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06/03/2014 02:28 PM

MLB

Tuesday, June 3

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Trend Report
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7:05 PM
PHILADELPHIA vs. WASHINGTON
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Philadelphia's last 5 games on the road
Philadelphia is 1-4 SU in its last 5 games
Washington is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games at home
The total has gone OVER in 6 of Washington's last 9 games at home

7:05 PM
BOSTON vs. CLEVELAND
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Boston's last 5 games on the road
Boston is 2-5 SU in its last 7 games on the road
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Cleveland's last 5 games when playing at home against Boston
Cleveland is 2-7 SU in its last 9 games when playing Boston

7:05 PM
OAKLAND vs. NY YANKEES
Oakland is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Oakland's last 6 games when playing NY Yankees
NY Yankees are 18-7 SU in their last 25 games when playing at home against Oakland
The total has gone OVER in 7 of NY Yankees's last 10 games when playing at home against Oakland

7:08 PM
TORONTO vs. DETROIT
Toronto is 1-6 SU in its last 7 games when playing on the road against Detroit
The total has gone OVER in 6 of Toronto's last 7 games when playing Detroit
Detroit is 6-1 SU in its last 7 games when playing at home against Toronto
The total has gone UNDER in 8 of Detroit's last 12 games when playing at home against Toronto

7:10 PM
TAMPA BAY vs. MIAMI
Tampa Bay is 6-1 SU in its last 7 games when playing on the road against Miami
The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Tampa Bay's last 7 games when playing on the road against Miami
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Miami's last 7 games when playing Tampa Bay
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Miami's last 6 games at home

7:10 PM
SEATTLE vs. ATLANTA
Seattle is 0-5 SU in its last 5 games when playing Atlanta
Seattle is 4-2 SU in its last 6 games
The total has gone UNDER in 16 of Atlanta's last 24 games at home
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Atlanta's last 5 games

7:10 PM
SAN FRANCISCO vs. CINCINNATI
San Francisco is 5-10 SU in its last 15 games when playing on the road against Cincinnati
The total has gone OVER in 6 of San Francisco's last 9 games when playing Cincinnati
Cincinnati is 4-1 SU in its last 5 games
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Cincinnati's last 5 games

7:15 PM
KANSAS CITY vs. ST. LOUIS
Kansas City is 3-6 SU in its last 9 games
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Kansas City's last 6 games when playing on the road against St. Louis
St. Louis is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games when playing at home against Kansas City
St. Louis is 6-2 SU in its last 8 games when playing Kansas City

8:05 PM
BALTIMORE vs. TEXAS
Baltimore is 5-1 SU in its last 6 games when playing on the road against Texas
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Baltimore's last 7 games when playing on the road against Texas
Texas is 2-5 SU in its last 7 games at home
Texas is 1-5 SU in its last 6 games when playing at home against Baltimore

8:05 PM
NY METS vs. CHI CUBS
The total has gone OVER in 7 of NY Mets's last 10 games when playing on the road against Chi Cubs
NY Mets are 4-1 SU in its last 5 games on the road
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Chi Cubs's last 7 games
Chi Cubs are 1-4 SU in their last 5 games

8:10 PM
MINNESOTA vs. MILWAUKEE
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Minnesota's last 6 games on the road
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Minnesota's last 7 games
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Milwaukee's last 6 games when playing Minnesota
Milwaukee is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games when playing at home against Minnesota

8:10 PM
LA ANGELS vs. HOUSTON
LA Angels are 1-4 SU in their last 5 games
The total has gone OVER in 5 of LA Angels's last 6 games
Houston is 2-7 SU in their last 9 games when playing LA Angels
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Houston's last 6 games

8:40 PM
ARIZONA vs. COLORADO
The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Arizona's last 13 games when playing on the road against Colorado
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Arizona's last 5 games on the road
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Colorado's last 6 games when playing at home against Arizona
The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Colorado's last 13 games when playing at home against Arizona

