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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 18, 2015
Cleveland Indians vs Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins
-108 at betonline
Lost
$108.0
Play Type: Premium

I'm backing the Twins on Saturday. Minnesota has suddenly won three in a row after a 1-6 start and beat the Indians who started Corey Kluber, the reigning Cy Young Award winner, in extra innings last night. Trevor Plouffe, a .118 hitter this season, had the game-winning homer. Kluber had a perfect game through five innings. The Twins have lost Phil Hughes' first two starts but he's been the victim of some shoddy defense and he's walked only one batter with 10 strikeouts in 12 innings. Cleveland batters are hitting just .224 vs Hughes and he allowed five runs in 14 innings last year against the Indians. The Twins have an .869 OPS against Danny Salazar. Both teams are near the bottom in the offensive categories but Minnesota has some momentum while the injury-plagued Indians have lost five of their last six games. Take the Twins on Saturday, my Daytime Dominator. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 18, 2015
Cincinnati Reds vs St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Cardinals
-143 at pinnacle
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm backing the Cardinals on Saturday. Homer Bailey is coming off an injury-filled season and hasn't fared too well against St. Louis even when healthy. St. Louis hitters are batting .360 against Bailey with a whopping .600 slugging percentage. Last year Bailey had a 6.46 ERA vs the Cardinals and .364 opponent batting average. The last three seasons at Busch Stadium, Bailey has allowed 15 runs on 36 hits in 26 2/3 innings. Carlos Martinez gave up two runs in six innings against Cincinnati on Sunday when the Cardinals won in extra innings. The Reds are hitting just .214 this season and they're 6-21 their last 27 road games dating to last season and St. Louis is 40-18 at home. Take the Cardinals, my Mismatch on Saturday afternoon. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 18, 2015
Washington Wizards vs Toronto Raptors
Toronto Raptors
-3½ -107 at pinnacle
Lost
$107.0
Play Type: Free

I'm backing Toronto minus the points.  Wizards' vet Paul Pierce may feel confident in claiming the Raptors..."don't have the IT that makes you feel worried," but the Raptors do have the experience of dropping the ball in round-one of the postseason just a year ago, which may prove to season this team for the 2015 opening round. Losing to the Nets in 2014 should have this team focused out of the blocks for the task at hand. Washington has not looked good in road games against teams that are in the postseason, winning just one of their last 10 chances. I also question Randy Wittman's control of his team. There have been recent games when it has been more than apparent that Wittman, the coach of the team, has not had the final say on who plays and for how long. If this turns into a game of one-on-one, the Wizards own the players...or at least the player (John Wall) to get it done. But with last year's experience now serving as motivation and focus, I expect the Raptors to take care of business in the first game of the series.  I'm recommending a play on the Raptors minus the points.  Thanks & GL!  Scott Spreitzer.

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Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 18, 2015
New Orleans Pelicans vs Golden State Warriors
Golden State Warriors
-12 -105 at pinnacle
Lost
$105.0
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm laying the points with the Golden State Warriors on Saturday afternoon. New Orleans beat out OKC for the final spot in the Western Conference playoffs. Their reward is a date with the best team in the NBA. While New Orleans spoke about a goal of making the postseason, the Warriors' goal is to win an NBA title. In fact, after wrapping up the final spot, Anthony Davis said, "we've reached our goal." I expect it to take a game for the Pelicans to adjust to postseason play. They don't have solid defenders on the deep perimeter and that spells doom against the Warriors. Golden State enters on a 26-13 ATS run at home, averaging 113 ppg in the 39 outings. Meanwhile the Pelicans have dropped five straight ATS on the road. I'm laying the points with the Warriors, my Knockout release. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

PICKS IN PROGRESS
Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 19, 2015
Arizona Diamondbacks vs San Francisco Giants
San Francisco Giants
-140 at BMaker
Play Type: Premium

I'm backing the Giants on Sunday. Tim Hudson did his best work in April and May last season and he's already gotten off to a good start this season despite no run support from his teammates. Hudson has allowed three runs in 13 1/3 innings and Arizona hitters have a .222 batting average against him. Also, last year against the Diamondbacks Hudson was 2-0 with a 1.15 ERA and .182 opponent batting average. Jeremy Hellickson's spot in the rotation could be in jeopardy as he's been knocked around for eight runs and 16 hits in 11 innings. That includes three runs and nine hits in 4 1/3 innings vs the Giants on April 8. Hellickson was 1-5 with a 4.52 ERA in 2014. San Francisco broke an eight-game losing streak last night and look for the Giants to win their second in a row on Sunday. The Diamondbacks have won just 15 of their last 52 as an underdog and we'll go against them in this one. I'm backing the Giants, my Heavy Hitter on Sunday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 19, 2015
Oakland A's vs Kansas City Royals
Oakland A's
-110 at BMaker
Lost
$110.0
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm backing the Oakland A's on Sunday. Scott Kazmir continues to be one of Billy Beane's great acquisitions as Oakland is 23-7 his last 30 starts as a favorite. The left-hander has allowed just one run and four hits in 13 innings with 18 strikeouts. He also got off to a strong start in 2014 when he was 4-0 with a 2.11 ERA in April. Kansas City has won both of Danny Duffy's starts by scoring a combined 19 runs which is ironic because Duffy got very little run support last year. The left-hander has given up eight runs and 14 hits in 11 1/3 innings this season. Oakland silenced the Royals' bats last night in a 5-0 win and the Athletics are fifth in the major leagues with a .780 OPS. Kansas City has lost three of four after winning its first seven games and they're 1-6 in Duffy's last seven starts as an underdog. That combines with the 23-7 record mentioned above for a 29-8 mark. I'm backing the Oakland A's, my Afternoon Annihilator. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 19, 2015
Boston Celtics vs Cleveland Cavaliers
Cleveland Cavaliers
-11 -107 at pinnacle
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

I'm laying the points with the Cavaliers on Sunday. A rarity took place yesterday when a double digit dog, (Pelicans), covered a playoff spread. Before that double digit dogs in opening round action had covered just 29 of the last 70+ chances. I expect things to return to normal after Golden State saw much of their 20+ point third quarter lead fade away. Celtics coach Brad Stevens has done a tremendous job with mediocre talent - and his team has no Anthony Davis to single-handedly cover a point-spread when his team is over-matched. I expect Cleveland to take care of business, reestablishing their superiority in game-1. I say "reestablish" because Boston whipped the Cavaliers twice down the stretch to solidify their playoff spot. But the Cavs had many of their key players sitting the bench in the fourth quarter of the first meeting and four starters, including LeBron James didn't play in the second late-season meeting. Much different results this time and I'm laying the points with the Cavaliers, my Sunday Slam Dunk. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

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Scott Spreitzer is now in his 18th year of handicapping and can currently be seen nationally on the Proline TV show, which airs on football weekends at 7 am ET on the USA cable network. Scott is the ONLY handicapper to advance to 3 straight finals in the Sunset Station Casino Invitational in Las Vegas. In fact, he's the all-time Sunset Station Casino Invitational's WIN CHAMPION! And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 NFL & college football plays in 5 seasons, and finished with an awesome 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Sunset Station Casino and the Las Vegas betting public. Besides being a champion handicapper, Scott co-hosted the legendary Stardust Line radio show for six years and was the weekly football analyst on the Pete Rose radio show. Scott has also hosted the ESportsDaily radio show, which aired in over 60 U.S. cities. Currently, Scott is the featured handicapper for numerous radio broadcasts around the country, and has interviewed a bevy of sports figures past & present.