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On 09/06/2011 11:24 PM in MLB

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Oswalt And Phillies Meet Braves On ESPN

ESPN is apparently tired of waiting for the Philadelphia Phillies to officially clinch a postseason berth. Their MLB standings page lists the Phils with a 100 percent chance to make the playoffs, though their magic number sits at 16 entering play on Tuesday.

The Phillies look to trim that number down Wednesday night in their series finale against the Atlanta Braves. First pitch from Citizens Bank Park will be shortly after 7:00 p.m. (ET) with ESPN televising the contest nationally in front of their broadcast of the Mariners, Angels contest.

Wednesday's mound matchup pits youth vs. veteran as Atlanta sends rookie Brandon Beachy (11-10, 3.37) up against Philadelphia's Roy Oswalt (8-11, 3.80). It's a rematch from an April game in Atlanta.

You won't get much argument from anyone about the Phils' chances of not only making the playoffs, but being the team to beat this October. Atlanta is among their potential roadblocks to a third NL pennant, and the Braves were soundly beaten in Monday's series opener when the Phillies (-215) rode Cliff Lee's sixth shutout this campaign to an easy 9-0 win.

Philadelphia was favored to pick up win No. 90 Tuesday night, the Phillies laying -125 behind some youth of their own, rookie Vance Worley.

Beachy will be looking for his first career victory against the Phils with Atlanta dropping all five of his assignments against its division rivals. The right-hander's three results in 2011 have netted a 5.79 ERA in 14 innings.

He did post a quality start in the one start here in Philly on July 8 (6 IP, 2 ER, 6 K), but fell short as a 145 underdog opposite Roy Halladay.

As unbelievable as it might sound, Oswalt could be on the outside looking in when it comes to being in the postseason rotation. He's definitely pitched his way into the No. 5 spot statistically, and has just five more starts at most to try and extend his streak to 10 seasons with 10 wins or more.

This will be Oswalt's third start vs. the Braves since joining the Phils in July 2010, and both have been Philadelphia wins with the righty tossing 13 innings combined and allowing just one earned run.

Oswalt was an even-money underdog April 9 at Turner Field when he and Beachy matched up. Philadelphia broke a close game open with a 5-run seventh on the way to a 10-2 victory, Atlanta's usually strong bullpen the primary culprit in the loss.

Calling the pitches in the series finale will be Jerry Meals who recently crossed the 500-game mark for regular season duties behind the plate. The 'over' is 14-11-3 in his 28 assignments this season, and on a 5-0-1 run his last six.

A wet day is in Philadelphia's Hump Day forecast, with a 60 percent chance of showers in the evening. Temps should hover in the low-to-mid 70s the entire game with a light ENE breeze (RF corner in towards 3B).

Atlanta leaves for the Big Apple after this game for a one-day stop to play a doubleheader against the Mets at Citi Field. The Phillies take off for Milwaukee to face the Brewers for four, Game 1 of that series on Thursday.

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09/06/2011 11:27 PM

LA Angels Host Seattle Mariners MLB Betting Preview

The Los Angeles Angels can’t afford any letup against their AL West rival Seattle Mariners in the series finale on Wednesday night.

This is the second half of an ESPN doubleheader after Atlanta at Philadelphia. First pitch from Angel Stadium of Anaheim will be at 10:00 p.m. (ET), with the MLB odds available soon.

Los Angeles (77-64) trails Texas by 2.5 games in the AL West, with time running out and a division title the only realistic path to the playoffs. The series opener on Labor Day was a 7-3 victory with the Angels exploding for six early runs off Anthony Vasquez.

The Angels are now 9-1 in their last 10 home games and 7-1 at home against the Mariners this year (4-5 away in Seattle).

Tuesday night’s middle game was still pending, a fantastic pitching duel between Felix Hernandez and Ervin Santana. Seattle was a 135 underdog in MLB betting, despite Hernandez sporting a 1.88 ERA in three starts against the Angels this year.

Jerome Williams (2-0, 4.58 ERA) will start for L.A. on Wednesday. The 29-year-old right-hander is a good story after being out of the majors since 2007 and winless since 2005. He has a 7.13 strikeout rate and just three walks over 17 2/3 innings.

Williams has made five appearances (two starts) since being called up in August from Triple-A Salt Lake. He last started on August 30 at Seattle, allowing four earned runs over seven innings in an easy 13-6 win. He then had a short relief stint on Sept. 2, having his start skipped after Jered Weaver was pushed back to attend a funeral.

