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Lyons makes spot start for Cards vs. Hendricks, Cubs
By Carrie Muskat / MLB.com | May 5, 2015

• Yadier Molina is expected back in the lineup for St. Louis on Tuesday after being given the day off in the series opener. Molina, who is 3-for-27 since missing two games with right knee soreness, was rested after catching every inning of three straight extra-inning games.
• Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday will enter Tuesday's game having reached base safely in all 24 games he's played this season. His on-base streak is currently the longest in the Majors.
• Cubs catcher Miguel Montero is riding a six-game hitting streak. Even though he'd rather play every day, he's benefited from the extra rest afforded him because the Cubs are carrying three catchers on the roster.


Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (05 May 2015 @ 23:43 GMT)


     
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We had a nice double up yesterday, which paid about 2/1, and lets do the same again today. Today's double is, Colorado Rockies to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants to beat the San Diego Padres

     
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Greinke wins 10th straight decision
By Ken Gurnick and Adam McCalvy / MLB.com

MILWAUKEE -- Zack Greinke remained undefeated since August and the Dodgers hit three home runs to power past the Brewers, 8-2, at Miller Park on Tuesday.
Justin Turner hit a go-ahead, three-run home run in the sixth inning and Jimmy Rollins and Adrian Gonzalez added two-run shots in the seventh to back Greinke, who hasn't lost a decision since these Brewers beat him last Aug. 9. He improved to 10-0 with a 1.99 ERA in 14 starts since that defeat by holding his former team to one unearned run on two hits over 7 2/3 innings.

     
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USA MLB
New York Mets - Baltimore Orioles
New York Mets win

USA MLB
Atlanta Braves - Philadelphia Phillies
Atlanta Braves win

USA MLB
Boston Red Sox - Tampa Bay Rays
Boston Red Sox win

USA MLB
San Francisco Giants - San Diego Padres
San Francisco Giants win

     
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Baltimore Orioles @ NY Mets

NYM are 14-3 in their last 17 home games.
NYM are 45-20 in their last 65 games as a favorite.
Mets are pretty strong at home ground this season.

my bet: New York Mets to win

     
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Harper hits three homers, one a 445-foot blast
Youngest player since 1969 to accomplish feat
By Bill Ladson / MLB.com | @washingnats

WASHINGTON -- Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper had quite a game on Wednesday. He had his first three-homer game as the Nationals edged the Marlins, 7-5.
At 22 years, 202 days, Harper is the youngest player to hit three home runs in a game since Joe Lahoud (22 yrs, 53 days) on June 11, 1969. It was Harper's sixth multi-homer game of his career.

Players to hit four home runs in one game:
Josh Hamilton, Rangers, 5/8/2012
Carlos Delgado, Blue Jays, 9/25/2003
Shawn Green, Dodgers, 5/23/2002
Mike Cameron, Mariners, 5/2/2002
Mark Whiten, Cardinals, 9/7/1993
Bob Horner, Braves, 7/6/1986
Mike Schmidt, Phillies, 4/17/1976
Willie Mays, Giants, 4/30/1961
Rocky Colavito, Indians, 6/10/1959
Joe Adcock, Milwaukee Braves, 7/31/1954
Gil Hodges, Brooklyn Dodgers, 8/31/1950
Pat Seerey, White Sox, 7/18/1948
Chuck Klein, Phillies, 7/10/1936
Lou Gehrig, Yankees, 6/3/1932
Ed Delahanty, Phillies, 7/13/1896
Bobby Lowe, Boston Beaneaters, 5/30/1894

Source: www.mlb.com

     
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No luck with our double yesterday, both teams were well beaten, and i will try and do better today. Today's double is, New York Yankees to beat the Baltimore Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates to beat the Cincinatti Reds

     
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USA MLB
LAA Angels - Houston Astros
LAA Angels win

USA MLB
Tampa Bay Rays - Texas Rangers
Texas Rangers win

USA MLB
San Francisco Giants - Miami Marlins
Miami Marlins win

USA MLB
Pittsburgh Pirates - Cincinnati Reds
Cincinnati Reds win

     
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MLB

Texas Rangers @ Tampa Bay Rays

TEX are 3-8 in their last 11 Thu. games.

TB are 6-2 in their last 8 games as a favorite.

