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There are plenty of opportunities to win big here.
I have eight potential money plays listed as indicated by $$$
This is the type of day
where you play multiple lineups.
We have a 15-game slate, starting at 7:05p and the last first pitch will be thrown at 10:10p
$$$ CWS @WSH: Lopez vs, Strasburg
Notes: I like WSH bats
here. Lopez is pitching to a 6.20 ERA, he DOES have
the motivation of being a former Nat but beyond that, I don’t see much upside .
Strasburg may be a
pitching play here as well. He
has looked good recently and the White Sox don’t offer much resistance.
ATL @ PIT: Lefty vs. Lefty with Fried v Brault
Notes: Fried 7-3 3.19 starting on two extra days rest,
Brault 2-1 5.87 allowed 2 R on 6 H over last 11 IP, has been working with Ray Searage ( PIT pitching coach ).NO PLAY
$$$ NYY @ TOR: Tanaka vs. Richard
I like NYY bats vs
LHP Clayton Richard
$$$ TB @ DET: Snell vs. Carpenter
Notes: LHP Snell 3-4 3.06 is a play here as are some TBB bats.
SFG@NYM: Bumgarner vs.
This would be a pick on game, but SF has shown some life recently and LHP
MadBum is on the mound. He’s never lost to the Mets and has a career 1.69
ERA vs them.
Noah Syndergaard: What if he is off of throwing his slider ? If so, what does that mean? A 98 mph fastball, change and curve are what Giants bats will be seeing. If he can sprinkle that slider in and gain back confidence with that pitch he’ll turn a corner.
San Francisco is in the Top 13 against the FB (but Thor’s is 98 MPH) and they are bottom of the league vs. sliders. PROCEED WITH CAUTION
MIN@CLE: Smeltzer vs. Bieber
Notes: Fun series. Indians may
play with some urgency –
was exciting last time out vs MIL
could use a good outing. NO PLAY
$$$ MIA@MIL: Lopez vs.
Notes: Pick on game especially in that ballpark and with Lopez having split of an 8.26 ERA on the road. I don’t think Brewers hitters will fall victim to the curve ball too much. MIL STACK and Chase Anderson may be a good value play.
COL@CHC: Hoffman vs.
Notes: Trends point to Hendricks pitching well but I see that Murphy and Arenado have good history vs him. PROCEED WITH CAUTION
Notes: Dylan “King Kong” Bundy
vs Drew Smyly. I see the potential for a lot of runs here. Check Vegas Run
total beforehand. Play TEX stack
$$$ BOS@KC: Rodriguez v
Notes: E-ROD LHP
may be a play here, as are BOS bats
CIN@STL: Castillo vs. Cabrera
Notes: Castillo, 5-1 2.45, Cardinals hitters can expect to see a lot of changeups here and they would benefit from working deep counts vs Castillo, but they may not have the luxury of time to do so since Genesis Cabrera is still unproven and may have the Birds in a hole early, IF Cabrera can get his 99 mph fastball going, watch out. NO PLAY
He has yet to allow
more than two runs in a start this season.
LAD bats can beat up
on AZ’s starter too. LAD bats stack.
OAK@LAA: Montas vs. Canning
Notes: Frankie Montas is a guy I have been singing about all year. 3 ERs or less in 10 of 11 starts this year, Canning gave up one run on three hits over six innings against the A’s in his last time out. PROCEED WITH CAUTION
$$$ HOU @ SEA: Miley
Notes:Stick with Astros bats against Sea at home
Notes: Eickhoff has a 8.35 ERA
over past 4 starts.
Chris Paddack Day everyone. He’s at home, where he has a 1.42 ERA and Ks 34% of
the batters he’s faced, plus, he’s pissed about his last start. PROCEED WITH CAUTION