Picks Sunday Jul, 21, 2019
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$111 RISKED
MLB 7:10pm EST
MIA -111
 
New York +101
Miami -111
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  • I like the Marlins tonight for a few reasons: Smith has the edge over Vargas. Yes I know, Jason Vargas has pitched well this year, but he has a 4.34 ERA on the road, while Caleb Smith has a 1.84 ERA here at home for the year. Also the Mets don't travel well, New York is just 8-26 in their last 34 games on the road. Miami has struggled at home this year, but I feel that they have the edge(s) in this matchup.

    My Pick: Miami -111 60%
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  • Musgrove looked sharp last Friday against San Diego, when he allowed one run on five hits and struck out eight in seven innings. Peacock took the loss against the Yankees in his last start despite allowing two runs over six innings with 11 strikeouts. The right-hander has only one win in his past six starts despite a solid 3.67 ERA. With Musgrove looking good right now and working on five days' rest, I give Pittsburgh a reasonable chance to win this game, at +185 on your money there's only one option here.

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  • ATLANTA -1.5 (-100) - Miami's Richards has allowed 13 runs in his last 15 innings and has had issues with walks all year. I have a hard time backing the Miami Marlins simply because they don't score and it's the same thing every night. The pitching advantage heavily favors the Braves here, Soroka has pitched just 16.2 innings this season, but he's allowed just three runs while striking out 21. That's not what you want to see as the Marlins, a team that has a ridiculously hard time scoring runs as it is.

    My Pick: Atlanta -161 60%
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  • Orlando has been a great story this season, but Toronto has more depth and big home court advantage. Big number but I think Raptors win by double digits

    My Pick: Toronto -8.5 60%
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  • I'm going with Arizona St in this one. Arizona State has won four out of their last five games overall, and this is a good match up against Buffalo. The Bulls are a strong rebounding team, but Arizona St ranks 12th in rebounds and they've played in a tougher conference. They have an overall stellar defense. Not to take away anything from Buffalo but their 31-3 record is in the MAC. Buffalo has only covered 2 of the last 7 games.

    My Pick: Arizona St. +4.5 60%
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  • UC Irvine has shown us they can hang with talented, high caliber teams and the Wildcats are just that. Anteaters get somewhat of a home advantage playing in Cali while K State has a long travel. I think the Anteaters are underrated here. Especially since Kansas St won't have Wade. That's a deal changes. I'm going to take the points with the Anteaters.

    My Pick: UC Irvine +4.5 60%
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  • Rebels kill it ATS. They pulled 13 of the last 16 and 24 of their last 33 games so if you were taking them you should have banked some cash. The Sooners have struggled to cover ATS. They've missed covering 9 of their last 12 tourney games and 9 of the last 13 on a neutral site. ATS records is a huge part of what I consider when making my bets. This one is simple for me. Got the Rebels.

    My Pick: Mississippi -1 60%
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  • Agreed. Big size advantage for FSU today. Kabengele and Terance Mann going to wrech havoc. This one will be worse than this LSU Yale blowout

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  • The Lakers are in FULL TANK MODE. And missing 1/2 of their team here today. Boston -4.5 is the simple answer here today.

    My Pick: Boston -4.5 60%
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  • KENTUCKY (MONEY LINE +130) Im taking UK to win straight up today. Tennessee is one of the best shooting teams in the country, but when that accuracy falls aside teams have been able to expose the Vols down low. Subpar shooting percentages resulted in losses to LSU and Kentucky and a non-cover this week to Ole Miss. The Wildcats will be without Reid Travis, but Nick Richards will keep Kentucky from missing a beat on the boards especially on the defensive end of the floor. The Volunteers will need to shoot well at Thompson-Boling to overcome a hot Kentucky team that should refocus after taking a night off against Arkansas this past week. And since I simply dont trust their shooting right now, I will side with the team that should dominate the glass on both sides in Kentucky.

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  • BG is certainly the hotter team, both played tight games against Ball St both beat Kent St about the same. Statistically BG has the edge on offense. Feels trappy but agree BG has to be the play.

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  • These two squads last met on Jan 10 and it was the Heat who won by 115-99. The Celtics are healthy and a better and win but think it's a close game.

    My Pick: Miami +8.5 60%
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  • Wrong team favored. I'll take the Frogs +3. TCU scoring 80PPG and just dropped 98 on a good WVU defense.

    My Pick: TCU +3 60%
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  • I have lost a pile of money fading Cleveland this year but jumping on the band wagon tonight. Denver has beat a few quality teams this year in the Chargers and Pittsburgh but those were both flukey games with a bunch of turn-overs. I think this Brown's team are playing inspired football right now and they do have a top 10 defense.

    My Pick: Cleveland +1.5 60%
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