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MLB Handicapping: Trip to Australia results in injuries for Dodgers and D-Backs

04.03.2014     08:23 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Maybe a coincidence but likely not as the early season trip to Australia has resulted in a number of injuries for the Diamondbacks and Dodgers. Arizona's Patrick Corbin and David Hernandez both blew out their elbows while LA's Clayton Kershaw and Brian Wilson are also on the shelf. Keep in mind not only were the Dodgers forced to start the season early but they also played 10 postseason games. LA is off to a 4-1 start but its best pitcher is on the DL.

"Then they're asking us to come back and play before anybody else plays, move our schedule up a day?" Honeycutt said. "That doesn't make any sense, either."

Tags: MLB Los Angeles Dodgers Arizona Diamondbacks

MLB Betting Alert: Washington's Zimmermann scratched, Roark his replacement

04.03.2014     08:13 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Washington (Roark) -115 at NY Mets (Wheeler) O/U 7

One pitching change of note for this afternoon with Washington's Jordan Zimmermann (flu) scratched for Tanner Roark. Zimmermann may throw tomorrow if he feels better, if not Taylor Jordan will get the nod.

Tags: MLB Washington Nationals New York Mets

MLB Handicapping: FanGraphs features in-game odds

04.02.2014     08:44 AM     Printer Friendly
Baseball bettors should have a ton of fun with this. FanGraphs will be offering in-game odds this season. Perhaps a useful tool for those who make in-game wagers. Below is an example of last night's San Francisco-Arizona. After taking an early 4-0 lead, the Giants were 82.7% to win the game. The Diamondbacks however scored five unanswered to win 5-4.




Tags: MLB

MLB Handicapping: Philadelphia's Sandberg keying in on game-by-game matchups

04.02.2014     05:54 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
First-year Philadelphia Phillies manager Ryne Sandberg has already shown the willingness to tinker with his lineup and more importantly, take advantage of certain matchups. For example, Ryan Howard had batted cleanup for over four straight years and yet Sandberg dropped him down to fifth the other day because of the matchup.

“I like the lineup against the left-handed pitcher,” Sandberg said. “Every lefty is different, but for this lefty, I like this lineup with the balance. Byrd had a good year last year against left-handed pitching, so I bumped him up. I have (Carlos) Ruiz behind Howard for protection, and right-handed bats in the bottom of the lineup. I like to play the whole roster and get everybody in.”

Tags: MLB Philadelphia Phillies

Sports Betting Podcast 4-1-2013 with Handicapper Rob Veno

04.01.2014     09:04 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Rob Veno. Rob and host Andrew Lange broke down today's enitre MLB slate.

Today's segments
Rob Veno - MLB Every Game on the Board

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 Rob Veno

MLB Handicapping: New York's Sabathia to rely on craftiness

04.01.2014     06:34 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Article from last week that tries to downplay CC Sabathia's continued lack of velocity. He pitched well during spring training but one opposing scout had him throwing 86-88 mph. And rumor has it he's trying to incorporate a cutter – the ultimate sign that the fastball is no longer there. Sabathia finished 2013 with a career-worst 4.78 ERA. He gets the nod tonight at Houston.

"The quality of his games doesn't necessarily correlate with how hard he's throwing that day,'' Martin said. "He's been a pitcher with power, he's always been a pitcher. He's never relied solely on overpowering people. He's always pitched, and that's why he's been one of the best of the best.''

"I don't think there's any doubt he's going to get back to where he needs to be, regardless of the velocity,'' said Chris Stewart, who caught Sabathia a combined 33 times in 2012 and 2013. "He's smart enough, he works hard enough to get the job done.''

Tags: MLB New York Yankees Houston Astros

MLB Handicapping: 2014 Umpire Crews

03.31.2014     10:46 AM     Printer Friendly
Here are this year's MLB umpire crews courtesy of


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MLB Gambling: The Chicago Cubs are down -250 units over the last 15 years

03.31.2014     10:19 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
One of Sportsmemo’s favorite blogs gets a reboot: A look at the Chicago Cubs’ unmatched ineptitude from a betting perspective. Enjoy!

In 1999, Chicago finished the season ranked #30 out of 30 MLB teams in profitability, -27.5 units with their 67-95 record.

In 2000, the Cubs finished the season ranked #30 out of 30 MLB teams in profitability, -28 units with their 65-97 record.

In 2001, the Cubs won 88 games and finished the season ranked #8 in profitability, but only banked +3 units for the campaign.

In 2002, the Cubs went 67-95 and finished the season ranked #30 out of 30 MLB teams in profitability, a woeful -47.5 units!

In 2003, despite their 88-74 record, Chicago finished ranked #20, -9.5 units

In 2004, the 89-73 Cubs finished -20 units, ranked #27 in MLB -- that's hard to do with a team 16 games over .500!

In 2005, the Cubs went 79-83, good for a #22 ranking, -15 units.

In 2006, the Cubs went 66-96 and once again ranked #30 out of 30 teams; -24.5 units.

In 2007, the Cubs went 85-79 but still were -10 units, ranked #18 in terms of profitablity.

In 2008, Chicago went 97-64 and Read more

Tags: MLB Chicago Cubs

MLB Betting News: Pitchers adding and tweeking new pitches

03.31.2014     10:10 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Great article on pitchers who are working on specific pitches in their repertoire as well as adding new pitches. For example, Oakland's Sonny Gray, who last year threw hard, hardest, and hardest, is working on adding a change-up as a way to keep left-handed hitters in check.

Tags: MLB

MLB Handicapper Free Play: St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds

03.31.2014     06:18 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
St. Louis (Wainwright) at Cincinnati (Cueto) +115 O/U 7
Recommendation: Cincinnati

I have no hesitation fading Adam Wainwright at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.  This park and this opponent has been a house of horrors for Wainwright in recent years, despite his Cy Young caliber overall campaigns.
In two starts against the Reds after the All Star break last year, Wainwright got clobbered both times: eight innings pitched, 17 hits and 15 earned runs allowed.  He notched only one win in four tries against Cincinnati for the season.  In 2012, wainwright had an ERA above 5.00 versus the Reds, again, notching only a single win against a divisional rival.
It’s surely worth noting that Wainwright got lit up at Arizona on opening day last year, allowing eleven hits and four runs in six innings of work.  Wainwright went 0-3 in April 2012, finishing the month with a 7.32 ERA as the Cards lost all four of his Read more

Tags: MLB St. Louis Cardinals Cincinnati Reds Teddy Covers


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