Boston at NY YANKEES (-1', +130)
By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper
I nailed the Under in the Monday night game, as the Bears and Seahawks kept it defensive. Tuesday night I pushed with the Mets-Phillies total, and last night I hit the Over in the A.L. East rivalry between the Yankees and Red Sox.
Tonight I keep the momentum flowing with NFL Winner # 4 of 5 this season.
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More recently, I've won 15 of the last 21 days, and I look to carry the momentum into a fourth straight winning week after hitting tonight's total.
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As I've explained for quote some time now, not a lot to tell with comp plays, as I'm keeping it short and sweet. The analysis will be limited, but I will highlight some points.
My free play for tonight is on the New York Yankees on the run line against the Boston Red Sox.
MAKE NOTE: All Run Line/Total plays automatically list pitchers with the starters who are scheduled to go at the time of the wager, and I want you to be sure the following pitchers are the starters of record on your ticket when making your play: Eduardo Rodriguez and Masahiro Tanaka. If one or both of these pitchers is not going, this is a no-play.
Let's start with Tanaka, who comes to the mound for the series finale versus Boston having twirled 20 consecutive scoreless innings. In 11 starts since July 15, Tanaka is 5-3 with a 2.15 ERA, and tonight he catches a team that is struggling a bit offensively, hitting just .243 over its last 10 games.
The hard-hitting Yankees who won 10-1 last night, will jump on Rodriguez, who is making his fourth start since returning from the disabled list. The first and third were both solid, and he struggled in the second one. Rodriguez is 2-3 with a 3.00 ERA in seven career starts at Yankee Stadium, so I think the fourth will be a problem.
Take the Yankees.
1* YANKEES RUN LINE
Chicago at CLEVELAND (-1', +100)
By Eric Schroeder, Featured Handicapper
Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the National League East on Monday night, as I told you the New York Mets would get it done for us in Philadelphia.
Cashed in with my 30 Dimer in the American League East on Tuesday night, as I told you the Toronto Blue Jays would get it done for us in Baltimore.
Gave a bit back with a 30 Dime loss on the Cubbies last night.
Now worries, tonight I'm looking to keep the betting week rolling with the total in tonight's NFL clash between the New York Jets and Cleveland Browns.
NFL Winner # 3 in a Row
Thursday Night AFC Total of the Year
My long-term package holders should be content because they're up money. And truth be told, that's what I care about most - LONG-TERM PROFIT. As long as I am winning over the long haul, I am happy.
I love this showdown, and look to make some easy money here.
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In American League Central play tonight, the Cleveland Indians will crush the Chicago White Sox. The Cleveland Indians won 4-1 in Wednesday's meeting, as Oliver Perez earned his first win of the year. Tonight the pitchers won't matter.
IMPORTANT: As you know every single Run Line play and Total wager will automatically list the scheduled starting pitchers at the time of the wager. But with this game I am not concerned with who is pitching for either team tonight and want you playing this game on the Run Line regardless. That said, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to be sure you have action even if one of the pitchers scheduled to start is scratched, by betting the game over again in the event that takes place.
The White Sox have dropped their last three ballgames, and we're talking about an Indians team that averages 4.9 RBIs per game this season. One of the highest-scoring teams in the league, the Tribe averages 5.03 runs per game, ranking third in the league with a total of 761 runs scored.
That won't bode well against a White Sox team that has lost seven of 10, batting .207 and being outscored by 17 runs in that span, and sporting a rather high 4.23 ERA in those 10 contests.
Leading the charge tonight will be Francisco Lindor, who is hitting .281 with 173 hits and 35 home runs in 148 games this year for the Indians. More recently, Jason Kipnis has three home runs and 13 RBIs over his past 10 games for Cleveland.
Lay the run line with Cleveland.
5* INDIANS RUN LINE