10:10 PM
CHI WHITE SOX vs. LA DODGERS
Chi White Sox are 2-4 SU in their last 6 games on the road
The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Chi White Sox's last 7 games
LA Dodgers are 2-4 SU in their last 6 games
LA Dodgers are 6-12 SU in their last 18 games when playing Chi White Sox

10:10 PM
PITTSBURGH vs. SAN DIEGO
Pittsburgh is 8-16-1 SU in its last 25 games ,on the road
Pittsburgh is 1-4-1 SU in its last 6 games ,when playing San Diego
San Diego is 2-4-1 SU in its last 7 games ,at home
San Diego18-6-1 SU in its last 25 games when playing Pittsburgh

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06/03/2014 02:28 PM

MLB

Tuesday, June 3

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Game of the Day: Giants at Reds
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San Francisco Giants at Cincinnati Reds (-113, 7.5)

A base hit would be a good start for the San Francisco Giants when they visit Homer Bailey and the Cincinnati Reds for the opener of their three-game series on Tuesday. San Francisco had no luck in that department in its last encounter with Bailey, who tossed his second no-hitter of his career on July 2 at home. The Giants went down in order over the first six innings before Gregor Blanco drew a leadoff walk in the seventh, ending Bailey's bid for a perfect game.

No one could blame San Francisco if it feels as if it's experiencing a case of deja vu as Tuesday's starter - Tim Lincecum - opposed Bailey on that historic night. The Giants enter this series having won five of their last six contests - three via shutout, including an 8-0 drubbing of the Cardinals in St. Louis on Sunday. Cincinnati, which is beginning a 10-game homestand, has won three straight contests and four of its last five.

TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, CSN Bay Area (San Francisco), FSN Ohio (Cincinnati)

LINE MOVES: The Reds opened as -108 home faves but have been bet to -113. The total opened 7.5.

INJURIES: Giants - LF Michael Morse (Probable, foot). Reds - CF Billy Hamilton (Probable, elbow)

WHAT THE SHARPS SAY: "The Giants have played better than expected this season and this is reflected in the fact they are currently the most profitable team versus the moneyline this season (+17 nets units). San Francisco has surpassed the Dodgers as the current favorite to now win the NL West division. The Giant are 8-2 in their past three series and have this one road series remaining versus the Reds, before heading back to San Francisco for ten straight home games." Covers Expert Steve Merril.

WHAT THE BOOKS SAY: "Good pitching matchup in this game as Lincecum takes the mound for the Giants and Bailey for the Reds. The last time Homer Bailey pitched against the Giants he threw a no-hitter. Runs could be at a premium here in my opinion, however the over on the 7.5 run total is seeing over 90 percent of the action." Michael Stewart, CarbonSports.ag.

PITCHING MATCHUP: Giants RH Tim Lincecum (4-3, 4.18 ERA) vs. Reds RH Homer Bailey (5-3, 5.04)

Lincecum, who took the loss versus Bailey in the no-hitter, threw one of his own 11 days later and kept the Chicago Cubs out of the hit column for five innings on Wednesday before exiting with a blister on the middle finger of his right hand. The two-time National League Cy Young Award winner settled for a no-decision against Chicago but is 2-1 while striking out 22 in as many innings over four road starts this season. Lincecum has been a punching bag for the Reds in his career, going 0-3 with an 8.65 ERA in five outings.

Bailey limited the Dodgers to two runs over seven innings in Los Angeles on Wednesday to post his second straight victory and fourth in five decisions. The 28-year-old has lost only two of 10 starts since dropping his season debut and has yielded three runs or fewer in five of his last six outings. Bailey is unbeaten in six career turns versus the Giants, posting a 2-0 record and 4.26 ERA.

TRENDS:

* Giants are 1-6 in the last seven meetings.
* Reds are 4-0 in Baileys last four starts as a favorite.
* Under is 8-1-1 in Reds last 10 games following an off day.
* Under is 6-0 in Baileys last six starts vs. National League West.

CONSENSUS: Fifty-nine percent of wagers are on the Giants.

