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Thread: MLB 2018 Season Long Thread Thru the World Series / Picks,Trends,News Etc. !!

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    SUNDAY, JULY 15
    GAME TIME(ET) PICK UNITS


    TOR at BOS 01:05 PM
    TOR +134
    O 9.5


    NYY at CLE 01:10 PM
    NYY +130
    O 9.0


    PHI at MIA 01:10 PM
    MIA +102
    U 8.0


    WAS at NYM 01:10 PM
    NYM +129
    O 9.5

    MIL at PIT 01:35 PM
    MIL +103
    O 8.0


    ARI at ATL 01:35 PM
    ATL +115
    U 8.0


    TB at MIN 02:10 PM
    TB +100
    U 9.0


    DET at HOU 02:10 PM
    DET +347
    O 7.5


    KC at CHW 02:10 PM
    CHW -114
    O 9.5

    CIN at STL 02:15 PM
    CIN +138
    O 8.5


    SEA at COL 03:10 PM
    SEA +141
    U 11.0


    OAK at SF 04:05 PM
    SF -119
    U 7.5

    LAA at LAD 04:10 PM
    LAA +201
    U 7.5


    CHC at SD 04:10 PM
    SD +126
    O 8.5
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    Machado homers as Orioles beat Rangers 6-5
    July 15, 2018


    BALTIMORE (AP) Manny Machado homered before making an early exit, Adam Jones hit a three-run double and the Baltimore Orioles rallied past the Texas Rangers 6-5 Sunday.

    Machado was removed in the fifth inning by manager Buck Showalter after a 26-minute rain delay, taking the All-Star shortstop off a sloppy field. The last-place Orioles are entertaining offers for Machado, who is expected to be dealt before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.

    After being replaced by Jace Peterson, Machado sat in the dugout, wearing a sweatshirt and joking with his teammates.

    In a matchup between two teams staggering into the All-Star break, Texas got a first-inning grand slam from rookie Ronald Guzman but quickly gave the lead away in losing for the seventh time in nine games.

    Machado ignited the comeback with his 24th homer, and Jones' bases-clearing double in the third off Mike Minor (6-6) put Baltimore ahead to stay.

    Tanner Scott (1-1) earned his first big league win. Zach Britton worked the ninth for his fourth save.

    TIGERS 6, ASTROS 3

    HOUSTON (AP) - John Hicks hit one of Detroit's four home runs off Justin Verlander, and the Tigers snapped a six-game losing streak.

    Verlander (9-5) struck out 12 in six innings in his first start against his former team. But he allowed a season-high six runs while dropping his third straight decision.

    The 35-year-old Verlander earned 183 wins in 13 seasons with the Tigers. He was traded to Houston last year.

    Jeimer Candelario, Niko Goodrum and Jim Adduci also homered for Detroit. Drew VerHagen (1-2) got the win.

    Yuli Gurriel scored two runs and hit a sacrifice fly in the ninth for the Astros. The defending World Series champions head into the All-Star break at 64-35.

    CARDINALS 6, REDS 4

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Matt Carpenter and Dexter Fowler homered for St. Louis, making interim manager Mike Shildt a winner in his first game.

    Shildt took over for Mike Matheny, who was fired late Saturday after six-plus seasons at the helm.

    John Gant (3-3) picked up the win with four hitless innings. Jordan Hicks got three outs for his second save.

    Cincinnati had won four of five. It is 35-26 since beginning the season 8-27.

    Reds right-hander Anthony DeSclafani (4-2) was tagged for six runs in 3 1/3 innings.

    RED SOX 5, BLUE JAYS 2

    BOSTON (AP) - Xander Bogaerts homered in his first at-bat a day after hitting a game-ending grand slam, and the Red Sox entered the All-Star break with their best record since 1949.

    Bogaerts and Brock Holt each drove in two runs for the major league-leading Red Sox (68-30), who have won 12 of their last 13 games.

    Teoscar Hernandez hit a two-run homer for the Blue Jays (43-52). Toronto has dropped seven of 10.

    Brandon Workman (2-0) got the win and All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel worked the ninth for his 30th save.

    Toronto right-hander Marcus Stroman (2-7) was charged with four runs, three earned, and five hits in five innings.

