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Dodgers vs. Angels Over-Under Odds & Pick from ASA: June 28th 2017

Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Los Angeles Angels
MLB Over-Under Pick: Under 8.5 runs -110 odds (June 28th 2017)
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This series now shits from Dodger Stadium to Anaheim but we expect the low-scoring results to continue. The Dodgers have stayed under the total in 4 of their last 5 games and the Angels have recorded 4 straight unders. The two games between these teams at Dodger Stadium each ended up 4-0 finals. The total hits in those games averaged only 5.5 hits per team per game. There is just not a lot of offense being generated right now for either one of these clubs. The Dodgers Hyun-Jin Ryu is 2-0 and has not allowed a single earned run in 16 innings over his two starts against the Angels in his career. The Angels Alex Meyer has never faced the Dodgers and they are likely to struggle in their first look at him as he has proven tough at home! Meyer has yet to be charged with a loss at home this season and he has compiled a stellar 2.02 ERA in his 5 starts at Angel Stadium! In his most recent home start he pitched 6 scoreless innings and struck out 9 batters in a fantastic outing.

Only 1 of his 5 home starts has gone over the total and the under is 4-2 in Ryu’s road starts this season. The under is 5-2 this season in Dodgers road games with a total set at 8 or 8.5 runs this season. The under is 25-15 in Dodgers games against teams with a winning record this season and the under is 17-10 in Angels games against teams with an above .500 record this season. The under is also 64-44 in Angels games versus southpaw starters in recent seasons. We expect another pitchers duel in the Battle for LA bragging rights! FREE PLAY: Bet the UNDER in the Los Angeles Angels game in late night action Wednesday!

Cardinals vs. Diamondbacks MLB Odds & Pick from Rocky Atkinson: June 28th 2017

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Arizona Diamondbacks
MLB Pick: Diamondbacks -131 odds (June 28th 2017)
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Play On:  Arizona -131 (Wainwright/Godley) Listed The St Louis Cardinals travel to Arizona to take on the Diamondbacks on Wednesday night.  St Louis is 35-41 SU overall this year while Arizona comes in with a 50-28 SU overall record on the season.  Adam Wainwright is 7-5 with a 5.35 ERA overall this year, 2-4 with a 9.48 ERA on the road this season and 1-1 with a 7.90 ERA his last 3 starts.  Zack Godley is 3-1 with a 2.53 ERA overall this year, 2-0 with a 2.13 ERA at home this season and 2-0 with a 2.79 ERA his last 3 starts.  Arizona is scoring 6.3 runs per game at home this year, 5.4 runs per game against right handed starters, 7.1 runs per game their past 7 games overall and 5.3 runs per game at night this season.  Arizona is allowing only 3.8 runs per game overall this year, 3.8 runs per game at home this season, 3.3 runs per game their past 7 games overall, 3.8 runs per game on grass and 3.8 runs per game at night.  St Louis is 2-7 this year as a road underdog of +125 to +175.  Arizona is 30-10 at home this season.  Arizona is 40-20 this year against right handed starters.  Arizona is 32-14 this year against teams with a losing record.  We’ll recommend a small play on Arizona tonight!  Thanks and good luck, Rocky

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Tampa Bay Rays vs. Pittsburgh Pirates MLB Odds & Prediction: June 28th 2017

Tampa Bay Rays vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
MLB Pick: Rays +118 odds (June 28th 2017)
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Scott “The Bulldog” Rickenbach 1st of 2 Free Picks Wednesday – Tampa Bay Rays Money Line (+) @ Pittsburgh Pirates @ 7:05 ET – This line looks a little “funny” and, when that is the case I always like to investigate. In this case you have Pittsburgh as a very small home favorite even though they are at home and Ivan Nova is 5-2 in home starts this season and they’re facing a Rays team that has Blake Snell on the mound and he is 0-4 on the season! Not only does the line look like a bit of a “trap” I also like the movement on this line as the majority of wagers (at least early on) have come in on the Pirates and yet the line has moved toward the Rays. Why is that? It’s of course because the bigger dollars (and sharper money) are coming in on the road dog! Tampa’s Snell does have 16 strikeouts in the 15 and 2/3 innings spanning his last 3 starts so he does have potential to give the Pirates lineup some issues here. This is his first ever start against them so that is an edge whereas Pittsburgh’s Nova has faced the Rays 3 times in the past 24 months and he has been roughed up and gone 1-2 in those starts! Also, the Pirates have lost 4 of their last 6 games overall while the Rays have won 6 of their last 9 games overall. Look for the “upset” in this one! Free Pick on Tampa Bay Rays on the money line early Wednesday evening. Best of luck, Scott “The Bulldog” Rickenbach

Will Rogers betting the San Francisco Giants +103 odds on June 28th 2017

Colorado Rockies vs. San Francisco Giants
MLB Betting Pick: SF +103 odds (June 28th 2017)
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The set-up: The SF Giants opened a three-game series Monday night at home vs. the Rockies, coming off a three-game sweep at the hands of the NY Mets, who outscored the Giants 24-8 at AT&T Park. That left the Giants an abysmal 5-21 in their previous 26 games (27-51 on the season), with the All Star break just two weeks away. However, in the Rockies, the Giants were facing a team which had all of sudden lost five in a row as they came to San Francisco. The Rockies woes have continued in the Bay Area, losing 9-2 and 4-3 (in 14 innings), giving Colorado seven straight losses. The Rockies look to avoid a second straight three-game sweep (were swept by the Dodgers over the weekend), while the Giants look to win three straight games for the first time since the middle of May.

