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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 27, 2019
Cubs vs. Astros
Total
8 -115
  at  5DIMES
in 4h

Scott "The Bulldog" Rickenbach MLB Rotation #923 Monday Free Pick OVER the total in Houston Astros vs Chicago Cubs @ 2:20 ET - Both of these teams are quality ball clubs with strong lineups and yet both are off frustrating losses yesterday. The Cubs managed just 2 runs in their defeat yesterday while the Astros only scored 1 run in their loss yesterday. That sets this one up well for a bounce back from both lineups and yet we've got a very low total to work with because of the pitching match-up. Keep in mind the Cubs bullpen continues to struggle too and both Chicago's Cole Hamels and Houston's Gerrit Cole have given up a lot of hits in their last two starts. The Cubs Hamels has allowed 16 hits in the 9 innings spanning his last two starts. The Astros Cole has allowed 13 hits in the 10 innings spanning his last two starts. Cole has great numbers at home this season but keep in mind he just allowed 6 earned runs in 5 innings in his most recent start (against the White Sox) and that was right here at Minute Maid Park. The over is 4-1 in Cole's home starts this season. The over is also 4-1 in Hamels' road starts this season. The Cubs enter this game having gone over the total in 5 straight games and 7 of their last 8. I expect more of the same on Monday. Free Pick OVER the total in Houston

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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 26, 2019
Padres vs Blue Jays
Padres
-104 at pinnacle
Lost
$104.0
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NOTE: Pitching change expected with Robbie Erlin now likely to go for the Padres instead of Chris Paddack. I still like San Diego in this match-up for a Top Play. This will likely turn this one into a "bullpen game" for San Diego and, as noted below, San Diego has the bullpen edge as well as the hitting edge in this match-up and I look for the hotter team to prevail here as Marcus Stroman's tough month of May resumes! ORIGINAL ANALYSIS: Earliest Cash - Rickenbach Rotation #975 Sunday 10* Top Play San Diego Padres Money Line (-) @ Toronto Blue Jays @ 1:05 ET - The Padres are the hotter team overall, have been the hotter team at the plate, have the hotter starting pitcher, and the better bullpen. That said, I won't hesitate to lay the manageable price here on the road and elevate this one to my highest rating. San Diego is in the -125 money line range here and that is a bargain considering the Padres slugging percentage of .515 over the past 7 days lays shame to the Blue Jays paltry .190 batting average over the same time span. The fact is that San Diego is hot and Toronto is not and it certainly goes beyond the hitters as well. The Padres are starting rookie phenom Chris Paddack and he has been a model of consistency so far this season. His Padres are 14-10 away from home this season and the Blue Jays are now 9-18 at home on the season and yet there is automatically home shading in in this money line because that is simply how baseball is priced. In other words, if this game was at San Diego the Padres would likely be at least a -175 favorite and yet they are in the -125 range even though they have been better on the road than at home and despite the fact that the Blue Jays have been worse at home than on the road! That is the ultimate definition of value and Paddack has a 1.93 ERA through his first nine starts with San Diego and that is the lowest ERA ever in Padres history for a starting pitcher through his first 9 starts! Marcus Stroman gets the call for the Blue Jays and though he deserves better than his 2-6 record, the fact is that he has struggled badly in the month of May. He was pitching much better earlier this season but has a 4.78 ERA this month which could easily be worse as Stroman has been knocked around at a .315 clip by opposing hitters! The Padres have won 5 straight and Toronto has lost 4 straight and all signs point to those trends continuing here. 10* SAN DIEGO

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 26, 2019
#Padres vs #Blue Jays
#Padres
-125 at BMaker
P
Play Type: Top Premium