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06/03/2014 02:29 PM

MLB

Tuesday, June 3

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Interleague play has lost special place with MLB bettors
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Interleague action used to be one of the most exciting chunks of schedule during the long and grueling MLB season. After months of the same ole divisional rivalries and league showdowns, baseball bettors got a brief breath of fresh air when the American and National Leagues would collide.

But, much like the way the Star Wars franchise was watered down, interleague play was ruined by Major League Baseball wanting to capitalize on the popularity of these AL vs. NL battles.

Now, interleague play isn’t just reserved for a few weeks on the calendar – it’s happening almost every day. In fact, interleague became so diluted that MLB.com stopped updating their historical records and stats section for these senior-versus-junior circuit clashes back in 2012.

As of Monday, which features four interleague games, there have already been 109 interleague contests played this season, with the AL holding a slight 59-50 edge over its NL opponents. However, if it wasn’t for the AL East - 27-16 versus the NL – the American League would be losing 34-32 to the National League.

“I think it's a completely different animal now that we see interleague play on a daily basis,” says Covers Expert Sean Murphy. “Teams don't seem to be changing their approach as much when hopping leagues.”

Interleague games offered something different for the industry. It threw a bit of a curveball at books and bettors, who had to factor in how a starting pitcher would hit in limited plate appearance or what the impact would be if an NL squad suddenly had a designated hitter. There was an aura of the unknown, which leveled the playing field when it came to finding added value in those interleague moneyline and totals.

There are factors some handicappers still size up when breaking down the odds for American-National affairs, especially when it comes to sending an AL pitcher to the plate for one of their few career at-bats.

“This does make a huge difference and I try to typically avoid AL teams playing in NL parks unless they have a decided edge in starting pitching or if the NL team is just a bad one,” says Covers Expert Bryan Power. “Weak-hitting American League teams can be a good Under bet in NL parks while strong-hitting NL teams can be a good Over bet in AL parks.”

However, due to the oversaturation of interleague action in the modern MLB era, some bettors are treating these games the same as any other divisional or league matchup.

“It has been occurring long enough now where the teams are getting comfortable with the different venues and format,” says Covers Expert Steve Merril. “I handicap the games the same as regular in-league play using matchups, momentum, and current form.”

Heading into this week, the most successful interleague squads this season have been the San Francisco Giants (6-0), Milwaukee Brewers (7-2), and Los Angeles Angels (6-2), while the bottom of the interleague barrel features the Minnesota Twins (2-6), Philadelphia Phillies (1-8), and Chicago Cubs (2-6).

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06/03/2014 02:30 PM

MLB

Tuesday, June 3

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Bankroll 911: How to revive your dying MLB bets
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April showers were supposed to bring May flowers, but for many MLB bettors those rainy days didn’t end.

Surviving the first two months of the baseball season with your bankroll intact can be about as tough a task as getting Red Sox fans to forgive Jacoby Ellsbury for jumping ship to the Yankees. If you’re among the many with their baseball bets on life support, we’re dialing 911 before it’s too late.

We asked some of the sharpest MLB handicappers to give some insight, tips and practices on how to revive your baseball bankroll.

Money management

We may be taking you back to sports betting kindergarten here, but plenty of bettors don’t understand proper money management. This practice is extremely important when it comes to baseball. Without it, your wallet will thin up quicker than Keira Knightley on a hunger strike.

The majority of MLB wagers are made on the moneyline, which can be very deceptive when it comes to wins and losses. A 30-12 record may look good at first glance but – depending on the price of those moneylines – could actually be a losing mark. Covers Expert Steve Merrill says ranking your plays and knowing how much to wager is an important part of climbing out of the red.

“Money management is critical and especially in a daily sport like MLB where you have multiple plays every day for six months straight,” Merill says. “The best method is to use a fixed percentage of bankroll for each play.”

Some cappers suggest divvying out 1 percent of your bankroll on MLB plays you like ($100 wager for a $10,000 bankroll) while others look to bet 3 percent and jump to 4 and 5 percent on games they really feel strongly about. If you’re coming out of a terrible April and May, you may want to start smaller and go from there.

