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*EARLY* POWER-SMASH ~ 3-0 SWEEP Friday! *INSANE* 99-52-3 MLB Run!

Power Sports heads into the weekend off three straight winning days & a 3-0 Friday SWEEP! Last night's card was obviously impressive, but look for him to TOP IT on Saturday. It all starts w/ an *EARLY* BLOWOUT where Power's side is primed to ~SMASH~ its overmatched opponent!

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3-0 Friday SWEEP! Power Sports' MLB continues to be OUT OF THIS WORLD as last night he "broke out the broom" w/ Minnesota, Pittsburgh & Philly! He's on an *INSANE* 99-52-3 Run, including 73-39-3 L115!

Remember, last year saw Power finish an AMAZING 99 GAMES OVER .500 in MLB! He really hasn't stopped winning since & is now +$47,611 since Thanksgiving

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3-0 Friday SWEEP! Power Sports' MLB continues to be OUT OF THIS WORLD as last night he "broke out the broom" w/ Minnesota, Pittsburgh & Philly! He's on an *INSANE* 99-52-3 Run, including 73-39-3 L115!

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Power Sports isn't kidding when he says there is SIGNIFICANT money to be made "North of the Border." Last season, he cashed in at 80% (12-3-1) in CFL and he won the 2017 season opener (Saskatchewan) as well!

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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 23, 2017
Phillies vs Diamondbacks
Phillies
+1½ -110 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Run Line Philadelphia (9:40 ET): Please note that this is a run line play only where I am taking the Phillies +1.5. Here we go again. The Phils treated me to win yday, beating St. Louis 5-1. That happened to be just their second win in the last 15 games overall and they do (still) own the worst record in all of baseball. But, recently at least, they've been a lot more competitive than their record indicates. Before finally breaking through yday afternoon, they'd lost three straight extra inning games. Six of their last nine losses have come by the dreaded one-run margin. That doesn't even include a misleading 7-1 loss Tuesday (in 11 innings). So I feel comfortable here in saying that they'll do no worse than a one-run loss tonight.

Arizona has to feeling pretty good about itself right now. They return home after taking two of three from Colorado, scoring 26 runs the last two days. Overall, they've now won 9 of 10 and 12 of the last 14. Their current record (46-27) is the best in franchise history at this juncture of the season. They've won 11 of 12 here at Chase Field where they are 26-9 for the year, averaging 6.5 runs per game. However, coming off the strong showing in Colorado and a strong road trip overall, I feel they're ripe to be upset here. Starter Pat Corbin is arguably the weak link in the rotation as his ERA is 5.31 and his WHIP is 1.56. With matchups against Robbie Ray and Zack Greinke the next two days, this is - on paper - Philly's most "winnable" game of the series. 

The reason this line came out so late is that there's been a pitching change for the Phillies. Rookie Mark Leiter, Jr will be making his first big league start in tonight's series opener. He's worked out of the bullpen previously for the Phils and made three starts at Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Starting pitching has not been the issue for the Phillies this year as the rotation has delivered five consecutive quality starts. If the offense were able to get going - and against Corbin, I believe they will - they'll compete here and have a chance at pulling the big upset. 8* Run Line Philadelphia (+1.5)

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 23, 2017
Pirates vs Cardinals
Pirates
+107 at 5Dimes
Won
$107
Play Type: Top Premium

10* Pittsburgh (8:15 ET): The Cardinals are finally back home, but that alone is unlikely to change what ills them. Take away games played against Philadelphia (worst team in baseball) and the Redbirds are a lousy 3-12 overall (5-1 vs. Philly). Furthermore, they lost to the Phillies yday afternoon by a score of 5-1. Now back in April, they did sweep the division rival Pirates, with all three games decided by the same 2-1 score. But that puts the revenge angle in play for this weekend's series and the Bucs come to town with that still on their minds. While it was only a four-game split w/ first place Milwaukee to start the week (on the road), the Pirates outscored the Brew Crew considerably in that series and one of the two losses (Weds) was by one run.