NOTE: Pitching change expected with Robbie Erlin now likely to go for the Padres instead of Chris Paddack. I still like San Diego in this match-up for a Top Play. This will likely turn this one into a "bullpen game" for San Diego and, as noted below, San Diego has the bullpen edge as well as the hitting edge in this match-up and I look for the hotter team to prevail here as Marcus Stroman's tough month of May resumes! ORIGINAL ANALYSIS: Earliest Cash - Rickenbach Rotation #975 Sunday 10* Top Play San Diego Padres Money Line (-) @ Toronto Blue Jays @ 1:05 ET - The Padres are the hotter team overall, have been the hotter team at the plate, have the hotter starting pitcher, and the better bullpen. That said, I won't hesitate to lay the manageable price here on the road and elevate this one to my highest rating. San Diego is in the -125 money line range here and that is a bargain considering the Padres slugging percentage of .515 over the past 7 days lays shame to the Blue Jays paltry .190 batting average over the same time span. The fact is that San Diego is hot and Toronto is not and it certainly goes beyond the hitters as well. The Padres are starting rookie phenom Chris Paddack and he has been a model of consistency so far this season. His Padres are 14-10 away from home this season and the Blue Jays are now 9-18 at home on the season and yet there is automatically home shading in in this money line because that is simply how baseball is priced. In other words, if this game was at San Diego the Padres would likely be at least a -175 favorite and yet they are in the -125 range even though they have been better on the road than at home and despite the fact that the Blue Jays have been worse at home than on the road! That is the ultimate definition of value and Paddack has a 1.93 ERA through his first nine starts with San Diego and that is the lowest ERA ever in Padres history for a starting pitcher through his first 9 starts! Marcus Stroman gets the call for the Blue Jays and though he deserves better than his 2-6 record, the fact is that he has struggled badly in the month of May. He was pitching much better earlier this season but has a 4.78 ERA this month which could easily be worse as Stroman has been knocked around at a .315 clip by opposing hitters! The Padres have won 5 straight and Toronto has lost 4 straight and all signs point to those trends continuing here. 10* SAN DIEGO

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 26, 2019
Orioles vs Rockies
OVER 11½ -120 Won
$100
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Total of the Week - Rickenbach MLB Rotation #979 Sunday 10* Top Play OVER the total in Colorado Rockies vs Baltimore Orioles @ 3:10 ET - The Rockies are starting German Marquez here and, like most Colorado pitchers, he is much better on the road than we he is at home. In his starts at Coors Field, Marquez got hit at .284 clip last season while compiling a 4.74 ERA. This season the numbers are even uglier as the Rockies right-hander has been hit at a .339 clip and compiled a 5.34 ERA in his starts at Coors Field. The over is a perfect 6-0 in the Orioles last 6 games and they have scored an average of 6 runs per game during this stretch. The over is 5-1 in the Rockies last 6 games and they have scored an average of 6.5 runs per game during this stretch. Coming off a 9-6 loss yesterday, look for the Colorado sticks to jump all over David Hess. The Baltimore right-hander leads the majors in home runs allowed and now makes his first ever start at Coors Field. This is not a good scenario for Hess! This is particularly true on a warm afternoon in Denver with low humidity as the ball is likely to be jumping off the bats. Hess is 1-6 with a 6.75 ERA this season and he has allowed 17 homers in 10 games (9 starts). Last year Hess went 1-7 with a 5.20 ERA on the road. Hess had a 6.06 ERA pre-all star break last year and is struggling even more in the first half of this season. A trip to Coors Field certainly is unlikely to result in improvement for him. Last but certainly not least, the Orioles bullpen ranks as the worst in the American League. The Rockies bullpen, as you would expect, struggles more at home where they have an ugly 5.47 ERA on the season. In other words, runs early often and throughout this matinee affair at Coors Field. 10* OVER the total in Colorado

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 26, 2019
Phillies vs Brewers
UNDER 9 -109 Lost
$109.0
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Total Dominator - Rickenbach MLB Rotation #956 Sunday 8* UNDER the total in Milwaukee Brewers vs Philadelphia Phillies @ 2:10 ET - This one has the makings of a pitchers duel. The Phillies Zach Eflin has allowed 1 earned run or less in 4 of his last 5 starts. The Brewers Brandon Woodruff has allowed a total of just 5 earned runs in his last 5 starts and that has spanned 30 innings of work! This included shutting Philadelphia for 6 innings of shutout work at Citizens Bank Park earlier this month. As for Eflin, the only tough start he has had in his last 5 outings did come against Milwaukee but he pitched better than 4 earned runs in 5 innings would lead you to believe. He struck out 7 in 5 innings and will be on top of his game for the rematch. Keep in mind, the Brewers have been held to 4 runs or less in 5 of their last 6 games. In fact, in those 5 games Milwaukee has averaged only 2.4 runs per game. Look for this battle to result in the 5th under in the Brewers last 7 games. The Phillies bullpen ranks among the best in the majors on the season and I don't expect the Brewers bullpen to be needed much in this one with the way Woodruff has been pitching recently. Pitchers duel at Miller Park. 8* UNDER the total in Milwaukee

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