), xFIP of 2.79 (#5 in MLB), and tERA of 2.58 (#6 in MLB), with a BABIP of .259, LOB% of 64%, and E-F of 0.53. He has a K/BB ratio of 14, with a WHIP of 0.78, and opponent BA of .206. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 24%, GB%: 34%, FB%: 42% for a 0.81 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 0%.

C. Volstad, starting for Florida Marlins, has a FIP of 4.39 (#159 in MLB), xFIP of 3.66 (#55 in MLB), and tERA of 4.99 (#176 in MLB), with a BABIP of .314, LOB% of 69%, and E-F of 0.57. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.38, with a WHIP of 1.45, and opponent BA of .284. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 20%, GB%: 52%, FB%: 28% for a 1.84 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 16%.

Washington Nationals have the #10 bullpen, #23 offense, and are rated #22 in fielding. They have a road record of 35-45 (44%), ranked #22 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.

Florida Marlins have the #9 bullpen, #20 offense, and are rated #17 in fielding. They have a home record of 31-46 (40%), ranked #28 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.



Odds: WSN -143 (59%) FLA +135 (43%) O/U = 7

Lean: Nats
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Philadelphia Phillies 101-60 (63%) @ Atlanta Braves 89-72 (55%)

J. Blanton, starting for Philadelphia Phillies, has a FIP of 3.79 (#83 in MLB), xFIP of 3.4 (#30 in MLB), and tERA of 4.03 (#77 in MLB), with a BABIP of .356, LOB% of 69%, and E-F of 1.41. He has a K/BB ratio of 3, with a WHIP of 1.51, and opponent BA of .309. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 18%, GB%: 54%, FB%: 28% for a 1.91 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 15%.

T. Hudson, starting for Atlanta Braves, has a FIP of 3.42 (#43 in MLB), xFIP of 3.49 (#32 in MLB), and tERA of 3.72 (#46 in MLB), with a BABIP of .273, LOB% of 72%, and E-F of -0.19. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.8, with a WHIP of 1.14, and opponent BA of .232. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 18%, GB%: 57%, FB%: 25% for a 2.23 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 9%.

Philadelphia Phillies have the #20 bullpen, #14 offense, and are rated #18 in fielding. They have a road record of 49-31 (61%), ranked #1 in MLB and have Won 3 in a row.

Atlanta Braves have the #1 bullpen, #22 offense, and are rated #25 in fielding. They have a home record of 47-33 (59%), ranked #7 in MLB and have Lost 4 in a row.



Odds: PHI +178 (36%) ATL -190 (66%) O/U = 8

Lean: UNDER
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St Louis Cardinals 89-72 (55%) @ Houston Astros 56-105 (35%)

C. Carpenter, starting for St Louis Cardinals, has a FIP of 3.14 (#20 in MLB), xFIP of 3.38 (#28 in MLB), and tERA of 3.98 (#68 in MLB), with a BABIP of .317, LOB% of 73%, and E-F of 0.44. He has a K/BB ratio of 3.33, with a WHIP of 1.29, and opponent BA of .266. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 22%, GB%: 50%, FB%: 28% for a 1.78 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 11%.

B. Myers, starting for Houston Astros, has a FIP of 4.28 (#143 in MLB), xFIP of 3.76 (#71 in MLB), and tERA of 4.4 (#112 in MLB), with a BABIP of .288, LOB% of 72%, and E-F of 0.03. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.75, with a WHIP of 1.29, and opponent BA of .26. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 18%, GB%: 47%, FB%: 35% for a 1.36 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 14%.

St Louis Cardinals have the #19 bullpen, #5 offense, and are rated #26 in fielding. They have a road record of 44-36 (55%), ranked #5 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.

Houston Astros have the #26 bullpen, #24 offense, and are rated #23 in fielding. They have a home record of 31-49 (39%), ranked #30 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.



Odds: STL -177 (64%) HOU +166 (38%) O/U = 7.5

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Pittsburgh Pirates 72-89 (45%) @ Milwaukee Brewers 95-66 (59%)

J. Locke, starting for Pittsburgh Pirates, has a FIP of 4.84 (#206 in MLB), xFIP of 6.32 (#261 in MLB), and tERA of 7.11 (#249 in MLB), with a BABIP of .327, LOB% of 72%, and E-F of 0.14. He has a K/BB ratio of 0.25, with a WHIP of 1.89, and opponent BA of .314. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 38%, GB%: 38%, FB%: 24% for a 1.57 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 0%.

