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Twins vs. Indians Game 1 MLB Odds & Pick from Jack Jones: September 30th 2015

Jack Jones - MLB PickMinnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians
Game 1 MLB Pick: Twins +165 odds (September 30th 2015)

The Minnesota Twins still have a lot to play for and should not be underdogs in this game as a result. They are just 1.5 games back of the final wild card spot, while the Indians are 5 games back with nothing to play for. The Twins have won three straight and six of eight coming in, while the Indians have lost back-to-back games and won’t be motivated the rest of the way.

Kyle Gibson has pitched pretty well this season with a 10-11 record and a 4.01 ERA to go along with a 1.298 WHIP in 31 starts. He’ll be motivated from a lost to the Indians last time out back when the Indians still had a fighting chance in the wild card.

Carlos Carrasco is a solid starter in this league at 14-11 with a 3.44 ERA this season, but he’s being way overvalued here, especially given the motivational angle. Plus, Carrasco has been at his worst at home, going 5-7 with a 4.65 ERA in 14 starts.

The Twins are 7-0 in Gibson’s last seven starts vs. a team with a losing record. Minnesota is 4-1 in its last five road games. Cleveland is 2-10 (-11.6 Units) against the money line in home games after scoring 3 runs or less two straight games this season. Don’t expect much resistance from the Indians today, either. Bet the Twins in Game 1 Wednesday.

No. 2 Ranked Overall Handicapper from 2014! Jack Jones and his $1,000-game players cashed in $79,090 last year in all sports, $12,650 of which came on the bases! He is riding a 30-16 Overall Run L12 Days as well as a 39-22 MLB Run over the past couple months! Jack also puts his HUGE 100-65 Streak on Run Line plays to the test Wednesday with his 20* MLB Run Line GAME OF THE WEEK for just $34.95! This play is backed by a PERFECT 11-0 System that shows his team winning by 3.7 runs per game! Another 12-1 Trend that shows his team winning by 3.3 runs per game is also in play here! It’s a GUARANTEED WINNER or Thursday MLB is ON JACK!

Cleveland Indians vs. Toronto Blue Jays Betting Pick from John Ryan: August 31st 2015

John Ryan - MLB PickCleveland Indians vs. Toronto Blue Jays
Betting Pick: Toronto -208 odds (August 31st 2015)

Ryan has two plays that grade as 25* Titans that Ryan is putting to gether as a PARLAY. You can play these as 25* plays individually and then add a ‘REVERSE’ Parlay for optimal gain tonioght when these plays both win.

10* graded plays on the Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays. These plays are a continuation of my ‘arbitrage’ wager where I am selling the Yankees and buying the Blue Jays. The strategy started 23 days days ago when the Yankees held a 6 1/2 game lead over the Blue Jays and is based on the premise that Toronto will catch and pass the NY Yankees in the next 2 to 4 weeks if not sooner. Remember though, the timing is not important, but the trend that has Toronto taking over the lead and an building a lead over the Yankees.

This is day 24 of that strategy and the first 23 days have made $1324 for the $100 wagerer. This profit is not included in my 25*/35*/50* premium Titan profit of $12,250 that is based on the dime player. So, a dime player would have made $13,240 alone from this arbitrage strategy in just 22 days.

For those reviewing this strategy for the first time, an arbitrage in Wall Street terms is the simultaneous buying and selling of homogenous securities. So, in the software space, Apple Computer and Microsoft would be considered homogenous securities as woulds the 10-year Treasury Note and the 2-year Treasury Note. If an investor believes that Apple will out perform Microsoft then they would engage in buying Apple and shorting (selling) Microsoft. There is a weighting calculation that needs to be applied as well to equate the securities equally since Apple trades at $115 per share and Microsoft at $47 per share.

Toronto is a modern day murderer’s row and I have been stating that for weeks. There is not one easy out in that lineup and all can hit extremely well. There are two teams that have run differentials over 100. One is Toronto at +196 and then St. Louis at +136. Toronto has scored almost 100 more runs than second best Yankees this season and these differences are only going to continue to widen.

Boston has not posted their second winning month in what has been a disappointing season. They are 14-12 in August and the last two weeks have been some of their best baseball of the season. Given the rivalry, you can certainly expect a big effort from Boston in this series.

Supporting Toronto is a solid system posting a 63-15 mark good for 81% winners and has made 36.2 units/unit wagered since 2010. Play on home favorites with a money line of -150 or more (TORONTO) after having won 4 of their last 5 games and is a good team winning between 54% to 62% of their games and is now playing a marginal losing team winning between 46% to 49% of their games. Play Toronto for a 8* ($80 for the $10/* unit player) play and Boston for an 11* ($110 for the $10/* unit player) play.

Angels vs. Indians MLB Betting Pick from Jesse Schule: August 29th 2015

Jesse Schule - MLB PickLos Angeles Angels vs. Cleveland Indians
MLB Betting Pick: Cleveland -140 odds (August 29th 2015)

The Angels lost Game 1 of this series in Cleveland by a score of 3-1, and they’ve now dropped six of their last eight overall. The Indians have now won three straight, and six of their last eight. I like Cleveland to take advantage of a mismatch on the mound here on Saturday night.

Corey Kluber will toe the slab for the Tribe, and he’s coming off a tough loss at Wrigley. Kluber (8-13, 3.43 ERA) fanned 11 while allowing one run through 7 2/3 innings, but the Cubs rallied late to take the game by a score of 4-1. He’s had a disappointing season, but he’s looking a lot more like he did while winning the 2014 AL Cy Young award here in the second half.

The Angels will hand the ball to Garrett Richards, who was shelled by the Blue Jays in his last start. Richards (12-10, 3.80 ERA) gave up nine runs on 10 hits over just five innings in a 12-5 loss at home. He’s struggled on the road, going 4-6 with a 4.81 ERA in 11 starts, and he’s 3-4 with a 4.28 ERA in eight starts since the All Star break.

Mike Trout has only hit one home run in August, and that three weeks ago. He’s batting just .205 this month, and he may have fallen behind Josh Donaldson in the AL MVP race.