Pregame

Thursday MLB: Arizona vs. Washington

ltprofits
Gio Gonzalez is having a disappointing year for the Washington Nationals but he has been better lately and is facing an Arizona Diamondbacks lineup he can handle. He allowed a total of five runs over his last two starts with 15 strikeouts, he limited the D-Backs to two runs in 6.1 innings the last time he faced them and he is facing an Arizona lineup batting a putrid .157 vs. lefties the last 10 games, averaging 2.31 runs against them. Fellow southpaw Wade Miley had a rough outing three starts back where he allowed 10 earned runs to skew his stats, but that was one of just two times in his last nine starts he allowed more than three runs. He also held the Nats to one earned run in seven innings the last time he faced them. The ‘under’ is 12-4-3 in Miley’s last 19 road starts.

Need more picks tonight? Get $50 Worth Free Here – No Credit Card Needed!

Pick: ‘under’ 7½

Posted in Main Navigation | No Comments

Wednesday MLB: Kansas City vs. Colorado

ltprofits
The Colorado Rockies have the worst record in baseball but they could play spoiler vs. the first-place Kansas City Royals. Jorge De La Rosa has defied logic, always pitching better in the altitude of Denver than on the road and 2014 is no exception. De La Rosa is 12-8 with a 4.32 ERA and yet is 8-2 with a 3.30 ERA and 1.18 WHIP at Coors Field. Unbelievably De La Rosa is 43-14 lifetime at home with the Rockies! Danny Duffy continues to outperform his sabremetrics as he has a 2.60 ERA and 1.09 WHIP despite owning just a 3.80 FIP and 4.54 xFIP, as he has been helped by a low .232 BABIP. This could be a nice spot for regression, given he allowed five earned runs on nine hits in five innings his only ever Coors experience. The Rockies are 45-8 in De La Rosas last 53 home starts.

Need more picks tonight? Get $50 Worth Free Here – No Credit Card Needed!

Pick: Rockies +113

Posted in Main Navigation | No Comments

Tuesday MLB: San Diego vs. L.A. Dodgers

ltprofits
The Los Angeles Dodgers still have a 3½-game lead in the NL West over the Giants, but they have lost four of their last five games after getting swept here at home by Milwaukee this weekend. Manager Don Mattingly is opting for a six-man rotation for now to give the frontline starters extra rest, meaning retread Kevin Correia gets another start here vs. the San Diego Padres. Sure Correia pitched well in his Dodger debut allowing one run and four hits in six innings, but do not expect a habit of that from a veteran that was 5-13 with a 4.94 ERA for the Twins earlier this year. Conversely, the Pads’ Ian Kennedy has pitched better than his 9-10 record as he has a 3.54 ERA and 163 strikeouts in 152.1 innings vs. only 52 walks. The Dodgers are 0-6 in their last six home games vs. right-handed starters.

Need more picks tonight? Get $50 Worth Free Here – No Credit Card Needed!

Pick: Padres +104

Posted in Main Navigation | No Comments

Monday MLB: Seattle vs. Philadelphia

ltprofits
The Seattle Mariners are fighting for the playoffs while the Philadelphia Phillies are playing out the string, but we do not think Seattle starter Roenis Elias has done enough to merit this much road favoritism. Sure he allowed exactly one earned run three times in his last four starts and two runs the other start, but he failed to go even six innings in any of those outings and still has a 4.14 ERA and 4.02 FIP with a high walk rate of 3.21 per game. He has also allowed 15 home runs in 134.1 innings, or one home run per game. Jerome Williams pitched well in his Phillies debut allowing two runs on five hits in 5.1 innings vs. the Angels, and he gets his second straight AL West opponent, which helps since Williams came over from Texas. The Mariners are 2-6 in their last eight interleague road games.

Need more picks tonight? Get $50 Worth Free Here – No Credit Card Needed!

Pick: Phillies +144

Posted in Main Navigation | No Comments

Sunday MLB: San Diego vs. St. Louis

ltprofits
Adam Wainwright of the St. Louis Cardinals will probably finish second to Clayton Kershaw in the Cy Young voting, but he has been more hittable recently with a 5.59 ERA and 1.50 WHIP over his last three starts and he is just 2-3 with a 4.65 ERA and 1.52 WHIP since the All-Star break allowing a bloated .281 average in that time. He is facing a San Diego Padres offense that has shown improvement averaging 4.30 runs the last 10 games and that put up nine runs last night. San Diego starter, Cuban defector Odrisamer Despaigne , had an unrealistic start to his Major League career considering his poor minor league numbers and he is regressing with a 4.91 ERA and 1.53 WHIP his last three starts. The Cardinals reached him for six runs in 5.2 innings July 31st. The ‘over’ is 7-3 in the Cardinals’ last 10 games following a loss.

Need more picks tonight? Get $50 Worth Free Here – No Credit Card Needed!

Pick: ‘over’ 7

Posted in Main Navigation | No Comments