Posted Tuesday, July 09, 2013 07:16 PM
Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Houston (Norris) ML +245
@ St. Louis (Wainwright)
1.0 units to win 2.45 units
Posted Thursday, June 13, 2013 03:09 PM
It's no secret that Matt Cain has struggled this season but he had a strong performance last week at Arizona allowing just 1 run in 7 innings. He has also allowed 2 runs or less in 5 of his last 7 starts. The two mediocre starts were at St. Louis and at Colorado, so struggling against those teams on the road isn't unusual for any pitcher. In the last 5 years versus Pittsburgh Matt Cain has been almost perfect with a sub 1.50 ERA. Additionally, the Pirates individual batting averages versus Matt Cain are horrible as you can see below.
Russell Martin .294 (34 AB)
Gaby Sanchez .143 (14 AB)
Garrett Jones .267 (15 AB)
Josh Harrison .000 (3 AB)
Neil Walker .167 (6 AB)
Brandon Inge .000 (3 AB)
Pedro Alvarez .000 (5 AB)
Clint Barmes .056 (18 AB)
Alex Presley .000 (4 AB)
Andrew McCutchen .077 (13 AB)
For the Pirates, Charlie Morton will make his season debut returning off of the DL after major elbow surgery. He will be on a limited pitch count and should be a little rusty with this being his first start of the season. Historically, the Giants are usually favorites on the road with Matt Cain on the bump, unless of course, he is facing a good team with a equally as talented a pitcher. That isn't the case tonight with Charlie Morton. The Giants line up is a little depleted but that's not enough for Vegas to open this game at -105/-105. San F... [More]
Posted Wednesday, June 12, 2013 01:13 PM
Cincinnati (Leake) ML -121
1.21 to win 1.0
Seattle (Bonderman) ML -147
1.47 to win 1.0
San Diego (Volquez) ML +119
1.0 to win 1.19
San Francisco (Zito) ML +173
1.0 to win 1.73
Toronto (Rogers) at CWS (Sale) UNDER 7.5, -110
1.10 to win 1.0
Philadelphia (Cloyd) at Minnesota (Pelfrey) OVER 8.5, -110
1.10 to win 1.0
Posted Tuesday, June 11, 2013 02:55 PM
As some of you may know I have been struggling with my posted plays the past month or so. At this point forward I am going to post only 2 trend systems that have had the most success for me the past several seasons.
Posted Thursday, June 06, 2013 11:06 AM
Thursday, 06/06/2013--Snap's Projected Lines
Tampa Bay at Detroit 8.5
Baltimore at Houston 5
NY Mets at Washington 7.5
Texas at Boston 8.5
Arizona at St. Louis 7.5
Minnesota at Kansas City 13.5
Philadelphia at Milwaukee 11.5
Oakland at CWS 4.5
San Diego at Colorado - 10
NY Yankees at Seattle - 8
Atlanta at LA Dodgers - 12Thursday, 06/06/2013--Official Plays
5:10PM PST 919Minnesota (Pelfrey) at 920Kansas City (Davis)PLAY: OVER 8.5, -120
Posted Thursday, June 06, 2013 02:28 AM
Tuesday, 06/04/2013 Results: 1-1, +0 units
Wednesday, 06/05/2013 Results: 1-0, +1.0 unitsThursday, 06/06/2013
5:10PM PST 919Minnesota (Pelfrey) at 920Kansas City (Davis)PLAY: OVER 8.5, -120
Posted Wednesday, June 05, 2013 03:45 AM
Cole Hamels gets the start on the bump at home this afternoon and will face the Miami Marlins, who will have Jacob Turner toeing the rubber trying to help avoid a sweep at the hands of the Phillies.
It's no secret that Cole Hamels has struggled to get a win this season posting a record of 1-9, with a team record of 1-11 in games he has started.
The numbers are ugly for Cole Hamels and at Citizens Bank Park they are just as bad. At home this season Cole Hamels is 0-6 and in two of those starts the Philadelphia Phillies were shut out with one of those games versus these same Miami Marlins, 2-0, on May 4th.
Cole Hamels has pitched decent versus the Miami Marlins this season, allowing just 9 runs in 3 games but he is 0-2 and the team is 0-3 versus the fish with his team providing him with 2 runs of support in all three of those games combined. In his most recent start, at home on May 31st, Cole Hamels managed to last just 5 innings versus Milwaukee giving up 7 runs on 12 hits.
