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MLB Handicapper Free Betting Pick: Milwaukee Brewers at New York Yankees

07.07.2017     08:16 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC

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Milwaukee (Guerra) +180 at New York (Montgomery) O/U 10.5
Recommendation: Milwaukee

The Milwaukee Brewers have vaulted to the top of the NL Central division thanks to a recent 7-1 streak. They scored 4+ runs six times during that span and have also blistered southpaws all season long to the tune of over 5 runs per game. They face a lefty tonight in New York’s Jordan Montgomery who has pitched well this season but can at times be prone to the long ball having allowed six over his last four starts. Hitting dingers is what Milwaukee does best with 133 on the year; second only to the powerful Houston Astros (138). But perhaps most concerning for the Yankees is not Montgomery but their problematic bullpen with Dellin Betances, Adam Warren and even closer Aroldis Chapman all struggling to nail things down in the latter innings of late. Milwaukee’s Junior Guerra doesn’t have the type of seasonal numbers that suggest he’ll thrive in an American League park. But the young righty’s stats are somewhat skewed due to a poor start (8 ERs, 4 HRs) at Cincinnati. Outside of that outing, he’s been solid having Read more



Tags: MLB Milwaukee Brewers New York Yankees Ian Cameron




MLB Betting Podcast 7-7-2017 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Erin Rynning

07.07.2017     07:28 AM     Printer Friendly
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Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Erin Rynning. ER and host Andrew Lange talked tonight's MLB card.

Today's segments
Erin Rynning - MLB

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.


ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: MLB Erin Rynning Andrew Lange




Sports Betting Podcast 7-6-2017 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Ian Cameron

07.06.2017     09:53 AM     Printer Friendly
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Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Teddy Covers and Ian Cameron. Teddy and host Andrew Lange talked tonight's MLB card while Ian broke down the CFL Week 3.

Today's segments
Full Show - MLB and CFL

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ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: MLB CFL Teddy Covers Ian Cameron Andrew Lange




MLB Betting Podcast 7-5-2017 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Erin Rynning

07.05.2017     03:11 PM     Printer Friendly
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Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Erin Rynning. ER and host Andrew Lange talked tonight's MLB card.

Today's segments
Erin Rynning - MLB

To listen to past shows, be sure to visit our Sportsmemo Podcast Homepage.


ITunes users can subscribe to the show by searching "Sportsmemo" in the podcast directory.




Tags: MLB Erin Rynning Andrew Lange




MLB Handicapper Free Betting Pick: Boston Red Sox at Texas Rangers

07.05.2017     12:33 PM     Drew Martin     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Drew Martin

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Boston (Fister) at Texas (Cashner)
Recommendation: Over 6 1st 5-innings

There a reason this 5-inning total is sitting at 6: Two above average offenses that rank in the top four in runs scores in the American League going up against two very suspect starting pitchers in a ballpark that has a tendency to play "small" during the summer months.

Boston's Doug Fister has been serviceable since being called (11 IP, 6 ERs) up but the 33-year-old veteran wasn't pitching in The Show for a reason. After parlaying his success in Detroit for a big pay day in Washington, Fister's stuff started to diminish. North of 30-years-old, Fister was then shipped to the Astros and thus the American League where he was pounded around throughout the 2016 season (4.64 ERA, 32 starts). The Red Sox are hoping he can chew up a few starts but it's not likely he'll produce much long term.

On the other side is Andrew Cashner, who after a strong April and May, saw his numbers skyrocket. While only recording 22 IP in June, Cashner gave up 33 hits. Cashner's new pitch-to-contact style got him through the first two months of the season but his stats Read more



Tags: MLB Boston Red Sox Texas Rangers Drew Martin




MLB Handicapping: Atlanta Braves' schedule about to get difficult

07.05.2017     10:18 AM     Printer Friendly
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According to ESPN's MLB Relative Index, the Atlanta Braves -- and the rest of the NL East -- have played six of the eight easiest schedules. Atlanta is particularly noteworthy because on the surface, 40-42 is a pretty respectable record for a team projected to win around 73-74 games. But it's important to note that despite that "easy" slate, they've been outscored by 48 runs. Couple that will a far more daunting schedule over the next month and it's easy to conclude the Braves are going to start trending in the wrong direction. Tonight, they close a quick two-game series vs. Houston (lost Game 1, 16-4). Check out the slate heading into August.

at Washington (4 games)
vs. Arizona (3 games)
vs. Chicago Cubs (3 games)
at LA Dodgers (4 games)
at Arizona (3 games)
at Philadelphia (4 games)
vs. LA Dodgers (3 games)

But blindly betting against the Braves (+5 units YTD) during that span could be tricky. They've on average been priced as +117 underdogs and that's with the aforementioned "soft" schedule. Bettors looking to fade the Braves will be faced with plenty of -180 or more price tags moving forward.




