Joe D'Amico's MLB FREE WINNER
0 Reply | 179 ViewsOn 07/05/2012 10:38 AM in Cappers
Money Line: -117 NY Mets
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Today's FREE MLB WINNER is New York over Philadelphia.
Despite a 9-2 win last night over New York, Philadelphia has been slumping as they are just 3-7 their L10 and dwell in the cellar of the NL East at 37-46. Their offense scores 4.30 RPG . With Nix, Schneider, Howard, and Galvis out, Ruiz and Pence are the only players producing at the plate for the Phillies. Cole Hammels throws today. The LH is 10-4 on the season but does not get a heck of a lot of run support in his appearances. Lifetime, the pitcher is 5-10 vs. New York. He faces a Mets team that is only 4 1/2 GB of the Nationals in the NL East. They have won 5 of their L7, scoring 45 runs in those 5 victories. The team ranks 8th in scoring with 4.61 RPG as David Wright leads a solid supporting cast of Murphy, Duda, Davis, and Nieuwenhuis (check status, the CF hurt his hand a few days ago and is likely to hit the DL. RA Dickey takes the mound here. The RH is 12-1 with a 2.15 ERA, including a perfect 6-0, 1.85 record at home. He already pitched 7.0 innings with a 1.29 ERA ( giving up 1 run), and earning the victory over Philly back on April 13th. The Phillies are 1-6 their L7 games played vs. the NL East, 1-7 their L8 games played on the road, and 3-7 in Hamels L10 starts vs. the Mets. The Mets are 7-1 their L8 games played on Thursday, 4-0 their L4 games played as a home favorite, and 8-1 in Dickey's L9 home starts. Take New York. Thank you.
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