With that being said it gets even worse for Cole Hamels as he ranks near the bottom of the league in run support with the Philadelphia Phillies scoring less than 3 runs per game in his starts this season.
Jacob Turner will get just his second start for the Miami Marlins this season and if he is anywhere close to his performance on May 31st at home versus the Mets that should be plenty good enough.
I am going to take a f... [More]
Posted Tuesday, June 04, 2013 01:53 PM
4:10PM PST 907Pittsburgh (Locke-L) at Atlanta (Minor-L)PLAY: UNDER 7, +100
7:10PM PST 911San Diego (Richard-L) at 912Los Angeles Dodgers (Lilly-L)PLAY: OVER 7.5, -120
Posted Monday, June 03, 2013 01:14 PM
If you are new to the forum or this thread OR if you have followed me this season, welcome to my final thread for this season. As many of you may know I have had a few threads this season. The reason is I have had a few negative people (which, if you aren't aware who they are you will probably soon find out) that have flooded my threads with childish posts so I decided to post a daily thread for the past few days to eliminate the clutter. What we all need to realize is this is a public forum with no intelligence level or age limit required so everyone who has the ability and the courage to post threads in these types of sports forums have to expect just that. I will use this thread for the remainder of the season and if the moderators of the forum don't feel the need to police the forum/threads and enforce the rules then it's mine and your obligation to just ignore the children.
Now, as far as my plays are concerned.....My plays are "GAME TOTALS" only, no sides, etc. I will only be posting my strongest, most profitable plays. The result of that will provide you with a minimal amount of plays, maybe 1-3 per week, sometimes more sometimes less. If you are a bettor who likes action and who likes to wager everyday that's perfectly ok. If you tail someone else in the forum or someone not located in this forum continue doing so but I would recommend to play my plays for a larger unit amount if you decide to tail. My w... [More]
Posted Saturday, June 01, 2013 01:06 PM
San Francisco (Cain) ML +135
at St. Louis (Miller)
1.0 to win 1.35
Posted Friday, May 31, 2013 05:10 PM
Tonight's starter for the San Francisco Giants, Matt Cain, has produced a team record of 20-0 SU, +20.52 units, 74.6% ROI, winning by an average of 3.10 RPG in his last 20 starts (Since April 18, 2012) after throwing more than 100 pitches in a win his previous start. In this exact situation this season the Giants are 4-0 SU, +4.0 units, 77.5% ROI, winning by an average of 3.50 RPG.
5:15PM PST 911San Francisco (M. Cain) ML +132
@ 912St. Louis (Miller)
Posted Thursday, May 30, 2013 01:10 PM
Plays will be added throughout the day. Good luck!
Posted Wednesday, May 29, 2013 02:16 PM
When it comes to handicapping baseball there may be no position more
important than the starting pitcher. The starting pitcher is most
responsible for how the game starts and therefore how it may end. The
odds maker uses the starting pitcher as a gauge to set the line for
the game. With this in mind as a handicapper it is important to look
over certain areas when looking at the starting pitching for a game. Some may think that head to head statistics (ie, a pitchers stats against a opponent) is important and I do not and that is due to how often team rosters change from year to year, season to season. I look at 3 specific starting pitching components when comparing and contrasting the starting pitchers for each game, which gives me a significant edge on selecting a side and also a wagering edge.
Everyone loves a slugger, thus why we have the home run derby
at the All-Star game year after year. So while offense might be what
draws fans to the ballpark, it's pitching that gives those big bats a
chance to shine.
If you're not sure that's the case, you need look no further than the 2012 Houston Astros and Philadelphia Phillies. The
Phillies had scored 159 runs early on last season, exactly the same number of
runs that the Astros had put up, putting both teams two runs behind
the major league average of 161 runs scored. Yet the Astros had a record of 17-21 while the Phillies sat at 2... [More]
Posted Tuesday, May 28, 2013 01:32 PM
I will be using this thread for the remainder of the regular season and playoffs. My current record for the season thus far is 46-35, which includes sides and totals. I will be posting my best side and total play daily.