TEX are 2-6 in the last 8 meetings.

my bet: Tampa Bay to win

     
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A-Rod passes Mays with 661st career homer
Yankees slugger receives curtain call after moving into 4th on all-time list
By Bryan Hoch / MLB.com | @BryanHoch

NEW YORK -- One big swing had altered the record books on Thursday, as Alex Rodriguez pushed ahead of Willie Mays on baseball's all-time home run list, and now the slugger found himself bounding up the dugout steps for what he recently thought would be an even more improbable achievement: a Yankee Stadium curtain call.
Rodriguez connected for the 661st home run of his career, a third-inning solo blast to center field off the Orioles' Chris Tillman in a 4-3 Yankees victory. Rodriguez pumped his fist as he rounded first base and was warmly received in the dugout by his teammates, as well as by the cheering crowd of 39,816.

Source: www.mlb.com

     
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We had a nice double up yesterday, which paid about 9/4, and lets do the same again today. Today's double is, Washington Nationals to beat the Atlanta Braves and Detroit Tigers to beat the Kansas City Royals

     
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USA MLB
LAA Angels - Houston Astros
LAA Angels win

USA MLB
Milwaukee Brewers - Chicago Cubs
Milwaukee Brewers win

USA MLB
San Francisco Giants - Miami Marlins
San Francisco Giants win

USA MLB
Seattle Mariners - Oakland Athletics
Seattle Mariners win

     
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Houston Astros @ Los Angeles Angles

HOU are 10-1 in their last 11 road games.
HOU are 16-5 in their last 21 overall.
LAA are 1-7 in Weavers last 8 starts.
LAA are 1-7 in Weavers last 8 starts on grass.

my bet: Houston Astros to win

     
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2-year-old's recovery, 1st pitch 'incredible'
Jameson Axford suffered snake bite during Spring Training
By Owen Perkins / Special to MLB.com

DENVER -- It was like Opening Day all over again -- only better -- for Rockies closer John Axford on Friday.
When the Rockies started their season in Chicago, his mind was with his 2-year-old son, Jameson, who was struggling to recover from two rattlesnake bites on his foot suffered during Spring Training in Arizona. Doctors called it the worst bite they'd seen, and Jameson has been fighting to heal ever since, dealing with an array of medical procedures to recover damaged tissue, muscle and skin. . .

     
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We had another double up yesterday, which paid about 6/4, and lets keep the winning run going today. Today's double is, New York Yankees to beat Baltimore Orioles and Toronto Blue Jays to beat Boston Red Sox

     
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USA MLB Tampa Bay Rays - Texas Rangers
Tampa Bay Rays win

USA MLB
Cleveland Indians - Minnesota Twins
Cleveland Indians win

USA MLB
Detroit Tigers - Kansas City Royals
Detroit Tigers win

USA MLB
Washington Nationals - Atlanta Braves
Washington Nationals win

     
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Harper does it again: Walk-off sinks Braves
By Bill Ladson and Ben Raby / MLB.com | @washingnats

WASHINGTON -- The Nationals saw a five-run lead evaporate in the late innings, but they managed to win Saturday's game, 8-6, in the bottom of ninth inning on a two-run home run by Bryce Harper.
With a runner on first and Atlanta right-hander Cody Martin on the mound, Harper swung at a 1-0 pitch and hit the ball over the right-center-field wall to end the game. Harper now has six home runs in his last three games.

     
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No luck with our double yesterday, one team won and the other got beaten narrowly. Today's double is, New York Yankees to beat the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays to beat the Texas Rangers, the double pays about 2/1

     
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USA MLB
Chicago White Sox - Cincinnati Reds
Chicago White Sox win

USA MLB
Milwaukee Brewers - Chicago Cubs
Milwaukee Brewers win

USA MLB
Seattle Mariners - Oakland Athletics
Seattle Mariners win

USA MLB
San Francisco Giants - Miami Marlins
San Francisco Giants win

     
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Pirates turn MLB's first 4-5-4 triple play
By Tom Singer / MLB.com | @Tom_Singer

PITTSBURGH -- The Pirates celebrated Mother's Day one day early with the mother of all pitchers' best friends -- the triple play -- but this time it was a historic one, the first 4-5-4 triple play ever seen in the Major Leagues.
With Cardinals on second and third and none out in the second inning of Saturday's 7-5 win at PNC Park, Pirates second baseman Neil Walker caught Yadier Molina's rising liner within feet of the second-base bag, left vacant by baserunner Jason Heyward.

     
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