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Scott "The Bulldog" Rickenbach Free Pick for Tuesday MLB: San Francisco Giants Money Line (-) vs Pittsburgh Pirates @ 10:15 ET - There has been a major move toward the Pirates here and certainly I understand it from the standpoint that they have been the better team this season and Madison Bumgarner has allowed 2 homers in each of his 2 starts since coming back from the disabled list. However, let's not forget that the Giants southpaw only allowed a total of 10 hits in the 13 and 1/3 innings spanning those two starts! Also, Bumgarner is highly competitive. I expect the third time to be the charm as he looks to round back into top form after spending significant time on the disabled list. The southpaw is winless on the season and he is not happy about it. Bumgarner will come out with plenty of fire for tonight's contest and I expect him to easily outduel the Pirates Jameson Taillon. The right-hander has given up 6 earned runs on 14 hits in just 10 and 1/3 innings spanning his last two starts. He pitched well but not fantastic in his lone start against the Giants last season but Bumgarner truly has been fantastic against the Pirates! The SF left-hander is 2-1 with a 1.54 ERA in his last 3 starts versus Pittsburgh and he has a 2.42 ERA in his 7 career starts versus the Bucs. The Giants are 49-40 (+$7,500) in home games with a money line between -125 and +125 the past 2+ seasons while the Pirates are 12-17 (-$4,200) in road games with a money line between -125 and +125 this season. Look for Pittsburgh to drop to 5-10 on the year in Tuesday games. Free Pick on San Francisco on the money line in late night action. Best of luck, Scott "The Bulldog" Rickenbach
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Tampa Bay is worth a look here as a short home favorite against the Orioles. We are getting some great value here due to the fact that the Rays have lost 5 straight, but 3 of those were 1-run defeats. I'll take my chances with Tampa Bay's Jacob Faria going up against Baltimore Wade Miley. Faria is 4-1 with a 2.52 ERA in 8 starts, while Miley owns a 5.58 ERA and 1.820 WHIP in 20 outings this season. He also comes in struggling, having allowed 12 runs on 16 hits and 8 walks in his last 2 starts (9 2/3 innings). Give me the Rays -114!
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Play: Detroit Tigers
The Detroit Tigers in general and Michael Fulmer in particular will be looking for revenge when they host the Kansas City Royals and Danny Duffy Tuesday night.
The Royals defeated the Tigers 16-4 at Kauffman Stadium on July 20 in a contest where Fulmer (10-7, 3.35 ERA) was chased off the mound after just 2 2/3 innings through which he was tagged with eight runs (five earned). A rare mishap for the 24 year old who has been rock solid most of the season (he ranks second in the American League with 16 quality starts).
Duffy (6-6 , 3.71 ERA) surrendered four runs on nine hits over five innings when pitching opposite Fulmer on July 20 and he is 6-7 with a 4.01 ERA against Detroit in his career.
The Royals own a six-game winning streak after beating Detroit 5-3 in 12 innings on Monday, but the Tigers are 4-1 in their last five games following a loss, and note that Royals are 3-8 in Duffy's last 11 road starts while Tigers are 10-3 in Fulmer's last 13 home starts.
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This is the Yankees' first home game since July 9 following an 11-game road trip. They are hosting the lowly Reds. So you have to wonder just how focused the Yankees will be especially with a lot of young players on their roster. One of those youngsters is rookie pitcher Jordan Montgomery. He's facing another rookie starter in Luis Castillo. Montgomery is making his 19th start and showing signs of hitting that rookie wall. His ERA in his last three starts is 6.91. The Twins got to him for six runs in six innings during his previous start this past Wednesday. Castillo has made just six starts. His ERA is 3.86 compared to Montgomery's 4.09. I have a high regard for Castillo and his potential. He's struck out 43 in 35 innings. He's also faced much better hitting teams than Montgomery has. Castillo has made two starts against the Nationals, two against the Diamondbacks, one versus the Brewers and one against the Rockies at Coors Field. The Nationals are No. 2 in the league in runs. Colorado is No. 3. The Diamondbacks have scored the sixth-most runs. Only two teams have hit more homers than the Brewers. By contrast, Montgomery has faced four below average offenses during his past seven starts having gone against the Twins, White Sox, Angels and A's. The Yankees do hold a bullpen edge, but some of that advantage is reduced by how poorly closer Aroldis Chapman has been pitching. (Editor's note: Fresh off moving his unbeaten Canadian Football League record to 10-0 with a Game of the Year winner on Monday, Stephen Nover turns his full attention to the ball diamond today where in addition to this free selection he's found two powerful sides plays. Stephen is so strong on these two games that he's putting them out together as his Parlay of the Week.)
