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Five steps to safely bet MLB Spring Training action

Betting MLB Spring Training is right up there with eating that week-old slice of pizza at the back of your fridge and lending your car to that sweet girl with the tramp stamp you met at the bar last night (she said she had to pick up her aunt from the hospital) – not the best idea.

But for those of you dealing with massive intestinal discomfort or the ones describing your 1997 Isuzu Trooper to the local police, you know that sometimes you just can’t help yourself.

If you are going to bet on Cactus and Grapefruit League action this spring, at least follow these guidelines.

Do your homework

Like betting any preseason sport, you have to know what the gameplan is before even thinking of putting your hard-earned coin on the line. Read, read and read some more.

“One advantage that bettors have in these exhibition games is information,” Covers Expert Matt Fargo says. “Similar to NFL preseason games where coaches give out their player rotations and game plans, managers in baseball are very up front on how long starters will be pitching for and what sort of lineups they are going with.”

Listen to what the manager is hoping to accomplish this spring: Is he working in prospects or trying to sure up the rotation? And study up on key players and how they approach spring ball: Do they pace themselves in March or come out swinging? We hate to sound like a public service announcement, but “The more you know…”

Start cautiously

The first few games of spring training might as well be a high school science fair. Managers are experimenting with lineups and rotations, mixing this guy with that guy and swapping bodies like he’s rolling out hockey lines.

Players are also a tough read in the opening slate of exhibition games. Some guys are easing into the action, others are battling for positions, and others are just trying to stay healthy. Keep an ear to the base paths or sit back and watch how a manager is treating the first weeks of spring ball.

Find the right pitching matchups

As Spring Training marches on, starting pitchers take on more and more work. Guys will go at least five innings, giving you a pretty good idea of what to expect from the staff. The best situation is when you have an ace matched up against a No. 4 or No. 5 starter, or a young prospect trying to break into the bigs. Managers aren’t quick to change up pitchers in the spring, even if a guy is getting hammered.

Betting the “better” team

Roster depth and a surplus of talent can go a long way in Spring Training. Since veterans tend to limit themselves in the exhibition slate, knowing who’s behind them is imperative to betting spring baseball.

A talent-loaded lineup can make up for the absence of one or two big bats, while a shallow roster struggles without those elite hitters at the plate. It’s the reason a club like Detroit always seems to excel in spring ball, posting a collective 61-33 record the past four spring sessions.

Ride hot teams, fade cold ones

There is almost zero consistency in Spring Training, so when you start to see a pattern – winning or losing – jump on it. Managers couldn’t care less about the results, so don’t expect them to rush to right the ship if their club struggles in the spring. And if a team is winning, the skip must be doing something right and will only tweak minor details.

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03/02/2014 10:10 PM

American League East preview: Yanks look build off strong offseason

The AL East is always a deep and talented division.

The defending World Series champions are Boston, the free agency champions are New York, and a potential sleeper team is Tampa Bay. The Orioles have recently become a playoff threat and the Blue Jays were actually the favorite to win this division just one year ago.

Baltimore Orioles (2013: 85-77, +37 units, 75-78-9 over/under)

Division odds: 15/1
Season win total: 81.5

Why bet the Orioles: This is a deep lineup if Nick Markakis can stay healthy. Manny Machado, Chris Davis and Adam Jones form a nice 2-3-4 order in the lineup. Defensively they can rely on JJ Hardy and his gold glove and Matt Wieters is the best defensive catcher in baseball. The rotation got a boost when they signed Ubaldo Jimenez. They also have their usual arms in the bullpen which provide for good mix and match situations late in games.

Why not bet the Orioles: Their starting pitching rotation is full of question marks. Miguel Gonzalez and Bud Norris both posted ERAs over 4.00 in the second half of the season, while the fifth starter spot is undecided. While the bullpen has good arms, it doesn't have Jim Johnson - who was traded to Oakland -, so Tommy Hunter may need to step up. The bench is lacking as well with Jemile Weeks and Henry Urrutia the only options to be counted on.

Season win total pick: Under 81.5

Boston Red Sox (2013: 97-65, +1,864 units, 74-84-1 over/under)

Division odds: 7/4
Season win total: 88

Why bet the Red Sox: Last year's defending World Series champions, returns their offensive lineup almost completely intact, with a slight upgrade at catcher with AJ Pierzynski. Jackie Bradley Jr. will be an improvement from last year although he won't be Jacoby Ellsbury. The rotation is good with Jon Lester and Clay Buchholz leading the way. Koji Uehera was a god-send out of the bullpen last season, posting incredible numbers.