Tags: MLB Atlanta Braves




MLB Gambling News: League tries to pawn off offensive spike on randomness

07.05.2017     08:39 AM     Printer Friendly
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Look, we live in an era of bullshit. Bullshit on TV, bullshit online, bullshit pretty much everywhere. So it should come as no surprise than MLB has provided us with a bunch of bullshit "answers" to why this dude has 24 home runs prior to the All-Star Break.


"The baseball in use today tests well within the established guidelines on every key performance metric. Furthermore, there is no evidence that the composition of the ball has changed in any way that would lead to a meaningful impact on on-field play." 






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MLB Handicapper Free Betting Pick: Kansas City Royals at Seattle Mariners

07.03.2017     08:45 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno

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Kansas City (Kennedy) +130 at Seattle (Moore) O/U 9
Recommendation: Kansas City

Kansas City’s push to 41-40 and second place in the AL Central Division has been an absolute jackpot for anyone who saw it coming. Over their last 21 games, the Royals have gone 15-6 and produced a hefty profit of +9.37 units. During this current stretch, Ian Kennedy has taken the hill four times with the team going 4-0 resulting in +4.64 units. The numbers have been good for Kennedy in this streak (2.70 ERA, 0.81 WHIP, 19-4 K/BB ratio and only 29 total bases allowed). Home Runs have been problematic for the fly ball prone veteran and but he’s limited the damage of late allowing four solo shots over his last 23.1 IP. Seattle has a potent and dangerous lineup but it figures to be somewhat diminished tonight with clean-up hitter Nelson Cruz nursing a knee injury.

Taking the mound for the M’s will be 23-year-old rookie Andrew Moore whose first career start came 11 days ago on June 22. In that contest he threw seven quality innings against Detroit giving up just three runs and six hits. The 100-pitch effort saw Moore register six Read more



Tags: MLB Kansas City Royals Seattle Mariners Rob Veno




MLB Handicapper Free Betting Pick: New York Yankees at Houston Astros

06.30.2017     10:37 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers

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New York (Pineda) at Houston (McCullers) -165 O/U 8
Recommendation: Houston

The Astros are 12-2 in Lance McCullers 14 previous starts this season, making him #2 in MLB in profitability among big league starters this year, behind only Clayton Kershaw. And there’s absolutely no reason to think that McCullers won’t be a bet-on hurler against the Yankees again tonight.

McCullers dominated this lineup in the Bronx last month, throwing six strong innings of four hit shutout ball. This isn’t new or different – McCullers advanced metric numbers are right there with Chris Sale and Alex Wood, two of the best pitchers in baseball this year. With a strikeout rate of more than 11 K’s per nine innings and a ground ball rate of higher than 60%, McCullers is in truly elite territory. Pitching behind one of the most potent lineups in baseball (21 runs in their just concluded three game set against the A’s), with a rock solid bullpen to close out the game behind him, McCullers is in prime positon to continue his winning ways.

Michael Pineda has one fatal flaw that has doomed him to mediocrity Read more



Tags: MLB New York Yankees Houston Astros Teddy Covers




MLB Handicapper Free Betting Pick: Boston Red Sox at Toronto Blue Jays

06.30.2017     10:33 AM     Otto Sports     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Otto Sports

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Boston (Fister) at Toronto (Estrada) -135 O/U 9.5
Recommendation: Under

The last two seasons have been nothing but "extremes" for Toronto's Marco Estrada. In 2016, he pitched to a 3.48 ERA but given his high fly ball rate, was somewhat fortunate to allow only 23 home runs. This year, Estrada's K rate is up, walk rate down, but ERA hovering around 5.00 thanks to a .333 BABIP. If you look at Estrada's career numbers, because he surrenders so many fly ball outs, his BABIP is always amongst the lowest in MLB. So while Estrada's ERA is a run and a half higher than last season, he’s arguably pitched better. Note than one of his best starts of the season came against Boston: 6 IP, 0 ER, 7 Ks. Doug Fister was signed out of necessity due to various injuries to Boston's starting staff. After a career year in 2014 (2.41 ERA), Fister, like a lot of arms north of 30, began to decline. And it made it especially tough for him when he moved from Washington to Houston where last season he finished with a 4.64 ERA and even higher 4.75 FIP. Fister however made a positive impression in his first start -- a favorable one -- where he went 6 Read more



Tags: MLB Boston Red Sox Toronto Blue Jays OTTO Sports



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