Williams has a 1.00 ERA in his three home appearances, including a one-run, seven-inning gem versus Baltimore on Aug. 21 (7-1 win).

The Mariners (58-82) have lost five straight pending Tuesday, last beating the Angels on August 31 behind a complete game from Hernandez. This is the lowest scoring team in the AL (3.45 runs per game), scoring 61 runs less than any other squad.

Lefty Charlie Furbush (3-7, 4.97 ERA) will start for Seattle. He was acquired from Detroit at the trade deadline and hasn’t distinguished himself (2-4, 6.39 ERA) since.

The 25-year-old rookie last pitched on Thursday against the Angels. He surrendered four earned runs over six innings in a 4-3 home loss. He did settle down pretty well after a 3-run homer by Torii Hunter in the first inning.

Seattle is just 1-4 in Furbush’s last five starts (7.20 ERA). The two on the road have been ugly at Tampa Bay (8-0) and Texas (9-2), allowing a combined 11 earned runs over seven innings.

The ‘under’ is 4-0 in Furbush’s last four starts, but that’s only because the Mariners scored a combined 10 runs.

The Angels are 19-7 in their last 26 games against a lefty starter. The ‘over’ is 6-1 in the last seven versus a southpaw.

L.A.’s offense ranks just 10th in the AL (4.13 runs per game). However, it’s been much better the last 16 games at 6.5 per game. The ‘over’ is 12-4 during that span.

Seattle is just 6-20 on the road in the second half. The ‘over’ is 6-1 in the last seven away, allowing 6.14 runs per game.

Laz Diaz will call balls and strikes. The Angels are 21-8 the last 29 games with him behind home plate. The ‘under’ is 10-1 the last 11 times he’s been behind the dish against Seattle.

There are no significant injuries for either team. Weather also won’t be a factor, clear and in the 70s.

Seattle will return home to host Kansas City beginning Thursday, while L.A. has a day off before welcoming the Yankees on Friday.

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09/07/2011 12:10 AM

Wednesday, September 7

Game Score Status Pick Amount

Detroit - 12:05 PM ET Detroit -161 500
Cleveland - Under 7 500

Baltimore - 1:05 PM ET NY Yankees -190 500
NY Yankees -

Texas - 1:10 PM ET Texas +147 500
Tampa Bay - Over 7.5 500

Kansas City - 3:35 PM ET Kansas City +130 500
Oakland - Over 8.5 500

NY Mets - 5:10 PM ET NY Mets -117 500
Florida -

San Francisco - 6:35 PM ET San Francisco -138 500
San Diego - Over 6 500

Evening and WNBA Games posted later.......good luck !

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09/07/2011 05:22 PM

Phillies try to complete sweep of Braves

ATLANTA BRAVES (82-59, +8.4 Units)

at PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES (90-48, +18.6 Units)

First pitch: Wednesday, 7:05 p.m. EDT
Line: Philadelphia -135, Atlanta +125, Total: 8

The Phillies look for the sweep as they wrap up a three-game set with NL East foe Atlanta on Wednesday night. The Braves, who are now 9½ games behind Philadelphia, will send strikeout machine Brandon Beachy to the mound. The two teams play one more time this year in the final series of the season.

The Phillies are slight favorites in this matchup, sending Roy Oswalt to the mound against Beachy. The two pitchers have remarkably different styles, with Beachy having notched 66 more strikeouts in just 16 more innings this season. However, the Braves are 0-5 all-time against Philly with Beachy on the hill and Oswalt has held the Braves to 1 ER in 13 innings in his past two starts against them. Given the Phillies’ hot play (winners of seven out of their last nine) and tremendous home record (48-22), the pick here is for PHILADELPHIA to get the sweep.

The FoxSheets back up the Phils with this three-star trend.

PHILADELPHIA is 53-18 (74.6%, +31.5 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a winning record in the second half of the season over the last 2 seasons. The average score was PHILADELPHIA 5.2, OPPONENT 3.2 - (Rating = 3*).

Beachy (7-2, 3.37 ERA) is a strikeout artist, with 22 punch outs in 18 innings over his past three starts. However, the Phillies are one of the most difficult teams to whiff in baseball, with the fourth fewest K. This could explain Beachy’s poor numbers against them over his career with an 0-3 record and 1.63 WHIP in five starts. On the positive side, Beachy has been great on the road this year (4-1, 3.24 ERA, 1.15 WHIP) in leading the Braves to a 7-3 record in these 10 away starts.