Why not bet the Red Sox: A lot broke right for Boston last year. They will miss Ellsbury at the top of the lineup as well and Xander Bogaerts will try to hold down the shortstop position. The back end of the rotation is questionable as Ryan Dempster's departure raises issues. The team caught some breaks last year with their longest losing streak being just three games. A lot of older players on this team might now feel fat and happy after winning a title last season.

Season win total pick: Under 88

New York Yankees (2013: 85-77, +454 units, 67-85-10 over/under)

Division odds: 12/5
Season win total: 87

Why bet the Yankees: As usual, they had a strong off-season with the additions of Carlos Beltran, Jacoby Ellsbury and Brian McCann. They also had addition by subtraction with the suspension of A-Rod. Derek Jeter's pending retirement could be a motivating factor for the Yanks. Kelly Johnson was also a nice addition as he can play several positions. CC Sabathia, Hiroki Kuroda and Masahiro Tanaka will provide a nice 1-2-3 order in the rotation. If Michael Pineda can get healthy, he'll be a productive piece for them as well. David Robertson isn't Mariano Rivera, but he is a solid closer.

Why not bet the Yankees: The rest of the bullpen is suspect outside of Robertson. Ass for the starting rotation, Kuroda slowed down during the end of the season and Sabathia is also coming off a rough season in which he allowed the most earned runs in the league last year. This is an aging team, so injuries and extended stays on the disabled list is always a concern.

Season win total pick: Over 87

Tampa Bay Rays (2013: 92-71, +71 units, 76-78-9 over/under)

Division odds: 7/4
Season win total: 88

Why bet the Rays: The Rays have won 90 or more games in each of the past four seasons and could do so again with magnificent starting pitching. David Price, Alex Cobb, Matt Moore, Chris Archer and Jeremy Hellickson all back for the the deepest rotation in baseball. Evan Longoria is back as well to hold down the hot corner and stabilize the lineup. Wil Myers was the first player to lead AL rookies in RBI with less than 90 games played since the late 1940's.

Why not bet the Rays: The back end of the bullpen is a problem again. They signed Heath Bell and Juan Carlos Oviedo who have closing experience, but aren't the answer at that position. Certain parts of the offensive lineup - which struggled to score at times last season - is weak and so is the bench. This lineup does not steal bases and often has a hard time manufacturing runs.

Season win total pick: Over 88

Toronto Blue Jays (2013: 74-88, -1,080 units, 79-80-3 over/under)

Division odds: 15/1
Season win total: 79.5

Why bet the Jays: Toronto was the favorite to win the East last year and although they underachieved, they still have a solid nucleus of Jose Reyes, Melky Cabrera and Jose Bautista. If Edwin Encarnacion, Brett Lawrie and Adam Lind can live up to their potential, then this offensive lineup will be fierce. Mark Buehrle is the picture of consistency with at least 10 wins and 200 innings for 13 straight seasons. Casey Janssen is an underrated closer and recorded a solid 2.56 ERA and 0.99 WHIP last year.

Why not bet the Jays: Last year did happen and the best team money could buy did not win ballgames. Encarnacion, Lawrie, Lind and Colby Rasmus are all inconsistent. The back-end of the rotation is up in the air with Esmil Rogers and J.A. Happ, the front-runners to nap the last two starting spots. Brandon Morrow has injury issues and he will need to stay healthy in order to solidify the third spot in the pitching rotation.

Season win total pick: Over 79.5

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03/02/2014 10:12 PM

Handicappers share favorite MLB season win total picks

MLB season win totals hit the board in Nevada last week, with Atlantis sportsbook in Reno posting their odds Thursday and the LVH Superbook in Las Vegas jumping in Sunday night.

We asked some of Covers Experts’ sharpest baseball handicappers to share their favorite MLB season win total plays before the first pitch goes out at the end of March.

Will Rogers - Los Angeles Angels (Under 84.5)

The Halos finished last season with a record of 78-84 and they might just struggle to make a significant improvement in the coming season. Josh Hamilton and Albert Pujols appear to have their best days behind them and it's unlikely that their production will justify their enormous salaries.

