If you have never read my wagering strategy I encourage you to do so. Whether or not you adopt is it your choice.
MLB 2012 Regular Season: 363-369 +245.87 Units 6.72% ROI
MLB 2012 Playoffs: 12-9-3 +10.29 Units 14.6% ROI
MLB 2012 @ 1 unit per play = +51.23 Net Units
4.17.2013, 5-3, -+13.55 Units, +33.9% ROI
YTD – 41-39-10, +29.07 Units, +7.42% ROI
5 & 9 Innings – 4/13/13 ALWAYS Specify Pitchers – NO action plays
All plays are 5 Units Flat, unless otherwise noted
Mets F5 (-105) FG (+130) (Niese /
Nothing against Jon Garland here, overall I like his consistency, but the Mutts offense projects much better against him than does the
Diamondbacks F5 (+102) FG (+106) (Corbin / Hughes)
Someone on the board suggested yesterday the D-backs, especially the younger players, were “intimidated” by their visit to Yankee Stadium. That guy needs to get his head on straight as far as I am concerned. Today’s young players, especially the projected stars of tomorrow, are not intimidated by anything. Mike Trout carried the Angels on his back last year, Bryce Harper thinks he belongs in the
9 Inning Totals
Rays-Orioles Under 7.5, -115 (Muchlinski (neutral)-Price-Gonzalez)
When I play an under I have to think of the umpire as part of my “team”, so today my team is Muchinski, Price and Gonzalez versus the offenses of the Rays and Orioles. I think my team has a very clear and decided advantage. The wind should be about 16 mph from right to left at game time and possibly shifting a little more out to left as the game goes on, but I don’t expect the lefty Price to give up any jacks in that direction and the Rays are not likely to take anybody deep in any direction, wind assisted or not.