Bowling Green vs. Tennessee
Football Betting Over-Under Pick: Over 63.5 points (September 5th 2015)
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Bowling Green has an uptempo offense that really presses to get as many plays run as they can. Last year the Falcons put up 30 PPG on 433 YPG. They expect to be better on offense this year after losing only 1 starter. The key returning player in QB Matt Johnson who many feel is an NFL prospect. He threw for 313 yards in last year’s opener but was injured and lost for the season. He’s back full strength operating behind an offensive line with all 5 starters back. In last year’s opener BG & Western Ky put up 90 points on a whopping 1,100 yards! We expect the BG defense to be poor again this year with just 5 starters back. They allowed nearly 500 YPG last year and allowed 40+ points 6 times! Tennessee’s offense has some momentum coming into the season after putting up 45 points on a decent Iowa defense in the Tax Slayer Bowl. Their QB Dobbs is a dynamic athlete who is very mobile, but he can throw the ball as well. He took over as the starter last year in October vs Alabama and the Vols went onto score 34 PPG in his 6 starts. Those were against SEC (and one Big Ten) defenses. UT should have a field day offensively on Saturday. Both teams will put points on the board and OVER is the winner on Saturday.
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Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals
MLB Pick: St. Louis -106 odds (September 1st 2015)
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I don’t care who St Louis is starting, this is too good a price to back the best team in baseball at home, especially given that the Cardinals are 47-19 on the season at Busch Stadium. they are also 14-3 in their last 17 against the Nationals, including 7 straight wins at home. Marco Gonzales, their 2013 1st round pick, will be starting. He had a 1.65 ERA in 3 home starts last year and I’ll take my chances with him in this one. Washington will send out Joe Ross, who is on a strict innings limit and has struggled with a 4.97 ERA and 1.241 WHIP in 5 road starts (1-4 team record). Roll the Cardinals -106!
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Detroit Tigers vs. Kansas City Royals
Betting Prediction: KC -150 odds (September 1st 2015)
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The Free MLB System Play is on the KC. Royals. Game 924 at 8:10 eastern. The Royals are 15-4 on Tuesdays and 13-4 at home if the total is 7 or less. Detroit has lost 9 of the last 10 and 13 of 19 on Tuesday. The Tigers have a mediocre road bullpen that has a 5.44 road Era. Certain Home favorites like KC that are off a 1 run road loss are 18-3 vs an opponent off a road dog loss that scored 2 or less runs. Cueto goes for KC and he has a stellar 2.15 home Era and KC has won 8 of his 11 home starts. He has a 2.11 Era vs Detroit. Verlandder pitches for Detroit and he comes off a 1 hitter but the Tigers have lost 10 of his 13 starts and he did not fare well in his last vs KC. look for the Royals. On Tuesday the N.L. Central Double Perfect Play of the year takes Center Stage along with a powerful MLB Totals play. Jump on now as we get September off to a fast start. For the free play Take the KC. Royals. RV
Washington Nationals vs. St. Louis Cardinals
Over-Under Pick: Over 7 runs (August 31st 2015)
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Both the St. Louis Cardinals and the Washington Nationals have been swinging hot bats of late and I think we’ll see a high-scoring contest as the National League foes open a three-game series at Busch Stadium Monday. John Lackey will take the ball for the Cardinals. He’s off seven innings of one-run ball at Arizona and has a 1.91 ERA through 13 home starts on the year, but the Nats torched him for five runs on eight hits in 5 2/3 innings at Nationals Park earlier in the season. He has a 4.58 ERA in three career starts versus the Nationals who will turn to Gio Gonzalez. The 29 year old left-hander has dominated the Cards in the past allowing just 23 hits and three runs while walking eight and striking out 25 over a total of 29 innings. He’s 0-3 with a 10.22 ERA in his three outings though while the Cardinals have averaged seven runs per game over their last seven. The Nats have scored 41 runs over their last six for a 6.83 rpg average behind a .299 AVG.
– The over is 4-0 in Gonzalez’s last four starts with the total set at 7.0-8.5.
– The over is 6-2-1 in Lackey’s last nine starts with four days of rest.
– St. Louis’ Yadier Molina is 4-for-10 with a double and four RBI over his last two games. He’s 5-for-12 with three doubles in previous meetings with Gonzalez.
– Washington has a .287 team batting average against Lackey. Jayson Werth is 6-for-12 with three doubles against him and is off a 2-for-4 performance Sunday.
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Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets
Runline Betting Pick: Philly +1.5 -115 odds (August 31st 2015)
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So why get involved with the Phillies when they are playing the Mets?
Bartolo Colon. That’s why.
The overweight 42-year-old has a 4.65 ERA on the season, worked in relief two days ago for the first time in four years and the Mets’ bullpen carries a high fatigue rating.
Oh, yes, the Mets also are 3-9 in Colon’s last 12 starts.
Jerad Eickhoff makes his third big league start for Philadelphia. Acquired in the Cole Hamels deal with Texas, Eickhoff threw six shut out innings against the Marlins during his big league debut then lost five days ago to Colon and the Mets, 9-4. Eickoff pitched decently in that game allowing three earned runs on six hits in six innings. He has a 2.25 ERA on the season.
The Phillies aren’t as bad as their overall record shows. They are 23-17 since the All-Star break.