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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Sep 17, 2018
Rockies vs Dodgers
Dodgers
-146 at betonline
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

10* LA Dodgers (10:10 ET): This is a huge series at Chavez Ravine. The Dodgers lost Sunday night in St. Louis, costing them both a sweep and first place in the NL West. Meanwhile, Colorado was able to AVOID a sweep Sunday afternoon, beating the Giants 3-2. They now lead LA by one-half game in the NL West. Between these two and St. Louis, two of the three will probably make the playoffs. Obviously, one of these two will win the division. The other will likely be left to fend for the 2nd Wild Card, which the Dodgers and Cardinals are in a tie for, currently. I've been pretty steadfast that the Dodgers are going to be the ones taking the division, as run differential clearly indicates they are the better team here. That leads me to taking them tonight (and probably future games in the series as well). 

The Dodgers are tops in the NL in run differential, having outscored their opponents by 146 runs. Last night's loss aside, they have played much better of late. They've gone 15-7 since Aug 24. That includes them taking two of three from the Rockies, in Colorado, earlier this month. Hyun-Jin Ryu did not pitch in that series, but he will get the starting nod for tonight's opener. Since rejoining the rotation last month, Ryu has allowed 3 ER or fewer in all six starts (2.67 ERA). Most of them have come here at home where the Dodgers figure to have a clear edge. Not only do they allow just 3.8 rpg here at Chavez Ravine, the Rockies' offense predictably declines when taken out of the hitter-friendly confines of Coors Field. Over the weekend, Colorado managed just three runs (all of them being scored yday) in three games in San Francisco. That was a Giants team that came in having lost 11 in a row. 

For the Rockies, starter Jon Gray has been quite the pleasant surprise w/ an 11-2 TSR dating back to June 22nd. But one of those losses came to the Dodgers (earlier this month). Gray has lasted just four innings each of his L2 starts and allowed three home runs. He's actually allowed a HR in nine consecutive outings, including multiple in three of his last four. The Dodgers came into yday having homered in 23 consecutive games, which was the longest active streak in MLB. While LA has the best run differential in the entire National League, Colorado has outscored its opponents by just a single run this year! That means they should feel extremely fortunate to be 15 games over .500. I say that works itself out over the season's final two weeks and the Dodgers end up taking the division. It starts w/ this game. 10* LA Dodgers

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Sep 17, 2018
Cardinals vs Braves
Cardinals
+1½ -174 at betonline
Won
$100
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6* Run Line St. Louis (7:35 ET): Please note that this is a run line play only where I'm backing the Cardinals at +1.5. This is an incredibly important series for two NL playoff hopefuls. St. Louis was able to avoid what would have been a damaging sweep by beating the Dodgers Sunday night. They are now tied w/ LA for the second Wild Card, which is probably their only realistic point of entry into the postseason. Atlanta looks like a lot safer bet to make the playoffs right now as they lead the Phillies by 6.5 games and should win the NL East. But the Braves did lose both games over the weekend and this projects to be a tough game w/ runs being few and far between. That, and the fact the Cards have some revenge from a sweep two months ago, have me taking the RL in this one. 

The Cardinals really needed last night's game after dropping four in a row, all at home. Speaking of them losing at home, the Braves came to Busch Stadium at the end of June and took all three games, the only series these teams have played in 2018. Every game is going to be important from here on out and fortunately for tonight, St. Louis has Miles Mikolas on the bump. Mikolas has arguably been the team's top starter this season, posting a 2.99 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in his 29 starts. The team has gone 21-8 w/ him on the mound w/ only one loss in the L9 starts. Mikolas has a perfect 8-0 TSR on the road as well. By the way, St. Louis has the third best road record in all of baseball at 42-33. When Mikolas faced the Braves earlier in the year, he held them to just one runs in 6 2/3 innings. 