    INDIANS 5, YANKEES 2

    CLEVELAND (AP) - Michael Brantley homered leading off the eighth inning, and the Indians beat the Yankees for a split of their four-game series.

    One of six Cleveland players who will be in Washington for Tuesday's All-Star Game, Brantley broke a 2-2 tie by belting a pitch from Chad Green (5-2) into the seats in right for his 12th homer. The Indians added two more runs in the inning on a sacrifice fly by Yan Gomes and Green's wild pitch.

    Carlos Carrasco (11-5) earned his first win in relief since July 19, 2014. Cody Allen worked the ninth for his 20th save.

    Neil Walker homered for the Yankees, who enter the break 29 games over .500 and have the majors' second-best record.

    PIRATES 7, BREWERS 6, 10 INNINGS

    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Josh Bell hit a two-run double in the 10th inning, giving Pittsburgh a five-game sweep of Milwaukee and its sixth straight win overall.

    With rain falling, Gregory Polanco and Colin Moran singled to put runners on the corners for Bell, who drove a pitch from Dan Jennings (3-3) into the gap in right-center. The relay throw beat Moran home but trickled through the legs of catcher Erik Kratz.

    Brett Phillips drove in four runs for Milwaukee, including an RBI single in the 10th off Tanner Anderson (1-0).

    The Pirates scored twice in the ninth off Milwaukee closer Corey Knebel. Pinch-hitter David Freese tied the game with an RBI triple.

    BRAVES 5, DIAMONDBACKS 1

    ATLANTA (AP) - Julio Teheran pitched 6 1/3 scoreless innings, and the Braves used a four-run third inning to get the win.

    It was a needed confidence boost before the All-Star break for Atlanta, which had lost eight of 10. Teheran (7-6) allowed four hits, struck out six and walked three.

    Arizona has lost 10 of 16, but it began the day leading the NL West by one-half game.

    Diamondbacks left-hander Patrick Corbin (6-4) allowed four runs and six hits in six innings. He struck out three, a season low.

    MARLINS 10, PHILLIES 5

    MIAMI (AP) - Brian Anderson hit a three-run homer in Miami's eight-run fifth inning.

    Miami totaled eight hits in the fifth against three pitchers. Cameron Maybin homered and singled in the inning, and Justin Bour had two singles, with his second hit driving in the final two runs for an 8-5 lead.

    The rally lasted so long Phillies first baseman Carlos Santana headed for the dugout after the second out, apparently thinking the inning was over. Instead Miami scored four more runs.

    Cesar Hernandez hit a bases-loaded triple during a five-run fourth for Philadelphia. Edubray Ramos (3-1) got the loss.

    The Marlins totaled 15 hits. Elieser Hernandez (2-5) threw a scoreless fifth for the win.

    NATIONALS 6, METS 1

    NEW YORK (AP) - Daniel Murphy and Trea Turner each hit a two-run single in Washington's five-run seventh inning.

    Matt Adams added two hits and scored a run as Washington salvaged a split of its four-game set against New York. A preseason favorite to win the NL East and contend for a World Series championship, the disappointing Nationals hit the All-Star break with a 48-48 record, good for third in the division.

    Jeremy Hellickson (4-1) pitched six crisp innings in his second straight win. The veteran right-hander allowed one run and two hits.

    New York wasted a solid start by Corey Oswalt, who allowed two hits in five innings. Anthony Swarzak (0-2) got the loss.

    WHITE SOX 10, ROYALS 1

    CHICAGO (AP) - Daniel Palka and Yoan Moncada homered, Lucas Giolito tossed two-hit ball into the seventh inning and the White Sox won for the third time in four games.

    Moncada had three hits and scored three times a day after leaving Saturday's 5-0 loss with a bruised right knee. Palka also had three hits and drove in two runs.

    Adalberto Mondesi homered leading off the eighth for the last-place Royals, who are 2-11 in July. Burch Smith (0-1) allowed two runs and three hits in two innings.