Z. Greinke, starting for Milwaukee Brewers, has a FIP of 3 (#14 in MLB), xFIP of 2.55 (#2 in MLB), and tERA of 3.51 (#33 in MLB), with a BABIP of .32, LOB% of 70%, and E-F of 0.85. He has a K/BB ratio of 4.48, with a WHIP of 1.21, and opponent BA of .242. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 22%, GB%: 47%, FB%: 31% for a 1.52 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 13%.

Pittsburgh Pirates have the #13 bullpen, #26 offense, and are rated #19 in fielding. They have a road record of 36-44 (45%), ranked #19 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.

Milwaukee Brewers have the #3 bullpen, #8 offense, and are rated #8 in fielding. They have a home record of 56-24 (70%), ranked #1 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.



Odds: PIT +187 (35%) MIL -200 (67%) O/U = 8.5

Lean: none
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Chicago Cubs 71-90 (44%) @ San Diego Padres 70-91 (44%)

R. Dempster, starting for Chicago Cubs, has a FIP of 3.81 (#85 in MLB), xFIP of 3.69 (#60 in MLB), and tERA of 4.43 (#121 in MLB), with a BABIP of .323, LOB% of 72%, and E-F of 0.73. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.36, with a WHIP of 1.43, and opponent BA of .264. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 21%, GB%: 44%, FB%: 35% for a 1.25 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 11%.

W. LeBlanc, starting for San Diego Padres, has a FIP of 4.03 (#109 in MLB), xFIP of 4.21 (#144 in MLB), and tERA of 5.58 (#213 in MLB), with a BABIP of .312, LOB% of 68%, and E-F of 0.8. He has a K/BB ratio of 1.85, with a WHIP of 1.44, and opponent BA of .276. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 34%, GB%: 31%, FB%: 36% for a 0.85 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 8%.

Chicago Cubs have the #14 bullpen, #14 offense, and are rated #21 in fielding. They have a road record of 32-48 (40%), ranked #24 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.

San Diego Padres have the #8 bullpen, #29 offense, and are rated #9 in fielding. They have a home record of 34-46 (43%), ranked #26 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.



Odds: CHC -111 (53%) SDP +105 (49%) O/U = 6.5

Lean: Cubs
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Los Angeles Dodgers 81-79 (51%) @ Arizona Diamondbacks 94-67 (58%)

T. Lilly, starting for Los Angeles Dodgers, has a FIP of 4.27 (#139 in MLB), xFIP of 4.02 (#111 in MLB), and tERA of 4.35 (#107 in MLB), with a BABIP of .264, LOB% of 74%, and E-F of -0.15. He has a K/BB ratio of 3.06, with a WHIP of 1.18, and opponent BA of .236. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 20%, GB%: 34%, FB%: 46% for a 0.73 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 11%.

J. Saunders, starting for Arizona Diamondbacks, has a FIP of 4.77 (#198 in MLB), xFIP of 4.38 (#164 in MLB), and tERA of 5.68 (#218 in MLB), with a BABIP of .269, LOB% of 78%, and E-F of -1.18. He has a K/BB ratio of 1.58, with a WHIP of 1.3, and opponent BA of .258. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 21%, GB%: 44%, FB%: 35% for a 1.24 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 12%.

Los Angeles Dodgers have the #5 bullpen, #21 offense, and are rated #12 in fielding. They have a road record of 39-40 (49%), ranked #14 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.

Arizona Diamondbacks have the #12 bullpen, #12 offense, and are rated #1 in fielding. They have a home record of 51-29 (64%), ranked #5 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.



Odds: LAD +111 (47%) ARI -118 (54%) O/U = 8.5

Lean: OVER
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Toronto Blue Jays 80-81 (50%) @ Chicago White Sox 79-82 (49%)

B. Morrow, starting for Toronto Blue Jays, has a FIP of 3.58 (#56 in MLB), xFIP of 3.51 (#34 in MLB), and tERA of 4 (#73 in MLB), with a BABIP of .299, LOB% of 64%, and E-F of 1.2. He has a K/BB ratio of 3.06, with a WHIP of 1.28, and opponent BA of .233. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 23%, GB%: 36%, FB%: 42% for a 0.85 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 10%.

P. Humber, starting for Chicago White Sox, has a FIP of 3.61 (#59 in MLB), xFIP of 3.84 (#84 in MLB), and tERA of 3.78 (#51 in MLB), with a BABIP of .277, LOB% of 71%, and E-F of 0.18. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.97, with a WHIP of 1.18, and opponent BA of .244. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 17%, GB%: 47%, FB%: 37% for a 1.26 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 7%.

Toronto Blue Jays have the #23 bullpen, #9 offense, and are rated #24 in fielding. They have a road record of 38-42 (48%), ranked #17 in MLB and have Lost 4 in a row.

Chicago White Sox have the #6 bullpen, #19 offense, and are rated #13 in fielding. They have a home record of 36-44 (45%), ranked #24 in MLB and have Won 2 in a row.



