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    BEGINNING THURSDAY, JULY 29



    Colorado at San Diego (4) 29th, 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Rockies split their first 12 games against the Padres, good for a hefty profit (+$470). They’ll catch inflated underdog prices at Petco Park, but their numbers outside of Coors Field have been abysmal (11-38, -$2060), so caution is surely advised. The Padres have not been a money-maker, particularly vs. righties (-$1290), but they do have an 11-4 record vs. left-handers at home (+$460). Chris Paddack (2.45 ERA last two starts) is slated to take on Austin Gomber in Sunday’s finale and is likely to be a reasonably priced option in that contest BEST BET: Paddack vs. Gomber.

    Baltimore at Detroit (4) 29th, 30th, 31st, 1st

    The O’s have been on a roll lately (7-3, +$685 last 10) but the Tigers have been steadily closing in on .500 (7-4, +$420 in the last 10 days) and they look to have an edge at home this weekend. Detroit has been a huge money-maker at Comerica (+$1435) and they’ve gotten a huge boost from Casey Mize, who has been their most profitable arm in 2021 (+$995, 3.64 ERA in 19 starts). We’ll jump on board when he starts things off for the Tigers in the opener, and we’ll keep an eye on the series as it progresses. BEST BET: Mize.

    Oakland at L.A. Angels (4) 29th, 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Athletics have dominated in head to head competition (9-3, +$495) but they’ve been losing ground in the AL West (4-6, -$345 last 10 days), falling six games behind the Astros in the division standings and putting their grip on the wildcard in jeopardy as well. They’ll send two quality right-handers to the mound at Anaheim in Chris Bassitt (+$600, 3.46 ERA) and James Kaprielian (3.24 in 13 outings) and we like their chances vs. an LA team that has lost money vs. righties at home. PREFERRED: Bassitt/Kaprielian.



    BEGINNING FRIDAY, JULY 30



    Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Pirates have dropped 8 of their last 10 (-$360) and they remain one of the worst pitching teams in the National League (5.01 team ERA). Nevertheless, they’ve turned a profit in night games at PNC Park (+$780) and they could steal an underdog win over the Phillies, who check in with an ugly 20-30 record outside of Citizens Bank (-$665). The Bucs have turned a profit vs. NL East team in 2021 (+$445). PREFERRED: Pirates in night games.

    Chicago Cubs at Washington (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    These clubs have pulled the plug at the trading deadline, with both unloading talent to various post-season contenders. The Cubs took 3 out of 4 when they squared off at Wrigley (+$200) but they’ve been dreadful on the road (19-33, -$1130) so tread carefully. Eric Fedde has looked decent in his recent outings (3.35 ERA last two) and we like his chances in Sunday’s finale, given the Nats’ 11-3 record vs. righties in day games at home (+$830). BEST BET: Fedde.

    Cincinnati at N.Y. Mets (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Reds won the final three games at Chicago and now have a solid grip on 2nd place in the NL Central with two full months left to close the gap with Milwaukee. They’ve been a huge money-maker on the road thus far (+$1050) and they’ll be facing a New York team that is only 11-20 vs. left-handers, averaging a mere 2.7 runs per game in those contests. Wade Miley (+$645, 2.86 ERA) looks too good to pass up at CitiField. BEST BET: Miley.

    Milwaukee at Atlanta (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Brewers are sitting comfortably atop the NL Central thanks to outstanding pitching (3.29 team ERA, 2nd best in MLB), and we’ll look for them to exact revenge from fading Atlanta, who took 2 out of 3 at Milwaukee earlier. The Brewers have great road numbers (32-18, +$1125) and none of the pitchers they’ll face this weekend gives us cause for concern. We’ll take the visitor throughout and look to take at least 2 out of 3. PREFERRED: Brewers in all games.

    L.A. Dodgers at Arizona (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    LA has already taken 9 out of 10 from the hapless D’backs in head to head play (+$620) and they’ve only grown stronger since then. They appear poised to add Max Scherzer and Trea Turner in deadline trades, despite already owning the best pitching staff in the majors (3.20) and an offense that averages over 5.0 runs per game. Arizona is the worst team in MLB (32-71, -$3205) so we’ll lay the price on Tony Gonsolin (+$335, 2.32 ERA) and Julio Urias (+$555, 3.54) when they take their turns. BEST BET: Gonsolin/Urias.