“This will enable you to withstand the inevitable statistical swings - both good and bad - that occur during a long and high volume MLB season,” says Merril.

If you’ve been properly managing your bankroll this whole time but still burning through units, drop your bet size down to relieve some of the pressure of the losing skid. Some cappers suggest a decrease of 25 to 30 percent from your regular wager size.

Beware big moneyline favorites

Teams like Detroit, Los Angeles and St. Louis regularly find themselves at the top of the divisional standings but rarely sit among the top money earners for baseball bettors. That’s because you pay a premium to take these teams on the moneyline.

While these elite clubs win more often than not, those victories return cents on the dollar taking a long time to add up. And when those top teams do lose, it does Godzilla-like damage to your bankroll since it costs so much just to bet them.

Avoiding hefty favorites and finding other ways to cash in on these power teams is a good way to breathe life back into your bankroll. Covers Expert Nick Parsons says costly favorites should not be toyed with, instead look to alternative odds – like runlines – to find better value.

“I'd suggest playing favorites on the runline if the (moneyline) price is above -160,” says Parsons. “If you don't think that team is going to win by more than a run, then it's probably best to avoid that play all together.”

Doggy Dog world

Underdogs are underdogs for a reason – they’re not expected to win. That doesn’t always instill the greatest confidence in sports bettors. However, finding live underdogs is a perfect way to shoot Red Bull directly into the veins of your bankroll.

Some handicappers strictly wager on underdog teams to avoid getting burned by high-priced favorites. Covers Expert Sean Murphy tends to lean toward plus-money teams, hunting down home pups and short road dogs showing their teeth.

“It's no surprise that I suggest looking for value in dogs priced north of +130 on a daily basis,” says Murphy. “Consider a couple of underdogs each day, expecting to split at worst, and your bankroll will not only survive but grow over time.”

Tracking totals

If you’ve been betting totals all along or just sick of getting pantsed on the moneyline, the MLB Over/Under is a great way to get out of a funk. And, perhaps more than any other sport, baseball total trends can be any easy way to spot profit.

“When the betting markets are off on a team's baseline total number, the value can last for weeks, even months,” says Teddy Covers. “Just ask anyone who has been betting Miami and Baltimore Overs or San Diego and Atlanta Unders in recent weeks.”

And when it comes to the cost of the Over or Under, MLB bettors aren’t paying a premium to play one side of the other, usually dealing with lines no higher than -130 associated with the total.

Pump the breaks and stay patient

Baseball is an everyday sport, however, there’s no rule that says you have to be it every day.

If you’re feeling the sting of a bad beat or extended losing skid – like an Aroldis Chapman beanball – you can always take a day or two off. Like any task or project, sometimes fresh eyes can be the best solution to a problem.

"While no one wants to hear it, laying off can be a fail-safe strategy to not further dwindle one's bankroll," says Covers Expert Bryan Power. "I know that if I feel I am struggling to pick winners, taking a day or two off can help. Take some time, look at what's going on with out making any actual wagers and see if you can come to any new conclusions."

Keep calm and give it time to turnaround. Don’t expect to follow a 0-fer day with a perfect 4-0 record just because you’ve taken all the steps above. Baseball is a 162-game schedule and as the classic sport betting cliché says, “It’s a marathon, not a race.”

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06/03/2014 02:31 PM

MLB

Tuesday, June 3


Chance of thunderstorms several ball parks Tuesday

There are thunderstorms expected at several ball parks across the major leagues Tuesday.

In New York, the Yankees host the Oakland Athletics at Yankee Stadium, where there are thunderstorms expected with a 70 percent chance of rain. Wind will be blowing across the field from first to third at seven mph.

In Washington the Nationals host the Philadelphia Phillies with thunderstorms and a 60 percent chance of rain in the forecast. There will also be a six mph wind blowing out towards right field.

There is a chance of thunderstorms in Atlanta where the Braves will host the Seattle Mariners. There is a 34 percent chance of rain.

While in St. Louis there will be a chance of thunderstorms and a 27 percent chance of rain for when the Cardinals host the Kansas City Royals. There will be a five mph wind blowing out to left field.


