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MLB Betting Podcast 5-27-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers

05.27.2015     10:14 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wedneday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicapper Teddy Covers. Teddy and host Andrew Lange broke down tonight's MLB card.

Today's segments
Teddy Covers - MLB Night Games

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Tags: MLB Teddy Covers Andrew Lange

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs

05.27.2015     09:07 AM     Rob Veno     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Rob Veno blog entry.
Washington (Scherzer) -110 at Chicago (Lester) O/U 6.5
Recommendation: Washington

This is obviously a great pitching matchup but not such a great matchup for Chicago's offense. While Washington shows barely any difference in their lefty/righty splits, Chicago owns a sizable .046 point gap posting a .235 batting average vs. righties and .271 vs. lefties. While that aspect of tonight’s game shows a statistical edge for the Nationals, it’s nothing compared to the expected advantage starter Max Scherzer will have over the Cubs lineup. Scherzer’s overpowering strikeout style (74 K in 64.2 IP) is a lousy fit for Chicago’s strikeout prone offense which leads MLB with 437 total whiffs. The young trio of Jorge Soler, Kris Bryant, and Addison Russell have combined to strikeout 154 times. Of their everyday starters, only Anthony Rizzo (K every 13.6 AB) and Starling Castro (K every 5.1 AB) do not own an AB/K ratio of 4.2:1 or worse. Hard not to project Scherzer for double-digit strikeouts here and at least seven innings since he only threw 96 pitches in his last outing. Also notable is the fact that Scherzer’s three HRs allowed in Read more

Tags: MLB Washington Nationals Chicago Cubs Rob Veno

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Atlanta Braves at Los Angeles Dodgers

05.26.2015     11:47 AM     Drew Martin     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Drew Martin blog entry.
Atlanta (Teheran) +220 at Los Angeles (Kershaw)
Recommendation: Atlanta

The Braves look to even up the series with the Dodgers in Chavez Ravine tonight as they face the NL West leading Los Angeles Dodgers. If this pitching matchup was in either of the past two years it would be one of the most hyped pitching duels of the season. Instead we get a 2-3 Kershaw sporting an ERA north of 4.00 taking on the Braves ace Julio Tehran with a FIP currently at 4.96. The Dodgers are a MLB best 20-6 at home this season and are sending the reigning Cy Young award winner to the hill tonight, thus commanding the -240 price tag. Until last night’s 8th inning which featured three home runs, the Dodgers had been in a bit of an offensive lull the six games prior, posting a record of 2-4 and averaging 1.17 runs per game. In Kershaw’s last three outings the advanced metrics have not been pretty, allowing a line drive rate above 25% in all three games, topping out in his last start yielding a 38% vs. the Giants. Tehran did not have the best start to the season but has since found his rhythm in each of his last two starts posting a 1.59 ERA and a 1.29 ERA. Tehran Read more

Tags: MLB Atlanta Braves Los Angeles Dodgers Drew Martin

MLB Betting Podcast 5-26-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning

05.26.2015     11:38 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning. Ian, Erin, and host Andrew Lange broke down today's MLB card.

Today's segments
Full Show

Ian Cameron - National League

Erin Rynning - American League

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Tags: MLB Ian Cameron Erin Rynning Andrew Lange

MLB Gambling Trends: High totals at Wrigley continue to cash unders

05.26.2015     09:40 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Some food for thought with wind-blowing-out totals at Wrigley Field. At the start of the 2010 season, totals of 10 or higher cashed 10 straight overs. But since then -- particularly the last two-plus seasons -- it's been an under bettors' dream. After the 10-0 O/U run, totals at Wrigley of 10 or higher are 14-30 O/U. Since 2013 they are 3-10 O/U. And this season all three double-digit totals have gone under. Note that those three games weren't even close with only 4.7 runs per game. Tonight's total opened 10.5 but was bet down to 10. Game time temps are expected to be in the mid-70's with the wind blowing out to center 10-15 mph.

Tags: MLB Chicago Cubs Washington Nationals

MLB Handicapping: Cincinnati Reds continue to stink up the joint

05.26.2015     09:25 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
The Cincinnati Reds enter tonight's game vs. Colorado on an 8-game losing streak; something head coach Bryan Price isn't pleased about. They're getting some play in the betting markets with the price now -120 after opening -110.