    Kansas City at Toronto (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Royals come into Toronto with a hot hand, having taken 8 of their last 9 (+$990, 2.53 ERA among starters). The Blue Jays are finally back in Toronto and get to play an actual home game for the first time since 2019. They lost 3 out of 4 at Kaufman Stadium the first time these clubs met (-$215), but they’ll be heavily favored nonetheless. Brad Keller has regained his form (2.64 ERA last two) so take the fat price when he is on the hill. BEST BET: B. Keller.

    Boston at Tampa Bay (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Red Sox are 4-2 in head to head play (+$255) and they’ve been a top money-maker in 2021 (+$1355). They have 13 remaining games with Tampa, however, a team hot on their heels in the AL East standings. The Rays have also had an outstanding season (+$1185) and their pitching is the top rated in the American League (3.52). We’ll hold off for the time being, in what should be an interesting weekend at Tropicana Field. BEST BET: None.

    Seattle at Texas (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Mariners have a 7-3 record vs. Texas (+$345) and they are very much in the wildcard chase. They’ve been the top money-maker in the American League so far in 2021 (+$2385) and they have a highly profitable starter in Logan Gilbert, who’s led Seattle to victories in 10 of his 12 starts (+$1170, 3.81 ERA) The last place Rangers have a 19-46 record vs. righties (-$2090) and now they’ve lost lefty slugger Joey Gallo. BEST BET: Gilbert.

    Cleveland at Chicago W. Sox (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The White Sox have a stranglehold on the AL Central, with outstanding pitching (3.58 team ERA) and an offense that averages almost 5.0 runs per game. They’ll be heavily favored when Lance Lynn (1.91 ERA in 18 starts) takes is turn, but they’ve dominated the competition in this ballpark (35-17, +$635). We’ll take a shot with the Chicago ace in the series opener. BEST BET: Lynn.

    N.Y. Yankees at Miami (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Yankees jumped into the trade market and snagged Joey Gallo and Anthony Rizzo at the deadline. They draw a soft opponent this weekend at Miami, taking on a Marlins’ team that is only 3-11 (-$840) in inter-league competition. Jordan Montgomery has lowered his ERA to 3.78 following two scoreless outings. Miami is only 11-21 against left-handers in 2021 (-$1005), averaging just 3.4 runs per game in those contests. PREFERRED: J. Montgomery.

    Minnesota at St. Louis (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Twins have flopped in 2021 (43-60, -$3010), posting the heftiest losses in the American League this season. The Cardinals don’t appear likely to make the playoffs, but they have eked out a modest profit here at Busch Stadium (+$420), and they have a trio of pitchers who are pitching very well. Adam Wainwright (3.51), Wade LeBlanc (3.27) and Jake Woodford (3.38 ERA in two starts) should help the Cardinals take at least 2 out of 3 this weekend. PREFERRED: Wainwright/LeBlanc/Woodford.

    Houston at San Francisco (3) 30th, 31st, 1st

    The Giants hold a three game lead over LA, but with the Dodgers making major trades at the deadline they’ll need to continue their winnings ways (+$2450 overall, tops in baseball). The Astros are looking to hold off a stiff challenge in the AL West. They’ve continued to play winning baseball (7-2, +$260 in the last 10 days). They own a 3.69 team ERA and they average 5.4 runs per game on offense. We’ll keep a close eye on these two. BEST BET: None.
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    Thanks Ray!!! Good Luck This Weekend Brother!!!
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    thanks Ray love the write ups..do you do these yourself or get them from a website? and how would i go about getting these weekly or or more so i could incorporate the info into my handiCrapping? thanks for your answer i advance~!!!!!!!!!
    The juice only matters IF you lose!!!!!!!

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    [QUOTE=elmer fudd;4479763]thanks Ray love the write ups..do you do these yourself or get them from a website? and how would i go about getting these weekly or or more so i could incorporate the info into my handiCrapping? thanks for your answer i advance~!!!!!!!!![/QUOT. winning points.com.com
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    [QUOTE=RAYMOND;4479764]
    Quote Originally Posted by elmer fudd View Post
    thanks Ray love the write ups..do you do these yourself or get them from a website? and how would i go about getting these weekly or or more so i could incorporate the info into my handiCrapping? thanks for your answer i advance~!!!!!!!!![/QUOT. winning points.com.com
    thanks for the answer..bol this season!!
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