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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    And they do over turn the call. Nice
    Yessir!!! That was a HORRIBLE play by Vasquez! Benefits us....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    And the Phillies score right away.

    Right now I should just blindly play everything
    I did play that score in 1st...one plus about peanuts is it doesn’t hurt too bad to play -145 (even though it is all relative to your bankroll)
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    F5 innings is a push so far....
    Hopefully Red Sox bullpen comes in and blows chunks.
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    Bogaerts 1/3 one out for the win and he strikes out, no confidence Moreland can hit a lefty
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    and he strikes out.

    Very frustrating push
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    Boegarts could've got us that winner, man on 1st & 3rd and 1 out......but of course....he strikes out.

    I've never seen this in MLB in my many years i've been watching.

    Players cannot get the runner to score from 3rd, with 1 out or less. It baffles me!! It's all about the LONGGGG BALLLLLL these days! Nobody knows how to play small ball anymore. Kinda sad.

    Let's go PHILLIES!!! Make a comeback here....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    Bogaerts 1/3 one out for the win and he strikes out, no confidence Moreland can hit a lefty
    omg jinx...lol we said the same exact thing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by varkeyboy View Post
    Players cannot get the runner to score from 3rd, with 1 out or less. It baffles me!! It's all about the LONGGGG BALLLLLL these days! Nobody knows how to play small ball anymore. Kinda sad.
    I have said this for quite some time, everyone wants to jack a HR. It makes for extremely boring baseball.

    I grew up in the 70's and have watched baseball for 50 years. I loved a good 3-2 ballgame where every hit and run mattered. I loved watching the Whitey Herzog Cardinals/Royals with their aggressive style of baseball. Guys legging out triples on balls into the gap. I went to around 70 A's game per year and every playoff game in the 70's. I grew up watching great pithing, defense, fundamental, aggressive baseball.

    I am all for analytics, but there are still situations that call for old school baseball. Runner on 3rd less than 2 outs, with 2 strikes you have no business swinging out of your ass. No business trying to pull everything. Shorten up, make contact, get the runner home.

    For me, there is no excitement watching a guy trot around the bases or walking back to the dugout.

    Now get off my lawn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    I have said this for quite some time, everyone wants to jack a HR. It makes for extremely boring baseball.

    I grew up in the 70's and have watched baseball for 50 years. I loved a good 3-2 ballgame where every hit and run mattered. I loved watching the Whitey Herzog Cardinals/Royals with their aggressive style of baseball. Guys legging out triples on balls into the gap. I went to around 70 A's game per year and every playoff game in the 70's. I grew up watching great pithing, defense, fundamental, aggressive baseball.

    I am all for analytics, but there are still situations that call for old school baseball. Runner on 3rd less than 2 outs, with 2 strikes you have no business swinging out of your ass. No business trying to pull everything. Shorten up, make contact, get the runner home.

    For me, there is no excitement watching a guy trot around the bases or walking back to the dugout.

    Now get off my lawn.
    LOL you are damn right about everythign you said. I grew up in the 80's....so i feel where you are coming from.

    Rooting for your A's! Love that team. Maybe the A's & White Sox can meet this year in the pennant....that would be great!

    Now c'mon Phillies for the comeback!!!
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    Twins did a suicide squeeze on Monday, it was fun to see some small ball from them.
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    I can tell you one thing....

    Hunter Wendelstedt is a straight P.O.S.!!!! Dude has hair in his eyes.
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    Wednesday, August 19

    Philadelphia -153
    Philadelphia/Boston F5 OVER 6 (-118)
    Philadelphia/Boston OVER 11 (-111)
    Cleveland -182
    Washington/Atlanta F5 OVER 6 (-113)
    Washington/Atlanta OVER 10.5 (-115)
    Washington/Atlanta 1st Inning Score YES (-135)
    Milwaukee +144
    Milwaukee/Minnesota UNDER 9.5 (-112)
    Chicago White Sox -161
    Houston -136
    Arizona +139
    Los Angeles Angels -140


    MLB 2020 Reg Season: 163-95 (+62.32)
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    Quote Originally Posted by varkeyboy View Post
    I can tell you one thing....

    Hunter Wendelstedt is a straight P.O.S.!!!! Dude has hair in his eyes.
    He's not the best. Too many great scoring chances wasted today, 2/3 no outs and looks like Boston will get nothing.

    Pillar is just awful at the plate right now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    Wednesday, August 19

    Philadelphia -153
    Philadelphia/Boston F5 OVER 6 (-118)
    Philadelphia/Boston OVER 11 (-111)
    Cleveland -182
    Washington/Atlanta F5 OVER 6 (-113)
    Washington/Atlanta OVER 10.5 (-115)
    Washington/Atlanta 1st Inning Score YES (-135)
    Milwaukee +144
    Milwaukee/Minnesota UNDER 9.5 (-112)
    Chicago White Sox -161
    Houston -136
    Arizona +139
    Los Angeles Angels -140


    Good luck, Biz. Let's get it!
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    Looks like rain all day/night in ATL. This one prob gets PPD.
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    Wednesday, August 19

    Philadelphia -153
    Philadelphia/Boston F5 OVER 6 (-118)
    Philadelphia/Boston OVER 11 (-111)
    Cleveland -182
    Washington/Atlanta F5 OVER 6 (-113)
    Washington/Atlanta OVER 10.5 (-115)
    Washington/Atlanta 1st Inning Score YES (-135)
    Milwaukee +144
    Milwaukee/Minnesota UNDER 9.5 (-112)
    Chicago White Sox -161
    Houston -136
    Arizona +139
    Los Angeles Angels -140
    MLB 2020 Reg Season: 163-95 (+62.32)
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    Wednesday, August 19

    Philadelphia -153
    Philadelphia/Boston F5 OVER 6 (-118)
    Philadelphia/Boston OVER 11 (-111)
    Cleveland -182
    Milwaukee +144
    Milwaukee/Minnesota UNDER 9.5 (-112)
    Chicago White Sox -161
    Houston -136
    Arizona +139
    Los Angeles Angels -140

    What a shitty way to lose an Under, Twins use an infielder to pitch the 9th and he gives up a bomb. Looks like we'll need Arizona or LA Angels to have a winning day
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    It's all good bro. Brew gave up for more runs in Bot 9th. Great call on Brew ML. Love those juice winners.

    My White Sox are sizzling.....4 in a row.....and hitting bombs!!!
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    Wednesday, August 19

    Philadelphia -153
    Philadelphia/Boston F5 OVER 6 (-118)
    Philadelphia/Boston OVER 11 (-111)
    Cleveland -182
    Milwaukee +144
    Milwaukee/Minnesota UNDER 9.5 (-112)
    Chicago White Sox -161
    Houston -136
    Arizona +139
    Los Angeles Angels -140

    Season: 93-58 (+32.84)

    Last 11 Days: 58-20 (+42.01)
    MLB 2020 Reg Season: 163-95 (+62.32)
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    Thursday, August 20

    Cleveland (-1.5) -148
    Arizona/Oakland UNDER 9 (-117)

    Database hasn't updated yet, more plays later
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    GL today, Biz!

    Does your database take into account daily lineups (guys getting rest days)?

    Thanks and get it done today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varkeyboy View Post
    GL today, Biz!

    Does your database take into account daily lineups (guys getting rest days)?

    Thanks and get it done today.
    No. Those things are reflected in the line.
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    With you on the Cleveland RL ! Let's get it
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    NY Mets/Cleveland +121
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biz View Post
    No. Those things are reflected in the line.
    Gotcha!
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