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spartan | MLB ML - Tuesday, Jun 4 2013 10:15PM
ML 930 SFG -123 vs 929 TOR double-dime bet

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Rocky Atkinson | MLB ML - Tuesday, Jun 4 2013 7:05PM
ML 916 DET -129 vs 915 TAM double-dime bet

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Stephen Nover | MLB ML - Tuesday, Jun 4 2013 10:15PM
ML 930 SFG (-118) 5dimes vs 929 TOR triple-dime bet


Tuesday Free Play

A's minus $1.15 at Brewers
Oakland is hot playing its best ball of the season with 15 wins in its last 17 games. The Brewers are just the opposite losing 24 of their last 31. They are 3-13 during their past 16 games at Miller Park and 4-17 versus opponents with a winning record.
The A's have turned around their earlier road problems capturing eight of their last 11 away matchups. Oakland is a much better hitting club away from its spacious Coliseum.
The pitching matchup is A.J. Griffin versus Kyle Lohse. Oakland is 6-1 in Griffin's last seven starts. The A's are 20-7 in Griffin's past 27 starts. The Brewers' offense looks much better on paper than it does on the field with lack of production at second base and at the corner spots when Aramis Ramirez isn't in the lineup, which has been frequently due to his knee problems.
Lohse returned to the rotation against the Twins this past Thursday after missing a start with pain in his elbow and allowed a season-high six runs and a career-high four home runs. Lohse said the problem wasn't pain, but location.
The truth is Lohse isn't nearly as good outside of when he pitched for the Cardinals. Either he still is not right physically or his control is off. Lohse has a career ERA ž of 5.54 versus Oakland and Milwaukee has dropped each of his last six starts.

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06/04/2013 04:53 PM

Indian Cowboy

3-Unit Play. #912. Take LA Dodgers -135 over the San Diego Padres (Tuesday @ 10:10pm est).

Padres vs. Dodgers 10:10 pm est. Manager Don Mattingly has to feel confident about his starters (3-0) record and (0.95) ERA in his last three outings against San Diego. For the record, southpaw Ted Lilly owns a career (11-4) record with a (2.51) ERA against the Rockies. The Dodgers are also (6-1) in Lillys last (7) starts versus the Padres. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly understands the expectations generated by the collection of All-Star-caliber players. The trouble early on is that they are not playing an All-Star Game. Look for that to change as ther is simplyto much talent with their payroll over $200 million after a series of expensive, high-profile additions starting last July. Clayton Richard gets the start for the Holy Men and he is win-less at (0-5) with an (8.35) ERA as a starter. Manager Harry Ralston Bud Black does an amazing job keeping the Holy Men in the hunt but look for the Dodger Blue to cash a winning ticket for us behind Lilly.

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GoodFella

Free MLB Team Total

HOUSTON ASTROS OVER 3.5 RUNS (-125)
First off, we do know that these Astros season to date numbers, are more favorable vs southpaws. However, these Astros have won 6 games in a row, and have scored 5 or more runs in 6 of their L/10 games, as well. This club is playing with confidence right now, and they do have a handful of very talented, be it young/lack experience good sticks in their lineup. Minute Maid Park can be an extreme hitters Park, and especially when the roof is open. I am NOT sure of the roof will be open tonight, as it's suppose to be in the high 80's at game time. Either way (open or closed) I do expect these scrappy Astros to plate 4 runs for us tonight. Baltimore sends out extreme fly ball SP Chris Tillman tonight, and he has given up 8 HR's in just 15 2/3 IP over his L/3 starts. We also know that while these O's have a "good bullpen" it's not a shut down backend and has had it's share of problems in the backend of their bullpen. I like these Astros to get to Tillman eventually and I definitely like these Astros to plate 4 runs for us tonight.

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Handicapping Kings

JIMMY

BASEBALL

DETROIT -142 TB (7PM)

MINNESOTA +121 KC (8PM)

CHICAGO WS +1.5 -165 SEATTLE (1010PM)

SD/LA - UNDER 7.5 +100 (1010PM)

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Bob Balfe

Tor/SF Over 7.5

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SB Professor Original MLB Picks 6/4

916. Detroit Tigers -138
918. Boston Red Sox -138

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Greg shaker

3* tor/ sfg over 7.5
2* sdp/los over 7.5
1* tam/det under 8
1* was -1.5 (+120)
1* sfg (-123)

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MLB

Tuesday, June 4

Hot pitchers
-- Nolasco is 1-1, 2.01 in his last three starts.
-- Zimmerman is 5-0, 1.50 in five home starts this season.
-- Minor is 4-0, 1.85 in his last five starts. Locke is 3-0, 1.19 in his last five.
-- Skaggs blanked Texas for six IP in his first '13 start. Wacha allowed one run in seven IP in his first '13 start.

