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*10* MLB TOTAL OF THE WEEK (Power Sports) ~ 16-6-1 Run w/ ALL 10*s!

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Power Sports cashed his *10* MLB Game of the Week last night (on Atlanta). He's now on a 16-6-1 Run w/ ALL 10* plays!

While Friday was NOT a banner night for totals, Power is coming right back w/ his STRONGEST O/U PLAY for the week! 

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Power Sports' PITCHING MISMATCH ~ *RED HOT* 90-61-2 L153 MLB!

Power Sports continues to OWN America's Pastime as he's on a *RED HOT* 90-61-2 RUN! He's now an UN-BE-LIE-VA-BLE 921-670-15 w/ ALL MLBsince Opening Day of 2016! 

Last night saw Power cash his LONE side on the diamond, a 10* Game of the Week WINNER on Atlanta! For Saturday, he's spotted a PITCHING MISMATCH of EXTREME proportions!

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Overall, Power continues to OWN America's Pastime w/ a *RED HOT* 90-61-2 RUN! He's also 921-670-13 w/ ALL MLB since Opening Day 2016! Last night saw him win his ONLY side, a 10* Game of the Week on Atlanta! What are you waiting for here? Get down now!

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*10* CFL TOTAL OF THE MONTH (Power Sports) ~ ON ESPN2! 29-18-1 CFL RUN!

Power Sports had himself a football season FOR THE AGES last year, making a combined $23,888 profit in NFL & College! 

But he's also quite adept at betting the CFL. That's evident by the fact he's on a 29-18-1 Run "North of the Border" over the L3 seasons! 

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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 14, 2019
Cubs vs Dodgers
UNDER 8 -112 Tie
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8* Under Cubs/Dodgers (10:10 ET): Los Angeles has clearly emerged as the best team in the Senior Circuit (National League) as they have the best run differential (+109) and best overall win percentage (46-23). No team is even within 40 of that run diff and they are also six games clear of the next best team, record-wise. The Dodgers improved to 26-7 at home last night w/ an impressive 7-3 win over the Cubs, who have suddenly forgotten how to win on the road. Save for Wednesday's win in Colorado (which I was on!), the Cubbies have dropped eight of nine away from the Friendly Confines. 

Tonight features an excellent pitching matchup of Rich Hill vs. Kyle Hendricks. The Dodgers don't give up many runs to begin with (just 3.4 per game at home) and Hill has played a major role in that allowing 2 ER or less in each of his last five outings. That stretch has seen him give up only five runs TOTAL in 30 IP. His last start here at Chavez Ravine saw him toss seven shutout innings of three-hit ball (against Philadelphia). I know that the Cubs are averaging 5.6 runs per game on the road, but that seems like an unsustainable number moving forward. 

Not only should Hill quiet the Cubs' bats here, but Hendricks should do the same to the Dodgers. Hendricks has been on fire of late w/ four straight quality starts. He'll look to make it five here at a place that hasn't treated him all that well in the past, but this should be different. Hendricks comes in having won six straight decisions overall and has not lost since May 3rd, posting a 1.99 ERA. He's won each of his last three starts, posting a 0.909 WHIP and all three games stayed Under. This one will too. 8* Under Cubs/Dodgers

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 14, 2019
Blue Jays vs Astros
UNDER 8½ -120 Lost
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8* Under Blue Jays/Astros (8:10 ET): Toronto is a terrible team offensively as they are 27th in runs scored and have the lowest team batting average (.222) in all of baseball. (So much for that Vlad Guerrero Jr call-up!). Now you wouldn't have known that by watching yday's game where they recorded season-highs in both runs (12) and hits (17). But that was against Baltimore's beleaguered staff, which ranks among the very worst in baseball. Going from facing that to Houston, specifically tonight's starter Gerrit Cole, is a huge step up in class and should lead to this Blue Jays' lineup reverting back to "usual" form. 

