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San Francisco at LOS ANGELES (-1', +115)

By Chris Jordan, Featured Handicapper

Split my 500♦ plays the last two nights, hitting the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday and losing the Kansas City Royals on Tuesday.

There are seven games that start before 4 pm eastern, and I love one of the underdogs on the card.

Let's bounce back with a 500♦ underdog winner as we creep our way to the NFL season, the Hall of Fame Game and Preseason Week 1 being right around the corner. And then, the NFL Season kicks off in 43 Days!!

Underdog Shocker

Goes on the Day Card - Hasn't Started Yet

MATCHING Monday's 500♦ Winner
Pirates 2-1 over Cardinals

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My complimentary play for tonight is the Los Angeles Dodgers on the run line against the San Francisco Giants.

L.A. is rolling once again, having won five straight, and should have no trouble taking control of this game early against their travel-weary arch-rivals.

The Giants are 1-4 during this road trip, and are hitting just .180 while having scored only 13 runs. They're now playing their sixth straight road game in as many days, after opening the second half of the season in Denver.

Take L.A. on the run line.


Houston at OAKLAND (8'un, -115)

By Trace Adams, Featured Handicapper

In a little rut here to open the second half of the baseball season.

That changes today with this 4-run mismatch winner.

If you are reading this text, the game has not started.

Winning Day # 10 of 14

Daytime Destroyer Lock

4-Run Mismatch on the Day Card

8-4 Winner for Wednesday!

The goal is to start dealing in winners once again, today I get myself back on track.

Comp play for Wednesday is the Under in the Astros-Athletics series finale with Hunter Brown and J.P. Sears mowing them down.

Prior to last night's 8-2 Over, these Western Division clubs had played 3 straight Under the total, and the Under had been 5-1-1 over the past 7 series meetings this season.

Hunter Brown is 7-1 over his last 8 starts with an ERA of 1.84, and against the A's he stands at 2-0 with a 1.88 ERA in his 4 careers starts.

Sears is unbeaten over his past 4 starts with a 3-0 mark and a 2.42 ERA. He is also a decent 2-1 with a 3.41 ERA for his career when facing the Astros!

I believe this getaway day meeting will hold Under the posted price with the pitchers dominating the hitters.


Chicago at TEXAS (-1' -115)

By Jeffrey Granger, Featured Handicapper

My $10 Bettors are up more than $10K this season after losing my 25 Dimer on the Rockies on Tuesday.

I've still hit 52 of the 93 MLB games I've released this season.

I make it 53 of 94 on the diamond with a matinee bankroll builder you cannot afford to miss. This one is glaring based on the pitchers I see going.

$10 Bettors have made $10,190 this MLB season


Winning Day # 57 of 98 (and 30 of 52)

$10 Bettors have made $12,762 with my last 97 plays

MLB Winner # 17 of 22

Early Bankroll Builder

Reds at Braves
12:20 Eastern

Play the Texas Rangers on the run line over the Chicago White Sox, as this should be over quickly.

It's real simple, as I shouldn't have to explain much here.

The Rangers are in the mix for the American League Wild-Card hunt, and the Sox are the worst team in baseball.

Chicago has lost nine straight, including two tough ones the last two nights in Arlington. The Pale Hose will be mentally defeated before the first pitch.

All Rangers.


Arizona at KANSAS CITY (9ov, -115)

By Anson Munson, Featured Handicapper

I need a winner, plain and simple!

50 Dime
Winner # 15 of 23

Bounce-Back Lock

Has Not Started - Still Available

Team off a Tuesday loss
bounces-back with a Wednesday Win

I have a team that plays off a loss last night, that will bounce-back with the win here on Wednesday.

If you are reading this, the game has not yet started.

After a high-scoring 10-4 final on Monday night between Arizona and Kansas City, things were a little quieter on the base paths last night as the teams play to a 6-2 final that held Under the total.

I am looking for another Under in tonight's series finale as the Diamondbacks are on a 4-1 Under the total for their last 5 games, while the Royals are 7-1 Under the total now for their last 8 games.

In Ryne Nelson's 3 July starts, he has allowed 5 runs in his 19-plus innings of work, while Michael Wacha has also allowed 5 runs in his 3 July starts which have totaled 18 innings.

I am calling for an Under at Kauffman Stadium for Wednesday.