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Posted Tuesday, July 09, 2013 03:02 PM

Cmo's tues MLB

Split yesterday going 4-4, luckily went heavy on the cubs/whitesox no score in 1st inning, so ended positive for the day, onto today...

Strongest play of the day goes to LAA/ChiCubs No Score in the 1st inning.  They ONLY thing that i don't really care for, is Blanton's 5.14 era.  HOWEVER, on the other side, we have Wood with a 2.69 era.  So Blanton has a higher era, but against the Cubs bats, not to worried.
Add in the fact that the Angels have only scored 1 time in the first inning of their last 10 games, and the Cubbies have only scored 2 times in their last 10 games.  Also...

Cinci/Mil no score 1st inning
Col/SD no score 1st inning
Detroit(Verlander) ML/RL
Tampa Bay ML


and the last one i had to throw down on is the over in the Boston/Seattle over 7.5, I grabbed it at 7.5 @ even(+100) money this morning.  Boston's offense has been stagnant, but 7.5 is just to low for this game.  Boston's Webster comes into tonights game with a 7.88 era (6.06 last 3), and Seattles Iwakuma brings a 2.60 era, but a 5.14 era his last 3 games.  Also, to note, the Home Plate umpire (Joyce) is more of an under ump (7 overs - 11 unders), but his last 3 have went over.  I think tonight the streak goes to 4



Posted Thursday, September 27, 2012 11:19 AM

Early Game - Milw@Cin O/U

O/U set @8-110.  Milw TT ov3 +100  Cinc TT ov4-125

Few things that i have found to support my wager(s) in this one:
-Milw scoring over 3runs last 10 games is 6-2-2.
-Umpire Wegner, at first glance this year appears to be an under ump going 15-18 O/U this year.  However, anyone that knows much about umpires, knows that Wegner is notoriously an over ump.  in 2011 he went 11-7 to the over, and this year, (even though this yr he is 15-18 o/u) in his last 10 games has gone 8-2 to the over.
-Wind should be blowing out to right @8-10mph (not much, but still blowing out).

Milw TT over 3 +100  $200/$200
Milw/cinci over 8 -110 $400/$400



Posted Sunday, April 17, 2011 11:54 AM

Sun MLB

~Muts/Braves under 8 -105
 GEE and HANSON keep it under, Muts don't score more than 3.
~Cubbies ML +104
Cubs welcome the rookie Johnson to the big league
~Cubs/Rockos over 9.5 -120
Cubs 7 Rockies 5
~G2 Nats -106
Nationals lose G1, win game 2.
~LAA/CWS under 4 -110
Haren pitches well first 4 or 5 innings,then starts to get hit, I don't like LAA offense in this spot. either.
~KC ML -128
Seattle has the edge in starting pitcher, KC has edge in offense, Royals win this one in the 8th or 9th inning.





Posted Sunday, March 20, 2011 10:55 AM

wsu@v.tech

this team has beat duke and penn st., lost to NC by 3, and took purdue to OT (lost).
Do you think Wichita St. could have had these same results, i follow WSU pretty close, and i see a double digit win by v tech today, even w/the injuries v tech has


Posted Tuesday, March 15, 2011 06:13 PM

NIT plays, 1 small,1 big,1 Huge, With Hofstra/Evansville Write-up.

Hofstra ML+125@Evansville
Hofstra+2.5-110@Evansville 
At first glance, I was leaning heavily towards Evansville.  As everyone knows, home court advantage is BIG in the NIT tourney.  That is...unless Disney on Ice has taken over your HomeCourt, and force you to play @PAC gymnasium at the university of Southern Indiana.  That's right, Mickey Mouse is kicking Evansvilles' ass right off of their home court, doesn't look good for the purple aces in my opinion.
Especially if you look at each teams home and away records(since this will basically be an away game(away court) for both of them)
Hofstra-Away 10-4
Evansville-Away 3-11
Add in that Evansville coach stated that with a short preparation time, he was uncertain whether the Aces would be able to obtain game film of the Pride.
AND that The Pride are led in scoring by 6-foot-3 guard Charles Jenkins, who averages 22.9 points. Jenkins is the NCAA's active career leading scorer with 2,499 points. He is the seventh-leading scorer in the nation this season.
also from the courier press: "Brigham Young's Jimmer Fredette, who leads the nation in scoring (27.9) and ESPN highlights, has 2,501 career points. Jenkins has 2,499 — and takes seven fewer shots per game.'
Hofstra +2 is a GIFT.