Despite Lance Lynn's success this season, the Cardinals are struggling and look primed for a lost year. The Rockies on the other hand are 7-3 in their last 10, and bring their high powered offense to the road. Charlie Blackmon has hit safely in 17 of his last 18 games. From top to bottom, the Rockies offense is a challenge.
1 Unit FREE PLAY on Oakland A's +100
The Oakland A's are going to get max trade value for Sonny Gray if they decide to move him before the deadline. That's because he has put together a brilliant audition for other teams over the last couple months. Gray is simply on a roll, going 4-1 with a 1.62 ERA and a .155 opponents' batting average in his past five starts. He has also gone 3-1 with a 3.00 ERA in five previous starts against the Blue Jays. Cesar Valdez makes just his second start of the season for the Blue Jays after an awful debut, giving up 3 runs and 7 base runners in 4 innings against the Mariners back in April. He is 1-1 with a 6.92 ERA in three career starts in the big leagues. The wrong team is favored in this one.
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I'm recommending a play on the Under between the Mets & Padres when Seth Lugo & Jhoulys Chacin square-off at PETCO. Lugo is using his curveball more often and he's posted a 2.60 ERA & 1.04 WHIP in his last three appearances. The righty will face a Padre offense plating less than 4 rpg at home this season. SDG will counter with Chacin, who owns one of the oddest home/road dichotomies you'll find. Chacin owns a dubious 7.35 ERA in 10 road starts, but he's virtually unhittable at PETCO where he's also made 10 starts, but with much different results. The right-hander owns a sizzling, 1.94 ERA, 0.98 WHIP, and .198 BAA on the home bump. The Mets have been middle of the pack or worse in OBP and OPS in July, while the Padres own MLB's worst home batting average and second worst home OBP and OPS. We look for the hurlers to get the better of the hitters in this one and we're recommending a play on the Under between the Mets & Padres on Tuesday night. Thanks and GL! Scott Spreitzer.
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Play - Pittsburgh Pirates w/Taillon vs Bumgarner (Game 909).
Edges - Pirates: Taillon 4-2 with 2.31 ERA team starts away this season… Giants: Bumgarner 0-6 team starts this season, and 0-2 last two home team starts in this series. With Taillon in strong KW form with 22 Ks with 4 BBs last three starts, we recommend a 1* play on Pittsburgh. Thank you and good luck as always.
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Royals vs Tigers Free Pick July 25, 2017.The Royals beat the Tigers 5-3 in extra-innings in Game 1 of this series in Detroit. We might see another pitcher's duel tonight, with both teams turning to the front end of the rotation. Michael Fulmer will toe the slab for the Tigers, and he's having another fine season. Fulmer (10-7, 3.35 ERA) was rocked for eight runs in just 2 2/3 innings in a loss at Kansas CIty his last time out. He almost went the distance (8 2/3 innings), allowing three runs on seven hits and striking out seven in a home win over the Royals earlier this year. He's 6-2 with a 3.72 ERA in 10 starts in the Motor City this season. The Royals hand the ball to Danny Duffy, who picked up a win against the Tigers his last time out. Duffy has quietly been having a solid season, going 6-6 with a 3.71 ERA in 15 starts for the Royals this year. Not bad considering that he often doesn't get the run support that he did in previous seasons. Kansas City ranks 25th in the majors in runs scored, and the Royals have failed to reach the total in seven of their last 10 when Duffy starts. Take UNDER. GL, Jesse Schule
Royals/Tigers 7:10: Fulmer was lit up like a torch July 20th in KC to the tune of 5 ER on 7 hits in 2 2/3 IP. KC is currently hitting really well launching 12 HRs over the last 3 games. On the other hand, Danny Duffy is vulnerable here; after all, the Tigers are driving in a healthy 5.83 RPG on a .283 BA vs lefties. Duffy is 10-4-2 O/U on the road and 5-0 O/U vs Detroit. Heavy "over" trends in this series give us a play on the "over".
