The Buzz for July 27, 2013

SD (+105) @ ARZ (-115)

Arizona treated the Padres like a big brother bullying a little brother last night, and I expect more of the same tonight.  Miguel Montero is back in the lineup for the Diamondbacks, and Eric Chavez and Martin Prado are capable of filling the void left by 2B Aaron Hill not being in the starting lineup.  I don't expect 7 runs in the first for innings again, but this should be an easy for the D-Backs.  TAKE ARIZONA AS A ONE-UNIT PLAY AT HOME, GETTING GREAT VALUE AT -115.


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The Buzz for July 26, 2013

Too bad about last night guys, I think the Braves and Tigers owe us all an apology for taking the day off when they had a game scheduled.

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Today we're going with a team in the middle of a pennant chase with one of the hottest teams in baseball.  No days off for the Arizona Diamondbacks the rest of the way.

SD(+122) @ ARZ (-132)

San Diego owns the season series, but Arizona is two of three against the Padres at home.  The stats give Arizona a slight edge in this game, but the intangibles are pointing toward the Diamondbacks getting their third win in five games.  Don't let the Padres 3 wins in 4 in Milwaukee fool you.  The Brewers are the worst team in the NL, and were smack dab in the middle of the Ryan Braun suspension being handed down.  While San Diego has to travel in after playing in Milwaukee yesterday and hasn't been home since the All-Star Break, Arizona is in the middle of a seven-game stretch at home, and more importantly find themselves a half game behind the Dodgers for the AL West.  I don't expect the Diamondbacks to win that division, but I do expect them to hang in there, and I definitely expect them to win this game.  Also, it looks like Arizona slugger Paul Goldschmidt has found his second-half stroke, going 5-for-15 with 5 RBI in four games against the Cubs.  TAKE ARIZONA AS A 1-UNIT PLAY.

The Buzz for July 25, 2013

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Picks for July 25, 2013

ATL (-130) @ NYM (+120)

The Braves are the better team, and their bats finally woke up last night.  They suffered unfortunately loss with SP Tim Hudson breaking his foot last night, but before he went out, Hudson went deep into the game and saved the Braves bullpen.  The loss of Hudson may effect the Braves when his turn in the rotation comes around, but not in today's game.  For the Mets, their bullpen was asked to go 4.2 innings the night before an early day game.  That, along with the fact that you're getting great value with Atlanta at -130 makes this an easy pick. TAKE ATLANTA AS A ONE-UNIT PICK and get your bets in early because this game starts at 12:05 EST.

DET (-139) @ CWS (+129)

Justin Verlander is not having a Verlanderesque year, but he's still a flame-throwing winner going against a team today in the White Sox that (outside of a 10-run game against the Braves) has average just 2.8 runs per game since the All-Star Break.  There is some debate ML hitting leader, Miguel Cabrera, will return to the Tigers lineup today, but Fielder and Peralta are hitting well of late so even without him TAKE THE TIGERS AS A 2-UNIT PLAY.

LAA @ OAK O/U 7.5

These teams have each averaged less than 3 runs in their last 9 games.  They played a series last weekend in which neither game went over 6 total runs.  Tonight's starting pitchers, C.J. Wilson and Dan Staily are averaging 2 runs or less per game allowed in their last eight starts.  Should be a fun pitchers' duel, and the O/U at 7.5 is a gift.  TAKE THE UNDER AS A ONE-UNIT PLAY!


July 24, 2013 Early Game

OAK (-162) @ HOU (+152)

There's nothing better than some day baseball!  The Astros are bad, most of their players would be ranked 20-25 on just about any other roster in the big leagues.  That said, when a closer can't throw strikes (to home or first) and the catcher makes a throw behind a runner to a moving target and that throw goes into right field, bad, scrappy teams win games like Houston did last night.  Today the Oakland Athletics will come out taking the Houston Astros serious from the first inning, and I don't see this one even being close.  Brandon Barnes is unlikely to play for Houston, yeah the Brandon Barnes that hit for the cycle this past weekend against a better-than-average Seattle pitching staff.  Yoenis Cespedes, who came of the bench last night and went 1-2 with a double is expected to be back in the lineup for Oakland.  Oakland has the clear edge in pitching in this matchup.  They are ranked second in team WHIP while the Astros are ranked 30th out of 30 teams.  Houston starter, Bud Norris, has given up 13 runs in his last 10 2/3 innings.  TAKE OAKLAND AND MAKE THIS ONE A 2-UNIT PLAY!  Cash in early and have your winnings ready to go deep on a few more winners in the late games.  I'll have those plays up by 4:30 PM EST!

July 24, 2013 Late Game Action Quick Hits

ATL (-135) @ NYM (+125)

Hudson's been dealing lately, and the Braves lineup is due for a breakout game.  TAKE ATLANTA AS A 1-UNIT PLAY!

DET (-130) @ CHW (+120)

Anibal Sanchez was a tough luck loser last time out, giving us just 1 run in 7 2/3.  Gordon Beckham is sitting for Chicago. TAKE DETROIT AS A 3-UNIT PLAY!

