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Mariners @ Orioles

Written by Steve Rich on May 19, 2015 bravessexygirl39320

The Seattle Mariners travel to Baltimore to play the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards.  Baltimore is the favorite at -128 with a total set at 8.5.  The Mariners send Taijaun Walker to the mound to face the O’s Miguel Gonzalez.  In seven meetings last season the Under cashed at a rate of 6-1.   The Mariners Walker has been wildly inconsistent so far this year.  He is 1-4 with a 7.22 ERA but, in his last start he threw six innings, giving up only four hits and two runs against the Padres.  He will need another good outing tonight as the M’s have endured a power outage only scoring 2.4 rpg their last five.   The Orioles counter with Miguel Gonzalez who has been pitching well for the most part this year.  He is 2-1 with a 2.33 ERA in his last three starts and his last start he only surrendered three hits and one run in 7 2/3... 

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Cardinals at Mets

Written by Steve Rich on May 18, 2015 shutterstock_62893237

By Steve Rich   The Cardinals take on the NY Mets tonight at Citi Field at 7:10 ET.  Right hander John Lackey takes the hill for the visiting Cardinals while the ace of the Mets staff right hander Matt Harvey toes the rubber for the Mets.   John Lackey has allowed three runs or fewer in his last four starts, however, he is only 1-2 in those games.  He has a career ERA against the Mets of 2.70 in 2 career starts.  The Cards avoided a sweep at the hands of the Tigers last night with a 2-1 victory.  Kolten Wong supplied the power as he broke a 1-1 tie with his solo homer.  The Cards have been struggling to score and have been held to fewer than four runs for the fifth time in the last seven games.  They will have to face the Mets Matt Harvey after arriving in New York late due to  playing on Sunday Night Baseball against the... 

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LRP Line Moves and Top Trends for May 18th

Written by Steve Rich on May 18, 2015 rangers (1)

By Doug Upstone   Skimpy card for a Monday, but the betting odds are still being jostled around and we have uncovered four line moves for today. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (535-482 L195D)   MLB – (901) ST. LOUIS at (902) N.Y METS 7:10 ET  ESPN   In this battle of NL division leaders, St. Louis is going through it first sour part of the season having lost two of their last three series for a 4-5 record. New York found the perfect tonic to end their five-game losing streak, the Milwaukee Brewers. With Matt Harvey (5-1, 2.31 ERA) on the mound, one would think the Mets a well positioned to take the series opener. Upon close inspection, this might not be that simple for Harvey and New York since the Cardinals are the only team in baseball to have defeated the right-hander twice, though he... 

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140th Preakness Stakes

Written by Steve Rich on May 15, 2015 Preakness

The Preakness Stakes takes place Saturday May 16th at Pimlico Racetrack in Baltimore, Maryland.  The “Call to Post” is approximately 6:30 ET.  The top three horses from the Kentucky Derby lead a small eight horse field.  The overwhelming favorite and winner of the Kentucky Derby, American Pharoah will be running for the second leg of the Triple Crown.  No horse has won the Triple Crown since Affirmed in 1978.  Here is a look at the horses that will be running.   1 American Pharoah 4/5 – Victor Espinoza/Bob Baffert –  The favorite shouldn’t be bothered by the post on the rail in this small field.  He has enough speed to not get pinned in.  I will be including him in all wagers. 2 Dortmund 7/2 – Martin Garcia/Bob Baffert – Many feel this will be the horse that can beat the favorite if anyone can.  He is a... 

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LRP Line Moves and Top Trends – Weekend Edition

Written by Steve Rich on May 15, 2015 stephen-curry

LRP Line Moves and Top Trends – Weekend Edition   By Doug Upstone   Another big weekend of sports wagering on tap and we have line moves and top trends not only for today but the other days as well. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (533-479 L194D)   NBA – (747) GOLDEN STATE at (748) MEMPHIS  9:35 ET  ESPN   With this series a perfect 5-0 UNDER, the total has slid from 195 to 193.5 for Game 6. Memphis guard Tony Allen has contributed to the lower scoring by harassing Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, but he injured his hamstring in Game 4 and only played 16 minutes, missed all of Game 5 and is listed as questionable tonight. Also, Golden State has also made defensive adjustments and the Grizzlies have shot under 40 percent in consecutive contests and are unlikely to win by playing up-tempo... 