1* FREE PLAY under Royals/Tigers. The visitors turn to Danny Duffy (5-6, 3.51 ERA) who gave up four runs off nine hits while stirking out four over five innings in a victory over these very Tigers on Thursday. Duffy’s peripherals (3.49 FIP) suggest that better times lie ahead (is 5-3 with a 3.31 ERA in all “night” games.) Detroit counters with Michael Fulmer (10-6, 3.06) who looks to rebound off perhaps the worst start of his career, allowing eight runs (five earned) off seven hits over 2.2 innings on a loss to the Royals throwing opposite Duffy last week. Starts like that though have been few and far between for Fulmer, who still owns an elite 1.11 WHIP and 3.33 FIP this season (he also has a 3.15 ERA in all “night” games.) Long-term track records exhibited by these starting pitchers suggests we’ll have a bit of a “duel” on our hands in this one, so consider the “under.”
This game features the 47-51 Braves at the 57-42 Arizona. Braves are a tough team and we get their best young pitcher in Mike Foltynewicz at a nice plus money payday here. He's had a few good starts in a row and faces off with one of my favorite young arms in Baseball but Taijuan Walker is just back from maternity leave and might have his mind else where. Good time to fade him and I think the sharps are thinking the same as only 29% are backing the road Braves yet this line seems to hold tight. Take the Braves for a 15* play and ***Check out Chase's super price on a 30 day pass just 299.99 gets you every play for 30 days***
Free Pick on Tigers -
I like Detroit to even up there series with KC on Tueday. The Tigers are sending out Michael Fulmer, who has put together quite a 2-year resume, yet he doesn't get a lot of hype beacuse he doesn't strikeout a lot of guys. Fulmer has already reached double-digit wins and owns a 3.35 ERA in 19 starts. He did have a bad outing last time out in Kansas City, but prior that he had owned the Royals, giving up just 9 runs in his previous 5 starts against them.
KC will counter with Danny Duffy, who is a solid starter, but has not been nearly as good on the road with a 4.44 ERA and 1.397 WHIP in 8 starts. THe other key here is that Detroit has hit him hard of late, scoring 4 or more against them in 4 of his last 5 starts. Not a big surprise given how well the Tigers have hit left-handed pitching. They are scoring 5.6 runs/game against lefties, compared to 4.9 overall. Take Detroit!
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1* on Cardinals -122
7/25 10:10 PM EST MLB (929) MINNESOTA TWINS VS (930) LOS ANGELES DODGERS.
Take: over the total.
Reason: Your free play for Tuesday, July 25, 2017 comes in baseball as the Minnesota Twins head to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers. Minnesota has a weak bullpen and faces a strong Los Angeles offense. Young starter Jose Berrios is strong at home, but sports a 4.46 road ERA. Kenta Maeda goes for Los Angeles, with the team 14-5-2 over the total when he starts. The Over is 10-4 in Maeda's last 14 home starts and when these teams clash the over is 6-2-1. Play Minnesota/LA Dodgers Over the total.
I think the price is just right here to back Fulmer at home against the Royals. Fulmer is 6-2 at home this season with a 3.72 ERA. He also pitches very well against the Royals with a career 3.23 ERA.
The Royals send out Duffy who struggles on the road with a 4.44 ERA and he isn't in great form right now with a 4.43 ERA his last three starts.
1* Free Play on Rays -114
Jack's Free Pick Tuesday: Pittsburgh Pirates +105
The Pittsburgh Pirates have fought their way back to .500 on the season and in serious contention in the NL Central race. They have gone 13-4 in their last 17 games overall to really show a lot of fight around the All-Star Break.
This turnaround happened essentially when Jameson Taillon returned from cancer. This team has been inspired by Taillon, who is 6-3 with a 3.08 ERA in 13 starts, including 3-1 with a 2.31 ERA in six road starts.
Madison Bumgarner just returned from the disabled list 10 days ago and hasn't been very effective. He has gone 0-1 with a 4.73 ERA in his two starts since returning, giving up 7 earned runs and 4 homers in 13 1/3 innings, facing the lowly San Diego Padres in both of those starts.
Bumgarner is 0-6 (-9.6 Units) against the money line as a favorite of -110 or higher this season. The Pirates are 11-2 in Taillon's last 13 starts with 4 days of rest. The Giants are 0-6 in Bumgarner's last six starts. San Francisco is 18-37 in its last 55 games overall. Bet the Pirates Tuesday.