Posted Thursday, May 02, 2013 11:41 PM
05/01/13: Cincinnati (Bailey) at St. Louis (Lynn) UNDER 7.5, -115 WIN
05/02/13: Chicago W.S. (Santiago) @ Texas (Grimm) UNDER 8.5, -110 WIN
05/03/13: Boston (Doubront) at Texas (Holland) UNDER 9.5, -115
Posted Thursday, May 02, 2013 04:09 PM
CWS (Santiago) @ Texas (Grimm) UNDER 8.5, -110
Posted Tuesday, April 30, 2013 03:24 PM
CWS (Quintana) @ Texas (Darvish) UNDER 8, -105
Posted Saturday, April 27, 2013 12:45 PM
New thread. The one I just started a few minutes ago had a weird topic heading. This will be my thread for the remainder of the season.
Good luck everyone!
(Final Card)Cincinnati Leake) at Washington (Haren) UNDER 8, -110
San Francisco (Zito) at San Diego (Stults) UNDER 7.5, -110
Posted Saturday, April 27, 2013 12:36 PM
04/27/2013Cincinati at Washington UNDER 8, -110
Posted Monday, April 08, 2013 07:51 PM
I consolidated the 2 threads that I had into just one thread so it's easier for everyone to read and follow for those who are interested. Good luck!
April UNDER Betting System #1
Picks & Results: 1-0, 100% **AVG RPG = 3.0**
04/02/2013: SF(Bumgarner) @ LAD (RYU) UNDER 6.5, -110 (W 3-0)
04/08/2013: COL (De La Rosa) @ SF (Bumgarner) UNDER 6.5, -110April UNDER Betting System #2Picks & Results: 4-0, 100% **AVG RPG = 2.5**
04/01/2013: SF (Cain) @ LAD Kershaw UNDER 6, -110 (W 4-0)
04/02/2013: SF (Bumgarner) @ LAD (Ryu) UNDER 6.5, -110 (W 3-0)
04/04/2013: PHI (Lee) @ ATL (Medlen) UNDER 6.5, -110 (W 2-0)
04/06/2013: PITT (Burnett) @ LAD (Kershaw) UNDER 6, -110 (W 1-0)Complete Season OVER/UNDER Betting SystemPicks & Results: 1-0, 100%
04/08/2013: 951MIL (Estrada) at 952CHC (Jackson) OVER 9.5, -105 (W 7-4)
Posted Monday, April 08, 2013 04:56 PM
This over/under handicapping system that I have formulated provides consistent profits year after year. I don't have access to previous season results at this time but below I will post the results for this season thus far and I will also post all plays for the remainder of the season.
Posted Monday, April 08, 2013 02:57 PM
2012 Picks & Results: 6-0, 100% **Average RPG = 3.33*
04/11/2012: Arizona (Saunders) @ San Diego (Luebke) UNDER 6, -110 (W 2-1)
04/17/2012: Houston (Rodriguez) @ Washington (Gonzalez) UNDER 6, -110 (W 1-0)
04/24/2012: Washington (Gonzalez) @ San Diego (Richard) UNDER 6, -110 (W 3-1)
04/27/2012: Washington (Detwiler) @ LA Ddgers (Kershaw) UNDER 6, -110 (W 3-2)
04/29/2012: San Diego (Richard) @ San Francisco (Bumgarner) UNDER 7, -110 (W 4-1)
04/29/2012: Washington (Gonzalez) @ LA Dodgers (Capuano) UNDER 6, -110 (W 2-0)2013 Picks & Results: 1-0, 100% **AVG RPG = 3.0**
04/02/2013: San Francisco (Bumgarner) @ LA Dodgers (RYU) UNDER 6.5, -110 (W 3-0)
04/08/2013: Colorado (De La Rosa) @ San Francisco (Bumgarner) UNDER 6.5, -110
Posted Monday, March 25, 2013 01:13 PM
03/28/2013: Arizona +4
03/29/2013: Oregon/Louisville OVER 127.5
03/29/2013: FGCU/Florida OVER 132
Posted Monday, March 25, 2013 12:09 PM
New Orleans +7
Denver @ New Orleans UNDER 203
Posted Wednesday, March 20, 2013 10:08 AM
I will be posting all of my NBA "Game Totals" picks in this thread for the remainder of the season starting today, 03/20/2013.