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Tuesday July 5 MLB Picks... extends 4-1 (+4.5 Units) Monday
Extended our strong winning streak another day with a strong 4-1 day
on Monday. Going into Tuesday, we see ourselves ranked #3 for Baseball
Betting at the National Sports Monitor, only a few units from 1st
Here are our picks so far for Tuesday July 5, 2005
Colorado Rockies -110 over Los Angeles Dodgers (1.0 Units)
Colorado Rockies RUNLINE over Los Angeles Dodgers (0.5 Units)
Easy call to make here. The Rockies are a decent home team but are not
being given the credit they deserve so far this series. They lost
yesterday but probably should have won if not for a career game for
Oscar Robles (5 hits) and the game winning RBI. We all know that the
Rockies are good at home, good against lefties. Check this system out.
The Rockies are 10-2 dating back to last year at home if coming off a
loss against the same opponent it is facing, if going against a lefty.
Their average margin of victory is 5.3 runs. The Rockies are averaging
8 runs per game in that system.
Colorado Rockies - Los Angeles Dodgers OVER 11.5 (1.0 Units)
The Dodgers have a lousy offense but are averaging 5 runs per game
against lefties but this is Coors Field. Our analysis also shows the
Rockies bats coming alive as well.
Washington Nationals over New York Mets (3.0 Units)
The Nationals are 18-7 this season against right handers. Pedro
Martinez is pitching for the Mets but we do not see them giving him
enough run support to merit them being such a large favorite on the
road today. Pure value. I went against Pedro with a 3 unit play before
and lost the game 1-0. I would not be surprised if the same happened
here but still like my chances with the Nationals who are 22-7 this
season in one run games, 13-3 at home.
Texas Rangers MONEYLINE over Boston Redsox (1.00 Units)
Texas Rangers -1.5 RUNLINE over Boston Redsox (0.50 Units)
We gave such strong evidence yesterday for the Rangers against
Righties especially after a loss that we had to take them again today.
Well, they did not lose on Monday but they will act as though they
had. I do not see the Red Sox bouncing back from such a bullpen blowup
as they had yesterday unless they were at home. Should I mention that
Tim Wakefield is 6-12 with a 6.05 ERA with a 1.6 WHIP lifetime against
the Rangers. This should come as no surprise since the Rangers love
Righties. Chris Young has not been half bad pitching for the Rangers.
July 05, 2005 Free Picks