Fairfield@Colorado State-6.5-110
Colorado st. has
won @ colorado(in OT), won @ UNLV,
lost to BYU (@BYU by 9, @home by 8), and lost to San Diego St.(at home by 2, @SDS by 18).[More]

Posted Thursday, March 10, 2011 11:52 AM

been on a bit of a roll lately boys

here's my best plays today, once i quit trying to read the lines and did the research, much better results

 Basketball - 707 Connecticut +5½ -110 for Game
  Basketball - 710 Syracuse -145 for Game
  Basketball - 716 Virginia +3 -110 for Game
  Basketball - 719 NC State +6 -110 for Game
  Basketball - 731 Oklahoma State +15 -110 for Game
  Basketball - 733 Colorado +7½ -110 for Game 
 Basketball - 735 Oklahoma +14 -110 for Game 
Basketball - 738 Texas A&M +3 -110 for Game 


Posted Wednesday, March 09, 2011 09:47 PM

oregon -2

Regular season Arizona St. won both, closest one  Oregon lost by 2, however, tonight Oregon is -2

03/03/11 ARZST 73 - ORE 53




01/01/11 ORE 55 - ARZST 60


Couple of years ago i would have went with Az st., however, tonight i'm on Catron minus the two points! 


Posted Sunday, August 24, 2008 01:56 PM

fave games on the board today

TB/CWS over 9.5
Det.-1.5 over KC (and their triple A pitcher Duckworth) -115
Twins as dogs w/Slowey on the mound M.L.+140
 


Posted Tuesday, July 08, 2008 12:49 PM

Cmo's Tuesday MLB Picks

Tigers R.L.+105 and M.L.-186   Detroit with the better starting pitcher, Cleveland has dropped 8 of their last 10 games.
 
BoSox R.L.*120 and M.L-164.  Lester has been lights out, this is more of a bet on him, he is also 7-2 at home this year
 
Marlins+108 and Orioles+117 M.L.  Not only because I LOVE fading the Bluejays and Padres, Marlins have the bats to beat anyone, and Cabrera for the Orioles coming off of a win in KC and Toronto's McGowan with a 6.84 ERA against Baltimore
 
Good luck to all 


Posted Thursday, June 26, 2008 03:05 PM

cmo's thursdays plays

Had the Rays this morning, looks like a good start to the day!
 
SD/Minn Under 4 first 5 innings.  hopefully Banks can keep the Twins from scoring at least for a while, and the Padres bats have not been exactly hot lately.
 
Reds -1  Volquez brings to the mound the lowest ERA in the MLB as well as the lead in Strikeouts in the MLB this season.  And lets face, with the exception of Tuesday, we all know The BJ's have been having trouble putting runs on the board.
 
Indians/Giants under 8.5  Hopefully Lee will keep the Giants at bay, and Cle. has scored 3 or less in 7 out of their last 10 games.
 
also playing the Whitesox, just think Danks has the edge over Kershaw, and I know the Sox have the bats to beat anyone, even though they have been playing poorly away from chicago.
 
Good luck to everyone today, let's make  it a profitable one!!!


Posted Friday, June 20, 2008 12:57 PM

SF@KC

this game is prob. standing out the most to me today.  Think i'll be taking KC, prob -1 style just in case, but thinkin both will be winners.  Hochevar has pitched pretty well as of late, and KC back home. 
 
Any thoughts??? 
 
Thanks fellows
 


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