Oswalt (7-8, 3.80 ERA) isn’t the ace he once was, but is still a crafty veteran who can get guys out. He dominated Atlanta earlier the season, allowing just one earned run in six innings. He also shut the Braves out for seven innings, allowing just one hit, one walk and fanning eight in a home start against them last September. In Oswalt’s last start Friday at Florida, he got the win with 7 K in 6.1 IP, allowing three runs and eight hits.

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09/07/2011 05:24 PM

Angels are heavy favorites in Seattle Wednesday

SEATTLE MARINERS (59-82, -18.9 Units)

at LOS ANGELES ANGELS (77-65, +5.5 Units)

First pitch: Wednesday, 10:05 p.m. EDT
Line: Los Angeles -190, Seattle +180, Total: 9

After losing a pitcher’s duel Tuesday night, the Angels need to bounce back when they host Seattle on Wednesday.

Los Angeles fell 3½ games behind Texas in the AL West race after being shut down by Mariners ace Felix Hernandez in Tuesday’s 2-1 loss. The Angels offense had been on a tear prior to that game, averaging 6.5 runs over their previous 16 games. The M’s win snapped a five-game losing streak, and Seattle has lost nine of its past 10 games in which it didn’t have Hernandez on the hill. While Angels starter Jerome Williams is a question mark, he pitched well against the Mariners earlier this season, and Seattle starter Charlie Furbush has been miserable all year. Even with the meager payout, LOS ANGELES is the pick.

The FoxSheets show another trend supporting the Angels:

L.A. ANGELS are 26-6 (81.3%, +17.9 Units) against the money line in home games vs. terrible power teams - averaging 0.75 or less HR's/game in the second half of the season over the last 2 seasons. The average score was L.A. ANGELS 4.6, OPPONENT 2.9 - (Rating = 2*).

Once considered a top prospect in the Giants system, the 29-year-old Williams (2-0, 4.58 ERA) is trying to revive his career with the Angels. His last appearance in the majors before this season was 2007. He went 7-2 with a 3.91 ERA, primarily as a starter, for Triple-A Salt Lake and he’s held his own in the bigs. The right-hander has won both his starts, including a victory in Seattle on August 30 when he allowed four runs over seven innings, striking out six. He also limited the Orioles to one run over seven innings, striking out six while walking none in his only home start of the year on August 21.

Furbush (3-7, 4.97 ERA), who came to Seattle from Detroit in the Doug Fister deadline deal, has really struggled since joining the M’s. He’s just 2-4 with a 6.39 ERA for the Mariners, and he’s dropped his past three outings while allowing 13 runs over 14 innings. After spending the early season in the bullpen, the left-hander is 2-6 with a 6.75 ERA in eight starts (with Detroit and Seattle). That included a loss to the Angels last Thursday, in which he allowed four runs over six innings.

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09/07/2011 05:25 PM

Wednesday's betting tips: D-Backs surge up money standings

Who’s hot

MLB: The under is 9-3-2 in the Chicago Cubs’ last 14 home games.

MLB: The Chicago White Sox are 17-5 in their last 22 games as a favorite.

WNBA: Indiana is 10-2 against the spread in its last 12 home games.

Who’s not

MLB: Washington has won three of its last 13 overall.

MLB: Pittsburgh is 2-8 in its last 10 games as a favorite.

WNBA: Washington is 1-7 against the spread in its last eight overall.

Key stat

26 – With their second-half surge, the Arizona Diamondbacks are running away with the lead in’s MLB team money standings. Heading into Tuesday’s game the 81-60 Diamondbacks had earned supporters about 26 units on the year.

Injury that shouldn’t be overlooked

Lance Moore, New Orleans Saints – Moore was held out of practice again Tuesday and is officially listed as questionable for Thursday’s opener at Green Bay with a groin injury. Moore had 763 receiving yards and eight touchdowns last year. The Saints are currently pegged as 4-point underdogs.

Game of the day

Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies (-140, 8)

Notable quotable

“You knew they had the pitching, but you knew unless they got hot and a little lucky, no one had them winning it. But they got hot and they got lucky, and they were a great underdog story. They really were.” – an unnamed National League scout told about the San Francisco Giants’ title run last season. The Giants sat seven games back of the NL West-leading Diamondbacks ahead of Tuesday’s action.

