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Posted: 4/24/2013 2:01:36 AM

Away:  Colorado [14-7 SU]
Home:  Arizona [12-9 SU]

Game Time: 9:40 PM
Stadium: Chase Field

Recent Meetings:
04/21/13 - ARI 5 vs. COL 4
04/20/13 - ARI 3 vs. COL 4
04/19/13 - ARI 1 vs. COL 3

Team Leaders:

Colorado:
Home Runs: N/A
Batting Avg: N/A
Stolen Bases: N/A

Arizona:
Home Runs: N/A
Batting Avg: N/A
Stolen Bases: N/A

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Posted: 4/25/2013 3:18:48 PM
From Logan on Covers:

Arizona Diamondbacks (.119 BA vs. LHP – 28th)

Arizona is in the mix in the National League West thanks to great two-way baseball. The Diamondbacks rank eighth in team ERA (3.43) and 10th in runs per game, averaging 4.62 runs on .251 hitting. The offensive production takes a serious dip versus lefties. 

The D-backs have totaled just 20 of their overall 97 runs off left-handed hurlers (20.6 percent) which has led to a dismal 3-8 record against LH starters, costing Arizona bettors -2.51 units. It’s also proved profitable for under bettors, with the club going 2-6 over/under when taking on a southpaw starter.
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Posted: 4/25/2013 5:12:09 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by atlheatholder:

From Logan on Covers:

Arizona Diamondbacks (.119 BA vs. LHP – 28th)

Arizona is in the mix in the National League West thanks to great two-way baseball. The Diamondbacks rank eighth in team ERA (3.43) and 10th in runs per game, averaging 4.62 runs on .251 hitting. The offensive production takes a serious dip versus lefties. 

The D-backs have totaled just 20 of their overall 97 runs off left-handed hurlers (20.6 percent) which has led to a dismal 3-8 record against LH starters, costing Arizona bettors -2.51 units. It’s also proved profitable for under bettors, with the club going 2-6 over/under when taking on a southpaw starter.

thanks for that tidbit brotha.. add to that.. Cahill is a bum!
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