Odds: TOR -124 (55%) CHW +117 (46%) O/U = 8.5

Lean: UNDER
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Cleveland Indians 80-81 (50%) @ Detroit Tigers 94-67 (58%)

Z. McAllister, starting for Cleveland Indians, has a FIP of 3.89 (#95 in MLB), xFIP of 4.25 (#151 in MLB), and tERA of 5.51 (#211 in MLB), with a BABIP of .413, LOB% of 45%, and E-F of 4.64. He has a K/BB ratio of 1.67, with a WHIP of 2.05, and opponent BA of .351. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 32%, GB%: 38%, FB%: 30% for a 1.29 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 7%.

R. Porcello, starting for Detroit Tigers, has a FIP of 4.1 (#119 in MLB), xFIP of 4.04 (#119 in MLB), and tERA of 4.45 (#124 in MLB), with a BABIP of .317, LOB% of 68%, and E-F of 0.65. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.27, with a WHIP of 1.41, and opponent BA of .29. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 19%, GB%: 51%, FB%: 31% for a 1.67 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 10%.

Cleveland Indians have the #17 bullpen, #18 offense, and are rated #28 in fielding. They have a road record of 36-44 (45%), ranked #19 in MLB and have Lost 3 in a row.

Detroit Tigers have the #22 bullpen, #4 offense, and are rated #16 in fielding. They have a home record of 49-31 (61%), ranked #6 in MLB and have Won 3 in a row.



Odds: CLE +154 (39%) DET -164 (62%) O/U = 9.5

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Boston Red Sox 90-71 (56%) @ Baltimore Orioles 68-93 (42%)

J. Lester, starting for Boston Red Sox, has a FIP of 3.77 (#78 in MLB), xFIP of 3.6 (#46 in MLB), and tERA of 3.85 (#59 in MLB), with a BABIP of .288, LOB% of 78%, and E-F of -0.28. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.49, with a WHIP of 1.25, and opponent BA of .234. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 16%, GB%: 50%, FB%: 34% for a 1.46 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 11%.

A. Simon, starting for Baltimore Orioles, has a FIP of 4.47 (#166 in MLB), xFIP of 4.18 (#140 in MLB), and tERA of 5.06 (#181 in MLB), with a BABIP of .308, LOB% of 69%, and E-F of 0.43. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.13, with a WHIP of 1.41, and opponent BA of .276. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 20%, GB%: 42%, FB%: 38% for a 1.12 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 10%.

Boston Red Sox have the #7 bullpen, #1 offense, and are rated #2 in fielding. They have a road record of 45-35 (56%), ranked #2 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.

Baltimore Orioles have the #28 bullpen, #13 offense, and are rated #29 in fielding. They have a home record of 38-42 (48%), ranked #21 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.



Odds: BOS -182 (65%) BAL +171 (37%) O/U = 9

Lean: Orioles
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Kansas City Royals 71-90 (44%) @ Minnesota Twins 62-99 (39%)

B. Chen, starting for Kansas City Royals, has a FIP of 4.47 (#166 in MLB), xFIP of 4.68 (#203 in MLB), and tERA of 4.74 (#156 in MLB), with a BABIP of .278, LOB% of 74%, and E-F of -0.49. He has a K/BB ratio of 1.94, with a WHIP of 1.31, and opponent BA of .255. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 20%, GB%: 35%, FB%: 45% for a 0.79 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 9%.

C. Pavano, starting for Minnesota Twins, has a FIP of 4.17 (#130 in MLB), xFIP of 4.15 (#136 in MLB), and tERA of 4.42 (#116 in MLB), with a BABIP of .31, LOB% of 67%, and E-F of 0.31. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.48, with a WHIP of 1.39, and opponent BA of .293. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 18%, GB%: 50%, FB%: 31% for a 1.62 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 10%.

Kansas City Royals have the #24 bullpen, #6 offense, and are rated #14 in fielding. They have a road record of 31-49 (39%), ranked #25 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.

Minnesota Twins have the #29 bullpen, #27 offense, and are rated #11 in fielding. They have a home record of 32-48 (40%), ranked #29 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.



Odds: KCR -113 (53%) MIN +106 (49%) O/U = 8

Lean: none
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Texas Rangers 95-66 (59%) @ LAA Angels 86-75 (53%)

M. Harrison, starting for Texas Rangers, has a FIP of 3.56 (#54 in MLB), xFIP of 3.87 (#91 in MLB), and tERA of 4.16 (#88 in MLB), with a BABIP of .295, LOB% of 72%, and E-F of -0.07. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.18, with a WHIP of 1.3, and opponent BA of .255. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 21%, GB%: 47%, FB%: 32% for a 1.46 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 8%.

