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Baltimore - Detroit
1,60 ----2,10

Philadelphia - Atlanta
1,85 ----1,75

Toronto - Kansas City
1,60 ----2,05

Boston - Chicago WS
2,35 ----1,45

Cincinnati - Pittsburgh
2,10 ----1,55

St. Louis - Colorado
1,45 ----2,35

Texas - NY Yankees
2,10 ----1,60

Minnesota - Seattle
1,70 ----1,90

Milwaukee - Chicago Cubs
2,10 ----1,60

Houston - LA Angels
1,60 ----2,05

Oakland - Cleveland
2,05 ----1,60

gl!! Dollar Dollar


Seattle Mariners @ Minnesota Twins

SEA are 2-8 in their last 10 Thu. games.
SEA are 1-10 in Happs last 11 starts on grass.
MIN are 7-1 in Hughes' last 8 starts.

I go with the home team in this game.

my bet: Minnesota Twins to win

Pirates acquire Soria from Tigers
Bucs bolster bullpen with righty, who was also on Cardinals' wish-list

CINCINNATI -- The National League Central race still has 10 weeks to go. But the Pirates have already beaten out the Cardinals on one count: Joakim Soria.
Swinging their second deal of the day to solidify the bullpen, the Bucs on Thursday acquired the Tigers' closer -- who had been also on the wish-list of the Cardinals, looking to bolster their own bullpen even after last week's acquisition of Steve Cishek from the Marlins.

High drama: Flores' walk-off HR propels Mets
NEW YORK -- Two days after weeping on the field, thinking he had been traded, Wilmer Flores lifted the Mets to victory with a walk-off homer in a 2-1, 12-inning win over the Nationals.
Flores led off the 12th with a homer to left-center off Felipe Rivero.
The home run was Flores' fourth career walk-off RBI and first game-ending homer.

I would like to apologize for the mis-entry above. I will try to be more vigilant on my submissions.
Let me repost later today.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (01 August 2015 @ 10:55 GMT)

Kershaw's scoreless streak hits 37 innings
Dodgers ace allows two hits over eight frames in shutdown start vs. Angels

LOS ANGELES -- Scratched from starts Wednesday and Friday nights with a sore right hip, Clayton Kershaw finally took the mound Saturday and was his usual, dominating self. He allowed two hits in a 3-1 win over the Angels and added eight scoreless innings to a streak that is now 37 and counting.

Tensions flare as Jays win series with KC

TORONTO -- The first three games of a pivotal series between the Blue Jays and the American League-leading Royals had a playoff-like atmosphere. Sunday's finale, however, turned decidedly more intense.
Chin music was played, batters were hit and benches cleared in Toronto's 5-2 win at Rogers Centre that culminated with three ejections -- including Blue Jays manager John Gibbons -- and a heated exchange of words following the game

Beltre joins elite club with third cycle

ARLINGTON -- Third baseman Adrian Beltre had a perfectly plausible explanation as to why he was able to hit for the cycle for the third time in his career in the Rangers' 12-9 victory over the Astros on Monday night.
"When you're fast like me, it's not that difficult," Beltre said.
He was joking. Beltre, 36, used to be able to run pretty well, but that was a few years and a few leg injuries ago. He doesn't have the wheels he once had, but he was still able to make Major League history when he hit a home run off Mike Fiers in the fifth inning on Monday.

Nats fend off D-backs late to end slide

WASHINGTON -- The Nationals showed they are going give the Mets a battle in the National League East on Tuesday night. After blowing an early three-run lead, Washington fought back to defeat the D-backs, 5-4, thanks to an eighth-inning single by Wilson Ramos.
"We need to start winning games. We need to start playing ball the way we know how and I think we'll be all right," Werth said. "It's a matter of time. We are a great second-half team. Half of our team has been hurt all year. That's the reality of it. When we all got back, we were in first place. We are a game back now. Going forward, we get ... healthy, get rolling, it's our division to lose."

Mets survive 6-run Marlins 9th, win 6th straight

MIAMI -- For months, the Mets ranked among baseball's worst offensive teams in nearly every major statistical category -- runs scored, on-base percentage, slugging, you name it. Yet over the past two weeks, they've transformed into one of the best, putting distance between themselves and a noisy rival from Washington in the process.
The Mets' offensive renaissance dates back to July 25, when they scored 15 runs on the day that trade acquisitions Uribe and Kelly Johnson arrived. Since that night, they've averaged more than six runs per game, nearly doubling their 3.4-run average over their first 97 contests.

Wild life: Squirrel interrupts Royals-Tigers tilt

DETROIT -- A rally squirrel, it was not. Or was it?
Considering everything else that has come up, it was bound to be a question for Tigers manager Brad Ausmus after Thursday's 8-6 walk-off win over the Royals at Comerica Park, where a black squirrel crossed the infield and invaded the dugout during a rally an inning earlier.

