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YTD: 18-21 +0.20 units

0-2 yesterday, dropping 2 units. A couple leans..........

Oakland
Seattle

Not a whole lot that I liked at first glance. Will be going thru the card as the day progresses. Insight and comments always welcome. BOL
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GL today
 
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Best of Luck tonight buddy....
 
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Thoughts on why you like Seattle..
 
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armyhog: Seattle has had success vs Darvish. Texas hasn't been scoring all that much of late. I don't hate Saunders, who also has handled Texas in his last couple starts. I think the Mariners win this game enough to warrant a play at this number. Just my 0.02.
 
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tough to fade the Rangers @ home imo

i'm still worried about Anderson's hand or I would be on the A's.  they said it was good to go last start but...  just never know

GL today Jose 
 
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Thanks for the response..good luck...
 
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Stars: Both points you make are a concern. I just think the reward outweighs the risk.

Appreciate the feedback, fellas. Keep it coming. BOL
 
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Rangers haven't been exactly pounding lefties.. you probably do have some value with Saunders @ +185

under may be worth a look also 
 
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I'm on both of those......hope they hit for you JR
 
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GL Jose
 
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I think Under is the safest bet in the Texas game Jose.  I   don't see either pitcher giving an inch here. Texas has been keeping the scores low in games so far this year with only 3 OVERS if I'm correct. Tex/Sea under 8.5 
 
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GL

 
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Best of luck Jose
 
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Good luck Jose!
 
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I am on Tampa tonight... GL on your Seattle bet!
 
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Deviating from my leans. 2 plays...........

Atlanta -125
NYM +100

Like Hudson to quiet the Pirate bats. Homer play on Harvey. Thought it was a weak opener for Strasburg. Out for the night. Good luck, covers.
 
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Like em GL
 
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Gl bro 
 
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Really want to play SD and Seattle. Think I can get a split...........
 
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2 more.........

Seattle +200
San Diego +190

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Really want to play SD and Seattle. Think I can get a split...........

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Exactly why I played both.  GL tonight.
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