Texas vs Boston Predictions
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Texas owns the 2nd best offense in MLB and Adrian Sampson has given up 2 runs in last 16 innings. He has his work cut out tonight but is worth the risk tonight. Value here is with the big plus money.50%
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Sampson has been pitching lights out and it's hard to ignore. If you play draftkings you'll notice he's scored over 30 fantasy points in his last two games which is incredibly good. He has his game on point but has a tough challenge today facing the red sox at home. On the other side Price has been pitching great himself and I love how this lines up for him because Texas isn't the same team against southpaws because their top players are left handed batters and typically aren't in the line up. With that being said, I like the under because I love the momentum of Sampson and the matchup with price. I think runs will be had to come by tonight and dno't see either of these pitchers blowing up and think this game stays under easy
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It's hard to bet against David Price but Sampson has been nails in his last 2 starts, giving up only 1 earned in 9 innings against Oakland in his last start. Boston may have the slight edge here but getting 2X on your money, you've got to take Texas here as the value bet.60%
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Lone Star Ball: 36-32 - Rangers ask for roll with extra LOBster in 7-6 loss to Red Sox
That game sucked and I don't want to write about so I'll let this neural network site recap it for you using only the opening line of "The Texas Rangers lost in the finale to the Boston Red Sox":
The Texas Rangers lost in the finale to the Boston Red Sox. So I'd like to point to the guy who scored the winning run: David Freese.
Freese is an all-pro right fielder for the Los Angeles Angels, and this season, he's been a key part of their run to the division championship.
Over the Monster: Red Sox 7, Rangers 6: Homers and the bullpen pick up David Price
This game started off extremely poorly for the Red Sox, with David Price showing zero command and giving up six runs while recording only six outs. Given that and just how poorly this season has gone in general, it was fair -- probably even logical! -- to assume this was going to be a long night for the home team. Technically that is true, as the game took over four hours to complete, but it ended with a win. The Red Sox hit five home runs to complete the come back, with the big one being a three-run shot from Jackie Bradley Jr.
Over the Monster: Game 70 Gamethread: Red Sox vs. Rangers
The Red Sox have been struggling a bit of late to say the least, but they were able to come away with a win on Wednesday thanks to a walk-off walk from Mookie Betts. They'll have the red-hot David Price on the mound for Thursday as they try to salvage a split. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 PM ET.
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The Texas Rangers had three straight two-out hits off Rick Porcello in the top of the first -- capped by a Hunter Pence double -- to go up 2-0 and then didn't have another hit until Elvis Andrus hit one off the Monster with two outs in the top of the sixth.
By the time the Rangers had that fourth hit on the afternoon, the lead was gone as the Red Sox also enjoyed two-out triumph with each of their three runs against Lance Lynn coming in separate innings after Lynn had nearly gotten out of danger with the first two outs.
Over the Monster: Red Sox 4, Rangers 3: A real life win!
I'm sick and want to lie down, so I don't have much today. The Red Sox won a baseball game on a walk-off walk. It was neat.
I am feeling extremely not well today -- it's good and cool and normal to be totally freezing when it's in the mid-70s, right? -- so I'm going to try and keep this one short. Of course, when I say this I usually end up writing about 1500 words so don't hold me to this. Anyway, it was Rick Porcello on the mound for Boston on Wednesday with the Red Sox desperate for a win, and he was the story of the game.