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Cleveland (-130) at TEXAS

By Dwayne Connors, Featured Handicapper

Came up short with my 1000 Unit release on Houston +110 last night at Cincinnati.

Need to connect to night, and my best bet happens to be this total.

500 Unit

Winner # 11 of 14, & 3rd straight

A.L. Total of the Month

L.A. Angels-Toronto - Over/Under

MATCHES last Tuesday's 500 Unit Winner on the
Rangers-Red Sox Over in a 9-5 Final that you got for $7.77

MATCHES last Monday's 500 Unit Winner on the
Pirates-Braves Over in a 13-7 Final that you also got for $7.77

Today's best bet on the baseball board is this total on the Angels-Blue Jays contest.

Let's bag this sucker and get back on track.

Cleveland and Texas entered Monday's action playing some winning baseball, and it was Texas that continued with that winning baseball, taking the series opener by a 7-2 score.

That win puts the Rangers at 3-1 their last 4, and a rock-solid 25-12 when playing in Arlington this season. The loss by the Indians snapped a 3 game winning streak, and was just their fourth in their last dozen played.

I like the Tribe tonight to even things in this 4 game set behind the youngster Zach Plesac who will bounce-back from his worst start in his young major league career. Plesac was touched up for 4 runs in his 5-plus innings of work in a loss to Cincinnati his last time out. That after allowing just 4 total runs in his 19-plus previous frames of work.

Adrian Sampson will oppose Plesac, and he ran into some trouble his last time out too, as he had a 5-start winning streak halted by the Boston Red Sox - 6 runs on 7 hits, with 4 of the hits being home runs - as Sampson escaped with the no-decision. Sampson has done quality work at Globe Life Park where he is 4-1 with a 2.70 ERA, but with Hunter Pence now sidelined in a lineup that also has Joey Gallo and Nomar Mazara also ailing, you wonder how much longer the Rangers can continue at this winning clip they have been on?

Even with the loss last night, Cleveland is still 10-4 over the last 14 series meetings against Texas.

Going to look for the Indians to level this 4 game set with the win here on Tuesday night.


Boston at MINNESOTA (+110)

By Jack Brayman, Featured Handicapper

Posted by 3 p.m. eastern on weekdays; 10 a.m. eastern on weekends.

Time to raise the bar with tonight's First Half National League Game of the Year.

My $10 bettors have won $24,262 the past 449 days, after going 2-for-3 with a winning 200 Dimer on Thursday and then splitting a pair of 100 Dimers the next two nights. Sure, the Los Angeles Dodgers let us down the last two nights, but there were merely 40 Dime bank builders.

I'm still ahead of the game, and tonight I put you in control of this week's bankroll, as we open the betting week with another 100 Dimer.

The Milwaukee Brewers went into San Diego last night and were shut out by the Padres, thanks to a brilliant performance by Joey Lucchesi. Tonight the Brew Crew look to rattle young Logan Allen, while the Padres hope to find the offense they had in Denver over the weekend.

I love this game!!!


$10 bettors have made $24,262 the last 449 Days
- including $8,525 the past 93 days -

100 DIME
Winner # 25 of 41


Brewers - Padres

100 Dime Winner # 50 of 85 Overall

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Out of pure general principle, I'm taking the Minnesota Twins over the Boston Red Sox, and I won't bother listing pitchers.

The Red Sox got a fine performance from Rick Porcello last night, and now the Twins will be out for revenge. I don't care that David Price is going for the Crimson Hose, it doesn't matter to me. I also don't care about Minnesota's Michael Pineda.

What matters to me is how well Jose Berrios pitched for the Twins last night, only to have his team fail to win because their vaunted offense that leads the majors with a .273 batting average couldn't come through.

Tonight, it will, at Target Field, where the Twins are 23-12.

And we're going to see guys like Jorge Polanco, Eddie Rosario and Nelson Cruz come to life at the plate tonight, leading the charge in the second game of this three-game set.

Polanco leads the club with a batting average of .332, Rosario leads the Twins with 19 home runs and has 52 RBIs and Cruz is hitting .351 (13-for-37) with two doubles, five home runs and 11 RBIs over his last 10 games.

Take the Twins, as they bring the bats tonight.

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