G. RICHARDS, starting for LAA Angels, has a FIP of 7.96 (#259 in MLB), xFIP of 4.48 (#182 in MLB), and tERA of 10.49 (#265 in MLB), with a BABIP of .286, LOB% of 42%, and E-F of 1.57. He has a K/BB ratio of 1, with a WHIP of 1.76, and opponent BA of .32. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 32%, GB%: 52%, FB%: 16% for a 3.2 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 40%.

Texas Rangers have the #30 bullpen, #3 offense, and are rated #7 in fielding. They have a road record of 43-37 (54%), ranked #7 in MLB and have Won 5 in a row.

LAA Angels have the #20 bullpen, #14 offense, and are rated #5 in fielding. They have a home record of 45-35 (56%), ranked #10 in MLB and have Lost 3 in a row.



Odds: TEX -137 (58%) LAA +129 (44%) O/U = 8.5

Lean: Rangers
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Oakland Athletics 73-88 (45%) @ Seattle Mariners 67-94 (42%)

G. Gonzalez, starting for Oakland Athletics, has a FIP of 3.73 (#74 in MLB), xFIP of 3.78 (#75 in MLB), and tERA of 3.82 (#56 in MLB), with a BABIP of .291, LOB% of 77%, and E-F of -0.48. He has a K/BB ratio of 2.11, with a WHIP of 1.35, and opponent BA of .234. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 19%, GB%: 48%, FB%: 33% for a 1.43 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 9%.

A. Vasquez, starting for Seattle Mariners, has a FIP of 9.28 (#262 in MLB), xFIP of 5.63 (#249 in MLB), and tERA of 9.41 (#263 in MLB), with a BABIP of .303, LOB% of 58%, and E-F of -0.39. He has a K/BB ratio of 1.2, with a WHIP of 1.9, and opponent BA of .341. His batted-ball peripherals are: LD%: 25%, GB%: 36%, FB%: 39% for a 0.92 GB/FB ratio, and a HR/FB of 24%.

Oakland Athletics have the #11 bullpen, #25 offense, and are rated #27 in fielding. They have a road record of 30-50 (38%), ranked #26 in MLB and have Won 1 in a row.

Seattle Mariners have the #18 bullpen, #30 offense, and are rated #15 in fielding. They have a home record of 39-44 (47%), ranked #22 in MLB and have Lost 1 in a row.



Odds: OAK -165 (62%) SEA +155 (39%) O/U = 7.5

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QUOTE Originally Posted by luiko1:

bro,,dont you like toronto also?? 

No.  Hit or miss.  I didn't realize how bad this Toronto lineup really is after all their injuries.  UNDER is a better play IMO
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What about the tigers? They have beaten the Indians 22 of 26 at home, including 7-1 this season.
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Anyone thinks that Baltimore will win today?
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:09:45 PM
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What about the tigers? They have beaten the Indians 22 of 26 at home, including 7-1 this season.

Don't like the way Porcello has been pitching lately.  18 hits in his last 2 starts.
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:10:16 PM
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No.  Hit or miss.  I didn't realize how bad this Toronto lineup really is after all their injuries.  UNDER is a better play IMO

Yeah, that was an ugly lineup they trotted out yesterday. After watching the first couple of innings I was kicking myself for not taking the under instead. Alvarez did his part from the pitching end.

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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:10:28 PM
wow ,,,i think something like that could happen,,, but after see Simon i have to think twice and go back,,,is pass for me
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:11:57 PM
bod under went to 8 still a play??
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:13:56 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by P4P:

Yeah, that was an ugly lineup they trotted out yesterday. After watching the first couple of innings I was kicking myself for not taking the under instead. Alvarez did his part from the pitching end.


yeah he sure did.  The interesting part is that Toronto got at least 1 guy on base in 8 out of 9 innings.  They had 2 double-plays and just couldn't get that one hit.  A bit unlucky. 
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:14:30 PM
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wow ,,,i think something like that could happen,,, but after see Simon i have to think twice and go back,,,is pass for me

Waiting for lineups but I wouldn't be surprised if Baltimore won today.  Should be interesting 
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:15:35 PM
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bod under went to 8 still a play??

8?  I still see 8.5 everywhere.
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:18:37 PM
Bodio what do you think about the OVER in the Giants/Rockies game with Surkamp now pitching?
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Posted: 9/28/2011 1:20:05 PM
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Anyone thinks that Baltimore will win today?

The offenses are about equal right now. Lester on 3 days rest doesn't scare me. Simon on the other hand...

Someone obviously saw value on the O's though as the line is just plummeting. It's moved almost 35 cents since the opener.

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