-- Feldman is 5-1, 2.31 in his last seven starts.

-- Kazmir is 1-0, 2.25 in his last two starts.
-- Sanchez is 4-1, 1.70 in his five home starts. Moore is 3-0, 2.63 in his last four starts overall.
-- Grimm is 3-0, 3.79 in his last three starts.
-- Mendoza is 1-0, 3.50 in his last four starts.

Cold pitchers
-- Pettibone is 0-1, 4.50 in his last three starts.
-- Hefner is 1-2, 5.14 in his last five starts.
-- Nicasio is 1-2, 4.91 in his last four starts. Bailey is 2-3, 4.19 in his last seven starts.
-- Lilly is 0-2, 6.43 in his last three starts. Richard is 0-4, 12.18 in his last four starts, but he did pick up win in relief in 17th inning over weekend.

-- Lohse is 0-5, 5.77 in his last six starts. Griffin is 1-2, 6.00 in his last three road starts.
-- Weaver is 1-1, 3.71 in three starts this season.
-- Lincecum is 0-3, 8.82 in his last three starts. JJohnson is 0-1, 7.32 in four starts this season.

-- Phelps allowed nine runs in eight IP in his last two starts.
-- Dempster is 0-4, 7.09 in his last five starts.
-- Tillman is 1-1, 6.89 in his last three starts. Harrell is 1-4, 8.46 in his last six starts.
-- Deduno is 1-1, 5.11 in two starts this season.
-- Peavy is 1-2, 5.21 in his last three starts. Hernandez is 1-2, 5.79 in his last three outings.

Starting Pitchers/First Inning
You can wager on whether teams will score in first inning. Below is how often a starting pitcher has allowed 1+ runs in first inning in one of his starts........
-- Nolasco 4-11; Pettibone 1-8
-- Hefner 5-10; Zimmerman 1-11
-- Nicasio 5-11 (0 of last 3); Bailey 2-11
-- Locke 3-11; Minor 3-11
-- Skaggs 0-1; Wacha 0-1
-- Richard 2-7; Lilly 2-4

-- Griffin 1-11; Lohse 3-10
-- Feldman 2-10; Weaver 1-3
-- Johnson 1-4; Lincecum 5-11

-- Kazmir 2-8; Phelps 2-6
-- Moore 4-10 (4 of last 5); Sanchez 2-11
-- Grimm 4-9; Dempster 4-10
-- Deduno 0-2; Mendoza 1-7
-- Tillman 3-11 (2 of last 2); Harrell 2-12
-- Peavy 1-10; Hernandez 2-12

Totals
-- Eight of last eleven Philly games went over the total.
-- Three of last four Washington games stayed under total.
-- pitt-atl
-- Five of last six Cincinnati games stayed under total.
-- Seven of last nine Arizona games went over the total.
-- Five of last seven San Diego games stayed under the total.

-- Seven of last nine Milwaukee games went over the total.
-- Five of last seven Angel games stayed under the total.
-- Seven of last ten Toronto games went over the total.

-- Over is 5-1-1 in Cleveland's last seven road games.
-- Four of last five Detroit home games stayed under total.
-- Over is 5-1-1 in last seven games at Fenway Park.
-- Five of last seven Minnesota games went over the total.
-- Under is 7-2-1 in Angels' last ten games.
-- Last three White Sox games stayed under the total.

Hot teams
-- Phillies won last two games, scoring seven runs both games. Marlins won three of their last four games.
-- Reds won 17 of their last 23 games.
-- Atlanta won 13 of its last 17 games.
-- Cardinals won 24 of their last 32 games.

-- A's won 15 of their last 17 games.

-- Tampa Bay won seven of its last eight games.
-- Boston won seven of its last ten games. Rangers won three of their last four.
-- Minnesota won six of its last seven games.
-- Houston won seven of its last eight games; Orioles won four of last five.

Cold teams
-- Nationals lost four of their last five games. Mets just got swept three games in Miami by the Marlins.
-- Pirates lost three of their last four games.
-- Arizona lost five of its last seven away games.
-- Rockies lost seven of their last ten games.
-- San Diego lost three of its last four road games. Dodgers lost four of their last six games overall.

-- Brewers lost 15 of their last 20 games.
-- Cubs lost five of their last seven road games. Angels lost six of their last eight games.
-- Giants lost five of their last seven games. Toronto lost three of last four.

-- Indians lost last six road games, outscored 40-18. Bronx lost seven of its last nine games.
-- Tiegrs lost five of their last six games.
-- Royals lost 14 of their last 17 games.
-- White Sox lost their last seven games, outscored 37-11. Mariners lost 12 of their last 17 games.