During Baseball season, The Winning Side rarely releases three or more plays but days like Sunday are the exception. We’ve liked what we’ve seen from new Boston Red Sox pitcher, Nathan Eovaldi, this season with Tampa Bay. We figured he’d have a fantastic start for Boston despite his poor historical performances against the current Twins’ players. Rarely do pitchers, with quality stuff, under-perform when the lights are brightest debuting with their new squads. Eovaldi didn’t disappoint on our release of the Red Sox, -1.5 +145, as he pitched seven shutout innings and Boston beat the visiting Twins, 3-0.
Our second release of the day was a super dud as Sean Newcomb made us look like amateurs, as well as the Los Angeles Dodgers’ hitters. We stupidly had our customers take the Dodgers moneyline, -125, and Newcomb spun 8 2/3 innings of no-hit baseball until Chris Taylor struck a single on a 2-2 count on Newcomb’s 134th pitch. It would have been the first Braves’ no-no in almost 25 years and who knows, it could be the closest the very talented Newcomb ever comes to Baseball lore. The Dodgers had been averaging six runs a game in their last seven and had beaten the Braves handily three straight times coming into Sunday. The Braves, however, didn’t want to hear any of that nonsense and disposed of the NL West leaders, 4-1.
With the way the Baseball season has been going, we really can’t be too shocked that a trend got flipped on its head. After all, the hottest team in baseball, the Oakland Athletics, just got swept in three games at Coors Field and only scored four runs in the process. Four runs at Coors Field, in three games, with the hottest offense in MLB?!? Most teams can acquire that in one inning in that park.vThis is on the heels of Oakland sweeping four games at Texas in which they scored 41 runs on the Rangers and those same Rangers subsequently just went in and swept the best team in baseball, the Houston Astros, in three games. In other words, Major League Baseball has been incredibly unpredictable lately and really all season. Not many teams seem to be separating from the pack as a lot of pretenders are still kind of hanging around. With the trading deadline on Wednesday, we expect to have a better grasp on the betting marketplace moving forward as teams begin to rise and others wave the white flags of capitulation.
Our final release of the day was an easy winner. We got a late info play from our Vegas team that said to pound the Mariners – Angels, Over 9 total (-105), about 15 minutes before game time and therefore we made it our TOP PLAY to customers. It was our first TOP PLAY in a few days. The Mariners proceeded to score seven runs in the top of the first inning. Though there was plenty of traffic the next few stanzas, our customers didn’t cash until the bottom of the 5th on a Justin Upton two-run jack to make the score 8-2, Seattle. The AL West’s second place team went on to win 8-5.
With the 2-1 record and the Red Sox being a positive juice play our customers started the week +1.2 units.
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