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MLB Prediction: Lee betting the Rockies +122 odds on July 24th 2017

Colorado Rockies vs. St. Louis Cardinals
MLB Prediction: Rockies +122 odds (July 24th 2017)
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Colorado is worth a look here in Monday’s series opener at St Louis. The Rockies come in having gone 6-1 in their last 7 and did so behind an offensive explosion. They take those hots bats against the struggling Mike Leak, who I think is still getting a lot of respect from his early season success. Back on Memorial Day this guy was leading the NL in ERA. It’s been all downhill since, as Leake is a mere 1-6 with a 5.04 ERA in his last 10 starts. Colorado will send out Antonio Senzatela, who doesn’t ahve great numbers. However, he is fresh after the team limited his innings in the first half and had great success against the Cardinals in an earlier start against them, giving up just 5 hits over 8 shutout innings. It only helps that St Louis figures to be without leadoff hitter Matt Carpenter. Give me the Rockies +122!

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Cardinals vs. Mets MLB Prediction from Brandon Lee: July 17th 2017

St. Louis Cardinals vs. New York Mets
MLB Prediction: Mets -111 odds (July 17th 2017)
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New York is worth a look here as a short home favorite against the Cardinals. New York won 2 of 3 at home out of the break against the Rockies, but are going to come out a little extra motivated after yesterday’s ugly 4-13 loss in the finale against Colorado. Losing in blowout fashion is much easier to rebound from than how the Cardinals lost on Sunday. St Louis blew a 3-2 lead in the bottom of the 9th to lose 2 of 3 against division rival Pittsburgh. I just feel this is a great price to back New York given how poor St Louis starter Adam Wainwright has been on the road. Wainwright owns a 8.36 ERA and 1.832 WHIP in 8 road starts. Take the Mets -111!

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Miami Marlins vs. St. Louis Cardinals MLB Prediction from Larry Ness: July 5th 2017

Miami Marlins vs. St. Louis Cardinals
MLB Prediction: St. Louis -134 odds (July 5th 2017)
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The Marlins began a 10-game road trip which leads up to Miami playing host for this year’s All Star game (July 11th) back on Jun 30. The Marlins won 5-2 on July 4th in St. Louis to leave them 2-3 halfway through their trek but also just 2-5 overall their last seven. The 37-45 Marlins are 12 games back of the Nats in the NL East and not much closer in the wild card chase, 10 games out of the No. 2 spot. The Cards saw a four-game winning streak snapped Sunday night on ESPN and with two losses in their last three, are 40-43, 4 1/2 games out in the NL Central.

The pitching matchup features Edinson Volquez (4-8, 3.97 ERA) for Miami and Mike Leake (6-6, 2.97 ERA) for St. Louis. Volquez opened 0-7 through his first nine starts of 2-7 (Marlins were 1-8) but owns a 4-1 record in his last seven starts (Marlins are 5-2), a stretch which includes a no-hitter on June 3rd at home against the D’backs. The veteran Volquez has posted a 5-6 mark with a 4.27 ERA in 18 career starts versus St. Louis (teams are 9-9). Leake owns a sub-3.00 ERA on the season yet snapped a six-start win-less skid with a strong outing this past Friday, allowing one run on five hits in eight innings of an 8-1 rout of Washington. Leake had gone 0-4 (team was 2-4) in that six start span.

Leake’s pitched better than his record in 2017 (2.97 ERA, 1.08 WHIP & .238 BAA) plus has experienced a lot of success in his career against Miami, posting a 6-1 record with a 2.36 ERA over seven starts. Take the home team.