Angels' CF Mike Trout, probable Tuesday

Trout is dealing with a stiff back and did not play Sunday. He is expected to return for Tuesday's game against the Astros.


A's look to continue dominance of Yankees

The Oakland A's and New York Yankees begin a three-game series in the Bronx Tuesday, and the Athletics will certainly look to continue their stellar play versus the Bombers.

The A's went 5-1 versus the Yankees in 2013 and won the last four meetings of their head-to-head matchups.

Oakland, currently a -118 road fave, will send Scott Kazmir to the mound, while the Yanks (+109) are scheduled to counter with Hiroki Kuroda.


Padres' Cashner close to return from DL

Right-hander Andrew Cashner should be back in the San Diego Padres' rotation this weekend.

Cashner, on the disabled list since mid-May due to soreness in his elbow and forearm, declared he was ready to pitch Monday afternoon after throwing a four-inning, 65-pitch simulated game at Petco Park.

"There is no soreness," he said. "I'm ready to throw six to eight innings."

Padres manager Bud Black said of Cashner's simulated outing, "I liked what I saw, and (pitching coach) Darren (Balsley) is pleased. I'm excited about how Cash feels and how he looked today. He pitched four good innings with good velocity. We'll see how it feels tomorrow."

Black said if Cashner feels sound Tuesday and Wednesday, the right-hander likely would start in the spot manned Monday for a third time by long reliever Tim Stauffer, who allowed two runs on four hits and two walks in 2 2/3 innings in a 10-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Cashner, 2-5 with a 2.35 ERA in nine starts this season, would be the second addition to the rotation this week.

Black also announced that right-hander Jesse Hahn would make his major league debut Tuesday with a starting assignment against the Pirates. Hahn, 24, was 2-1 with a 2.20 ERA in 32 2/3 innings over 10 games (seven starts) for Double-A San Antonio. Hahn, who had Tommy John surgery in 2010, has been on a limited pitch count with San Antonio.

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06/03/2014 02:31 PM

MLB

Tuesday, June 3

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Tuesday's MLB betting cheat sheet: De La Rosa dominant as a favorite
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Chicago's New Road Trend

The Chicago White Sox were a strong Under play on their previous road trip - going 1-4 O/U - but that trend has been flipped this time around. The White Sox dropped a 5-2 decision to Clayton Kershaw and the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday, moving to 5-1 O/U on their eight-game road trip.

Reds Return Home

Cincinnati (-118, 7.5) kicks off a 10-game homestand Tuesday night against the San Francisco Giants. Cincinnati is 12-12 SU and 10-13-1 O/U at Great American Ball Park so far in 2014, and has played the Under in four of its previous five games overall

A Rocky Kind of Total

The Colorado Rockies (-157, 10.5) open their own 10-game homestand Tuesday, entertaining the Arizona Diamondbacks in the opener of a three-game set. Colorado is 6-9 O/U in games where the total sits in double digits.

Pitching Notes

* Milwaukee right-hander Yovani Gallardo has allowed three or more runs in each of his last six starts, during which the Brewers have gone 3-3 S/U and 2-4 O/U. Gallardo and the Brewers (-150, 8) host the Minnesota Twins on Tuesday.

* The Rockies are a sensational 18-2 in left-hander Jorge De La Rosa's last 20 starts as a favorite of between -151 and -200. Colorado has also won De La Rosa's last six starts overall entering Tuesday's showdown with the Diamondbacks.

Hitting Notes

* Oakland third baseman Josh Donaldson has five home runs and 13 RBIs over his last eight games. The Athletics have gone 5-3 against the moneyline and 6-2 O/U over that span as they prepare for Tuesday's game against the host New York Yankees (+109, 8).

* White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu returned from a DL stint in style, belting a two-run homer off Kershaw in Monday's loss to the Dodgers. Abreu leads Chicago - as well as all major-league rookies - with 16 homers entering Tuesday's game in Los Angeles.

