• @CoryWatts • 22h

    Happ is a mess and Fiers has been great for the A's. Im surprised the odds are not moving in the opposite direction and more towards the A's. Might wait closer to game time but the play is the A's here

    My Pick: Oakland -113
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  • @CoryWatts • 22h

    The Cardinals are proving in this series that they are the better more well rounded team. Wainwright is a savvy vet who feeds off the home crowd. I think they win this one with ease.

    My Pick: St. Louis -108
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  • @CoryWatts • 22h

    I would be weary of Charlie Morton here. He lost his last time out (although he got 0 run support) and looks to be hitting a wall as the season winds down. Seattle has won 4 straight and are worth a shot here at these odds

    My Pick: Seattle +255
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  • @CoryWatts • 22h

    what happened in charlie's last start?

    My Pick: Seattle +255
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  • @CoryWatts • 22h

    I still dont trust the Orioles at home here. The Royals are bad but the Orioles are worse. Give me Kansas City here

    My Pick: Kansas City -105
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  • @CoryWatts • 22h

    Nats had a brutal loss yesterday that their bullpen gave up. They really should never have been in that situation as Strasburg was pulled in the 8th with only 94 pitches. The following pitcher would walk and give up hits before a three run homer was hit. Brutal loss and terrible choice from Davey Martinez. With that said this game has a huge difference in the pitching match up which is super important. Corbin and the Nats are the play here

    My Pick: Washington -150
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  • @CoryWatts • 7d

    The Mets have really cooled off since surging towards the playoffs, losing three straight. Losing Jeff McNeil really hurts this team as he was the spark that got everything going. This isnt a good spot for them either as the Braves have been super successful in the head-to-head series this year. Since the start of July Teheran has really been key for the Braves as he is has made seven starts and has worked at least 5.0 innings in all of them while allowing no more than three runs. In six of the seven he has logged at least 5.2 innings and surrendered two runs or fewer. New York is 1-5 in its last six at Atlanta. The Braves are 4-1 in the last five meetings between the two teams. Those trends should continue here

    My Pick: Atlanta -125
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  • @CoryWatts • 7d

    Smyly hasnt made too many people smile since joining the Phillies staff. Drew Smyly has gone 2-6 with a 6.96 ERA in 17 games on the year, including 1-1 record with a 3.80 ERA in four starts as a member of the Phillies and 1-4 with a 7.40 ERA in 10 games in his home games overall. The Phillies have been a below average offensive team so far as they come in ranked 17th in the league in scoring, putting up 4.77 rpg, while also ranking 22nd in hitting at .246 and 23rd in homers with 153. With all that said I think the Cubs can turn things around as they have all year and get a win here

    My Pick: Chicago -142
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  • @CoryWatts • 7d

    Chad Green Fastball Day! This should be a telling series with 2 playoff caliber teams square off. New York is the better team all around but if the Indians were going to steal a game this would be it. While the Yankees have been winning, they have also been giving up plenty of runs. I dont think Plutko shuts this team down but I think he can limit them enough for the Tribe to have a fighting shot.

    My Pick: Cleveland +145
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  • @CoryWatts • 7d

    Spencer Turnbull has been fun to watch when he is healthy and it shuld be interesting to see what he has. He also has yet to win a game at home going 0-7, the fact you need to read into with that tho is the fact that they didnt score a run in 6 of those. I think this is a great spot for him to break that trend.

    My Pick: Detroit +105
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  • @CoryWatts • 1w

    Love the Braves here in the battle of the lefties. Matz has improved since rejoining the starting rotation, but each of his last four starts came against non-playoff teams. He owns a 6.23 ERA in three starts against Atlanta this year which is what i'm going to go off of. New York has suddenly become relevant in the National League Wild Card race after winning 21 of their last 27 games. Despite their recent success, they will be faced with a tough task here against a Braves team that has given them some trouble as of late. Atlanta has won six of the last eight meetings in this series, including four of their last five games at SunTrust Park. Keuchel is looking to bounce back after his last start and should have the home crowd behind him in this one.

    My Pick: Atlanta -142
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  • @CoryWatts • 1w

    Its tough to go against Nola at home but the Cubs are the play here. Its been tough sledding for Philadelphia down the stretch as they have had some pitching staff issues. While on the other hand the Cubs and Cole Hamels have been trending upwards. Hamels has been strong for most of the season and two starts under his belt since injury should help him regain his form. The Cubs are 13-5 in Hamels last 18 starts, 9-2 in his last 11 starts against winning opponents, and 4-1 in his last five starts against the National League East. Look for the Cubs to deliver a blow the the Phillies playoff hopes

    My Pick: Chicago +106
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  • @CoryWatts • 1w

    Beede has been bad and most importantly for us, winless in his last five starts. Hes given up at least four runs in each of his last four starts and hasnt earned a victory since July 14 against Milwaukee, his first start out of the All-Star break. Bailey has been inconsistent to say the least but he has proven to be serviceable. Gimme the A's here at good value

    My Pick: Oakland -119
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  • @CoryWatts • 1w

    I love the Twins here at plus odds. They proved they could beat this team at home yesterday and I think there is a good chance it happens again here

    My Pick: Minnesota +101
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  • @CoryWatts • 1w

    I like the Pirates here at plus odds. Dillon Peters who is 2-1, with a 3.45 ERA has struggled to avoid having one bad inning that ruins an appearance, with the long ball proving problematic. The left-hander has served up at least one homer in four of his last five starts, and the two hit off him Friday resulted in the entire offense of the Angels 3-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox. He did draw tough luck with Chris Sale in that game but the problem still remains. With Bell starting to get hot I think he is going to give up a few more long balls in this one. Give me the Pirates and Archer to beat the slumping Angels here

    My Pick: Pittsburgh +105
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