    Giolito (6-8) permitted just two hits in 6 1/3 scoreless innings.
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    SCHEDULE FOR TUESDAY JULY 17, 2018
    Time (ET) Away Home Site
    8:00 PM National League All-Stars American League All-Stars Nationals Park

    SCHEDULE FOR THURSDAY JULY 19, 2018
    Time (ET) Away Home Site
    7:05 PM St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field

    SCHEDULE FOR FRIDAY JULY 20, 2018

    Time (ET) Away Home Site
    2:20 PM St. Louis Cardinals Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field
    7:05 PM Atlanta Braves Washington Nationals Nationals Park
    7:05 PM New York Mets New York Yankees Yankee Stadium
    7:05 PM San Diego Padres Philadelphia Phillies Citizens Bank Park
    7:07 PM Baltimore Orioles Toronto Blue Jays Rogers Centre
    7:10 PM Boston Red Sox Detroit Tigers Comerica Park
    7:10 PM Miami Marlins Tampa Bay Rays Tropicana Field
    7:10 PM Pittsburgh Pirates Cincinnati Reds Great American Ball Park
    8:05 PM Cleveland Indians Texas Rangers Globe Life Park in Arlington
    8:10 PM Los Angeles Dodgers Milwaukee Brewers Miller Park
    8:15 PM Minnesota Twins Kansas City Royals Ewing M. Kauffman Stadium
    9:35 PM San Francisco Giants Oakland Athletics Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
    9:40 PM Colorado Rockies Arizona Diamondbacks Chase Field
    10:07 PM Houston Astros Los Angeles Angels Angel Stadium of Anaheim
    10:10 PM Chicago White Sox Seattle Mariners Safeco Field


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    JULY'S MLB OVERALL PICKS:

    DATE W-L-T % UNITS RECORD

    07/15/2018 11-17-0 39.29% -21.25
    07/14/2018 16-13-1 55.17% +10.75
    07/13/2018 9-20-1 31.03% -59.95
    07/12/2018 7-12-1 36.84% -24.40
    07/11/2018 16-14-0 53.33% +9.75
    07/10/2018 19-11-0 63.33% +47.05
    07/09/2018 11-14-1 44.00% -16.35
    07/08/2018 17-13-0 56.67% +18.45
    07/07/2018 12-13-1 48.00% +2.75
    07/06/2018 16-13-1 55.17% +11.80
    07/05/2018 7-9-0 43.75% -16.55
    07/04/2018 15-14-1 51.72% +4.20
    07/03/2018 14-13-1 51.85% +4.80
    07/02/2018 11-7-0 61.11% +25.35
    07/01/2018 3-7-0 30.00% -23.50

    TOTALS........184 - 191......49.06%......-27.10


    DATE............................ATS............... ...UNITS.....................O/U......................UNITS.............TOTAL

    07/15/2018...................3 - 9................-16.80....................7 - 7.....................-3.50..............-20.30
    07/14/2018...................4 - 5................-2.00....................10 - 5....................+22.50...........+20.50
    07/13/2018...................1 - 7................-26.10....................6 - 8....................-14.00.............-40.10
    07/12/2018...................2 - 5................-36.95....................5 - 4....................+3.00..............-33.95
    07/11/2018...................4 - 4................+8.05.....................7 - 7....................-3.50...............+4.55
    07/10/2018...................4 - 3................+18.60..................10 - 5...................+22.50............+41.10
    07/09/2018...................3 - 4................+4.75.....................6 - 6....................-3.00...............+1.75
    07/08/2018...................3 - 3................+7.60.....................6 - 9....................-19.50.............-11.90
    07/07/2018...................3 - 4................+6.50.....................7 - 5....................+7.50.............+14.00
    07/06/2018...................2 - 4.................-6.70.....................8 - 6....................+7.00..............+0.30
    07/05/2018...................1 - 3.................-9.75.....................4 - 4.....................-2.00..............-11.75
    07/04/2018...................2 - 4.................-6.00.....................6 - 9.....................-19.50.............-25.50
    07/03/2018...................2 - 5.................-36.20...................6 - 7......................-8.50..............-44.70
    07/02/2018...................3 - 1................+18.75...................5 - 4.....................+3.00.............+21.75
    07/01/2018...................3 - 6.................-17.00...................6 - 9......................-19.50............-36.50

    TOTALS......................40 - 65...............-93.25...................99 -95....................-28.00..............-121.25
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    Monday’s 6-pack

    Most 3-pointers made in player’s first 2 years in NBA:

    1- Damian Lillard (403)
    2- Buddy Hield (324)
    3- Klay Thompson (322)
    4- Stephen Curry (317)
    5- Damon Stoudamire (309)
    6- Kyle Korver (307)


    Quote of the Day
    “Nothing ends well, or else it wouldn’t end.”
    Bryan Brown, in the movie Cocktail

    Monday’s quiz
    When was the last time two brothers played in the same All-Star Game?

