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MLB Handicapper Free Play: New York Yankees at Seattle Mariners

06.06.2013     10:48 AM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
NY Yankees (Hughes) -120 at Seattle (Harang) O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Over

The Yankees lineup has come back to life since Mark Teixeira and Kevin Youkilis have found their offensive rhythm after extended stints on the DL.  Youkilis notched his first extra base hit since April yesterday, while Teixeira hammered a pair of homers drove in seven runs in New York’s just concluded three-game set against Cleveland.

That’s bad news for Mariners starter Aaron Harang; struggling with the gopher ball again this year.  Harang is 7-1 to the Over in his eight previous starts, and he’s failed to record a single out past the fifth inning in half of those games.  The Mariners bullpen behind him is certainly not in great shape today following yesterday’s brutal 16 inning loss to Chicago.  Don’t be shocked if the Yankees approach this total all by themselves.

Seattle will never be confused with a great offensive team, but Phil Hughes Read more

Tags: MLB New York Yankees Seattle Mariners Teddy Covers

Sports Betting Podcast 6-6-2013 with Handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning

06.06.2013     09:59 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Thursday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Rob Veno and Erin Rynning. Rob broke down the entire MLB card while ER gave his thoughts and opinions on Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

Today's segments
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Rob Veno - MLB Every Game on the Board (Free Play)

Erin Rynning - NBA Finals

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Tags: MLB NBA Rob Veno Erin Rynning

MLB Gambling News: White Sox-Mariners marathon kicks under bettors in the nuts

06.06.2013     06:41 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
In case you missed it, last night's Chicago-Seattle game was hilarious. For starters, no one scored a run until the 14th inning when the White Sox exploded for five runs – a feat they hadn't accomplished in a game since May 26. So up 5-0 heading into the bottom of the 14th, you'd figure this one was over. But we're talking about mid-June baseball and two crappy teams so obviously something crazy was about to take place. Sure enough, the Mariners scored a run, got a bunch of dudes on, and Kyle Seager hit a grand slam to tie the game 5-5. According to FanGraphs, the Mariners had a 0.1% (probably less) of winning after Nick Franklin flied out for the first out in that 5-run 14th. Anyway, fast forward to the 16th, the Sox plated two runs and held on for a 7-5 victory. Note that Chicago closer Addison Reed, who allowed all five runs, also pitched the 15th and 16th innings. Despite never pitching more than an inning in an appearance this season, Reed impressively struck out the side in that final frame – and probably won't throw again for Read more

Tags: MLB Chicago White Sox Seattle Mariners

Sports Betting Podcast 6-5-2013 with Handicappers Ian Cameron, Teddy Covers and Alf Musketa

06.05.2013     10:24 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Wednesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Ian Cameron, Teddy Covers, and Alf Musketa. Ian and Teddy broke down the entire MLB card while Alf talked French Open, the St. Jude Classic, and Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

Today's segments
Full Show

Ian Cameron - National League

Teddy Covers - American League/Interleague

Alf Musketa - Tennis, PGA, NBA

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Tags: MLB PGA NBA Ian Cameron Teddy Covers Alf Musketa

MLB Handicapping: Texas' Ogando returns from DL

06.05.2013     07:39 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Texas (Ogando) at Boston (Lackey) -120 O/U 9

Texas' Alexi Ogando returns to the rotation after a stint on the DL due to biceps tendinitis. In his last start back on May 15, Ogando's fastball velocity was way down. It would probably be best to take a wait-and-see approach with Ogando though we would expect to see an uptick in velocity after the layoff. Due to all of their injuries, the Rangers have been forced to get creative with their rotation – Harrison, Feliz, and Lewis out; Grimm, Tepesch, and Wolf in. Despite allowing 17 runs yesterday, Texas' pitching has been nothing short of stellar with an AL-leading 3.58 ERA.

"I expect him to pick up where he left off, probably with a bigger smile on his face," Rangers pitching coach Mike Maddux said. "He was feeling pretty good about himself, but he had to battle

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Tags: MLB Texas Rangers Boston Red Sox

MLB Gambling Free Pick: New York Mets at Washington Nationals

06.05.2013     07:04 AM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
NY Mets (Gee) at Washington (Haren) -140 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: Under