Jered Weaver only managed to win 11 games while struggling through injuries last season and the Angels were fortunate that C.J. Wilson stepped up, winning 17 games. Once you get past their No. 1 and 2 starters, the rest of the rotation doesn't inspire much confidence. This team should face many of the same problems that it did last season, and I'd bet under 84.5 wins.

Matt Fargo – Los Angeles Dodgers (Under 92.5)

This is a classic situation of a team’s win total being overinflated. The Dodgers finished with 92 wins last season and, while they are expected to easily win the National League West again, this is not a good number posted, as it’s simply too high.

Of the six division winners from last season, five of them are seeing win totals for this year lower than the amount of games they won last season and Los Angeles is the lone exception. We will grab the Under here as I feel it has the best value on the board of the opening numbers.

Steve Merril – Cleveland Indians (Under 82.5)

The rotation has a lot of questions with Corey Kluber, Zach McAllster and Josh Tomlin on the back end. Cleveland's bullpen is relying on John Axford, who lost his closing job with Milwaukee. The offensive lineup is about the same and was mediocre last year. A lot will have to go right for the Tribe in order for the Indians to finish above .500 this season.

Jesse Schule – Philadelphia Phillies (Under 78)

The Phillies finished with 73 wins last season and I think things are going to have to get worse before they get better in Philadelphia. They have been shopping Cole Hamels and Cliff Lee, and the rest of their rotation leaves a lot to be desired. Veterans Chase Utley, Ryan Howard and Jimmy Rollins are not the players they used to be, and between the three of them they account for over 46 million against the salary cap. There is still a giant mess to clean up in Philly, and I think it's a little too optimistic to think they will improve on last season's record.”

Doc’s Sports – Boston Red Sox (Under 87.5)

World Series hangover, no Jacoby Ellsbury, lots of aging veterans and I don't see the pitching staff being able to reproduce the same numbers again. They're also in the toughest division in baseball where the Yankees and Rays improved their teams. They'll be in the mix again, but getting to 88 wins is going to be tough.

Brian Power – Philadelphia Phillies (Under 78)

Last year saw the club outperform its Pythagorean win expectation, somewhat significantly so. Using the formula derived by Bill James, the Phillies should have only been a 65-win team in 2013. They won 73 games. For starters, this team is not better than last year and outperforming one's Pythagorean win expectation usually signals a downturn for the next season. I don't see this team even winning 70 games, let alone 78.

Marc Lawrence – Pittsburgh Pirates (Under 86.5)

After 20 consecutive losing seasons the Pirates finally broke on through to the other side with 94 victories last year. The last time they topped the 90-win plateau, they followed up with a 75-win effort the following year (1993). The loss of innings-eater A.J. Burnett to the Phillies cements it.

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03/02/2014 10:15 PM

Atlantis sportsbook first to post 2014 MLB season win totals

One of the sure signs of spring in Reno, Nevada is the first MLB win totals of the season hitting the board at the Atlantis sportsbook.

Steve Mikkelson, sportsbook manager at Atlantis, has been the first one in the industry to post MLB season win totals for some time now, doing it again with Thursday’s release of the popular Over/Under props for each of the 30 major league clubs. Mikkelson says every year is different and presents its own unique challenges.

“For me, the parts I struggle with the most are those teams that didn’t play up to expectations and those that exceeded expectations last year,” Mikkelson tells Covers. “You’re trying to figure out if they’re for real and will that continue going forward.”

Teams like the San Francisco Giants, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, and Los Angeles Angels forced Mikkelson to check and recheck his numbers before officially opening wagering on Thursday afternoon.

Overall, the one division that gave him the most headaches was the National League West. The Los Angeles Dodgers are at the top of the NL West and earned Mikkelson’s highest season win total at 92.5, which is still behind the 2011 Philadelphia Phillies, who saw win totals as high as 97. Last season, the Detroit Tigers earned to loftiest win total at 94.5, finishing just Under at 93-69 in 2013.

“How high can you go with the Dodgers? Everyone is expecting them to win and anything less than a World Series will be a disappointment for the team and the fans,” says Mikkelson. “You really have to find that number that will bring balance.”

The Dodgers’ California rivals, the Giants, are also a tough team to peg. Due to San Francisco’s closeness to Northern Nevada, Mikkelson says the Giants are often the most-bet team on the win totals board. That’s an even stickier situation when you consider how up-and-down San Francisco has been in recent years.

“They have a down year, then win the World Series. Then have a down year, then win the World Series,” Mikkelson says of the Giants, who have a win total of 86.5. “Where are they this year? I do know everyone is going to bet them Over though.”

