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Oakland vs. Seattle, 04/14/2012 21:10
Money Line: -105 Oakland
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Today's winner is Oakland over Seattle. This is my Late Bailout Winner.
Despite being without big names, Ramirez and Sizemore, Oakland has started to find a rhythm. They possess six batters, each with 6 or more hits. A season ago, the A's took 5 of the final 7 contests over the M's. Oaktown has outstanding pitching. The teams 2.74 ERA puts them only behind Texas in the AL and 6th overall in the Majors. Tommy Milone is 2-0 in his young career, but the LH has given his team wins in all six of his starts. Seattle has been blanked twice so far, and beside Suzuki (.297) they don't have a single regular batter anywhere around a .300 average. The offense ranks 20th or worse in RPG, BA, OPS, and HRs. Their best power-hitter is Dustin Ackley, who has just 1 round-tripper. Hector Noesi gets the nod today. The RH was shelled in his debut on Monday in Texas, giving up 7 runs. The A's bullpen has the 1-2 punch of Cook and Balfour. The duo has been stellar, combining for 11 1/2 IP without allowing a run. The Mariners are 18-50 their L68 games vs. LH starters, 20-49 their L69 games played as a 'dog, and 28-57 their L85 games played overall. The A's are 5-1 their L6 games played vs. RH starters, 8-3 their L11 games played as a favorite, and 4-1 their L5 games played on the road. Take Oakland. Thank you.