Notes and tips

MMA oddsmaker Joey Oddessa set odds for UFC 41’s main event between Brock Lesnar and Alistair Overeem, which goes Dec. 30 in Las Vegas. For now at least, both fighters are set at -115, though Oddessa doesn’t rule out action on Overeem moving the line in the ex-Strikeforce titleholder’s favor. Lesnar hasn’t fought since losing his belt to Cain Velasquez in Oct. 2010.

Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly said Tuesday he is changing quarterbacks, replacing senior Dayne Crist with sophomore Tommy Rees for Saturday's game at Michigan.Kelly announced the change during his weekly news conference. The Irish are coming off a season-opening 23-20 home loss to South Florida in which Crist started but was benched at halftime and replaced by Rees. Crist won the job in training camp but was just 7-of-15 for 95 yards and an interception that was returned for a score, helping the Irish dig a 16-0 halftime hole. Rees came on and was 24-of-34 for 296 yards, two TDs and two picks. Notre Dame is currently set as a 3.5-point underdog at the Big House.

Thanks to a rain delay, Tuesday's matchup between the New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles didn't get started until about 11 p.m. ET. The two clubs are back at it Wednesday for an afternoon matinee currently scheduled for 1:05 p.m. ET. New York is set as a -200 favorite.

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09/07/2011 05:26 PM

Wednesday's six-pack

-- Detroit Tigers will be tough in short series with Verlander, but they also have Doug Fister, who has a 2.64 ERA in 44.1 IP with Detroit, with three walks and 36 strikeouts. They might be tougher than Texas.

-- For some reason, Packers have five tight ends on their roster. Why?

-- There is actually a pro tennis player named Jack Sock? Sounds more like the stage name for a porn star.

-- Since losing 18-2 Sunday night, White Sox have allowed one run in winning their last three games. Tough year in Minnesota.

-- Baltimore-Bronx game was scheduled for 7:05 start; game didn't start until 11pm because of rain, but it was still raining when they started. How greedy can you be? With a 1pm game scheduled Wednesday, they started a game 14 hours before that one? Nitwits.

-- Jaguars released their starting QB five days before the season starts? It saves them $8M, but what kind of a way is that to run a team?


Wednesday's List of 13: Nobody asked me, but........

13) When Tennessee hired Lane Kiffin, they did LSU a huge favor. How? Kiffin brought in his dad as defensive coordinator, but the Vols already had John Chavis, one of the best DC’s in America. So when Chavis was sent packing, Les Miles gladly scooped him up, and its no coincidence that the Bayou Bengals now have one of the best defenses in America.

12) Speaking of Tennessee football, the Vols recently bought their way out of a scheduled 2013 road game at Oregon. No sense going all the way cross country to play a game you don’t think you can win.

11) Toronto Blue Jays are 9-0 at home in extra inning games.

10) Over the last decade, Chargers have been favored in three playoff games, but lost all three- their only playoff wins this decade both came as underdogs in Indianapolis.

9) Out of all the games in the major leagues this season, only twice has a pitcher allowed 10+ hits and struck out 10+ in the same game: Matt Garza against the Pirates April 3, and CC Sabathia in Boston August 30.

8) Another oddity last weekend; Francisco Cervelli batted four times Saturday, and saw only four pitches, putting each one in play. It’s the only time in the major leagues all season a player batted 4+ times and never took a pitch, putting each pitch in play.

7) The Mike Scioscia coaching tree is a strong one (Maddon-Black-Roenicke) but Maddon may wind up being more influential than Scioscia; lot of teams have copied his more extreme shifts against powerful lefty hitters, and the Brewers have copied Tampa Bay by trying to lighten their mood on road trips, having “theme trips” where the travelling party all dresses a certain way, according to where they’re going. They all dressed in western garb on their trip to Houston last weekend. Whatever works.

6) Since 2003, the Colts are 50-17 in games decided by 7 or less points.

5) Hue Jackson is Oakland Raiders’ 7th coach in the last 11 years and that’s not including any interim coaches there might’ve been. Steelers have had three head coaches since 1969.

4) Was surprised to read that Boston hasn’t hosted an NBA All-Star Game since 1964. Hell, even Las Vegas hosted one a few years ago.

