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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 23, 2017
Cardinals vs Cubs
+1½ -145 at 5Dimes
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Run Line St. Louis (8:05 ET): Please note that this is a run line play only where I'm taking the Cardinals +1.5. After taking Friday's opener (a day game), the Cards lost yday here in the Windy City, 3-2. Though held to only three hits - total - for the entire game, the visitors still were in position to win before blowing a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the eighth. The loss marked the 20th time this year that the Cards lost a game in which they held a two-run lead, most in all of MLB. All five runs in yday's game were actually scored in the 8th. Despite the disappointing result Saturday and the lack of hitting, the Cards would have still been a RL winner. That's how I'll play them tonight as they do no worse than a one-run loss here. 

In my analysis for Friday's matchup, I talked about how there really is little difference between these teams' overall performances in 2017. Sure, the Cubs have a 3.5 game edge in the NL Central standings, but despite being under .500, not only have the Cards outscored their opponents this year, they also have a slightly better YTD run differential (+22 vs. +21) compared to their rivals. I have more faith in their pitching than the Cubs and that goes for tonight where Michael Wacha will toe the rubber. Wacha comes in rocking fine form as he 3-0 w/ a 0.87 ERA and 0.822 WHIP his L3 starts. Last time out, he tossed a complete game shutout, allowing just three hits w/ an 8-1 KW ratio against the Mets. In his last 26 2/3 IP, Wacha has allowed just THREE runs total. Overall, the team has won the last five times he's taken the mound. I feel comfortable putting my money on Wacha here. He hasn't lost a decision since May 30th.

Cubs starter Jose Quintana will be making his Wrigley debut tonight, so the spotlight will be on him. Like Wacha, Quintana has a 3-0 TSR his L3 starts, which goes back to his tenure w/ the cross-town White Sox. Obviously, he's pitched at Wrigley before, but not as a member of the home team. As devastating as he looked in his Cubs debut last Sunday at Baltimore (seven scoreless innnings, struck out 12), he's facing a better - and less familiar - opponent here. The Cubs have been big money losers this season (-15.5 units) and have actually been outscored here at Wrigley Field.  8* Run Line St. Louis (+1.5)

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 23, 2017
Marlins vs Reds
-108 at BMaker
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10* Cincinnati (1:10 ET): This finale, of a series that has drawn little interest, offers some tremendous value on the home team who is hoping to avoid getting swept. Overall, it's been eight losses in the last nine games for the Reds, who have fallen deep into the basement in the NL Central. Of course, this was to be expected. Coming into 2017, they were projected as perhaps the worst team in baseball w/ the possible exception of San Diego. Now that we've established "what this team is," allow me to explain why there's value on them today. It has more to do w/ fading Miami really. The Marlins have only ONE 3-game win streak over the last month and that came right before the Break when they swept the Giants. I do not envision the same thing taking place here, not w/ the horrible Tom Koehler on the mound. 

Koehler comes in w/ a 7.20 ERA and 1.70 WHIP in 11 starts this year. Not good. The team did win his last time out, 6-5 over the Phillies, but did so in extra innings after Koehler put them in an early four-run hole. Before that, the Marlins had lost each of his previous five starts. He was actually sent down to the minors at point and when he returned, produced a 10.80 ERA in his first four starts. Miami had not been playing well itself since returning from the Break, dropping five of six and those were all home games. Another big issue w/ Koehler is that he rarely goes deep into games. He's never made it past six innings and only twice in those 11 starts has he gotten that far. He's also never pitched in this ballpark before. 

Yes, Cincinnati is experiencing a truly awful homestand as they are not only 1-8, but have been outscored 69-25. They've allowed 22 HR's, which is a big problem, but keep in mind that they also faced both Washington and Arizona, two of the National League's top offensive teams. Sal Romano (not to be confused w/ the Mad Men character of the same name!) is charged w/ ending this homestand on some sort of positive note and despite his numbers being somewhat similar to Koehler's, I feel he has the more potential of the two starters here. This is only his fourth career big-league start and in addition to having to face Arizona his last time out, he also had to pitch at Coors Field. This will - easily - be his most favorable matchup to date as Miami is 21st in runs scored. The thing to keep in mind about this homestand is that the Reds previously had a winning record here! 10* Cincinnati

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 23, 2017
A's vs Mets
UNDER 9½ +100 Won
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10* Under A's/Mets (1:10 ET): Playing these teams Under burned me yday, but the philosophy behind the play has not changed and thus I'm back for more. Furthermore, today we're getting a better number as 9 is a key number in betting MLB totals and so that additional half run could prove vital. Also, with the Mets favored, there's a decent chance we won't have to play the bottom of the ninth today, which is always helpful when playing an Under as you don't need to sit through those final three outs. Last night's game saw Oakland jump out to a 4-0 lead after the top of the first, which really put us behind the proverbial 8-ball. I see no such outburts occurring today (A's scored only one run the rest of the way) and thus Under is the play.

The Mets are the top Over team in baseball. But they're run production actually slips dramatically at Citi Field compared to the road. At home, they average 4.4 rpg, nearly a full run fewer than what they average on the road. At the risk of being redundant, they're hosting an AL team here, which is notable because the A's lose the DH and have to send their pitchers (unaccustomed to batting) up to the plate. Even w/ the benefit of the DH, Oakland is just 22nd in runs scored in all of MLB, not to mention 28th in team batting average and 24th in OBP. Mets' starter Rafael Montero should be able to handle their lineup today as even in defeat, he looked good his last time out, allowing just 2 ER in a 5-0 loss to the Cardinals. The Mets' bullpen threw four scoreless innings last night, a good sign as well.

The A's bullpen hasn't been nearly as stout in this series, but that was to be expected after the trade w/ Washington. Still, I'm not too worried about it. Starter Daniel Gossett is off perhaps his best start of the year as he went seven innings and allowed just three runs. Coming into this series, A's pitching had allowed four runs or less in eight consecutive games. So, it's not that side of the ledger I'd be concerned with. Rather, the offense scoring only 3.9 rpg on the road is a bigger concern, yet one that works to our advantage here. The Mets have struggled offensively in day games as well, averaging just 3.8 rpg for the year. 10* Under A's/Mets


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