Right back at it: Strasburg sizzles off DL
Nats starter carves up 12 Rockies, goes 3-for-3 at the plate

WASHINGTON -- Nationals right-hander Stephen Strasburg pitched like a man on a mission Saturday night at Nationals Park. On the day he was activated from the disabled list, Strasburg was dominating during a 6-1 victory over the Rockies.
Strasburg was dealing across seven innings, allowing one run on three hits and striking out a season-high 12 batters. The one run was scored on a homer by Nolan Arenado.

Toronto Blue Jays at NY Yankees

Toronto is 5-1 SU in their last 6 games when playing NY Yankees.
NY Yankees are 17-9 SU in their last 26 games.
NY Yankees are 19-7 SU in their last 26 games when playing at home against Toronto.
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Toronto's last 7 games.
The total has gone OVER in 10 of NY Yankees's last 16 games.

Blue Jays sweep Yanks, within 1.5 of first

NEW YORK -- Josh Donaldson and Jose Bautista each homered, while Marco Estrada tossed 6 1/3 scoreless innings, as the Blue Jays put the finishing touches on a three-game sweep over the Yankees with a 2-0 victory on Sunday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.
Toronto has won eight consecutive games to pull within 1 1/2 games of the Yankees for first place in the American League East. It was the first time the Blue Jays swept New York on the road since May 22-25, 2003, and Toronto is now 7-2 against its division rival this season.


Rockies: Lefty Chris Rusin (3-4, 4.66 ERA) has faced tough luck, with no wins in his last eight games even though he is just 0-2. He'll face the Mets for the first time this season on Tuesday at Citi Field at 5:10 p.m. MT (850 KOA/Root Sports Rocky Mountain).

Mets: Back in a groove, right-hander Matt Harvey will put his recent run of success on the line Tuesday when he faces the Rockies in a 7:10 p.m. ET game. In nine starts since June 16, Harvey is 4-3 with a 1.64 ERA. Outfielder Michael Cuddyer should also return to the starting lineup after spending his first game back from the DL on the bench.


Pirates: Gerrit Cole takes his shot at reversing the Bucs' fortunes in Busch Stadium, when he faces the Cardinals on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. ET. Cole is 0-2 here, both starts coming last season. He held the Cards to one run in seven innings on April 25, then was rocked for five runs in 6 1/3 innings on Sept. 1.

Cardinals: Michael Wacha will seek to join Cole as the National League's only 14-game winners when he faces the Pirates' ace on Wednesday. Wacha will enter the game having thrown 14 straight scoreless innings. He has a 1.42 ERA in two starts against Pittsburgh this season.

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (12 August 2015 @ 09:16 GMT)

Texas screwed me during the night, still can't understand how they could threw that game on the last two innings, I am really tired of these matchups where the pitcher could not put away the game in time. Just loosing out on these frequently makes me angry.

Cruz gets breather, rests with neck spasms
With off-day Thursday, Mariners want slugger to get extra time to heal

SEATTLE -- Nelson Cruz was not in the lineup against the Orioles on Wednesday after exiting before the seventh inning of Tuesday night's game with neck spasms.
A day of rest, followed by Seattle's off-day Thursday before a three-game series in Boston, should give Cruz enough time to heal, said Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon.

Blue Jays make history with 2nd 11-game streak
Several great defensive plays help Buehrle in strong start over seven-plus frames

TORONTO -- The Blue Jays are the hottest team in baseball, and they haven't shown any signs of slowing down after matching their franchise record with an 11-game winning streak on Thursday afternoon.
Toronto continued its impressive run with a 4-2 victory over Oakland. The first-place Blue Jays remain a half-game ahead of the Yankees in the American League East after New York won its game against the Indians on Thursday night.

Ichiro ties Cobb with 4,191 professional hits
Counting his numbers in Japan, outfielder matches MLB legend

ST. LOUIS -- Ichiro Suzuki is at a point in his career where each hit moves him closer to another milestone. With his opposite-field single in the fifth inning of the Marlins' 3-1 loss to the Cardinals on Friday night, the 41-year-old now has the distinction of being mentioned in the same sentence as the legendary Ty Cobb.
Counting his hits from Japan along with his MLB numbers, Ichiro now has 4,191 professional hits, the same figure Cobb had in his Hall of Fame career. It's not recognized as an official record, but to compile that many hits at any professional level is impressive.

The Toronto Blue jays look too start another winning streak this afternoon in New York against the Yankees. Toronto Estrada (10-6, 3.21)vs New York Tanaka (8-5 3.79). My pick Toronto @1.87.

Cubs topple White Sox for ninth straight win

CHICAGO -- Jake Arrieta gave up two earned runs on five hits over 6 2/3 innings and the Cubs scored three in the seventh inning off the White Sox bullpen to take control in a 6-3 victory Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field. The Cubs have won nine straight for the first time since May 26-June 3, 2008, which was the last year they made the playoffs. The Cubs also have a 3-2 edge in the season series with the White Sox, as the Crosstown Cup winner will be decided on Sunday.
Arrieta made his 11th straight quality start, and he's 8-1 with a 1.35 ERA (12 earned runs over 80 innings) in those 11 outings. He's the first Cubs pitcher to to notch 11 in a row since Steve Trachsel did so in 1994.

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