The pitching matchup: Kyle Freeland (8-5 & 3.70 ERA) takes the mound for Colorado and Tyler Blach (4-5 & 4.86 ERA) for San Francisco. One could argue that Freeland is the best rookie pitcher in the National League this season, having compiled an 8-5 record and a 3.70 ERA in 15 starts. Freeland will be making his AT&T Park debut but he’s already beaten the Giants twice in Coors Field (8-0 and 5-1), allowing just one run in 13 innings (0.69 ERA). Blach has filled in during Madison Bumgarner’s shoulder injury but Bumgarner made a successful rehab start in the rookie-level Arizona League on Sunday and is expected to return to the rotation after the All-Star break. That’s none too soon, as Blach has gone 0-3 in his past four starts (Giants are 0-4), having allowed 22 ERs on 37 hits in 21 1/3 innings (9.28 ERA). He’s made one start against Colorado (0-0 & 4.05 ERA / team is 0-1).

The pick: No argument that Freeland is pitching much better than Blach but the Rockies are in a funk, having scored three runs or less in five of their seven losses in their current slide. I’m sticking with the home team.

Orioles vs. Rays MLB Over-Under Pick from Brad Diamond: June 25th 2017

Baltimore Orioles vs. Tampa Bay Rays
MLB Over-Under Pick: Over 9.5 runs -110 odds (June 25th 2017)
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Thought TB had a real shot at winning yesterday, unfortunately, their pen gave away 5 runs in 3 innings of work costing any chance of cashing.  Sunday, we go back to the total board in the series.  Throwing for Baltimore RHP Tillman (1-5, 8.40) who in three starts on the road is 0-2 with a 13.92 ERA.  Last seven outings 0-5 with a 10+ ERA.  Tillman comes in 8-10 with a 4.11 ERA vs. the Rays.  Tampa Bay uses RHP Odorizzi (4-3, 3.78) who has been more effective than the O’s entry, though, in June the record 1-3 L4 starts in 20-1/3 innings of work. Odorizzi surrendered 19 runs (12 earned) and 6 home runs. The hurler has had some problems against the O’s with a 3-4 (13 starts) and a corresponding 5.15 ERA.   Baltimore (40-31 OVER) is a perfect 3-0 OVER after playing a game that jointly posted at least ten runs.  In addition, the Orioles are 5-0 OVER in roadies and 6-0 OVER against RHP.  The last six games against the division have gone OVER.  The Rays (47-29) show with incredible OVER numbers recently….12-0 OVER on turf, 10-1 OVER at home and 12-2 OVER vs. a hurler with a +1.30 WHIP.  If you’re looking for more, TB shows 10-1 OVER as a chalk and 4-0 L4 OVER with Odorizzi on the hill.  The Orioles shuffled their lineup again with Schoop hitting in the 4th slot, it paid dividends for everyone else.  By the way, the Orioles streak of allowing 5 or more in their last 15 games ended yesterday.  Good Luck, and thank you.

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Rockies vs. Dodgers MLB Odds & Pick from Larry Ness: June 25th 2017

Colorado Rockies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
MLB Pick: Dodgers -163 odds (June 25th 2017)
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The Dodgers came into the 2017 season having won the NL West each of the last four years but LA still hasn’t made a World Series appearance since it upset the Oakland A’s way back in 1988 (LA has lost in the NLDS or NLCS in each of its 10 playoff appearances since 1988). However, 2017 could be LA’s year, as everything is coming up roses for the streaking Los Angeles Dodgers as the 2017 season approaches the All Star break. The Dodgers have won nine straight games and 15 of their last 16 heading into their series finale against the visiting Colorado Rockies on Sunday. Clayton Kershaw tossed six strong innings in become the first NL pitcher to reach 11 wins this season (KC’s Vargas also won his 11th game on Saturday) and help the Dodgers become the first NL team to reach 50 wins (50-26). Saturday’s 4-0 loss was Colorado’s fourth in a row and the 47-30 Rockies are now 3 1/2 games back of LA and a game back of Arizona.

Tyler Anderson (3-5, 5.75 ERA) will take the mound this afternoon for Colorado and Brandon McCarthy (6-3, 2.87 ERA) for the Dodgers. Anderson is rejoining the rotation after missing three weeks with left knee inflammation. He made a rare relief appearance on Thursday, allowing one hit with a walk and three strikeouts in one inning against Arizona. Anderson, who is 2-3 with a 3.57 ERA in six career starts against the Dodgers (team is 2-4).

McCarthy earned his first victory since May 27 on Tuesday, allowing four hits and a walk over six scoreless innings against the New York Mets. However, McCarthy has pitched very well in 2017, allowing two runs or less in 10 of his 12 starts this season (Dodgers are 8-4 in his starts), including six consecutive outings. McCarthy owns a 2-3 record and 4.57 ERA in eight career outings against the Rockies (teams are 4-4).

Anderson has already faced the Dodgers three time in 2017, losing all three with a 5.74 ERA in those three outings. McCarthy faces Colorado for the first time in 2017 but posted a 2.70 ERA in three starts vs the Rockies last year. Why go against the red-hot Dodgers here? After all, they are 31-10 in Chavez Ravine in 2017 (have outscored opponents 5.66-to-2.95) and are now 42-11 in their last 53 home games dating back to September 3, 2016.