CIN (-108) @ SFG (+102)

San Francisco's bullpen has been taxed by short outings by their starters and a doubleheader yesterday.  Expect the Reds to get to converted reliever, Chad Gaudin, early and often, and for Mike Leake of the Reds to build on his 9-4 record. TAKE THE REDS AS A 3-UNIT PLAY!

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Here's the Buzz for July 23, 2013

MLB Roundup

Two big stories dominated the Major League Baseball landscape yesterday.  One was what will likely be this year's version of a blockbuster deal near the deadline, the other was the story of 'The Player Which Shall Not be Named' being suspended for the remainder of the season.  Here I'll give you the sports betting spin on both.

Matt Garza goes from the Chicago Cubs to the Texas Rangers in exchange for some high level minor league talent and a big league relief arm.  Because the Cubs are likely out of any kind of playoff hunt, we will reserve judgement in regards to their haul in this trade for later (probably next year).  Garza is the centerpiece of this deal. He has a 6-1 record, a 3.17 ERA, and is looking for a big payday after the season.  This all bodes well for the Rangers, who will likely be able to provide Garza with more run support than his former team each time he takes the hill.  Texas was already good and on every bettors radar on a daily basis.  Now, they're better, and barring the suspension of Nelson Cruz for alleged involvement with BioGenesis.  This will likely mean the Rangers being listed as the favorite, and a stronger favorite more often.  This removes some value each time you pick them, but if they can win around a 60% clip through the last two months of the season, they are definitely a moneymaker.

The other story involved a suspension of a former MVP in Milwaukee.  I don't see this having much effect on Milwaukee's betting lines the rest of the year.  The PWSNbM wasn't playing like an MVP.  In fact, if he hadn't been a former MVP and a fan favorite, he likely wouldn't have even still been in the starting lineup.  Totals aren't my thing (if you like betting totals online check out @totals4u on twitter), but I could imagine playing the under in Milwaukee's action could be a good play.

Picks for July 23, 2013

ATL (-135) @ NYM (+125) Loss

Jason Heyward didn't get it done at the plate last night, but his athleticism was the key to their win with his game-saving 2-out, 2-on catch to end the game.  The fact that Atlanta is the better team will continue to show tonight.  Even if the Mets keep it close, we saw that their bullpen can't hold on.  They nearly blew it, leaving the Braves with the bases loaded, in the 7th and finished the choke job in the 9th.  And we will see that pen again, as tonight's starter for the Mets, Carlos Torres, is a converted middle reliever that hasn't pitched more than five innings in a game this year. TAKE ATLANTA AS A 2-UNIT PLAY and watch the game, it should be a fun one.

CIN (-138) @ SFG (+128) GAME 1 WIN

In last night's game Tim Lincecum was obviously suffering from the effects of throwing 148 pitches in his last outing.  He gave up 8 earned runs in 3.2, which meant the bullpen was called on to throw 5.1 innings and 85 pitches.  The day before a doubleheader that doesn't bode well, especially when Cincinnati's Bronson Arroyo pitched a complete game shutout and rested the Reds' bullpen arms.  San Francisco is averaging just 3.9 runs per game in their last 10 and has scored just seven runs in four games since the break.  TAKE CINCINNATI AS A 3-UNIT PLAY IN THE FIRST GAME OF TODAY'S DOUBLEHEADER WITH SAN FRAN.  Watch for updates following game 1 regarding any action we recommened on game 2.

BAL (-103) @ KC (-107) Loss

Baltimore is the play here.  The Orioles are scoring runs without Chris Davis hitting home runs, and the Royals are averaging just 2.4 runs in their last 9 games.  I just don't see Bruce Chen getting enough run support to pick up the win here in only his second start of the year.  Baltimore is actually a slight dog in this one so it's a good chance to pil on and make a little dough.  Baltimore has committed fewer errors than any other team in the majors so even though Jason Hammel may give KC a few chances to score, that Orioles D won't make it easy.  TAKE BALTIMORE AS A ONE-UNIT PLAY TONIGHT.

OAK (-169) @ (+159) Loss

  It's always nice to catch a pitcher on a streak.  Oakland's Parker (6-6, 3.95 ERA) has a major league-best 0.83 WHIP in his last 11 starts, and he's also compiled a 2.33 ERA while limiting opponents to a .179 average.  It feels wrong to predict a team is about to lose their 10th in 11 tries, but if there wasever a team that earned it, it's the Astros who are just 17-36 at home this season.  TAKE OAKLAND AS A 2-unit play and then don't spend all your winnings in one place.

Here's the Buzz for July 22, 2013

Just a Little Bragging

Yesterday we went a perfect 3-0 (picks documented at, and we won our first 3-unit play of Free for July and a nice road dog with Arizona over San Francisco.  San Francisco is a team we expect to do big things in the 2nd half so yesterday's pick may have surprised you, and we will likely shock again today, but the important thing is we're gonna keep on winning!