The Astros have their own set of issues right now, namely filling out a lineup card. Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa, Aldemys Diaz, George Springer and Max Stassi will be among those NOT taking the field Friday and that's obviously a massive loss in production. Despite all the injuries, Houston has found a way to remain near the top of most important offensive categories, however, I don't think that can last. Four of the last five games have seen them get held to four runs or less. Their last game (played Wednesday) went 14 innings and saw them held to only three runs. The Under is 33-16-2 in the Astros' last 51 series openers. 

If there is one thing Houston can rely on here though, it's Cole, who is averaging a career best 13.8 K's per nine innings this year. He also has a 2.37 ERA and 0.737 WHIP his L3 starts, all of which have resulted in Astros' victories. Given the money line for this matchup, another win is likely in order and it's very likely that we'd avoid playing the bottom of the ninth, which is always nice when playing the Under. Toronto's Anibal Sanchez is obviously not in the same class as Cole, but the Under has cashed the last two times he's started (mainly due to poor run support). Sanchez is 3-1 w/ a 3.66 ERA previously vs. Houston. 8* Under Blue Jays/Astros

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 14, 2019
Yankees vs White Sox
UNDER 9 -120 Lost
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8* Under Yankees/White Sox (8:10 ET): As the odds seem to indicate, the White Sox actually have a fighting chance tonight against the Yankees and it's because of who's starting for them. Lucas Giolito has been absolutely filthy in his 12 starts, posting a 10-2 team start record to go along w/ a 2.28 ERA and 0.92 WHIP. He's been even better than normal recently, going 3-0 his L3 starts w/ a 1.17 ERA and 0.609 WHIP. Giolito comes into Friday riding a 15 inning scoreless streak, a stretch which has also seen him strike out 20 batters. He hasn't given up any runs in three of his last four starts overall.

Even w/o Giolito, the White Sox were able to beat the Yanks yday, doing so by a score of 5-4. Making the win all the more impressive is the fact Chicago had to rally from a 4-0 deficit. Leury Garcia provided the difference w/ a go-ahead solo HR in the seventh. Don't look for Chicago to fall into any sort of similar hole tonight as Giolito is actually 8-0 w/ a 1.69 ERA his L10 starts and will be going for an eighth straight win. The Under has cashed the last seven times he's pitched w/ the opposing teams combining for FIVE total runs (four shutouts!). Should we be ready to give Giolito the Cy Young already? He is third in the AL in ERA and he's held opponents to a .505 OPS.

Veteran CC Sabthia goes for NY. While he's dropped B2B starts, the White Sox have always been a kind opponent to him. The hefty lefty is 19-7 all-time vs. Chicago w/ a 3.67 ERA. Earlier this year (back in April), he tossed five shutout innings of one-hit ball against them. It's not like the White Sox are a strong offensive ballclub either. They are bottom 10 in both runs scored and OPS. The Under is 10-4 the L14 times Sabathia has started on the road against a team w/ a losing record and 6-1 the last seven times these teams have played. 8* Under Yankees/White Sox

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 14, 2019
Angels vs Rays
UNDER 7 +108 Lost
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8* Under Angels/Rays (7:10 ET): The Angels beat the Rays yday, 5-3, in a surprise result. There was a power outage that delayed the game and it also seemed to 'zap' the two offenses, which combined for only five runs over the final eight innings. The key to the whole game was the Angels scoring three runs in the top of the first. Also, Shohei Ohtani hit for the cycle, becoming the first Japanese born player to do so. It's going to be a lot tougher for the Ohtani and the rest of the Angels' hitters today though as they go up against last year's AL Cy Young winner, Blake Snell. 

Snell has a pretty misleading team start record (6-7) as he's pitched well, particularly here at Tropicana Field. He's allowed no more than 2 ER in 11 of his 13 starts this year! At home, he has a 2.91 ERA and 0.971 WHIP. Last time out, in Boston, he held the Red Sox to one run in six innings of work. In playing the Under here, we have to mention that the Rays have given up the fewest number of runs in all of baseball. They are allowing just 3.3 per game. Their last six games have all stayed Under as have 10 of the last 11. 