3) There have been 883 coaching changes in Division I college football since Joe Paterno became Penn State's coach in 1966.

2) Why is Mississippi State playing Auburn/LSU within five days of each other, I mean other than to get a game on ESPN? Bulldogs have a good team now; they should protect their players better than this.

1) All this conference realignment talk makes me sick, but it is kind of interesting; its like a multi-million dollar game of musical chairs, where no one wants to be left standing outside the BCS, which is where the big money lies. As in all games, some schools are going to be losers (Iowa State? Baylor?). Ton of politics going on behind the scenes.

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09/07/2011 05:28 PM


Washington at Indiana
The Fever look to build on their 10-2 ATS record in their last 12 home games. Indiana is the pick (-12 1/2) according to Dunkel, which has the Fever favored by 14 1/2. Dunkel Pick: Indiana (-12 1/2). Here are all of today's picks.


Game 601-602: Washington at Indiana (7:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Washington 101.511; Indiana 116.172
Dunkel Line & Total: Indiana by 14 1/2; 148
Vegas Line & Total: Indiana by 12 1/2; 143 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Indiana (-12 1/2); Over


Long Sheet

Wednesday, September 7


WASHINGTON (6 - 26) at INDIANA (20 - 11) - 9/7/2011, 7:00 PM
Top Trends for this game.
WASHINGTON is 210-260 ATS (-76.0 Units) in all games since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 126-166 ATS (-56.6 Units) as an underdog since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 27-47 ATS (-24.7 Units) in road games in August or September games since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 17-33 ATS (-19.3 Units) on Wednesday since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 38-60 ATS (-28.0 Units) when playing with 2 days rest since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 131-170 ATS (-56.0 Units) vs. division opponents since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 130-166 ATS (-52.6 Units) after a division game since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 7-14 ATS (-8.4 Units) after allowing 75 points or more this season.
WASHINGTON is 57-81 ATS (-32.1 Units) after a loss by 10 points or more since 1997.
WASHINGTON is 13-29 ATS (-18.9 Units) after scoring 55 points or less since 1997.
INDIANA is 14-7 ATS (+6.3 Units) as a favorite this season.
INDIANA is 11-4 ATS (+6.6 Units) in home games this season.
INDIANA is 22-10 ATS (+11.0 Units) after allowing 75 points or more over the last 2 seasons.
INDIANA is 25-13 ATS (+10.7 Units) after scoring 75 points or more over the last 2 seasons.

Head-to-Head Series History
INDIANA is 8-6 against the spread versus WASHINGTON over the last 3 seasons
INDIANA is 11-3 straight up against WASHINGTON over the last 3 seasons
8 of 14 games in this series have gone OVER THE TOTAL over the last 3 seasons



Wednesday, September 7

Trend Report

7:00 PM
Washington is 1-7 ATS in its last 8 games
The total has gone UNDER in 12 of Washington's last 16 games when playing on the road against Indiana
Indiana is 2-4 SU in its last 6 games
Indiana is 17-8 SU in its last 25 games

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09/07/2011 05:29 PM


Milwaukee at St. Louis
The Brewers look to bounce back from yesterday's 4-2 loss and build on their 5-0 record in Zack Greinke's last 5 starts after scoring 2 runs or less in the previous game. Milwaukee is the pick (+105) according to Dunkel, which has the Brewers favored by 1/2 a run. Dunkel Pick: Milwaukee (+105). Here are all of today's picks.


Game 951-952: San Francisco at San Diego (6:35 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: San Francisco (Cain) 15.253; San Diego (Harang) 13.624
Dunkel Line: San Francisco by 1 1/2; 6 1/2
Vegas Line: San Francisco (-140); 6
Dunkel Pick: San Francisco (-140); Over

Game 953-954: LA Dodgers at Washington (7:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: LA Dodgers (Eveland) 14.802; Washington (Wang) 15.191
Dunkel Line: Washington by 1/2; 8
Vegas Line: Washington (-120); 8 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Washington (-120); Under

Game 955-956: Houston at Pittsburgh (7:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Houston (Happ) 14.281; Pittsburgh (Burres) 13.628
Dunkel Line: Houston by 1/2; 9 1/2
Vegas Line: Pittsburgh (-140); 8 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Houston (+120); Over

Game 957-958: Atlanta at Philadelphia (7:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Atlanta (Beachy) 14.459; Philadelphia (Oswalt) 16.094
Dunkel Line: Philadelphia by 1 1/2; 7
Vegas Line: Philadelphia (-140); 8
Dunkel Pick: Philadelphia (-140); Under

