Friday, July 06, 2012

NATIONALS(Strasburg) over Rockies parlayed with CLEVELAND(Masterson) over Tampa(Cobb) parlayed with TIGERS(Smyly) -1.5 over Royals(Sanchez) (+390)--------Nationals scored double-digits every game in Colorado and then......they just kept scoring;  gotta take Strasburg here.  Neither the Indians nor the Rays have done very well when I've bet on them but.......Masterson gives a lot of good starts and with Alex Burnett taking the L for the Twins yesterday,  I don't see Cobb doing anything extraordinary in this game.  Since the middle of May,  Smyly has really declined.....but I'll give him a vote of confidence here facing Sanchez whose stats basically show him doing nothing good at all this year.   Jonathon Papelbon lost the game for the Phillies last night.(Lose 10-3 and 5-1......For only the 4th time out of 9 starts,  Alex Cobb allows fewer than 4 ER....and the RAYs score 10 runs for him,  a level of run support that he has NEVER had.   Strasburg loses here at -220 because......Tyler Colvin hits 2 homeruns and goes 3-4. (Because our legislative, judicial and executive branches of government hold the 10th Amendment in contempt, I’m beginning to wonder if it would have been best had the South won the Civil War)  DAMN YANKEE-Ivy-league financialists ruined the country!  Federalist debt-slavers......STATES RIGHTS, MOTHERFUCKER.  oh,  we'll fight this civil war again----I BENEFACTED you, Negro President......and you don't pay me back.  Sharpen up your spikes cuz we taking this government of Lincoln-lovers  DOWN.)

PADRES(Wells) +109 over Reds(Arroyo)------The White Sox manifested an astonishing destruction of Roy Oswalt just 3 days ago(19-2 Final Score).   How do you "play" that?  Well,  how about going against arROYo ?  In 12inn back in MLB,  Wells has only allowed 2 ER.   I think that's good enough to play on a team streaking along nicely with its new offense........and now at home.(Lose 6-0.......against a team this hot......Arroyo throws a CG 3-hitter........his best game of the year.)


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