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  • @SBlevins • 26m

    Philadelphia is in the middle of turning the corner and playing great ball. Eflin has concerned me through the season with his issues with consistency. he doesn't have to be great today but he does need to be good or at least our expectation for average from him. Philly today.

    My Pick: Philadelphia +116 & Under 10.5 50%
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  • @SwipaHouse • 33m

    Nats game totals have gone Under in 10 of their last 12 and both teams have been in the bottom of the league in OPS since before the All Star break. Soroka has allowed just 2 ERs or fewer in 12 of his 16 starts this season and Sanchez is scary for taking the under, is backed by a bullpen that has been much better as of late ranking 2nd in FIP since June 27 - a large part of the reason this team is back in contention.

    My Pick: Under 10 70%
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  • @JamesC • 58m

    The wind is howling out to center today but we have two pitchers that are just a littel above average. The Padres are loaded with right handed bats and the ideal fantasy stratagy is to load up on them but I have feeling we see a let down game. I want to take the under but I have issues with Lucchesi and don't really buy into the guy. if he gets rattled early it's over because he does a bad job staying composed in moments so pressure. I'm hoping the cubs get to him early and it justgoes down hill from there and i'm on the cubs

    My Pick: Chicago -136 60%
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  • @Yankees • 1h

    Pinstripe Alley: New York Yankees vs. Colorado Rockies: Masahiro Tanaka vs. Antonio Senzatela

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    The Yankees have been dominant at home since the middle of April, winning 13 of their last 14 series and splitting the exception to the rule. They've collected more home wins than anyone in the American League so far, and will look to lock down another today with the Rockies being the latest team caught in their sights.

    Masahiro Tanaka gets the nod to start today, coming off of a solid performance against the Blue Jays on Sunday. Tanaka gave up a couple of long balls against Toronto, but limited the damage to solo shots and worked an efficient six innings on 79 pitches.

    The Yankees have been dominant at home since the middle of April, winning 13 of their last 14 series and splitting the exception to the rule. They've collected more home wins than anyone in the American League so far, and will look to lock down another today with the Rockies being the latest team caught in their sights.

    Masahiro Tanaka gets the nod to start today, coming off of a solid performance against the Blue Jays on Sunday. Tanaka gave up a couple of long balls against Toronto, but limited the damage to solo shots and worked an efficient six innings on 79 pitches.

  • @JamesC • 1h

    talk about a let down yesterday, everyone and their dog had the over and they didn't come close. Pittsburgh isn't a hitting friendly park and we need to remember that because I actaully like Joe Musgrove and think he's going to be a good pitching (he's already a pretty decent pitcher) option for a few years. He does a great job limiting contact and this philies team just hasn't had the pop people expected. Eflin has extreme splits with lefties but this pirates team doesn't have any lefties that make an impact outside of bell. I'm going to ride the under in this game because both pitchers limit walks and don't really give up the long ball and giving the park I think that will be the case again.

    My Pick: Under 10.5 60%
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  • @CoryWatts • 1h

    3 main factors for me. The Phillies are 6-1 in their last 7 games against the Pirates, 7-3 in their last 10 games against a team with a losing record, and 7-3 in their last 10 games against the NL Central. Phillies is the play here

    My Pick: Philadelphia +116 70%
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  • Royals are brutal on the road with a 14-34 record and I dont think that turns around here. Plutko should get plenty of run support as Jakob Junis has gone 2-4 with a 6.43 ERA in nine games against the Indians in his career, including 1-2 with a 3.33 ERA in four starts against them at Progressive Field.

    My Pick: Cleveland -170 70%
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  • Keep a look out for the wind conditions. Likely to take a toll on some of these fly balls that got hit after what we saw yesterday.

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  • I like the Phillies at plus odds if you can get it. The Pirates are falling off a cliff right now, losing six out of their last seven games, while their bats have gone cold as they have only scored 18 runs in that six-game span. This looks like a good opportunity for Eflin to get back on track. Plus I like the way the Phillies have been playing as of late winning three out of their last four games which included two wins against the first-place Dodgers, and a 6-1 win last night.

    My Pick: Philadelphia +118 70%
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  • Too hard for me to trust Thornton here even against this terrible Tigers offense. In his last start, Thornton gave up five hits and five earned runs in 1.1 innings, leading to a 10-8 loss to the Boston Red Sox. and hasnt looked good all season. Not saying Norris is a shinning star but he is better in this match up.

    My Pick: Detroit +109 70%
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