Atlanta counters w/ its own de facto ace, Mike Foltynewicz, who has given up 1 ER or fewer in five of his previous six starts. But surprisingly, the team has only a 13-15 TSR when Foltynewicz is on the hill this season. The Braves are one of two teams w/ a better road record than the Cardinals, but the flip side of that is they are only 38-36 here at SunTrust Park. Foltynewicz pitched well against St. Louis earlier in the year, but has generally struggled when facing them throughout his career. In four career starts vs. the Redbirds, his ERA is 7.13. I can't see the Braves sweeping the Cards again, nor do I see the visitors doing any worse than a one-run loss tonight. 6* Run Line St. Louis (+1.5)

Matchup Selection W/L
NFL  |  Sep 17, 2018
Seahawks vs Bears
Bears
-3½ +100 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Chicago (8:15 ET): Though the results were the same for both of these teams in Week 1 (close loss), I view the respective franchises as trending in very different directions in 2018. The Bears lost a heartbreaker last Sunday, blowing a 20-0 lead against rival Green Bay. You may have heard that Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is a big-time difference maker in this league. Rodgers got injured in the 1st half and that's when the Bears did almost all of their damage, including the newly acquired Khalil Mack returning a DeShone Kizer INT for a touchdown. But then Rodgers came back and the rest is history. Still, I came away impressed w/ the Bears' overall performance in what was a wire to wire cover. I took them plus the points in Week 1 and will lay the points w/ them in Week 2. 

Seattle lost its opener, also on the road, by a field goal at Denver. Don't let that close result fool you, however. The Seahawks are on the decline w/ most of the core players from the team's "glory years" having moved on. It's very much now Russell Wilson's team, but he's surrounded w/ a weak supporting cast and his offensive line is among the very worst in the league. Last week, Denver's Von Miller sacked Wilson three times himself and forced two fumbles. Now imagine what Mack and company will do here. I'm scratching my head as to how the Seahawks were able to keep things close last week, considering they were outgained 470-305 and had 12 fewer first downs (25-13). On Saturday, three Seahawks were ruled out for this game: WR Doug Baldwin, LB Bobby Wagner and LB K.J. Wright. Things have gotten so dire that the team has decided to sign Mychal Kendricks, a linebacker who was just released by the Browns in disgrace due to being charged w/ insider trading. As many as six Seattle starters could miss this game as three others (in addition to the three listed above) are questionable. This is no longer a good team, folks. 

I wasn't totally impressed w/ 1st year HC Matt Nagy's decision making in the second half last week. But the Bears' new coach is still an upgrade over "behind the times" John Fox, who went 1-5 SU and ATS as a favorite in his time in the Windy City. Most of my key indicators are pointing up for the Bears this season and I think they're a lock to improve on last year's 5-win total. They can't afford a second straight primetime loss. Look for Nagy to pick up his first win as a HC here. 10* Chicago 

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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Sep 18, 2018
Nationals vs Marlins
Nationals
-167 at betonline
Play Type: Top Premium

6* Washington (7:10 ET): The Nationals are certainly better than their record as they've outscored their opponents by a healthy 76 runs this season (4th best differential in the entire NL!). But losses like last night are indicative of why this club is currently 76-75 w/ basically no shot of making the playoffs. They blew a 4-0 lead - to Miami, mind you - and lost 8-5. The Marlins did all of their scoring in the fifth through eighth innings, taking the lead in the sixth (5-4) and then again (for good) in the seventh. Fortunately for the Nats, the Marlins are still a very bad team w/ the distinction of worst record (59-91) and worst run differential (-217) in the entire Senior Circuit. Washington also has Stephen Strasburg going Tuesday night. Like his team, he has owned Miami in his career. 

Strasburg hasn't necessarily been "himself" this season, especially when pitching at home. Fortunately for him, this game takes place on the road where he is 6-2 this season w/ a 2.26 ERA. Quite frankly, it hasn't mattered where Strasburg has pitched when facing the Marlins as he's gone 4-0 against them (0.67 ERA) going back to April of last year. His career numbers indicate even more dominance as the Nats are 19-7 the L26 times he's gone up against Miami. Here in September, Strasburg has pitched well, posting a 2.41 ERA and he's allowed 2 ER or less in four consecutive starts. He should do his job effectively tonight.

Sandy Alcantara will toe the rubber here for Miami and he has pitched well in his three starts this year, all of which have come against either the Phillies or Mets. He stays within the division for a fourth time here, sporting a 1.42 ERA and 0.947 WHIP thus far. However, I just can't look past the Marlins' general ineptitude as they are just 22-36 off a win this season. They've also given up an average of 7.1 runs the last seven games and as bad as their record is, it should be even worse given the difference between their number of runs scored and runs allowed. Look for the Nationals to bounce back Tuesday and earn a split of this short two-game set. 6* Washington