    Sunday’s quiz
    Texas Rangers were the Washington Senators before moving to the Lone Star State.

    Saturday’s quiz
    Houston Astrodome was the first indoor stadium in major league baseball.

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    Monday’s List of 13: Wrapping up a sports weekend…….

    13) 7,874 players entered the Main Event at World Series of Poker; first prize was $8.8M, and the last two guys played heads-up for 10.5 hours and 199 hands before a winner was decided. I tried to stay up for the whole thing, but eventually, I came to my senses.

    12) Around 4:40am, ESPN’s hole card camera went down; without that, watching poker on TV is like watching paint dry, but it came back on after a few hands. Analyst Antonio Esfandiari had to leave in the middle because he was playing in a $1M buy-in tournament on Sunday and needed his rest. I wasn’t involved in any million dollar stuff, so I stayed up for a while and watched.

    11) At 5:05 am, one of the players, who was wearing a Tim Tebow Florida jersey, was doing jumping jacks during a commercial. He had a Russell Wilson Seahawks jersey on the other night, which made me want to root against him. He finished second, and won $5M, so they were actually playing for $3.8M and the gold bracelet.

    10) They were advertising a pay site where you could watch poker tournament 100 days a year. Do other poker players watch these tournaments to scout opponents or to learn stuff? Why else would you pay to watch poker tournaments?

    9) Home Run Derby used to be a daytime thing; they had no idea what they had. On the other hand, has the popularity of Home Run Derby hurt the actual All-Star Game?

    8) Judge-Trout-Stanton skipping out on HR Derby reminds me of when the NBA had this great 1-on-1 contest for two years in the early 70’s— it was awesome, until Julius Erving’s agent would not let him play, figuring he had nothing to gain by participating.

    Dr J’s skipping the event pretty much put the kibosh on it, which was too bad, since it was great theater. Portland’s Larry Steele made the Final Four of the tournament one year; good for him, but no one was turning on their TV to watch Larry freakin’ Steele play 1-on-1.

    (No offense to Larry Steele, but you get the point)

    The games were to 20, had to win by more than 2 points, I think. May not have this 100% right, but pretty sure Bob Lanier, a 6-11 lefty center won a game 50-46, I think over Connie Hawkins, who was a similar player to Giannis Antetokounmpo in today’s game.

    ESPN Classic should run those games back; pretty sure they were on ABC.

    7) Could you imagine a Westbrook-Durant matchup in a 1-on-1 tournament on national TV? How great would that be?

    7) Tampa Bay C Wilson Ramos tweaked his hamstring Saturday and is likely headed to the DL. Salvador Perez is now the AL starter behind the plate.

    5) If you’re the St Louis Cardinals, how do you not hire Joe Girardi as manager, unless you acknowledge that today’s ballplayers are so soft that you have to hire a manager who doesn’t criticize players as much as they sometimes need to be criticized?

    4) Miami pitcher Jose Urena put his glove over his mouth during a mound conference during Sunday’s game, which made me think: Are there bilingual lip readers?

    3) I’m going to run a couple of lists during the All-Star break about my favorite movies; I’m a big fan of John Grisham’s books, but none of those movies made my non-sports movie list, so I’ll point out here that my two favorite Grisham movies are Runaway Jury and the Pelican Brief.

    2) Mets TV guy Gary Cohen was openly questioning Sunday why Jose Reyes is playing every day; you don’t get a lot of stuff like on local TV broadcasts. Honesty.

    Speaking of the Mets, my friend Bob reports that Michael Conforto’s career batting average in Met wins in .328, in Met losses .176. Of the 3,300 players with 500+ plate appearances since 1900, that is the widest difference in batting average between wins and losses.

