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|MLB | May 25
Chicago Cubs vs. Cincinnati Reds
-167 at BETONLINE
|Saturday card has 6* NBA 3rd Round Play Of The Year backed with a 100% System dating to 1992 and an Undefeated Power Angle. In MLB There is a 100% 5* Dominator System, 18-0 Dog with bite angle and a Perfect Totals System, There is also an NHL Historical Angle. NBA on a 13-3 Run. Free Afternoon MLB Play below.
On Saturday the free MLB System Play is on the Cincinnati Reds. Game 904 at 4:10 eastern. The Cubs are 2-17 as a dog in a day game after allowing 6 or more runs in a night game. Cincy is 10-1 at home, after beating a team at home while drawing 1 or less walks. They had one last night. The Reds fit a nice system that has won 12 of the last 15 times and pertains to home favorites with a total that is 8 or less if they are off a home favored in by 2 or more runs and scored 5 or more runs on 10 or more hits, vs an opponent off a road dog loss that scored 4 or less runs but managed 10 or more hits. The Cubs have lost 16 of 23 day games, scoring under 3 runs per game and hitting .217 on the road, they are 1-4 as a road dog in this range. The Reds are 21-9 vs losing teams, 6-1 as a home favorite in this range and have already taken 6 of 7 vs Chicago this season. The Pitching also favors the Reds. H. Bailey is 13-2 if he is not a home dog and went 6 or more innings but more more than 8 innings while allowing no more than one run. Homer has also won 8 of 10 vs the Cubs and is 4-0 at home with a 2.16 era. The Cubs have Wood going. While Wood has Been Good, he hasn’t been here. In his starts in this park he has allowed 9 runs in 11 innings. Look for the Reds to take another from Chicago. On Saturday we look to Improve on the 13-3 NBA Run with the 6* Semi Final Round Play of the year from a 100% System and Undefeated Angle. 6* Plays have cashed 4 straight. In MLB we have 3 Plays a 5* Diamond Cutter System, a 18-0 Dog with Bite and another Never Lost totals System. There is even a historical Indicator in one of the NHL Games. Jump on and cash out on Memorial Day Weekend. For the Free Play take the Cincinnati Reds. RV
|MLB | May 25
Miami Marlins vs. Chicago White Sox
|Chicago White Sox
-1½+100 at BETONLINE
|This is a 1* free “run-line” play on the Chicago White Sox over the Miami Marlins on Saturday night (7:15 EST).
Ricky Nolasco (3-5, 3.96 ERA) toes the rubber for the visitors; after three straight losses, Nolasco threw a gem in his last outing, striking out 11 Diamondbacks on Sunday, allowing one run off five hits with a walk over 8 1/3′s frames of work. Let’s not read too much into that anomalous performance though; Nolasco has been the very definition of a “gas can” all year and is just 7-10 with a pedestrian 5.35 ERA in 19 career interleague starts. Nolasco will be opposed by Jake Peavy (5-2, 3.31 ERA) who gave up just four hits to the Angels last Sunday, but walked five batters, giving up four runs over six frames of work in the end. Peavy would finish with seven K’s, but his string of four straight winning starts over his previous five outings came to and end. Here’s a great opportunity for the veteran to return to form vs. the soft-hitting Marlins; the Fish are averaging a major league-low 2.7 runs per game. While the Sox have also struggled offensively this year, they come into this series with some momentum having won six of nine. I feel that the talent discrepancy both on the mound and at the plate justifies a second look at the White Sox on the “run-line” in this situation. How about you? What do you think? Is Peavy worth laying the 1.5 runs for the near pick-em price?