to Avoid Sweep - Brewers Look to complete sweep
Yesterday we split going 2-2 but as we explained, with a favorite
heavy card, 2-2 loses us money. Today, it's back to the dogs and one
small favorite as we look to get things going heading into the
weekend, which, by the way, has some very interesting matchups.
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Brewers +105 over Blue Jays - Just a matter of
taking a hot team over a slumping teams here as we get the Brewers
as a slight dog at home, where they are 22-12 on the year and riding
a 3 game winning streak while the Blue Jays have taken a nose dive
losing 4 straight, 3-7 their last 10 and sit at the bottom of the AL
East. The price is right in part because of the pitching matchup,
which isn't favorable for us as we get Dave Bush (2-7, 5.73 ERA) for
the Brewers, but there is a little added incentive for Hill today as
he gets to face the team that originally drafted him. Bush is off to
a slow start but did win 12 games in each of the past two seasons.
We'll take the Brewers to sweep the slumping Jays here.
Cardinals -106 over Royals - We have been on the
Cards two games in a row and have lost 2 games in a row with them.
We're going right back to the wekk one more time here as the Cards
look to avoid getting swept by the Royals. A win here for the Cards
is crucial as it doesn't get any easier after this. They travel to
the Northeast to take on the Bosox in Fenway over the Weekend. The
Cards are banged up but not making excuses. This is one they have to
have and should get. Even with a little momentum, the Royals simply
aren't very good.
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Cubs +133 over Rays - We're backing
another good team here looking to avoid getting swept for the first
time this year as the Cubs take on the Rays in the final game of
their 3 game set. The Cubs are looking to grab a win before heading
home to take on the Chisox in what should be a fun series. It won't
be easy at the Rays send Shields to the mound, who is 3-1 at home
with an ERA of 1.72, but this is his first game back after serving a
6 game suspension, so perhaps we'll catch a little rust here. Prior
to this series the Cubs had won 6 of 7. You can't keep a team that's
won 62% of it's ball games down for long. It's a game of
percentages, and the percentages say the Cubs are worth a look here,
despite the pitching matchup.
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