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1* Free MLB Pick on Oakland A's +102
The A's are hot right now. Oakland has really dominated New York in each of the first two games of the series and are 15-6 in their last 21 thanks to a 6-1 mark over their last 7. A's aren't exactly racking up a ton of hits, but they have scored 6 or more in 5 of their last 7, including 6 a piece in each game against the Yankees.
I like them to stay hot at the plate here against NY's Masahiro Tanaka. Tanaka is one of those guys with ridiculous home/away splits. Hes' 7-2 with a 3.26 ERA in 14 home starts, yet is a mere 2-4 with a 6.48 ERA in 11 road starts. He's also been much worse in night games compared to day games. He has a 5.86 ERA in 13 night starts and a 3.20 ERA in 12 day starts. Needless to say this is the spot to fade Tanaka.
A's are a rock-solid 11-2 in their last 13 during Game 3 of a series. They have also won 21 of 28 at home against a right-handed starter and 35-16 at the Coliseum overall. Take Oakland!
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Play - NY Yankees w/Tanaka (Game 965).
Edges - Yankees: Tanaka 11-1 last twelve overall starts … Athletics: Roark 5.30 ERA with 1.65 WHIP last seven overall starts … We recommend a 1* play on the Yankees. Thank you and good luck as always.
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Saturday CFB Free play. My selection is on Miami plus the points over Florida at 7 pm et on Saturday.
I simply feel that it's way too early in the season for the Gators to be laying this many points against a capable, highly-motivated opponent in the Hurricanes, on a neutral field in Orlando no less.
Yes, the Hurricanes have a redshirt freshman starting at quarterback in Jarren Williams but he won the job at camp and I'm confident he can do a good job of taking care of the football and moving the chains for Miami on Saturday night. The Gators defense should be among the best in the nation this season, but the Hurricanes know that, and I'm confident they'll come up with a gameplan that won't have Williams being thrown to the wolves to to speak.
Keep in mind, Miami returns plenty of talent from a defense that was elite a year ago. Even if the Canes offense can be marginally better this season they'll have an excellent shot at improving on their 2018 campaign. Were it not for the wheels coming off late in the season we might be dealing with a lot more hype around this Miami squad.
I'm not sure there's as much separating these two in-state rivals as the pointspread would seem to indicate. I'll grab all the points I can get with the Hurricanes in the 2019 opener and count on a tightly-contested affair. Take Miami (8*).
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My free play is on the Oak A's 9:37 ET. The Oakland A's took three of four from AL West rival Houston this past weekend and with last night's 6-4 win over the Yankees, have clinched their second straight series win over a division leader on their current nine-game homestand. Khris Davis, Marcus Semien and Stephen Piscotty all homered in Wednesday's 6-4 victory, Oakland's SEVENTH in its last nine games. The 73-53 A's (.579) are in a virtual tie with the 74-54 Rays (.578) for the AL's second wild card and sit just a half-game back of the Indians for the top wild card berth. The Yankees have now lost three straight for the first time since July 25-27 at Boston and while they still own a 'healthy' NINE-game lead over Tampa Bay in the AL East, the 83-45 Yanks have fallen behind the 84-44 LA Dodgers for MLB's best record. The A's go for a sweep Thursday night, as New York's Masahiro Tanaka (9-6, 4.56 ERA) squares off against Oakland's Tanner Roark (7-8, 4.01 ERA). Tanaka's won his last two starts, allowing just two ERs over 14.1 innings in wins at Toronto and home against Cleveland. He has made five career starts versus Oakland, going 3-2 with a 2.53 ERA. Roark has pitched well for Oakland in his three starts since being acquired from Cincinnati, allowing two ERs or less in each one while going 1-1 (team is 2-1) with a 2.53 ERA. Roark made his lone career start against the Yankees back on June 12, 2018, when he permitted three runs over six innings in a loss at New York while with Washington. The AL East-leading Yankees take the field tonight having lost 20 of their last 27 games in Oakland and Tanaka can hardly be trusted on the road. Yes, he beat Toronto 1-0 on Aug 11 with eight scoreless innings, but in his previous four road starts he had allowed 27 ERs over just 15.2 innings (that's a 15.51 ERA, giving him a 6.48 road ERA in 11 starts in 2019). A's get the home sweep. Good luck...Larry