The Angels will have Andrew Heaney on the mound tonight and while he's given up six home runs in three starts, he's managed to mitigate the damage and still pitch well. He has a 0.960 WHIP as he's allowed just seven hits otherwise (besides the home runs) in 16 2/3 IP. He also has 28 strikeouts against only three walks. Lots of trends point towards an Under here, most notably the Angels being 23-5-1 Under their L29 Friday games. While that perhaps could be chalked up to a "random occurrence," the fact that the Angels are 39-17-4 Under their L60 games vs. a LH starter probably isn't. Incredibly though, the Rays have that very same record their L60 games vs. lefty starters. (Both Friday starters are southpaws). TB is also 10-0-2 Under the L12 times Snell has started Game 2 of a series. 8* Under Angels/Rays

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 14, 2019
Phillies vs Braves
Braves
-135 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
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10* Atlanta (7:20 ET):  The Braves are rolling right now as they've won seven in a row heading into this series w/ Philadelphia. As a result of that win streak, they've surpassed the Phillies in the NL East and now lead the division by 1.5 games. But don't think Atlanta will be lacking for any motivation this weekend. They have revenge on their minds after being swept in Philly back in late March (1st series of the season). Yes, the two teams Atlanta just swept (Miami, Pittsburgh) are two of the NL's worst. But I look for them to step up big on Friday and deliver a resounding win.

During the seven-game win streak, the Braves offense has scored a total of 49 runs or an average of 7.0 per game. They absolutely hammered Pirates pitching to the tune of 34 runs in four games. So that's what Phillies starter Nick Pivetta is up against here. While Pivetta has been pretty sharp lately (1.80 ERA in three starts since being recalled from Triple-A), let's not forget the reason he'd been sent down to Lehigh Valley. In his first four starts of the year, Pivetta posted an 8.35 ERA. Overall, the Phillies have dropped 8 of 13 and were shutout Wednesday (2-0) by Arizona.

Atlanta's rotation has been a real pleasant surprise in 2019 and Max Fried has been one of the main contributors to that. After struggling a bit in B2B starts, Fried bounced back by allowing only three runs over six innings against Miami on Sunday. The Phillies did not face him in the first series, so there's the unfamiliarity factor. Fried has pitched very well at home this year w/ a 2.75 ERA and 1.00 WHIP in six starts. I mentioned earlier that the Phils were shutout in their last game. That bodes well for Fried and the Braves as the last time Philly was blanked in a series finale (8-0 by the Dodgers on June 1st), they lost the opener of the next series (8-2) to San Diego. 10* Atlanta

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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 15, 2019
Brewers vs Giants
UNDER 7½ -113
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8* Under Brewers/Giants (4:10 ET): Based on Jimmy Nelson's first start for Milwaukee, the last thing you might want to do here is bet the Under. Facing the NL's weakest lineup (Miami), Nelson gave up five runs in only three innings, leading to a 12.33 ERA and 2.333 WHIP. However, that was also Nelson's first start since 2017 (missed all of last year recovering from right shoulder surgery). I think he'll pitch a lot better today as the Brew Crew look to bounce back from a 5-3 loss last night here in San Francisco. I'm on the Under.

Milwaukee could only manage three runs last night as they lost for just the second time in its last seven games. That was disappointing given the pitcher they were facing, Drew Pomeranz, who was 0-3 in May w/ a 19.16 ERA. It's a far more formidable task this afternoon going against Madison Bumgarner, who has had their number in the past w/ a 2.63 ERA in 12 starts. Bumgarner also comes into Saturday on a real roll. He's delivered four straight quality starts, including seven innings Sunday vs. the Dodgers where he allowed just one run and four hits. Unfortunately for him, the Giants lost that game 1-0.

The Giants are not a good offensive team, especially here at home where they're barely averaging 3.0 runs per game. So w/ Bumgarner on the hill, this sets up to be another really low-scoring game. SF is 28th in MLB in runs scored, 29th in team batting average and 29th in OPS. They did manage to homer three times in yday's victory, but I would not expect anything close to a repeat performance considering they'd hit just three HR's their previous five games behind. Nelson is better than what he showed in his return. Also, the Under is 13-2-1 the L16 times Milwaukee has faced a lefty starter. 8* Under Brewers/Giants 

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