Another California club that could be a wild card when it comes to season win totals are the Los Angeles Angels. The Halos boast one of the best teams in the bigs – on paper – but due to injuries and a decline in starting pitcher, L.A. wasn’t able to meet the expectations set last season.

The Atlantis opened the Angels with a season win total of 89.5 in 2013, and the team put in a disappointing 78-84 campaign. This time around, Mikkelson isn’t going as high as last year but does expect an improvement from last season's efforts, tabbing the Halos at 84.5 wins.

“There is so much talent and such a big payroll. But, as we’ve seen, big payrolls rarely win World Series,” he says. “Is Albert Pujols going to be hurt again all year? Can Josh Hamilton get back to his form? Jered Weaver is losing zip on his fastball every season. And they still have one of the best players in baseball in Mike Trout.”

At the bottom of the board, in terms of expected season wins, sit the lowly Houston Astros. Last year, Mikkelson painted the Astros with a 59.5 win total – the lowest number he can remember booking. He’s breaking that all-time low with a 57.5 season win total for Houston in 2014.

“Besides just being terrible, there’s a big problem for the Astros this season,” says Mikkelson. “They’re a better team, in my eyes, but the rest of the American League West has gotten better too. The Mariners will be better, the Angels should rebound and the Rangers and A’s win continue to play good baseball. Those four other teams have gotten better, so I don’t know where the Astros are getting those wins from.”

The biggest movers and shakers on the MLB season win total board, in terms of difference between last year’s win expectations and this season, are the World Champion Boston Red Sox – 79.5 in 2013 to 87.5 in 2014 – and the Pittsburgh Pirates – 79 in 2013 to 86.5 in 2014. The Chicago Cubs went from 72 in 2013 to 65.5 this year, and the Toronto Blue Jays dropped from 86.5 in 2013 to 77.5 for this upcoming season.

Here’s the full list of 2014 MLB season win totals from the Atlantis Resort Spa Sportsbook in Reno, Nevada:

Arizona Diamondbacks - 81 (over -110/under -110)

Atlanta Braves - 86.5 (over -110/under -110)

Baltimore Orioles - 80.5 (over -110/under -110)

Boston Red Sox - 87.5 (over -110/under -110)

Chicago Cubs - 65.5 (over -110/under -110)

Chicago White Sox - 76.5 (over -105/under -115)

Cincinnati Reds - 87.5 (over -105/under -115)

Cleveland Indians - 82.5 (over -105/under -115)

Colorado Rockies - 76.5 (over -110/under -110)

Detroit Tigers - 91.5 (over -110/under -110)

Houston Astros - 57.5 (over -115/under -105)

Kansas City Royals - 85.5 (over -110/under -110)

Los Angeles Angels - 84.5 (over -110/under -110)

Los Angeles Dodgers - 92.5 (over -110/under -110)

Miami Marlins - 66.5 (over -110/under -110)

Milwaukee Brewers - 78.5 (over -105/under -115)

Minnesota Twins - 65.5 (over -105/under -115)

New York Mets - 71.5 (over -110/under -120)

New York Yankees - 83.5 (over -110/under -110)

Oakland Athletics - 86.5 (over -115/under -105)

Philadelphia Phillies - 78 (over -110/under -110)

Pittsburgh Pirates - 86.5 (over -105/under -110)

San Diego Padres - 76.5 (over -110/under -110)

San Francisco Giants - 86.5 (over -110/under -110)

Seattle Mariners - 80 (over -110/under -110)

St. Louis Cardinals - 90.5 (over -110/under -110)

Tampa Bay Rays - 88.5 (over -110/under -110)

Texas Rangers - 86.5 (over -110/under -110)

Toronto Blue Jays - 77.5 (over -115/under -105)

Washington Nationals - 90.5 (over -110/under -110)

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03/02/2014 10:23 PM

Rockies scrambling for starter with Chacin out

The Colorado Rockies began spring training with four starters set in their rotation and several pitchers competing for the fifth spot.

But the shoulder injury to right-hander Jhoulys Chacin has created an additional opening in the rotation at the outset of the season.

Chacin has a strain and inflammation in his right shoulder, but an MRI last Monday revealed no structural damage. He began using resistance bands on Friday, the first step toward light throwing. Chacin had not thrown a bullpen session before being shut down, and it is uncertain when he will be ready to do so.

