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Timeframe # Picks Win% Bankroll
Last 30 1 0% -$110 #166
Last 365 13 53.8% +$64 #374
Overall 29 41.4% -$586 #1227
  • @Hitman • 4w 50%

    ***UNDER 6*** This game should go under six because both teams are coming off one goal scoring performances. The x-factor will be backup goalie Carter Hart, who is 2-0, with a 1.62 GAA, and one shutout. The goalie with the hot stats may be able to slow down the Oilers scoring. Edmonton is a good third period team, while the Flyers like to get things going in the second period. The first goal of this game will go a long way for which ever team gets it.

    $100 Under 6
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    • @Hitman • 2m 50%

      Vegas is giving Max Schertzer too much love tonight.
      Scherzer hasn't been the same since returning from injury - he has a 4.50 ERA in last six starts since August 22nd. Aaron Nola has had control issues with a +2.0 WHIP in last outing but I still like Nola and the big plus money in this spot.

      $100 Philadelphia +175
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      • @Hitman • 2m 50%

        DeSclafani > Smyly, solid value on the Reds here at only -134 at home.

        $100 Cincinnati -134
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        • @Hitman • 2m 50%

          Marcus Stroman has struggled since joining the Mets, but Zach Eflin has been struggling of late as well as he has an 8.03 ERA in his last three starts. The Mets have the momentum and they have the edge on the mound.

          $100 New York -115
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          • @Hitman • 3m 50%

            Both of these squads are expected to have porous defenses and both have high octane offenses so we should see a shootout tonight. The Wildcats have a strong offense, but the Warriors should be much improved on defense this year and they should make just enough stops to keep Arizona from running away from them. I like the points, especially with the hook.

            $100 Hawaii +10.5
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            • @Hitman • 3m 50%

              With Atlanta and Philadelphia ruling the NL East, and Chicago and Milwaukee just ahead for the final wild card, plus NYM creaking behind them, Philadelphia cannot afford another letdown. With so much at stake, even with Eflin starting, I believe Philadelphia will carry its Chicago Cubs series momentum into this one and fight off an opportunistic San Diego crew minus its best player.

              $100 Philadelphia -113
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              • @Hitman • 3m 50%

                Cubs are free today

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                • @Hitman • 3m 50%

                  Hamels got touched up against the Reds in his last start but he's still better than Nola and Chicago has the better offense. Big value with the Cubs here at +105

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                  • @Hitman • 3m 50%

                    Really surprised this game is a pick em', the Rockies have the edge here given that Marquez is 10-5 and has a 2.3 ERA across his last 3 games. Granted the Padres are playing better baseball right now, I like Marquez to stop the bleeding and pick up the win this afternoon.

                    $100 Colorado +102
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                    • @Hitman • 3m 50%

                      Texas offense struggling against good pitching and those trends should continue against Gio Gonzalez. Brewers win a 7-3 type of game. Give me Brewers -1.5 +115

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                      • @Hitman • 3m 50%

                        Smyly has been better in his last 2 games but I still don't trust him. Money is coming in on White Sox for a reason, because this game should be closer than- 150 odds. I'll take the Sox and 1.5X on my money all day with Smyly on the hill.

                        $100 Chicago +144
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                        • @Hitman • 5m 50%

                          Although the bookmakers expected to see a low-scoring series, two of the previous three contests were finished in the over with six or more goals in the total. The Bruins offense seems sharp, and the over has hit in seven of the previous ten head-to-head duels in St. Louis, so Im taking the over. Betting Pick: Over 5.5 goals (+120)

                          $100 Over 5.5
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                          • @Hitman • 6m 50%

                            Getting Carolina at only -120 at home is tempting considering how well the Hurricanes have played at home down the stretch and in the postseason so far. Boston has flat out owned the first two games of the series, and have had no issues winning on the road and owning the Hurricanes going back to the regular season. Based on what weve seen in the first two games, I have to side with Boston until they give me a reason to think otherwise.

                            $100 Boston +100
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                            • @Hitman • 7m 50%

                              As a Leafs fan, I really hope Im wrong here, but it almost seems like Boston has flipped the switch and figured out the way to beat Toronto. The Leafs have a hard time handling the rough bump and go style of play as Torontos offense is largely based around speed and finesse, and Toronto has had a hard time in this series rebounding after getting punched in the mouth. Toronto battled back a couple of times in game four, but after coming so close and falling short, sometimes that takes a toll on a teams psyche. The Bruins regained home ice with the win and I think they wont let it slip again, so Ill side with Boston to take game five on Friday

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                              • @Hitman • 7m 50%

                                Im tempted to side with Calgary as you have to think that the Flames are due for a bounce back but Flames lost six game by three or more goals in the regular season, and the next game in five of those six situations resulted in a loss. Sure, the playoffs are a different beast, but the Flames take a little while to get back on their feet after getting their butts kicked. Colorado was heads and shoulders the better team in game three, and are starting to look like a legitimate threat in this series if they werent already. I think Colorado and the low line is worth a look as a value play on Wednesday.

                                $100 Colorado -110
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