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Sep 18, 2018
Blue Jays vs Orioles
OVER 8½ -110
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Over Blue Jays/Orioles (7:05 ET): Baltimore's pain was Toronto's gain last night as O's skipper Buck Showalter was forced to piece together a real skeleton crew on the mound due to a combination of injuries and general ineffectiveness. The end result was a 5-0 Blue Jays' victory and I'm a little surprised the beating wasn't even more severe considering it was 3-0 after the second inning. Two of the three homers Toronto hit yday were solo shots. Most of the damage was done against "opener" Evan Phillips, the first of three pitchers used by Baltimore last night. Truthfully, I'm surprised they didn't use more, given none of the three used had ever started a big-league game before. But the real key to last night's game staying Under was Jays' starter Ryan Borucki, who tossed eight scoreless innings and allowed just three hits. Expect a higher scoring affair tonight though as I'm on the Over.

Baltimore now has 107 losses, matching the 1988 team (who started 0-21!) for most in franchise history. Obviously, this team is going to set the record, possibly as early as tonight. The O's pitching staff is easily the worse in baseball as it's given up 830 runs in 150 games. The team that has given up the next highest run total is Texas, but they've allowed "only" 787. It will be a traditional starter going tonight, that being Dylan Bundy, who has had a real issue keeping the ball in the park this year. Bundy has allowed 38 home runs so far, most in MLB, and that's a real problem given Toronto just hit three last night. Bundy also sports a 9.35 ERA and 1.875 WHIP his last seven starts, having allowed 6+ ER four times. One of those was against Toronto as he gave up seven in just four innings. His L2 starts against Toronto have seen him allow 12 runs in nine innings.

I know Baltimore is bad, but I was shocked at Borucki's success last night, holding them to just three singles. It was the 15th time the Orioles have been shutout this season and they're only 3-11 off the previous 14 losses. It was the third shutout loss suffered in the last week, but the O's did come back to score five and eight runs respectively in the two games after. I don't see Aaron Sanchez having the same kind of success Borucki did as Sanchez has a 4.90 ERA and 1.545 WHIP for the season. Last night was just the third shutout of the year for the Blue Jays and they give up 5.1 rpg on the road. Toronto is actually the top Over team on the road in all of baseball (45-27-4) w/ an average of 9.5 total rpg scored. 10* Over Blue Jays/Orioles

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Sep 18, 2018
Red Sox vs Yankees
Yankees
-129 at pinnacle
Play Type: Top Premium

8* NY Yankees (1:05 ET): The most famous rivalry in the sport is renewed Tuesday afternoon with this special matinee. Both the Red Sox and Yankees have known they're playoff bound for some time now, and in the case of the former, they've already clinched. The Yankees will soon too, but right now are trying to hold off the A's for home field advantage for what is all but assured to be the AL Wild Card matchup. Given the Yankees' home record (49-26), it would certainly behoove them to earn the right to host that one-game scenario. Entering the day, they are 1.5 games up on Oakland, who will be hosting the Angels tonight. The drive for homefield in the Wild Card Game should have NY highly motivated this afternoon as should the fact they have revenge against Boston for a prior sweep. I'm on the Yanks here. 

Last month, the Red Sox swept the Yankees at Fenway Park. It was a four-game series. But before that NY actually held the 5-4 edge in the season series. Though the Yanks are currently 11.5 games back of Boston, I feel the teams are a lot closer in talent than that. I like this opportunity to play against Red Sox starter Nathan Eovaldi, who comes in sporting a 7.72 ERA and 1.822 WHIP his L3 starts. He's also just 2-6 on the road. A former Yankees, Eovaldi did throw eight scoreless innings last month in Fenway. But given his 3.49 FIP, I don't see that happening again. The Yankees are averaging 5.6 run per game here in the Bronx, making them one of the highest scoring teams at home in all of MLB (right behind the Red Sox). 

On the mound, the Yankees will turn to J.A. Happ. He's actually been very effective since coming over at the trade deadline. He's posted a 2.70 ERA as a Yankee and was brought over in large part due to his past success pitching against the Red Sox. Over the last 4 seasons, Happ has posted a 1.78 ERA vs. Boston. He did allow five runs (all unearned!) against them back in July, but that was as a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. Last time out, Happ tossed six scoreless innings w/ 67 percent of his pitches going for strikes (including 15 of 23 on first pitch). He's 6-0 as a Yankee (7-1 TSR) and has allowed 2 ER or less in five of his last six outings. Normally, I might be worried about Boston's 34-9 record in day games this year, but the Yankees are 29-19. They're also 15-5 following an off-day. 8* NY Yankees

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