Killin’ the Odds & the Regular Season

Welcome back to Killin’ the Odds & the Regular Season! 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 (6/6/11)
Seattle Mariners (-104) @ Chicago White Sox (-106) My Pick: Seattle Mariners Money Line
Who would have thought the Mariners would be three games above .500 and 2.5 games out of first place in June? The Mariners have quietly been one of the hottest teams in the game while going 15-5 in their last 20. Michael Pineda has not given up more than four runs in any start this year. This does not bode well for the Chicago White Sox because they are still having trouble scoring runs and they have yet to face Pineda.

Results from 6/1/11

Milwaukee Brewers (-105): LOSS -100
The Reds scored 2 runs in the bottom of the 8th to secure this one. Thanks Kameron Loe!
San Francisco Giants (-113): WIN +88.50
This didn’t go the way I hoped but a win is a win!
Daily Total: -11.50
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