Hence, Chacin, a candidate to pitch on Opening Day at the Miami Marlins on March 31 along with left-hander Jorge De La Rosa, will miss his first regular season start and likely more as he builds up arm strength. Barring a setback, mid-April seems a more realistic time for Chacin to launch his 2014 season.


Dodgers OF Kemp cleared to start running

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Matt Kemp's recovery from October ankle surgery moved to another phase this weekend as he was cleared to increase his on-field activities.

Kemp has been limited to running on a treadmill, taking batting practice and fielding ground balls in the outfield through the first three weeks of spring training. But the latest MRI and examination of his left ankle showed sufficient healing for him to increase that activity and begin doing some running on the field.

"Stan (Conte, Dodgers' vice president of medical services) categorized this as step five of seven steps," manager Don Mattingly said. "There's still a couple stages to go through before he's ready to play in games."

Mattingly and Kemp emphasized that there is still no timetable for when Kemp will be cleared to take that step.

"Your guess is better than mine," Kemp said. "Honestly, it's a feeling thing.


No timetable for Greinke's return

There is no timetable for when Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke will return from a strained right calf, the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday.

Greinke sustained the injury Thursday. He made just four pitches against two batters in his spring-training debut before exiting with the injury. He played catch and walked without limping Friday.

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly said Sunday his status has not changed.

Greinke caused somewhat of a stir last week when he said he had no interest in traveling to Australia for the Dodgers' season-opening, two-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

But the Dodgers' No. 2 starter backtracked on Thursday, saying he would like to make a start in Sydney. He is likely to pitch in Australia if he is healthy but the injury clouds those plans.


Marlins' Fernandez starting Opening Day

Miami Marlins manager Mike Redmond named right-hander Jose Fernandez the Opening Day starter, making him the youngest pitcher to start a team's first game of the season in seven years.

Fernandez is the reigning National League Rookie of the Year who finished third in the Cy Young Award voting last season.

Fernandez, who will be 21 years and 274 days old when the Marlins open the season March 31 against the Colorado Rockies, will be the youngest Opening Day starter since the Seattle Mariners' Felix Hernandez in 2007. Hernandez was 20 years and 359 days old.

Previously, the youngest Opening Day starter in Marlins history was Josh Beckett, who was 22 years and 320 days old in 2003.

Fernandez went 12-6 with a 2.19 ERA with 187 strikeouts in 172 2/3 innings last season.


Indians acquire Sellers from Dodgers

The Cleveland Indians acquired infielder Justin Sellers from the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash considerations on Sunday.

To make room for Sellers on the 40-man roster, the Indians designated infielder David Cooper for assignment.

Sellers, 28, played 82 games for the Dodgers over the last three seasons.

Last season, Sellers batted .270 with 26 doubles, four triples, six home runs and 65 RBIs in 89 games with Class AAA Albuquerque. He also batted .188 with a double, a home run and two RBI in 27 games with the Dodgers.

Sellers has played 608 minor-league games at shortstop, 170 at second base and 35 at third base. For the Dodgers, he played 50 games at shortstop, 15 at second base and 13 at third base.

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03/02/2014 10:27 PM

Date WLT Pct Net Units Record

03/02/14 8-­4-­0 66.67% +­1855 Detail

Totals 8-­4-­0 66.67% +1855

Monday, March 3

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Boston - 1:05 PM ET Boston -106 500
Pittsburgh -

Houston - 1:05 PM ET Miami -120 500
Miami -

NY Mets - 1:05 PM ET NY Mets +116 500
Atlanta -

Philadelphia - 1:05 PM ET Tampa Bay -125 500
Tampa Bay -

St. Louis - 1:05 PM ET Detroit -120 500
Detroit -

Washington - 1:05 PM ET NY Yankees -117 500
NY Yankees -

Chi. Cubs - 3:05 PM ET Milwaukee -120 500
Milwaukee -

Cleveland - 3:05 PM ET Cleveland +111 500
Texas -

Kansas City - 3:05 PM ET Kansas City +104 500
Chi. White Sox -

LA Dodgers - 3:05 PM ET Oakland -117 500
Oakland -

San Diego - 3:05 PM ET San Francisco -125 500
San Francisco -

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03/02/2014 10:32 PM

LVH posts 2014 Division Odds

February 25, 2014

Odds provided by the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino (LVH) SuperBook