I was pretty active early in the season in fading New York's Dillon Gee but after a few adjustments, an uptick in velocity, and his best start of the season, perhaps we can jump in a "buy low" on the young right-hander. Last season Gee pitched to a 4.10 ERA and 3.54 xFIP. This year's strikeout and walk numbers are almost identical and his xFIP is a respectable 4.00. He's been a little unlucky with the home run ball (1.42 per 9) and BABIP (.356). Dan Haren was also on my early season fade list and while still NL-average, like Gee, he too has pitched better than his raw numbers (5.09 ERA/4.16 xFIP). Overall I see two mediocre pitchers who are in decent form and have a chance to pitch better than their numbers because of two below average offenses. Since May 1, Washington is hitting .224/.278/.633 and averaging 3.4 runs per game. The Mets own nearly identical splits for the entire season. I’m in with a Read more

Tags: MLB New York Mets Washington Nationals Andrew Lange

MLB Handicapper Free Play: Toronto Blue Jays at San Francisco Giants

06.04.2013     02:36 PM     Teddy Covers     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Teddy Covers blog entry.
Toronto (Johnson) at San Francisco (Lincecum) -120 O/U 7.5
Recommendation: San Francisco

The defending World Champs have been a home/road dichotomy team all year: 20-10 at AT&T Park, but just 10-17 on the highway.  You can see that dichotomy very clearly when you watch them – they take better at-bats and seem to have an extra spring in their step when buoyed by the home fans.

The Giants have lost seven of their last eleven overall, and this is not the type of team prone to extended skids.  And even in the midst of this rough patch, the Giants have pounded out 24 runs in their last four home games, while winning three of those four contests.

That’s bad news for Toronto’s Josh Johnson in his first start back off the DL.  Johnson wasn’t good before he was diagnosed with an injury to the triceps of his throwing arm, allowing 37 baserunners and 16 runs in just 19.2 innings of work over four starts.  He wasn’t good Read more

Tags: MLB San Francisco Giants Toronto Blue Jays Teddy Covers

MLB Gambling Free Pick: Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers

06.04.2013     12:14 PM     Andrew Lange     Printer Friendly
Submitted by Andrew Lange blog entry.
Tampa Bay (Moore) at Detroit (Sanchez) -140 O/U 8
Recommendation: Detroit

Over his next few starts, I'm think we'll start to see Tampa’s Matt Moore come back down to earth. Moore is currently 8-0 with a 2.18 ERA but nearly all of peripheral numbers suggest he's been fortunate. His BABIP (.201) is the lowest of any qualified starter, as is his left-on-base percentage (91.1). His xFIP (4.38) ranks 79th overall, right behind Kevin Slowey and Phil Hughes. And to top it all off, his velocity has been down a few ticks from where he was at last season. No question Moore has the makeup of being a long term, above average American League starter, but his low-2 ERA days are numbered. Meanwhile there is nothing fluky about Detroit's Anibal Sanchez. He's posted 89 strikeouts in 71 innings and two starts that produced a whopping 26 swinging strikes. Overall, Sanchez has actually outpitched his 2.79 ERA with a 2.42 xFIP. A few years ago, this line would have been close to a pick 'em but the Read more

Tags: MLB Detroit Tigers Tampa Bay Rays Andrew Lange

Sports Betting Podcast 6-4-2013 with Handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning

06.04.2013     10:39 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Tuesday's Sportsmemo Podcast featured handicappers Ian Cameron and Erin Rynning. Ian and Erin went through every game on the MLB card.

Today's segments
Full Show

Ian Cameron - National League

Erin Rynning - American League/Interleague

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Tags: MLB Ian Cameron Erin Rynning

MLB Gambling News: Angels lose -9 units in four-game series vs. Astros

06.04.2013     08:31 AM     Printer Friendly blog entry.
Heading into this past week's four game series against Houston, the Los Angeles Angels were starting to show signs of life having won 10 of 12 games to get to within four games of .500. The offense was clicking and the starting pitching was serviceable. The schedule set up perfect with four games vs. the Astros and a quick two-game set vs. the Cubs before embarking on a nine-game swing against the Red Sox, Orioles, and Yankees. But then this happened...

6/3 - Loss -180 vs. Houston
6/2 - Loss -240 vs. Houston
6/1 - Loss -240 vs. Houston
5/31 - Loss -230 vs. Houston

In the span of four games, the Angels lost nearly -9 units of profit. Yesterday's game was particularly difficult to swallow as LA got 8 innings and 11 strikeouts from Joe Blanton and still found a way to lose 2-1.

Manager Mike Scioscia addressed the situation following the four-game sweep.

"It seems like we've got nine guys in our lineup not comfortable in the batter's box," Scioscia said. "When that

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Tags: MLB Los Angeles Angels


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