Game 959-960: NY Mets at Florida (5:10 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: NY Mets (Dickey) 14.957; Florida (Hand) 15.444
Dunkel Line: Florida by 1/2; 7 1/2
Vegas Line: NY Mets (-120); No Run Total
Dunkel Pick: Florida (+100); N/A

Game 961-962: Cincinnati at Chicago Cubs (8:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Cincinnati (Cueto) 14.967; Cubs (Dempster) 14.487
Dunkel Line: Cincinnati by 1/2; 9 1/2
Vegas Line: Cincinnati (-125); No Run Total
Dunkel Pick: Cincinnati (-125); N/A

Game 963-964: Milwaukee at St. Louis (8:15 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Milwaukee (Greinke) 16.054; St. Louis (Carpenter) 15.624
Dunkel Line: Milwaukee by 1/2; 8
Vegas Line: St. Louis (-125); 7 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Milwaukee (+105); Over

Game 965-966: Arizona at Colorado (8:40 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Arizona (Saunders) 15.253; Colorado (Millwood) 16.144
Dunkel Line: Colorado by 1; 9 1/2
Vegas Line: Colorado (-130); 10 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Colorado (-130); Under

Game 967-968: Detroit at Cleveland (12:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Detroit (Verlander) 16.460; Cleveland (Masterson) 14.463
Dunkel Line: Detroit by 2; 6
Vegas Line: Detroit (-170); 7
Dunkel Pick: Detroit (-170); Under

Game 969-970: Texas at Tampa Bay (1:10 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Texas (Holland) 16.131; Tampa Bay (Price) 16.667
Dunkel Line: Tampa Bay by 1/2; 8
Vegas Line: Tampa Bay (-150); 7 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Tampa Bay (-150); Over

Game 971-972: Kansas City at Oakland (3:35 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Kansas City (Chen) 14.976; Oakland (Moscoso) 15.823
Dunkel Line: Oakland by 1; 8
Vegas Line: Oakland (-140); 8 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Oakland (-140); Under

Game 973-974: Baltimore at NY Yankees (1:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Baltimore (Britton) 15.491; NY Yankees (Burnett) 14.975
Dunkel Line: Baltimore by 1/2; 11
Vegas Line: NY Yankees (-200); No Run Total
Dunkel Pick: Baltimore (+170); N/A

Game 975-976: Boston at Toronto (7:07 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Boston (Wakefield) 15.972; Toronto (Morrow) 14.819
Dunkel Line: Boston by 1; 9
Vegas Line: Toronto (-110); 9 1/2
Dunkel Pick: Boston (-110); Under

Game 977-978: Chicago White Sox at Minnesota (10:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: White Sox (Danks) 14.164; Minnesota (Pavano) 14.515
Dunkel Line: Minnesota by 1/2; 8 1/2
Vegas Line: Chicago White Sox (-130); 8
Dunkel Pick: Minnesota (+110); Over

Game 979-980: Seattle at LA Angels (10:05 p.m. EST)
Dunkel Ratings: Seattle (Furbush) 14.194; LA Angels (Williams) 15.154
Dunkel Line: LA Angels by 1; 10
Vegas Line: LA Angels (-200); 9
Dunkel Pick: LA Angels (-200); Over

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09/07/2011 05:30 PM


Wednesday, September 7

Hot pitchers
-- Cain is 2-0, 2.90 in his last four starts.
-- Eveland allowed one run in eight IP in his first '11 start.
-- Happ is 1-1, 1.38 in his last couple starts. Burres allowed one run in 5.1 IP in his first '11 start.
-- Beachy is 4-0, 3.19 in his last seven starts.
-- Dickey is 2-0, 2.25 in his last three starts.
-- Reds won Cueto's last five starts (2-0, 3.09).
-- Greinke is 8-0, 1.52 in his last eight starts.
-- Millwood is 2-0, 2.33 in his last three starts.

-- Verlander is 9-0, 2.73 in his last nine starts. Indians won seven of last eight Masterson starts (1-1, 4.64 last three).
-- Moscoso is 3-1, 2.96 in his last four home starts.
-- Britton is 3-0, 1.50 in his last three starts.
-- Price is 3-2, 1.42 in his last five starts.