A significant edge for Pittsburgh in this game is getting to face Adam Wainwright. A Cy Young contender several seasons ago, Wainwright has fallen on "hard times" here in 2017. Of late, he has been nothing short of spectacularly awful w/ a 17.41 ERA and 2.515 WHIP his L3 starts. Those numbers are hard to put up, but twice during that stretch he's allowed nine runs while failing to make it out of the fourth inning. Last time out, he lasted only 1 2/3 innings and allowed three home runs (at Baltimore). I played against him there and will do so again tonight. His career ERA vs. Pittsburgh is only 4.33. He did not face them in the series back in April. While supporters may wish to point to a 2.88 ERA at home this year, his WHIP is 1.426, indicating he's been fortunate not to have allowed more runs. 

The Bucs counter w/ Jameson Taillon, who is obviously one of the great stories here in 2017. This will be his third start since returning from treatment for testicular cancer. Obviously, he'd like to resemble the pitcher we saw in his first start back (five shutout innings vs. Colorado) as opposed to the one we saw the last time out (allowed four runs to the Cubs). Though he was in the rotation for all of April, like Wainwright, he missed the earlier series between these two teams. He's faced St. Louis only one time, last year, and fared well by giving up only two runs in 5 IP. These two clubs are rated fairly evenly in my book and even w/ the homefield advantage this weekend, I'm not certainly the slumping Cardinals do all that well. Look for the Bucs to avenge that prior sweep here. 10* Pittsburgh

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jun 23, 2017
Twins vs Indians
Twins
+1½ -120 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Run Line Minnesota (7:10 ET): Please note that this is a run line play only where I'm backing the Twins +1.5. Last week at this time, I wrote that it was "about time" for Cleveland to assert itself in the AL Central. The consensus top team in the division had gotten off to a pretty mediocre start to 2017 and as a result, trailed the surprising Twins for first place. But after a four-game sweep in Minnesota, the Tribe comes into this weekend w/ a 2.5-game edge in the standings. One thing that these two division foes have in common is that they each have played much better on the road than at home. In fact, both have sub-.500 home records. The revenge angle is obviously in play here and certainly the Twins are eager to reverse a 2-8 record vs. the Indians this season. I say they'll do no worse than a one-run loss tonight. 

Minnesota had to sit out a record-setting five-hour rain delay yday and all they got for their trouble was a 9-0 loss to the White Sox. But note they did take the first two games of that particular series, which was at home. While they've now lost 25 times this season at Target Field, they've tasted defeat only NINE times on the road! Only Houston can claim a better win percentage on the road throughout baseball. Clearly, the delay had an effect on them, starter Nik Turley in particular, last night as they allowed seven runs in the first three innings. With a taxed bullpen, the pressure is on tonight's starter Adaleberto Mejia, who is 0-3 his L3 starts. But outside of one poor showing at home vs. Seattle, Mejia has been fine this year. Last weekend, he allowed just two runs (both coming on solo HR's) to Cleveland in 4 2/3 IP. 

Despite having just 3-6 team start record overall, Mejia's numbers are remarkably similar to those of Indians' starter Trevor Bauer, who has managed a 7-7 TSR. The respective ERA's are virtually identical while Bauer only has a small edge in WHIP. Something to note here is that last night marked the 1st time all season that Minnesota was shut out. They average a healthy 4.8 rpg on the road. This will be their fourth time facing Bauer already this year and they've lost each of the first three matchups. However, that's odd considering Bauer was just 1-5 in 11 career starts against them coming into the year. His ERA remains 4.84 all-time against them. As alluded to above, Cleveland has a losing record here at Progressive Field (15-17) including a 2-6 mark as in the -175 to -250 range on the money line. 8* Run Line Minnesota (+1.5)

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