METS 25/1


2013 Winner: Atlanta Braves



REDS 9/2



CUBS 60/1

2013 Winner: St. Louis Cardinals







2013 Winner: Los Angeles Dodgers



RAYS 9/5




2013 Winner: Boston Red Sox






TWINS 30/1

2013 Winner: Detroit Tigers







2013 Winner: Oakland Athletics









RED SOX 12/1




A'S 15/1


RAYS 12/1



REDS 30/1












CUBS 100/1

METS 100/1


TWINS 100/1

ASTROS 200/1








REDS 15/1






CUBS 50/1

METS 50/1






RAYS 6/1



A'S 7/1







TWINS 50/1

ASTROS 100/1

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03/04/2014 12:24 AM

Date WLT Pct Net Units Record

03/03/14 6-­5-­0 54.55% +­280 Detail
03/02/14 8-­4-­0 66.67% +­1855 Detail

Totals 14-­9-­0 60.87% +2135

Tuesday, March 4

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Minnesota - 1:05 PM ET Miami -115 500
Miami -

Pittsburgh - 1:05 PM ET Detroit -126 500
Detroit -

Tampa Bay - 1:05 PM ET Tampa Bay +111 500
Boston -

Washington - 1:05 PM ET Atlanta -115 500
Atlanta -

Houston - 1:10 PM ET Houston +111 500
NY Mets -

Arizona - 3:05 PM ET San Diego -115 500
San Diego -

Chi. White Sox - 3:05 PM ET Cleveland -120 500
Cleveland -

Cincinnati - 3:05 PM ET Kansas City -115 500
Kansas City -

Seattle - 3:05 PM ET Seattle +111 500
LA Dodgers -

Texas - 3:05 PM ET LA Angels -125 500
LA Angels -

San Francisco - 3:10 PM ET Colorado -115 500
Colorado -

Toronto - 6:35 PM ET Toronto +102 500
Philadelphia -

Baltimore - 7:05 PM ET Baltimore +111 500
NY Yankees -

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03/05/2014 01:12 AM

Date WLT Pct Net Units Record

03/04/14 9-­4-­0 69.23% +­2395 Detail
03/03/14 6-­5-­0 54.55% +­280 Detail
03/02/14 8-­4-­0 66.67% +­1855 Detail

Totals 23-­13-­0 63.89% +4530

Wednesday, March 5

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Atlanta - 1:05 PM ET Atlanta -101 500
Philadelphia -

Boston - 1:05 PM ET Boston +101 500
St. Louis -

Detroit - 1:05 PM ET Detroit -116 500
Houston -

NY Yankees - 1:05 PM ET Tampa Bay -106 500
Tampa Bay -

Pittsburgh - 1:05 PM ET Toronto -113 500
Toronto -

LA Angels - 3:05 PM ET San Francisco -118 500
San Francisco -

Cleveland - 3:05 PM ET Cleveland +107 500
Seattle -

Oakland - 3:05 PM ET Oakland +101 500
Milwaukee -

San Diego - 3:05 PM ET Chi. White Sox -119 500
Chi. White Sox -

Kansas City - 3:10 PM ET Kansas City +106 500
Arizona -

Baltimore - 7:05 PM ET Minnesota -115 500
Minnesota -

LA Dodgers - 9:05 PM ET Cincinnati -115 500
Cincinnati -

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03/06/2014 12:46 AM

2014 Season WLT Pct Units Rank

ATS Picks 33-­24-­1 57.89% +­3525 138 of 1893

Thursday, March 6

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Boston - 1:05 PM ET Boston -114 500
Miami -

NY Mets - 1:05 PM ET NY Mets -106 500
Houston -

Tampa Bay - 1:05 PM ET Baltimore -111 500
Baltimore -

Toronto - 1:05 PM ET Toronto +101 500
Pittsburgh -

St. Louis - 1:05 PM ET Minnesota -106 500
Minnesota -

Chi. Cubs - 3:05 PM ET Chi. Cubs +107 500
Cleveland -

Cincinnati - 3:05 PM ET Cincinnati +105 500
San Francisco -

Colorado - 3:05 PM ET Milwaukee -118 500
Milwaukee -

LA Dodgers - 3:05 PM ET LA Angels -112 500
LA Angels -

Texas - 3:05 PM ET Texas -101 500
San Diego -

Oakland - 3:10 PM ET Oakland +100 500
Arizona -

Washington - 6:05 PM ET Atlanta -112 500
Atlanta -

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