Cold pitchers
-- Harang is 1-2, 4.13 in his last four starts.
-- Wang is 0-1, 4.67 in his last three starts.
-- Oswalt is 4-5, 4.97 in his last nine starts.
-- Hand is 0-2, 6.75 in his last three starts.
-- Dempster is 0-3, 6.06 in his last three starts.
-- Cardinals lost last four Carpenter starts (0-1, 5.54).
-- Saunders is 1-4, 5.80 in his last six starts.

-- Lewis is 1-2, 9.39 in his last three starts.
-- Hochevar is 2-2, 4.91 in his last five starts.
-- Burnett is 0-2, 13.50 in his last three starts.
-- Wakefield is 0-4, 6.63 in six tries for his 200th win. Morrow is 1-5, 6.38 in his last six starts.
-- Danks is 2-2, 4.85 in his last six starts. Pavano is 1-2, 5.60 in his last four outings.
-- Weaver is 2-2, 6.67 in his last five starts. Furbush is 0-3, 8.36 in his last three starts.

-- Over is 11-2-1 in Philly's last fourteen games.
-- Three of Happ's last four starts stayed under the total.
-- Over is 8-3-1 in Dodgers' last twelve road games.
-- Four of last five Dickey starts went over the total.
-- Over is 8-3 in Cueto's last eleven starts.
-- Over is 7-4 in Milwaukee's last eleven road games.
-- Three of Saunders' last four road starts went over the total.
-- Over is 9-2-1 in San Diego's last twelve home games.

-- Under is 7-3 in last ten Masterson starts.
-- Five of last six Burnett starts went over the total.
-- 10 of last 13 Toronto games went over the total.
-- Over is 9-5-1 in Rangers' last fifteen road games.
-- Under is 10-3-1 in last fourteen Danks starts.
-- Five of last seven Hochevar starts stayed under the total.
-- Four of last five Weaver starts went over the total.

Hot Teams
-- Giants won four of their last six games.
-- Dodgers won 14 of their last 19 games.
-- Arizona won 12 of its last 14 games.
-- Milwaukee won 31 of its last 40 games. Cardinals are 8-4 in their last twelve games.
-- Phillies won eight of their last ten games.
-- Mets won nine of their last twelve games. Florida won three of its last four games.

-- Tigers won 15 of their last 19 games.
-- Bronx won nine of its last ten games.
-- Tampa Bay won 11 of its last 16 home games. Rangers are 11-5 in their last sixteen road games.
-- White Sox are 14-6 in their last 20 road games.
-- Royals won three of their last four games.
-- Angels won nine of their last eleven home games.

Cold Teams
-- Washington lost 12 of its last 14 games.
-- Pirates lost nine of their last thirteen games. Houston lost four of its last five games.
-- Braves are 4-7 in their last eleven games.
-- Cubs lost 11 of their last 16 games. Cincinnati lost six of nine.
-- Rockies lost seven of their last eleven games.
-- Padres lost 11 of their last 12 games.

-- Indians lost three of their last four games.
-- Baltimore lost eight of its last ten games.
-- Blue Jays lost nine of their last thirteen games. Boston lost four of its last six games.
-- Minnesota lost 14 of its last 17 games.
-- Oakland is 4-7 in its last eleven games.
-- Mariners lost 15 of their last 21 games.

-- Atl-Phil-- Underdogs won seven of last ten Meals games, with five of last six going over the total.
-- Hst-Pitt-- Underdogs won four of last six Rapuano games.
-- LA-Wsh-- Under is 11-5-1 in last seventeen Cuzzi games.
-- NY-Fla-- Over is 10-3-1 in last fourteen Danley games.
-- Cin-Chi-- Four of last five TWelke games went over the total.
-- Mil-StL-- Six of last eight Reyburn games stayed under total.
-- Az-Colo-- Favorites won last five Davis games.
-- SF-SD-- Six of last eight Wegner games went over the total.

-- Det-Clev-- Six of last eight Gorman games stayed under total.
-- Blt-NY-- Over is 5-2-1 in last eight Darling games.
-- Bos-Tor-- Five of last six Kellogg games went over the total.
-- Tex-TB-- Favorites won last five Campos games.
-- Chi-Min-- Favorites won 13 of last 16 Barrett games.
-- Sea-LA-- Favorites won six of last seven Diaz games.
-- KC-A's-- Road team won seven of last ten Wendelstedt games.

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