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Stryker has cashed five of his last six Major League Baseball Best Bets including a nice victory on the Pirates last night. On Saturday, Tom only has one Late Phone play isolated and this key release will deliver!
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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 31, 2015
Pittsburgh Pirates vs Cincinnati Reds
Pittsburgh Pirates
-125 at BMaker
Play Type: Premium

Off last night's crushing 15-5 loss at Cincinnati and with blemishes in its last three games versus the Reds, Pittsburgh will bring its "A-Game" on Friday night.

On the bump for the Pirates will be southpaw Jeff Locke. In his last three starts against the Nationals, Brewers and Cardinals, Locke was slapped for eight earned runs and 17 hits in 17.1 innings. That adds up to a 0-2 record and a 4.15 ERA. With eight walks in those three starts, it is obvious that Jeff had a little trouble with his control. Rest assured, Locke will be anxious to start this game. Back on June 23rd, Jeff pitched at home against the Big Red Machine and was cracked for two earned runs and nine hits in only 4.0 frames. The Pirates were fortunate enough to win that battle 7-6.

Right-hander Michael Lorenzen will toe the rubber for Cincy. In his last outing at Colorado, Lorenzen was smashed for eight earned runs and seven hits in only 2.1 innings. The Reds got clobbered by the Rockies 17-7. Actually, Michael's last five starts haven't been that great. With 23.0 innings completed, Lorenzen has been tagged for 18 earned runs and 30 hits. That's bad enough for an 0-3 record and an elevated 7.04 ERA.

There are some quality angles that support this National League investment too. Pittsburgh has won seven of its last nine in the second game of a series, 36 of its last 51 as a favorite and 69 of its last 102 games when facing a sub .500 foe. On the other side of the field, Cincinnati has dropped of nine of its last 12 when coming off a victory and seven of its last eight if its opponent allowed five or more run in their last game.

The Pirates are only 5.5-games back in the NL Central but they'll need road wins like this one in order to compete for the division title. Take Pittsburgh with Locke. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 31, 2015
Kansas City Royals vs Toronto Blue Jays
Kansas City Royals
-105 at 5Dimes
Play Type: Top Premium

Off last night's 5-2 road loss in the Rogers Centre, Kansas City will get back on track in a hurry on Friday night.

Making his first start for the Royals (from Cincinnati) will be strong right-hander Johnny Cueto. In the month of July, Cueto made five starts and threw extremely well allowing six earned runs and 21 hits in 34.0 innings of work. That shakes down to a 3-1 record and a solid 1.59 ERA. Johnny's last three road efforts were outstanding too. As a guest against the Rockies, Marlins and Nationals, Cueto was touched for just three earned runs and 13 hits through 22.0 frames. That equates to a 2-1 mark and a decent 1.23 ERA.

Righty Drew Hutchison will get the nod for the Blue Jays. In his last start at Seattle, Hutchison was roughed up for five earned runs and seven hits in only 4.0 innings. Even though Drew struggled on the bump allowing two walks and two dingers, Toronto still salvaged an 8-6 victory. Yes, "Hutch" does sport a shiny 9-2 overall record. But, his numbers aren't that great. With 108.0 innings in the bank, Drew has been tagged for 65 earned runs and 128 hits. After the math, that adds up to an elevated 5.42 ERA.

A number of rewarding trends and angles support this Best Bet too. Kansas City has won 50 of its last 73 when priced as a road favorite, 36 of its last 53 after allowing five runs or more in its last game and 56 of its last 82 battles versus a right-handed starter. Meanwhile, Toronto had dropped 14 of its last 17 when facing a foe that allowed five runs or more last, 10 of its last 12 coming off a win and seven of its last eight as an underdog.

The Royals still have a comfortable eight-game lead in its division and they will dominate a Blue Jays bunch that has dropped 12 of their last 21 against teams from the AL Central. Take Kansas City with Cueto. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.


A professional handicapper at Team Stryker Sports since 1984, Tom Stryker offers you 25 years of experience. Tom is known for his strong work ethic and his commitment to delivering the best analysis available. With regards to style, Stryker likes to use the perfect blend of two decades of experience as well as emotional, statistical, and technical support to back up his selections. Back in the early 90's, Tom helped assemble one of the most powerful football and basketball databases in the nation. This incredible piece of software holds over 100 profitable situations with ATS records topping 90 percent. Located in the Midwest just a few miles from the University of Notre Dame, Stryker is tuned into the Irish as well as the Big Ten and MAC Conferences. College Football, Major League Baseball as well as the NBA and NFL playoffs are considered his strengths. But keep in mind a profitable run can happen at any time in any sport when Stryker gets into one of his capping zones. In 2000, Tom reached the ultimate peak when he bested over 100 other professional handicappers, and finished the season ranked No. 1 in college football (28-13 for 68.3% record) as monitored by the Sports Monitor of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 2001, Tom incredibly repeated that feat by finishing No. 1 in college football with a solid 24-15 for 61.5% mark! To date, Stryker is the only handicapper to win back-to-back college football handicapping titles as documented by the Sports Monitor. Since going pro, Tom has recorded numerous other Top 10 finishes. Tom is also the editor and publisher of the Pre-Game Report - one of the best football newsletters in the industry! Vince Lombardi, one of the greatest football coaches ever, once said, �The harder you work, the harder it is to surrender.� When you do business with Tom Stryker you can expect three things: experience, professionalism and effort.