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  1. #1 Wednesday: No large plays Yet 
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    Good day yesterday. Rays run in the 9th saved one play.

    Not too small:

    KC ML -108 F5 Two young pitchers, one becoming an ace(Keller), and one who is pretty raw and struggling(Giolotto).

    Tampa -over 2.5 F5 -120 David Hess is living on borrowed time. Has been hit harder than his stats seem to show. The Rays going with a reliever start, relievers all game, but their middle relief is iffy.

    Looked hard at taking the Twins, but looks like a rain-out.
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    Add small:

    Seattle +118 ML The Mariners finally see a pitcher they can hit. Off a 5 game losing streak, and Carrasco has been ugly this year. M's pitch Erik Swanson, who is likely to find a spot in their rotation.
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    Good luck today fred
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiderwebb1983 View Post
    Good luck today fred
    Thanks. Good luck on your picks too.

    Small, on the large side:

    Texas -1/2 F5 (+100) Matt Harvey has lost command like he did early part of last year. His stuff is fine, command not. Texas should get a consistent performance out of Lynn, and have started to hit in the past week. Their lineup may be underrated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by o fred View Post
    Good day yesterday. Rays run in the 9th saved one play.

    Not too small:

    KC ML -108 F5 Two young pitchers, one becoming an ace(Keller), and one who is pretty raw and struggling(Giolotto).

    Tampa -over 2.5 F5 -120 David Hess is living on borrowed time. Has been hit harder than his stats seem to show. The Rays going with a reliever start, relievers all game, but their middle relief is iffy.

    Looked hard at taking the Twins, but looks like a rain-out.
    Quick payoff on the Tampa play. Should have played more. The other was a push.
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