Killin’ the Odds & the Regular Season
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In the “Today’s Games” section, you will see my picks to win for the day. I will post either the “Money Line” or the “Run Line”. The money line is always a “straight up” bet which means your team will never need to win or lose by a specific amount of runs. The money line odds represent what amount has to be wagered or what can be won. For example, if there is a minus sign (-) next to an amount, you have to wager that amount to win 100. If there is a plus sign (+) next to an amount, you will receive that amount for every 100 wagered. When you see a “Run Line”, that means a spread is involved. In Baseball, the spread is always 1.5 runs but you can find alternate run lines on some websites. When I post a run line of -1.5, that means our team must win by two runs. When you see a run line of +1.5, that means our team can lose by one run and still win the wager. Listen to our show from April 5th,
2011 for more explanation and tips.
Today’s Games (5/18/11)
Tampa Bay Rays (-105) @ Toronto Blue Jays (-105) My Pick: Rays Money Line
The Rays are the best road team in the game with a 13-5 record. Jeremy Hellickson takes the mound for the Rays who has been on fire as of late and the Jays are only 14-16 versus right-handed starters.
Results from 5/13/11
St. Louis Cardinals (+103): Loss -100
ERR the Reds tied it up in the bottom of the 9th then took it in extras.
Philadelphia Phillies (-104): WIN +96
Daily Total: -4
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