Totals Streak

Philadelphia Phillies (6-1-1 O/U): The Philadelphia pitching staff has stumbled of late, surrendering 29 runs en route to losing four of five games to the visiting New York Mets. The Phillies are 30-20-5 O/U for the season entering Tuesday's showdown with host Washington (-184, 7.5).

Prop of the Day

The Toronto Blue Jays could provide a strong payoff if they continue surging against the Detroit Tigers. Toronto is +310 to win by three or more runs; the Blue Jays led the majors with a .277 batting average, 165 runs and 48 homers in May.

Injury Notes

* The Washington Nationals are expected to activate third baseman Ryan Zimmerman (thumb) in time for Tuesday's game against Philadelphia. The Nationals are 21-24 SU, 20-18-7 O/U and -769 units for the season with Zimmerman out of the lineup.

* The New York Yankees could have first baseman Mark Teixeira (wrist) in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Oakland. New York is 10-9 SU, 11-8 O/U and +134 units with Teixeira sidelined.

Weather Watch

* Wind at Miller Park will blow out to left field at 7 mph for Tuesday's game between Milwaukee and visiting Minnesota. Teams combined for just 6.63 runs and 1.75 homers in eight games under similar conditions in 2013 - well below the stadium averages of 8.28 runs and 2.12 homers.

Umpire of the Day

The road team is 5-0 in umpire Gary Cederstrom's last five games behind home plate. Cederstrom will call the balls and strikes for Tuesday's showdown between the White Sox and Dodgers.

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06/03/2014 03:06 PM

Record As of MONDAY Night :

*****....................5 - 3...............-.002

DOUBLE PLAY............4 - 2..............+ 9.46

TRIPLE PLAY.............1 - 3...............-6.78



]Tuesday, June 3

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Boston - 7:05 PM ET Boston -101 500
Cleveland - Over 8.5 500

Oakland - 7:05 PM ET Oakland -126 500 TRIPLE PLAY
NY Yankees - Under 8.5 500

Philadelphia - 7:05 PM ET Philadelphia +171 500
Washington - Under 8 500

Toronto - 7:08 PM ET Toronto +129 500 *****
Detroit - Under 9 500

Seattle - 7:10 PM ET Seattle +134 500 *****
Atlanta - Over 7.5 500

San Francisco - 7:10 PM ET San Francisco +111 500 TRIPLE PLAY
Cincinnati - Under 7.5 500

Tampa Bay - 7:10 PM ET Miami +106 500
Miami - Over 7.5 500

Kansas City - 7:15 PM ET Kansas City +115 500 DOUBLE PLAY
St. Louis - Over 7 500

Baltimore - 8:05 PM ET Baltimore +102 500 DOUBLE PLAY
Texas - Over 9 500

NY Mets - 8:05 PM ET Chi. Cubs -116 500 *****
Chi. Cubs - Over 7.5 500

LA Angels - 8:10 PM ET LA Angels -125 500
Houston - Over 8 500

Minnesota - 8:10 PM ET Minnesota +136 500 *****
Milwaukee - Over 8 500

Arizona - 8:40 PM ET Colorado -156 500
Colorado - Under 10.5 500

Chi. White Sox - 10:10 PM ET Chi. White Sox +163 500 *****
LA Dodgers - Over 7 500

Pittsburgh - 10:10 PM ET Pittsburgh -119 500 *****
San Diego - Over 7 500


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06/04/2014 01:01 AM

Record As of TUESDAY Night : ( TUESDAY NIGHT RATED GAMES GO 9 - 1 )

*****....................10 - 3...............+ 7.60

DOUBLE PLAY............6 - 2................+ 12.78

TRIPLE PLAY.............2 - 4.......... .....-6.78

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06/04/2014 11:56 AM

Wednesday, June 4

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Seattle - 12:10 PM ET Atlanta -138 500 TRIPLE PLAY

Atlanta - Under 7 500

Pittsburgh - 6:40 PM ET San Diego -110 500 DOUBLE PLAY

San Diego - Over 6.5 500

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06/04/2014 11:59 AM

Armadillo: Wednesday's six-pack

-- Virginia basketball coach Tony Bennett gets a contract extension thru 2021, and a $200K+ raise to go with it-- he's done well coaching the Cavaliers.

