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    You know when Drake breaks a 54 year old record with 7 simultaneous singles in the top 10 previously held by the Beatles, that music has since sharply gone downhill.

    922 Houston -1.5 -115 (McCullers) S&O

    Let's see if the defending World Series champs can blow yet another run line lead at home.

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    Good luck, Jimmy.

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      WorldCup France to win -153 Heritage

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        Originally posted by jimmythegreek View Post
        You know when Drake breaks a 54 year old record with 7 simultaneous singles in the top 10 previously held by the Beatles, that music has since sharply gone downhill.

        922 Houston -1.5 -115 (McCullers) S&O

        Let's see if the defending World Series champs can blow yet another run line lead at home.

        i was just reading the box score of that game. Giles in the 9th, threw 8 pitches, faced 3 batters and gave up 3 earned runs. Stellar job.

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          Originally posted by Rockfish View Post
          [/COLOR]i was just reading the box score of that game. Giles in the 9th, threw 8 pitches, faced 3 batters and gave up 3 earned runs. Stellar job.
          The Cincinnati/Cleveland boxcore last night was even more nauseating. Great job Indians bullpen.

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            MLB

            #901 Washington nationals -137
            gio gonzo/ williams
            listed both
            htg

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              Originally posted by jimmythegreek View Post
              The Cincinnati/Cleveland boxcore last night was even more nauseating. Great job Indians bullpen.
              This story will make you more sick over the indians.
              Indians blow 9th inning lead thanks to classic miscommunication error that sent in the wrong pitcher

              The Cleveland Indians fell to the Cincinnati Reds 7-4 on Tuesday night, giving up all seven runs in the final inning of play.
              The issue in the top of the ninth for the Indians can be directed back, nearly entirely, to pitching. But it’s not because manager Terry Francona left reliever Cody Allen in the game too long — well, maybe he did. Allen threw only 19 strikes in 31 pitches and gave up three runs.
              The problem was that Francona stumbled when making the call to the bullpen.
              Yes, seriously.
              With two outs, Francona finally made the call to finally replace Allen and hopefully get out of the inning. Soon after he got pitching coach Carl Willis on the phone, pitcher Dan Oterocame running to the mound.
              Up comes Reds star Joey Votto — who then hit a three-run RBI double off Otero right on cue to put them up by two. Eugenio Suarez hit Votto in just two batters later, too, giving the Reds the three-run lead and eventually the win.
              So why did Otero get the nod? Well, apparently he didn’t.
              According to The Athletic’s Zach Meisel, Francona told Willis to call down for “OP” on the bullpen phone, meaning Oliver Perez. Willis, though, heard OT, and made the call for Otero to enter the game.

              Meisel is right. You can’t make this stuff up.
              That type of mistake is something that happens at a Little League game — or maybe a high school level game on a rough night. A miscommunication like that — especially in the final inning of a game — shouldn’t happen in professional sports.
              It’s probably safe to say that the Indians — whose bullpen currently ranks last in the MLB with a 5.37 ERA — are ready for the All Star break.

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                371-655-5 -74.02 [-2]

                MLB

                #915- Kansas City +183 @Bookmaker

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                  Salami Under 134.5 (-10) WHill
                  All great genius encounters violent opposition from mediocre minds

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by Rockfish View Post
                    This story will make you more sick over the indians.
                    Indians blow 9th inning lead thanks to classic miscommunication error that sent in the wrong pitcher

                    The Cleveland Indians fell to the Cincinnati Reds 7-4 on Tuesday night, giving up all seven runs in the final inning of play.
                    The issue in the top of the ninth for the Indians can be directed back, nearly entirely, to pitching. But it’s not because manager Terry Francona left reliever Cody Allen in the game too long — well, maybe he did. Allen threw only 19 strikes in 31 pitches and gave up three runs.
                    The problem was that Francona stumbled when making the call to the bullpen.
                    Yes, seriously.
                    With two outs, Francona finally made the call to finally replace Allen and hopefully get out of the inning. Soon after he got pitching coach Carl Willis on the phone, pitcher Dan Oterocame running to the mound.
                    Up comes Reds star Joey Votto — who then hit a three-run RBI double off Otero right on cue to put them up by two. Eugenio Suarez hit Votto in just two batters later, too, giving the Reds the three-run lead and eventually the win.
                    So why did Otero get the nod? Well, apparently he didn’t.
                    According to The Athletic’s Zach Meisel, Francona told Willis to call down for “OP” on the bullpen phone, meaning Oliver Perez. Willis, though, heard OT, and made the call for Otero to enter the game.

                    Meisel is right. You can’t make this stuff up.
                    That type of mistake is something that happens at a Little League game — or maybe a high school level game on a rough night. A miscommunication like that — especially in the final inning of a game — shouldn’t happen in professional sports.
                    It’s probably safe to say that the Indians — whose bullpen currently ranks last in the MLB with a 5.37 ERA — are ready for the All Star break.
                    The pitching coach should share the blame imo, when Francona wanted a reliever to pitch to Votto, Willis should have expected him to ask for the lefty, so if he thought he heard him ask for the righty, Willis should have double checked since bringing in a righty didn't make sense in that spot with Votto hitting
                    All great genius encounters violent opposition from mediocre minds

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                      920....BOSTON RED SOX -1 -311 5 DIMES

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                        COL/ARIZ UNDER 11.5

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                          5D

                          England -1 +272

                          I have them +139 or so as a BB already. I think Croatia playing B2B 120+ minute games and all the injuries they have finally gets to them. England wins in 90 - that I am sure of. I'll hope for an "empty netter" (right - that happens in this sport?) if need be. England 2-0
                          The mind is a terrible thing to waste unless we are talking about the MORONS who post at Covers where the collective Sports Gambling IQ for the ENTIRE site is.................4!!! and even that might be too high

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                            151 Milos Raonic -145

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                              907 Philadelphia Phillies Team Total Under 3 Even 5Dimes

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                                belmonst race 8

                                win

                                #5 Three Perfections

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                                  Originally posted by trytrytry View Post
                                  belmonst race 8

                                  win

                                  #5 Three Perfections
                                  hmm #3 wins

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                                    Padres under 7 1/2 (-110) William Hill

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                                      Colorado over 12 -115

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                                        929 St. Louis Cardinals -147 (listed pitchers) @ South Point

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                                        • #21
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                                          Originally posted by jimmythegreek View Post
                                          You know when Drake breaks a 54 year old record with 7 simultaneous singles in the top 10 previously held by the Beatles, that music has since sharply gone downhill.

                                          922 Houston -1.5 -115 (McCullers) S&O

                                          Let's see if the defending World Series champs can blow yet another run line lead at home.
                                          These losers couldn't cover the cost of a bashed Gatorade plastic jug in the dugout.

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                                            Originally posted by waco View Post
                                            COL/ARIZ UNDER 11.5
                                            I bet this too, we're off to a great start

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                                              924 LAA -110 BOnline
                                              The art of learning is learning who to ignore ~LeAnn Rimes

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                                              • #24
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                                                Two teams score 19 and the under still just misses the Grand Salami.

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