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The Toronto Blue Jays are in need of an impressive homestand if they wish to escape the cellar of the American League East and entertain any realistic thoughts of a third straight postseason appearance. After taking the first step in the opener, the Blue Jays look to even their home record after 48 contests on Tuesday when they continue their four-game set versus the Oakland Athletics.
PITCHING MATCHUP: Athletics RH Sonny Gray (6-4, 3.66 ERA) vs. Blue Jays RH Cesar Valdez (0-0, 6.05)
Gray has won three straight starts and improved to 4-1 with a 1.62 ERA and 0.72 WHIP in his last five after another dominating performance on Wednesday. The 27-year-old allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings in a 7-2 victory over Tampa Bay, with six strikeouts in that contest raising his total to 27 in his last 33 1/3 innings. While Gray has struggled against Donaldson and Bautista, he has flustered Justin Smoak (1-for-17, eight strikeouts) and Kendrys Morales (2-for-15).
Valdez is slated to make his first start for Toronto after Aaron Sanchez found himself back on the disabled list for the fourth time this season. The 32-year-old Dominican has made four appearances with the Blue Jays since being acquired from Oakland, although he allowed one run on four hits in 1 2/3 innings of Friday's 13-3 loss at Cleveland. The performance came two days after he worked four innings of scoreless relief following a recall from Triple-A Buffalo.
Athletics are 9-3 in their last 12 games vs. a right-handed starter. Athletics are 4-1 in Grays last 5 starts. Blue Jays are 1-7 in their last 8 after allowing 2 runs or less in their previous game. Road team is 5-1 in Timmons' last 6 games behind home plate.
I'm taking the Pirates in this match-up against the Giants. Taillon is 6-3 this year with a 3.08 ERA. Also, he is 3-1 with a 2.31 ERA while pitching on the road. Bumgarner is 0-2 with a 5.11 ERA while pitching at home. The Pirates are 4-1 in their last 5 games on the road with Taillon on the mound. The Giants are 1-4 in their last 5 games at home.
The Milwaukee Brewers (53-48 Overall, 25-24 Away) take on the Washington Nationals (59-38 Overall, 26-19 Home) in game one of three.
Milwaukee is 3-7 since the start of the second half of the season. The Brewers are clinging to a half game lead over the suddenly hot Cubs for the NL Central lead.
With the pressure mounting on the Brewers shoulders, the club needs to find a way to weather the storm and get some wins.
Milwaukee sends Zach Davies (11-4, 4.76 ERA) out for his start in rotation. Davies has been the most consistent pitcher on the Brewers staff. He has yet to face the Nationals this season.
In three July starts, Davies is 3-0 with a 4.07 ERA. In those wins he has given up 12 runs on 17 hits.
Washington controls their own destiny. Currently sitting 12.5 games above Atlanta for the NL East division lead.
Edwin Jackson (1-0, 2.57 ERA) win tonight against the Brewers. Jackson will be making his second start of the year, and has not faced the Brewers in any role this season.
Take the Nationals in W.Scott's Tuesday night free play.
Dave's Tuesday Free Play:
1* on St. Louis Cardinals -122
The Key: The St. Louis Cardinals should be bigger money line favorites today against the Colorado Rockies. They have the clear advantage on the mound with Lance Lynn, who is 8-6 with a 3.30 ERA in 20 starts, and 4-3 with a 2.66 ERA in 8 home starts. Lynn has been untouchable of late at 2-0 with a 0.47 ERA in his last 3 starts, yielding just 1 earned run in 19 1/3 innings. And Lynn has been surprisingly effective against the Rockies at 2-2 with a 2.97 ERA in 6 lifetime starts against them, 4 of which have come at Coors Field. Jon Gray sports a 6.19 ERA in 7 starts this year and a 9.22 ERA in his last 3 starts. Gray was rocked in his only lifetime start against St. Louis, yielding 9 earned runs in 3 1/3 innings for a 24.32 ERA last season. The Rockies are 3-15 in Gray's last 18 starts with a total of 7 to 8.5. The Rockies are 1-11 in their last 12 road games vs. a right-handed starter. The Cardinals are 20-6 in their last 26 home meetings with Colorado. Take St. Louis.
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1* Free Play on Mariners -114
Free Play on Reds vs Yankees over 9 -107
1* Free Pick on Cardinals -123