    1) Always wanted to research this, but never have; the %age of first-pitch swings the day before the All-Star break, as opposed to all the other days. You know guys have their bags packed for their 4-day vacations. Umpires, too.
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    2018 Home Run Derby Odds
    July 15, 2018


    All-Star festivities in Major League Baseball begin on Monday night at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. with the annual Home Run Derby. There will be a new winner in 2018 as defending champion Aaron Judge will not participate after the Yankees' slugger drilled 47 home runs to capture the title last July in Miami.

    Hometown favorite Bryce Harper vowed that he would swing away in Home Run Derby as long as he was voted to the All-Star team. The Nationals' fan received their wish as Harper is participating in this event for the first time since 2013, when he lost to Mets' outfielder Yoenis Cespedes in the finals.

    Harper is currently tied for second in the National League in home runs with 23 round-trippers and is listed as the favorite to win the derby at the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook at 11/4 odds (Bet $100 to win $375).

    The leader in home runs in the NL is Milwaukee's Jesus Aguilar with 24, as the first baseman is one of four sluggers listed at 6/1 odds to win the title, alongside Dodgers' first baseman Max Muncy (22 HR), Braves' first baseman Freddie Freeman (16 HR), and Cubs' outfielder Kyle Schwarber (18 HR).

    Interestingly enough, the two home runs leaders in the American League are not giving it a shot in the derby as Boston's J.D. Martinez (29 HR) and Cleveland's Jose Ramirez (29 HR) are taking a pass. The lone AL contestant is Astros' third baseman Alex Bregman (20 HR), who sits at 8/1 odds.

    Below are the odds for Monday’s festivities from the Westgate Las Vegas Superbook:

    Odds to win 2018 Home Run Derby


    Bryce Harper (WSH) 11/4
    Jesus Aguilar (MIL) 6/1
    Max Muncy (LAD) 6/1
    Freddie Freeman (ATL) 6/1
    Kyle Schwarber (CHC) 6/1
    Rhys Hoskins (PHI) 7/1
    Javier Baez (CHC) 8/1
    Alex Bregman (HOU) 8/1

    Home Run Derby - 1st Round Matchup Odds

    Rhys Hoskins (PHI) +115
    Jesus Aguilar (MIL) - 135

    Freddie Freeman (ATL) +170
    Bryce Harper (WSH) - 200

    Kyle Schwarber (CHC) - 150
    Alex Bregman (HOU) +130

    Javier Baez (CHC) +130
    Max Muncy (LAD) - 150
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    Win Total Update - AS Break
    July 15, 2018


    Over three months of the 2018 pro baseball season are in the books and bettors investing in “Win Total” wagers can start to get a clearer picture on their investments. Listed below are each team’s win totals and their records through July 15 along with their projection to go ‘over’ or ‘under’ this season.

    NATIONAL LEAGUE WIN TOTALS
    Team Win Total - 2018 Record on 7/15/18 Projection

    Arizona Diamondbacks 85 53-44
    Atlanta Braves 74 52-42
    Chicago Cubs 94 55-38
    Cincinnati Reds 73 43-53
    Colorado Rockies 82 51-45
    Los Angeles Dodgers 96 53-43
    Miami Marlins 64 41-57
    Milwaukee Brewers 84 55-43
    New York Mets 81 39-55
    Philadelphia Phillies 75 53-42
    Pittsburgh Pirates 73 48-49
    San Diego Padres 69 40-59
    San Francisco Giants 81 50-48
    St. Louis Cardinals 85 48-46
    Washington Nationals 92 48-48

    AMERICAN LEAGUE WIN TOTALS
    Team Win Total - 2018 Record on 7/15/18 Projection

    Baltimore Orioles 73 28-69
    Boston Red Sox 91 68-30
    Chicago White Sox 68 33-62
    Cleveland Indians 94 52-43
    Detroit Tigers 68 41-57
    Houston Astros 96 64-35
    Kansas City Royals 71 27-67
    Los Angeles Angels 84 49-48
    Minnesota Twins 82 44-50
    New York Yankees 94 62-33
    Oakland Athletics 74 55-42
    Seattle Mariners 81 58-39
    Tampa Bay Rays 77 49-47
    Texas Rangers 77 41-56
    Toronto Blue Jays 81 43-52
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