"We saved our very worst when we needed our best," Price said. "It was the worst game of the series, the worst game of the road trip, the worst game of the season. We needed a good game and we didn't show up today. I apologize for anybody that drove up from Cincinnati to come out and watch us play because this was brutal.

"That was brutal. We're all brutal right now."



Tags: MLB Cincinnati Reds Colorado Rockies

MLB Handicapping: Red Sox pitchers improve under Willis' watch

05.25.2015     08:05 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Don't get carried away but since Boston brought in new pitching coach Carl Willis, the staff as a whole has enjoyed a decent amount of improvement. There's was really no where to go but up but in 15 games under Willis’ watch, the staff ERA is 3.57. Prior to that it was around 5.00. One of the biggest upswings has been Wade Miley who over his last three outings has allowed only three runs. Similar situation with today's starter, Joe Kelly, who coughed up five rf more runs in four straight games but has since buckled down with back-to-back quality starts.

"He's trying to get his arms around the bigger picture with each individual guy," said Red Sox manager John Farrell. "He's about making gradual changes and sudden changes, not to come in like he's the white knight and he's just going to make immediate changes with everyone. I think you risk losing credibility with an individual if you do that. He's establishing relationships."

"It then becomes a question of what's going on here [with

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Tags: MLB Boston Red Sox

MLB Handicapper Free Play: New York Mets at Pittsburgh Pirates

05.23.2015     07:58 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
New York (Harvey) at Pittsburgh (Burnett) -110 O/U 6.5
Recommendation: Under

We'll continue to get involved with New York Mets ace Matt Harvey as today we take a look at the under for his start against Pittsburgh. Last week I mentioned that Harvey was using his slider more now that he's built up strength from last year's arm injury. Over his last two outings he's used his slider more than 22% of the time and absolutely dominated the opposition with 15 innings of scoreless baseball and 19 strikeouts. He should be good to go against a Pirates team that out of 15 National League teams ranks 12th in runs scored and 13th in slugging. The Mets may also be walking into a buzzsaw as AJ Burnett continues to churn out upper-tier numbers. He's yet to allow more than two earned runs in a start and while his path thus far (1.38 ERA) is unsustainable, at home, against light-hitting New York, I project another quality performance. After storming out of the gates, the Mets have come back down to earth with a 9-11 record in May. The pitching remains solid but offensively, not so much, with really poor .230/.291/.349/.639 splits this month. Wind not expected to be a Read more

Tags: MLB New York Mets Pittsburgh Pirates Andrew Lange

MLB Betting Podcast 5-22-2015 with Sportsmemo Handicappers Erin Rynning and Rob Veno

05.22.2015     11:33 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Friday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured Sportsmemo Handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning. Rob, Teddy, and host Andrew Lange broke down today's entire MLB card.

Today's segments
Full Show

Rob Veno - National League

Erin Rynning - American League and Interleague

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Tags: MLB Rob Veno Erin Rynning Andrew Lange

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox

05.22.2015     11:29 AM     ICC     Printer Friendly
Submitted by ICC blog entry.
Minnesota (Hughes) +110 at Chicago (Samardzija) O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Minnesota

My clients and I cashed an underdog winner earlier this week with the Minnesota Twins and I’m more than willing to come right back and endorse them tonight. There is something to be said about momentum in baseball and the Minnesota Twins have it right now after winning 14 of their last 19 games. As for tonight’s two starters, I don’t see a whole lot of difference between Phil Hughes and Jeff Samardzija. Both have had ups and downs and battled inconsistency however Hughes is at least feeling some positive momentum having gone 7 innings while yielding only 2 runs on 5 hits against Tampa Bay his last time out. Hughes allowed just 3 runs in 6 innings in his prior start against the White Sox and his overall numbers when facing the current White Sox roster are solid as he’s allowed a collective .250 batting average. Hughes once again shows a sparkling 35-5 K-to-BB ratio. His biggest knock is the 10 home runs allowed in 51 IP but he should be aided by what expects to be cooler temps and a slight wind in front left field. On the flip side, the Chicago Read more

Tags: MLB Minnesota Twins Chicago White Sox Ian Cameron


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