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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 26, 2024
Blue Jays vs. Red Sox
Total
10 -120
  at  LINEPROS
started

FRANK’S CUTTING ROOM FLOOR FOR WEDNESDAY, 6/26:

My “Cutting Room Floor” plays are the situations I considered the closest to being worthy of investment but did not make the “final cut” for my official plays today for subscribers. The last play I cut for Wednesday was with Under the Total in the game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Boston Red Sox listing both starting pitchers Yariel Rodriguez and Kutter Crawford. Toronto (36-43) snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 9-4 victory against the Red Sox last night. The Blue Jays have played 4 of their 6 games this season Under the Total after scoring nine or more runs in their last game. They have played 15 of their last 20 road games Under the Total with the Total set in the 8.5-10 range. Boston (43-37) committed three errors in the field last night — and they have played 4 straight Unders after a game where they committed three or more errors. The Red Sox have also played 17 of their last 24 home games Under the Total when priced as a money-line favorite at -110 or higher. Take the Under listing both starting pitchers. Best of luck — Frank.

Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports remains on an 8 of 11 (73%) MLB sides run with featured 25*/20*/10* plays despite losing with the NY Yankees last night! Frank is on a 36 of 59 (61%) All-Sports run with featured plays — and he is on a 13 of 21 (62%) MLB run with featured plays! Now Frank furthers his 4 of 6 (67%) MLB Game of the Month/Year sides mark with a 25* MLB Divisional Game of the Month tonight! DO NOT MISS OUT!

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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 19, 2024
Astros vs Mariners
UNDER 7 +100 Won
$100
Play Type: Free

FRANK’S CUTTING ROOM FLOOR FOR FRIDAY, 7/19:

My “Cutting Room Floor” plays are the situations I considered the closest to being worthy of investment but did not make the “final cut” for my official plays today for subscribers. The last play I cut for Friday is with Under the Total in the game between the Houston Astros and the Seattle Mariners listing both starting pitchers Hunter Brown and Luis Castillo. Houston (50-46) has lost two games in a row after their 4-2 loss against Texas last Sunday. The Astros have played 9 of their last 11 games Under the Total after losing their last game. They go back on the road where they have played 26 of their last 44 games Under the Total. Seattle (52-46) has lost three games in a row after their 3-2 loss in Los Angeles against the Angels on Sunday. The Mariners return home where they have played 17 of their last 25 games Under the Total. They have also played 5 of their last 6 games Under the Total when playing the Astros. Take the Under. Best of luck — Frank.

Frank Sawyer is on a 21 of 28 (75%) All-Sports run with featured 25*/20*/10* plays after a 2-0 mark with Round One Props in the British Open yesterday! Now Frank furthers his 12 of 18 MLB sides mark with featured plays with a SUPER SIDE SITUATION tonight! Want ONE MORE WINNER for Friday? BANK on Frank!

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 19, 2024
Astros vs Mariners
Mariners
-103 at BetVegas
Lost
$103.0
Play Type: Premium

At 10:10 PM ET on Friday, we will be playing the money-line on the Seattle Mariners (974) versus the Houston Astros (973) listing both starting pitchers Luis Castillo and Hunter Brown. THE SITUATION: Seattle (52-46) has lost three games in a row coming back from the All-Star Break after their 3-2 loss on the road against the Los Angeles Angels last Sunday. Houston (50-46) has lost two games in a row after their 4-2 loss to Texas last Sunday.

REASONS TO TAKE THE MARINERS WITH THE MONEY-LINE: Seattle did not see many breaks go their way going into the break with their last five losses all decided by just one run. They have won 4 of their last 5 games after allowing more than two runs in their last game. Now they return home to T-Mobile Park where they have a 30-18 record this season — and they have won 24 of their 37 home games when favored. The Mariners have also won 16 of their last 24 games at home. They turn to Castillo who has an 8-9 record along with a 3.53 ERA and a 1.17 WHIP in 20 starts this season. The right-hander’s velocity is down so he has been tweaking with his slider to slow it down a bit to present it with more contrast versus his four-seamer. He got nine whiffs off his fastball in his last start on the road against the Los Angeles Angels. He pitched six scoreless innings in that game. He returns from the break with a 0.71 ERA and a 0.79 WHIP in his last two starts — and the veteran should benefit from the week off since he did not make the All-Star team this year. Castillo has been much better at home where he enjoys a 2.98 ERA along with a 1.04 WHIP and an opponent’s batting average of .229 in ten starts as opposed to his 4.01 ERA along with a 1.30 WHIP and an opponent’s batting average of .241 in ten starts on the road. He gets to face an Astros lineup that still has no timetable as to when slugger Kyle Tucker returns from his leg injury. Houston has won four games in a row when priced as a -125 or higher money-line favorite — but they have lost 4 games in a row when priced no higher as a money-line favorite or as an underdog. Brown gets the start — the right-hander has a 7-6 record along with a 4.39 ERA and a 1.37 WHIP in 19 appearances (18 starts). After a good stretch of starts, things fell apart two starts ago when he gave up seven runs and 12 hits on the road against Minnesota. He lost control of his curveball in that appearance. He did follow that up by allowing two earned runs in six innings at home against Texas — but there were concerns raised from their effort. Brown only registered one overall whiff from his change-up, curveball, and cutter in that start. He increased the use of his sinker to offset his fastball. With a reliable second pitch, Brown is too inconsistent to count on. He has been much better at home where he has a 3.40 ERA along with a 1.17 WHIP and an opponent’s batting average of .211 in ten starts — but in his nine games on the road, those numbers rise to a 5.70 ERA along with a 1.64 WHIP and an opponent’s batting average of .307 in his ten starts.

FINAL TAKE: The Mariners have won 18 of their last 26 games against fellow AL West opponents. They have also beaten the Astros in 5 of their last 6 meetings against them — and they have won 4 of their last 6 games at home against them. 10* MLB Friday Late Show Bailout with the money-line on the Seattle Mariners (974) versus the Houston Astros (973) listing both starting pitchers Luis Castillo and Hunter Brown. Best of luck for us — Frank.

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