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Toronto at Baltimore

Written by Steve Rich on May 14, 2015 shutterstock_62893237

Toronto @ Baltimore  7:05 PM EST Play On:  Baltimore -119 (Sanchez/Gonzalez) Listed The Toronto Blue Jays travel to Baltimore to take on the Orioles on Wednesday night.  Toronto is 17-17 SU overall this year while Baltimore is 14-17 SU overall this season.  Baltimore is scoring 5.7 runs per game at home this year where they have an overall team batting average of .291 in those 15 games.  Aaron Sanchez is 1-1 with a 4.91 ERA on the road this year.  Sanchez has more walks than strike outs overall this year with 25 walks compared to 24 strike outs.  Miguel Gonzalez is 2-0 with a 2.18 ERA at home this season.  Gonzalez has 17 strikeouts compared to only 3 walks at home this season.  Gonzalez is 6-2 with a 2.64 ERA in his 10 starts in his career against Toronto.  We’ll recommend a small play on Baltimore tonight!  Thanks and good... 

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LRP Line Moves and Top Trends for Wednesday

Written by Steve Rich on May 13, 2015 rangers (1)

By Doug Upstone   Both afternoon baseball contests have seen the favorites fall at least 15 cents on the money line. Besides these games we have two other MLB contests which are on the move along this in the NBA Playoffs and Stanley Cup Playoffs. Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (530-474 L192D)   NBA – (737) WASHINGTON at (738) ATLANTA 8:05 ET  TNT   Hard to say specifically if the rumors about John Wall being a game time decision are true completely accurate, but he did participate at the morning shoot-around. Did this in any way impact the Washington slipping from +9 to +7.5, hard to say. I think it is more of reflection the Wizards are not making life easy for Atlanta and they will look to tighten up the interior defense, which allowed the Hawks to shoot 47.1 percent, doing a great deal... 

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Rickie Fowler Wins PGA Championship

Written by Steve Rich on May 11, 2015 PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL - MAY 12:  during the final round of THE PLAYERS Championship on THE PLAYERS Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on May 12, 2013 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. (Photo by Jennifer Perez/PGA TOUR) *** Local Caption ***

The tournament that is the biggest and best PGA tournament outside of the four majors was won by Rickie Fowler Sunday evening.  All Fowler did on the last four holes of regulation was go birdie, eagle, birdie, birdie.   This was one of the great finishes of all time at the Players.  In the last hour alone, six players had their chances to bring home the trophy and the $1.8 million prize.  Ben Martin made three straight birdies to tie for the lead and then pushed his tee shot on 18 and bogeyed miss the playoff.   Bill Haas had two chances to tie for the lead.  He missed his 10 foot eagle putt on 16 and just missed a birdie putt on 17. He made par on 18 and missed the playoff by one shot.   Sergio Garcia had the lead when he stepped on to the tee box at 13.  He proceeded to play the last six holes in one under, making a long... 

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LRP Line Moves and Top Trends for May 7th

Written by Steve Rich on May 7, 2015 Astros

By Doug Upstone   No NBA today and nearly half the baseball schedule is in the afternoon, but this has not stopped the betting lines from moving and we have four games of note to cover. By the way, I am seeing in the NHL the Montreal and Tampa Bay game, sportsbooks are anywhere from -150 to -160 on the Under 5. What kind odds are those? I guess the books REALLY don’t want to go to 4.5 for the total in Game 4! Like we say every day, understanding line moves can build your bankroll. (523-464 L187D)   MLB – (955) CINCINNATI at (956) PITTSBURGH  7:05 ET  FSN-0H, ROOT-P   Pittsburgh has lost five in a row and seven of eight yet are drawing strong support from those making MLB picks. The Pirates have risen from -135 to -150 and not because of their anemic offense which is averaging 3.5 RPG. No, it is baseball bettors have faith in A.J.... 

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Fight of the Century – A Cash Cow but a Big Bust for Boxing

Written by Tony George on May 5, 2015 pacquiao-vs-mayweather

  By Tony George   I like the rest of the millions of sports crazed America tuned in to Saturday Nights Pay Per View of Mayweather and Pacquiao with some anticipated excitement, but also I had a stark realization because I have long followed boxing, that is was going to be a snooze fest because of Floyd’s style, which at days end would win him the fight, which it did much to the dismay of many fans who watched.  Well that is because most of America has not followed boxing like they used to, but more so MMA and UFC.  The style Floyd displayed was the style he has relied on to win 48 fights, but it has been his last 10 to 15 fights he takes more of a defensive posture is, and is rarely the aggressor unless his opponent is wounded and ripe for the taking.  Fans have been spoiled with the aggressive nature and brutality... 

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