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YESTERDAY'S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 22, 2017
Pirates vs Braves
Braves
+1½ -150 at 5Dimes
Won
$100
Play Type: Top Premium

8* Run Line Atlanta (7:35 ET): Please note that this is a run line play only where I am taking the Braves +1.5. I had success w/ Atlanta in their last series, going 2-0 on or against them. I played them (on the RL) Friday when they sought revenge for a prior three-game sweep at the hands of the Nationals and they ended up winning that game "outright," 7-4. In position to "return the favor" (sweep) on Sunday, I then played AGAINST them as they fell 3-2. This is yet another series where they'll be looking to avenge an early season sweep. The Pirates won all three games against the Braves at PNC Park in early April, two of them coming by a one-run margin. But the Bucs not a good ballclub by any means, so I see Atlanta doing no worse than a one-run loss tonight.  

Pittsburgh is favored on the money line here for just one reason and that reason is Gerrit Cole is starting. In fairness, it's pretty criminal that he comes in w/ only a 4-5 team start record given his 2.84 ERA and 1.018 WHIP. He's made eight consecutive quality starts. But the issue for Cole has been a lack of run support; prior to his last outing (6-1 win over Washington), the offense had scored three runs or less for him five straight times. This Pittsburgh team is no longer to be feared as they actually check in w/ a worse run differential (-32) than Atlanta (-23) and the offensive numbers have been downright brutal. Only the Giants and Padres have scored fewer runs among NL teams and they are 29th in both team batting average and slugging as well.

The Braves are still adjusting to life in their new home park, but are now at least 8-10 here. Pittsburgh has an 8-15 record on the road this season, so again they're shaky with the minus in front of them on the ML. They're also 0-6 on Mondays this year, for whatever that's worth. Back to back home wins (over the Phillies) really doesn't impress me and yday's 1-0 win is a result that would equal a win for us w/ how we're playing this one. The Braves have still won 7 of 10 overall and will give them baseball to Mike Foltynewicz, who is off B2B quality starts himself. Going back further, we find Foltynewicz has allowed 3 ER or less in six of his past seven starts. He is more than capable of keeping this one close. 8* Run Line Atlanta (+1.5)

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  May 22, 2017
Royals vs Yankees
Royals
+1½ -145 at 5Dimes
Lost
$145.0
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8* Run Line Kansas City (7:10 ET): Please note that this is a run line play only where I'm taking the Royals +1.5. Admittedly, it's not the greatest spot for KC here. They come off a doubleheader Sunday (split w/ Twins) and are facing a Yankees team that sports the American League's second best run differential. But the Yanks were on the verge of getting swept before yday's win in Tampa Bay and this is a revenge spot for Royals starter Jason Vargas, who goes against Michael Pineda a second straight time tonight. Last week, New York took two of three at Kansas City w/ Vargas really struggling in his outing. But despite that, he still has better YTD numbers compared to Pineda (surprised?) and I don't see him and his team doing worse than a one-run loss here. 

Last Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium vs. the Yanks, Vargas allowed six runs in just four innings of work, easily his worst outing of the season so far. In fact, he came into that start having allowed just one run in his previous 19 IP (15 inning scoreless streak)! In four different starts this year, Vargas has gone at least six innings w/o allowing a single earned run. The six runs allowed in last week's start more than doubled the number he'd allowed in his previous seven starts combined (5) yet his ERA still remains the second best among all AL starters. Yes, I'm well aware that the last start was a continuation of some poor career numbers against New York, but the team in Pinstripes comes into the series having dropped 7 of its last 11, so this is a good time to fade them.

The revenge angle in play here is also one of my favorites. It's hard to beat the same pitcher two times in a row. It's not like Pineda pitched all that great last Wednesday either; he allowed four runs and gave up two home runs. His career numbers against the Royals include a 4-5 record and 3.95 ERA. The triumvirate of Salvador Perez, Mike Moustakas and Eric Hosmer are a combined 22 of 58 against him w/ four home runs. I'll call for the Royals, Vargas in particular, to do a lot better this go around. 8* Run Line Kansas City (+1.5)

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  May 22, 2017
Warriors vs Spurs
UNDER 217 -110 Lost
$110.0
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10* Under Warriors/Spurs (9:05 ET): At this point, Golden State advancing to its third consecutive NBA Finals seems like mere formality. They've won the L2 games by double digits, beating the undermanned Spurs by 36 and 12 points. Clearly, this series swung on the Kwahi Leonard injury as when he went down (ankle), San Antonio was leading Game 1 by 25 points. Since then, the Warriors have outscored the Spurs by 70 points over the last 10 quarters. I'm staying away from the side in Game 4 as its seems as if the oddsmakers have finally adjusted accordingly, but the total now offers some value after each of the first three games went Over the total. Tonight, the O/U line figures to close at a series high-point, so Under is the call here as San Antonio's ONLY shot is to turn this into a low-possession, low-scoring affair.

These were the #1 and #2 teams in defensive efficiency during the regular season. In the playoffs though, Golden State has taken its defense up a notch as they are they are barely allowing one point per possession. The Spurs defense has obviously slipped the L2 games w/o their ace defender Leonard, but his absence also has an effect on the offensive end as well. Remember, the team is also w/o Tony Parker the rest of the way. That's 43.6 points per game (Leonard + Parker's season long averages) gone from the lineup w/o the leading and third-leading scorer on the team. With Golden State, the cliche of "you can't stop 'em, you can only hope to contain them" certainly applies, but people forget that this was largely an Under team in the regular season. They're still 50-39-1 Under in all games this year including 31-20 when off a game where they scored 115 or more points. 

San Antonio is now 12-3 Over in the playoffs. That's pretty shocking. The Memphis series (1st round) featured lots of low O/U lines, which was a big contributing factor, as has playing the two highest scoring teams from the reg season the L2 rounds. Going back to the end of the Houston series, they've now allowed an average of 110.2 points the L5 games. That's obviously well above their season-long average of giving up just 98.2 PPG here at home. Look for this one to stay Under the total. 10* Under Warriors/Spurs

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