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Jason Jordan, Blowout Winner, Phil Steele, RJ Bell or the Best Picks

With Jason Jordan, Phil Steele, RJ Bell, and Blowoutwinner all over the airwaves, who are the pro bettors investing in? Billy Walters is the expert in manipulating odds, but the best picks are at OffshoreInsiders.com

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LSU, Wisconsin UNDER (as Perfect Play), Akron UNDER means a perfect 3-0 sweep! Sunday it is five winners in pro football from Stevie Vincent. The top angle in each game is 91-3. We kid you not as it includes three Perfect Plays. The Perfect Play top angles are a combined 47-0. Yes 47 winners and zero losers. Get ready to be stunned with amazing angles!

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Pick Addict, Adam Zinn Touts, Handicappers

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In fact, Cy McCormick of MasterLockLine tells us that Pick Addict claims records along the lines of “60-28 the last 88, when over the last 50, 75, 100 picks, we have them at under .500.”

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Betting MLB Injuries: Bugs Start to Bite: Stanton, Teixiera, and Youklis All Out

The late April injury bugs have started to bite across the league.  The latest victim is the Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton.  On Tuesday, an MRI revealed that Stanton had suffered a Grade 2 strain to this right hamstring.  The prognosis indicated he may be out longer than the 15 day DL.  Stanton’s injury came in the 10th inning of Monday night’s contest with the New York Mets.  Stanton when sprinting to first base in the close game when he awkwardly crossed the first base bag and immediately pulled up.  A Grade 2 strain is mid-range in this type of injury with a Grade 3 – muscle tear being the worst.  Stanton has been a catalyst for the struggling Miami team and his absence from the field makes Marlin’s fans all the more anxious.

The Yankee’s Mark Teixiera is likely to be out through early June with a wrist injury he suffered in preparation for the World Baseball Classic.  He had hoped to return as early as May 1st but the recovery has not progressed as expected.

Kevin Youkilis has also been placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday with a lumbar spine sprain. An MRI examination taken on Youkilis’ back was negative for further damage, but he was given an epidural injection on Tuesday to alleviate the discomfort. Cashman said that Youkilis was told not to report to Yankee Stadium for the club’s game against the Astros.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Filed under: GAME PLAY Tagged: Giancarlo Stanton, Kevin Youkilis, Mark Teixeira, New York Mets, Stanton, Tuesday, World Baseball Classic, Yankee Stadium

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Baseball Odds: Daily Notes for Tuesday, April 16th

Pedro Alvarez is poised for a BIG day against his historical punching bag, Jake Westbrook

Just like last year, I’ll be combing over box scores and scouring local beat writers’ reports each morning to help ensure  you have all the information you need in order to make the right decisions for your fantasy baseball lineup. So make sure you check back at this very spot for Hot/Cold Streaks, Injury News, Closer Updates, Daily Stats, and more so that you can stay one step ahead of the rest of your league!

 

5 Good Nights, 5 Bad Nights

It’s a fact of life that every baseball player goes through hot and cold streaks. It’s important not to let those streaks influence a player’s fantasy baseball value too much, but it is important to be aware of how a player is doing within a short period of time (a seven-day sorter is always a good tool to use). A player’s short-term numbers can be the difference between winning and losing in daily games, and it can also make a huge difference in year-long leagues. For instance, if you can keep finding the second basemen on hot streaks and dropping them for another streaking second basemen once they get cold, you can piece together a very useful middle infielder-by-committee for your roto team. So before we get to today’s games, let’s take a spin through last night’s box scores to identify who had a good night and who had a bad night on Monday, April 15th.
 
5 Good Nights

  • Joe Mauer: 4-5, 2 R, HR, 3 RBI
  • Ryan Zimmerman: 2-5, 2 R, HR, 4 RBI
  • Jed Lowrie: 2-4, R, 4 RBI
  • Ryan Dempster: 7.0 IP, 2 H, ER, 2 BB, 10 Ks
  • Bronson Arroyo: 8.0 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 3 K’s, W

 

Honorable Mention: Brandon Moss, Allen Craig, Tyler Moore, Nate Freiman, Jon Jay, Cliff Lee, Jordan Zimmerman, Kevin Correia, Jeremy Hellickson, Tommy Milone, Mark Buehrle, Paul Clemens
 
5 Bad Nights

  • Erik Bedard: 0.1 IP, 2 H, 6 ER, 4 BB, K
  • James McDonald: 1.2 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 2 BB
  • Gavin Floyd: 4.1 IP, 9 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 6 Ks
  • Josh Hamilton: 0-4, 2 Ks
  • Jimmy Rollins: 0-4, K

 

Dishonorable Mention: Joe Blanton, John Maine, Lance Lynn
 
Daily Grab Bag

Check back here for daily updates on injuries, closer battles, player news, and anything else that might affect your fantasy baseball team.
 

