That Colorado line is waaaayyyy out of wack.
Winner with the 2 picks recently posted, including CWS -1.5 +141 yesterday, but not sold on this one or the "angle" it relies on. Are you? Comments?
"L.A. Angels -1½ +173 over
4:10 PM EST. Triston McKenzie (RHP - CLE) is coming off a one-hit performance against the Tigers in which he was perfect through 23 outs. That breakthrough performance has put the lanky rookie on the radar. As impressive as any near-perfect outing is, McKenzie, benefited greatly from a huge early lead that took much of the in-game pressure off of his plate. The Baseball Team were up 11-0 after three innings that night and McKenzie was never under the gun to get a big out. There is much to like in the rookie's profile, but consistency has been an issue with him, as it often is with young hurlers. Perhaps McKenzie picks up right where he left off, but we're willing to bet that will not likely be the case.
The Angels will answer with a rookie of their own in Reid Detmers (LHP - LAA), who will make his fourth career start. Detmers is a former 10th overall pick from 2020. When a dude makes it to the bigs that quickly after being drafted, it's worth noting. Detmers made 12 starts in Double-A before making one at Triple-A and then getting the call to the show. Dude's strikeout rate while with the Trash Pandas was an outstanding 16.17 K/9 and he posted a 13.5 K/9 mark in his one start in Salt Lake. Detmers appeared to get his legs underneath him last time out, posting his best start for the Angels thus far, giving up one run on three hits against an Astros lineup that is not easy to put away. While this play is primarily a fade on McKenzie coming off that near-flawless start, the Halos appear to be fine fodder to back that wager up."
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As bad as KC was in the 1h of the season, they caught the Cubs for wins now. The Cubs may catch the Pirates yet.McKenzie another excellent start.
Fair Warning, how on earth could the Cubs have been favored? 2-13 last 15, Duffy batting cleanup, went into the game with 11 straight losses. It just goes to show the linemaker doesn't know everything. They must be focusing on football and contending teams.
As bad as KC was in the 1h of the season, they caught the Cubs for wins now. The Cubs may catch the Pirates yet
Tim Anderson has missed the White Sox last 3 games, and the Sox have lost all 3. It's no coincidence. Anderson is the straw that stirs the drink that is the White Sox.
The A's still reeling from that series last week in Chicago when the bullpen got heavily worked. Then on Sunday against the Giants, the bullpen blows the game in the 8th, and last night, Trivino blows another save against the Mariners in the 9th inning.
Smoke and mirrors, their run differential is the same as DetroitSEA Servais has to get some votes to win AL manager of the year. With the exception of Haniger, this teams lineup
is garbage. Seager is barely hitting his weight, yet still in the WC race.
The GM trades their closer in the midst of a winning streak and they keep rolling.
This one sounds good. Thoughts?
"Washington -1½ +160 over MIAMI
7:10 PM EST. Erick Fedde (RHP - WAS) has made 20 starts this year and comes in with a below average 5-8 record to go along with his 5.14 ERA. His xERA of 4.42 is uninspiring also. However, over his last five starts, Fedde has walked 7 and struck out 23 over 24 frames while pitching to a 5.92/4.19 ERA/xERA split. His groundball rate is 50% so a closer looks shows that this former prospect is trending the right way. Truth is, he has not capitalized on multiple MLB opportunities but his minor league pedigree was very, very good and maybe, just maybe, he’s found something at the age of 28. That said, this wager is more of a straight fade on Miami’s starter.
Jesus Luzardo (LHP - MIA) is somehow 2-2 in his four starts with the Marlins, but he has been absolutely dreadful. In those 18 innings, he has a 9.68 ERA, 2.09 WHIP, 6.66 xERA. Right-handed batters are destroying him this season, with a .974 OPS. To top it all off, the Nationals actually lead MLB with a .798 OPS against left-handed pitching. For whatever reason, the price on the Nats has been coming down this morning. At the time of this writing, Washington was a very playable price on the money line but we’re going to play the Nats on the run line. Point being, when the price to fade Luzardo is so cheap, or there is any type of takeback, you can pencil us in.
How about them Yankees? I got them at +135 (Bookmaker.eu) yesterday. How often can you get a team at that price who's won 10 games in a row? And on a public team like the NYY?