-- Marshall transfer Kareem Canty must be a classic; he committed to Auburn, had second thoughts and said South Florida, now he's back to Auburn. Awesome.

-- Tampa Bay is horrendous, getting shut out on 88 pitches by Henderson Alvarez 1-0 in Miami. Rays have now lost their last eight games.

-- Tom Brady sold his $40M mansion to Dr Dre. Alrighty then.

-- Mike Trout left in the second inning last night, after missing Saturday/Sunday games with a bad back; not good for the Angels.

-- Cleveland Indians beat Boston 5-3, have now won eight in a row at home.


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Armadillo: Wednesday's List of 13: Nobody asked me, but.........
13) Baseball’s amateur draft is this week, the most inexact of all drafts; for instance, a few years ago the Mets took an OF from Wyoming named Brandon Nimmo, whose high school didn’t have a baseball team- he played American Legion ball.

In Wyoming.

Mets passed on Jose Fernandez, which isn’t good- there are lot of examples of stuff like that happening. Smaller market teams have to make less mistakes than the big money teams in this draft to stay competitive.

12) State of Washington voted in a minimum wage hike to $15 an hour, more than double the federal minimum wage. Things must be good in Washington. Thats bad news for businesses like pizza places or McDonald's.

11) San Diego Padre pitchers threw 248 pitches in a hideous 10-3 loss to the Pirates Monday night; that is 27.6 pitches per inning, which is really painful to watch. Nine inning game took 4:04; only thing that made it bearable was Dick Enberg/Mark Grant on TV- they’re a good pair to listen to, even watching a bad game.

10) Lot of upsets in the NCAA baseball tournament; TCU made it thru to the Super Regionals, despite having to play a 22-inning game late Saturday night/Sunday morning. You want to know where pitching injuries occur, lot of them are because college coaches are butchers when it comes to pitchers’ arms. Kid on Cal-Irvine started Monday on two days’ rest, after he threw 107 pitches in his previous outing. Oy.

9) Alabama football coach Nick Saban signed a deal that pays him $6.9M a year; Kirby Smart, who is his defensive coordinator, will make $1.3M a year. Simply wow-- I mean, they're paying freakin' Lane Kiffin $680,000.

8) 42 major league games this year have been 0-0 after five innings, which works out to 4-5 per week. Just thought you’d like to know.

7) Clayton Kershaw’s great uncle is credited with discovering the planet Pluto, at least that’s what the White Sox announcers said during the game Monday night and I believe them. Who could make that up?

6) Speaking of those announcers, Hawk Harrelson/Steve Stone voiced a preference for all baseball players to work on one-year contracts every year, thinking effort would increase with hungrier players. I’m guessing that neither guy felt that way when they were major league players.

5) Tickets for Games 3-4 of the Stanley Cup Final in Manhattan are more expensive right now than Super Bowl tickets were; then again, the game is indoors and it isn’t February. Cheapest ticket for Game 3 is still more than $1,000.

4) San Francisco Dons signed a 3-star recruit in guard Devin Watson, who was recruited by lot of Pac-12 schools; now all they have to do is keep him- Rex Walters lost PG Cody Doolin last year- kid will play his last season of college ball at UNLV this fall. Signing a kid is one thing; keeping them in the program is just as important.

3) Sergio Garcia (59) and Adam Scott (51) have played in the most consecutive golf majors; KJ Choi (48) has the 3rd-longest streak, but it looks like he will miss the US Open, after failing to qualify by a stroke Monday.

2) World Cup soccer teams must be training here before going to Brazil for the tournament; Mets shared their hotel in Philly with the Nigerian soccer team- they’re sharing their hotel in Chicago with the Mexican team.

1) Big week for former Marist basketball coaches; first Jeff Bower landed a gig as the Pistons’ new GM, now Chuck Martin gets an assistant’s job at Indiana. Red Foxes will have their third head coach in three seasons this fall.

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