  • As the closer carousel continues to spin in St. Louis, Edward Mujica looks poised to get the next save opportunity and is definitely worth grabbing if you’re chasing saves.
  • Chase Headley (thumb) has progressed well enough in his rehab to the point where he may be activated by the Padres as soon as today.
  • Brett Lawrie (ribs) has been activated by the Blue Jays and will be in Toronto’s lineup when they take on the White Sox tonight.

 

3 Up, 3 Down, and Throwing Darts

Starting and sitting the right pitchers on a day-to-day basis is often the linchpin of winning any fantasy baseball league – roto, head-to-head, daily, and otherwise. In order to give you some help picking your pitchers for today, I’ve gone through all of the stats that I could (pitchers’ career numbers vs. certain hitters and lineups, home/road splits, lefty/righty splits, etc) and have made nine recommendations. I’m not going to proclaim that I’ll get these 100% correct all season, but anyone that does should be sitting on an island that they own in the Pacific – not writing fantasy baseball articles. The goal here is to play the odds the entire season and slowly build your “win” percentage closer to 100% than to 50%.
 
Here are today’s recommendations with, 3 Up (three pitchers you shouldn’t think of sitting), 3 Down (three pitchers with some warning flags for today), and Throwing Darts (three pitchers that I’ll be taking a flier on):
 
3 Up

Kris Medlen vs. Kansas City Royals

Doug Fister at Seattle Mariners

Derek Holland at Chicago Cubs
 
3 Down

Ubaldo Jimenez vs. Boston Red Sox

Brandon McCarthy at New York Yankees

Dillon Gee at Colorado Rockies
 
Throwing Darts

A.J. Griffin vs. Houston Astros

Jake Westbrook at Pittsburgh Pirates

Chris Capuano vs. San Diego Padres
 
Swings and Misses

A hitter’s career numbers against a pitcher don’t always tell the whole story, but it can be informative if used correctly. I’m of the opinion that some information is better than none, and while there are other pieces to the puzzle of setting your daily lineup (splits, weather, etc.), I think a hitter’s career numbers against a pitcher can be very indicative of future success or failure. Some guys just own certain pitchers, and vice versa. As such, I’ve gone through today’s matchups and picked the best (and worst) matchups I could find. Anything less than 10-12 career at-bats is a relatively small sample-size (so take those with a grain of salt), but sometimes that’s all that is available.
 
Swings

  • Pedro Alvarez is 11-for-19 (.579) with two home runs and eight RBI in his career against today’s starter, Jake Westbrook.
  • David Wright is 6-for-14 (.462) with three home runs in his career against today’s starter, Jeff Francis.
  • Ryan Braun is 5-for-14 (.357) with three home runs and six RBI in his career against today’s starter, Barry Zito.
 

Misses
  • Kevin Youkilis is 1-for-14 (.071) against today’s starter, Brandon McCarthy.
  • Josh Willingham is 2-for-19 (.105) in his career against today’s starter, Jason Vargas.
  • Adam Dunn is 4-for-24 (.167) in his career against today’s starter, Josh Johnson.

 

If you have any questions, comments, complaints, or have a suggestion on a feature you’d like to see covered in these daily reports, please contact me @FantasyTrade411 or email me at FantasyTrade411@gmail.com and I’ll be happy to respond.

 

 

 

 

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Bob Voulgaris, NBA Bettor

No question a very interesting read on ESPN about Bob Voulgaris. Though it is highly debatable that he is truly the top NBA gambler but he certainly has developed a following, much like Alan Boston in the NBA, Billy Walters in college football or Stevie Fezzik in the NFL, though the luster of the latter has waned. Boston is also a pro poker player.

Voulgaris does use many of the time-proven angles used by top betting experts in all sports. The article by Scott Eden will prove to be a good read.

Packers-49ers, Texans-Patriots NFL Playoff Odds 2013

Round 2 of the 2013 NFL playoff odds are up for the Packers-49ers, Texans-Patriots. The how to win at sports betting videos YouTube betting channel will have previews. Expert NFL playoff picks are posted at OffshoreInsiders.com

NFL FOOTBALL – SAT 1/12
GAME HANDICAP TOTAL POINTS
Sat 1/12 111 Green Bay Packers +3.5 -122 Over 45 -105
05:00 PM 112 San Francisco 49ers -3.5 +113 Under 45 -105
NFL FOOTBALL – SUN 1/13
GAME HANDICAP TOTAL POINTS
Sun 1/13 115 Houston Texans +9.5 -108 Over 48 -110
01:30 PM 116 New England Patriots -9.5 +100 Under 48 +100