The Picks for July 22, 2013

ATL (-130) @ NYM (+120) WIN

The first of two 2-unit plays tonight, we're expecting a tight one between these two AL East rivals.  The Mets just took 2 out of three at home against an average Phillies team with aging stars.  They are still a team under .500 and 10 games back of Atlanta.  To paraphrase Dennis Green, "They are what we [think] they are."  The Mets' Dillon Gee is 4-1 in his last 5 decisions, but that one loss was against Atlanta.  The Braves are 5-5 in their last 10, but have scored 5+ in 6 of those 10 so the lineup is fine and actually gets an infusion with the return of Jason Heyward tonight.  On the hill for the braves, Julio Teheran had a rough time in his last outing, but in his previous 10 starts was a quality start machine with an average of more than 6 innings per start and an ERA of 2.28.  TAKE ATLANTA AS A LIGHT FAVORITE ON THE ROAD AND WIN BIG WITH THEM AS A 2-UNIT PLAY!

CIN (+110) @ SFG (-120) WIN

Giants just a slight favorite at home, and Tim Lincecum is coming off a 148-pitch no-hit performance in his last outing.  That screams TAKE CINCINNATI.  Lincecum luckily had a few extra days rest over the All-Star break, but he had the rest because he wasn't playing in the game.  Despite the no-hitter against San Diego, a team ranked near the bottom in most hitting categories, he has been off his game all year.  The Reds have owned Lincecum, and last year's ALDS notwithstanding, have had their way with the Giants over the last few years, winning 23 of the last 36.  Bronson Arroyo has a better record than Lincecum but a higher ERA.  The Reds' hitters aren't shy about providing run support, and tonight will be no different.  TAKE THE REDS AND MAKE THIS ONE ANOTHER 2-UNIT PLAY!

Here's the buzz for July 21, 2013

Saturday Night Fever!

Don't know about you, but last night's action had me feeling a little feverish.  Underdogs won 7 of the 15 games, and the Houston Astros lost a game in which their pitching staff threw a combined 1-hitter.  

We were only able to cash in on one of the night's picks, but today is Recovery Sunday.  We have our red polos on in honor of Tiger's run at The Open Championship, and we're going to dominate a few picks today

The Picks July 21, 2013

Seattle (-185) @ Houston (+175) WIN

The reality is that the Houston Astros have lost back-to-back games in which one had one of their players hitting for the cycle and the other had their pitching staff combingin on a one-hitter.  On the Seattle side, they ground out a win yesterday even when their bats weren't going.  They've also won 7 of 10 and King Felix, who toes the rubber today has won his last 4 decisions.  TAKE SEATTLE AS A 2-UNIT PLAY!

San Diego (+212) @ St. Louis (-227) WIN

We laid off St. Louis in this matchup yesterday because we just didn't trust Lance Lynn, but today, with the Cardinals' ace Adam Wainwright on the mound, there is no hesitation.  There is no sexy stat that's causing us to pick this one, the best team in baseball simply will not drop a series to a team  8 games under five hundred on their home field with their ace on the hill.  Look at the line.  Vegas knows they're gonna win; we know they're gonna win; hell, the Padres probably even know the Cardinals are going to win.  TAKE THE CARDINALS AND THIS IS OUR FIRST 3-UNIT PLAY of our FREE FOR JULY OFFER!

Arizona (+158) @ San Francisco (-168) WIN

It's road dog time! Arizona is a division leader, statistically they stand ahead of the Giants in pitching and defensive efficiency and are virtually even in OPS.  San Francisco is the better team, and it's no surprise they've take the first two in the series, but it's hard to sweep a team in the Major Leagues, and the Giants don't have a single sweep in the last 20 series.  CASH IN ON THIS ROAD DOG WITH A 1-UNIT PLAY ON ARIZONA.


Here's the buzz for July 20, 2013 

The Picks and Only the Picks

My dream has always been to be a sportswriter and broadcaster, and having this site gives me a chance to do a little of that, but today I've got so much great action for you that I just want to get right to you. 

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Today's Actions

Yesterday we split our two picks (You can see them by clicking on the archives tab) and made a modest profit ($55). 

Today's action is even hotter and a handful of lines have me really excited.

Detroit (-164) @ Kansas City (+114) Loss

Detroit let us down last night as a little less of a favorite that would have paid nicely, but they didn't play bad.  They only recorded two hits, but they scalded a handful of balls that the Royals made some amazing plays on.  A couple of those balls drop and we're probably looking at a 3-1 Tigers win on Friday night.  That's baseball.  No matter how bad a team is, we've never had one go 0-for the season, and the Royals really aren't THAT bad this yearso with their ace on the hill that game wasn't much of a fluke.  Nonethless, the Tigers are the superior team, and they send their ace, their stopper, Justin Verlander to the hill tonight.  Take Detroit as a 1-unit play!

Cleveland (-115) @ Minnesota (+105) Loss

This is our STEAM PLAY OF THE DAY!  The line on this one opened with Cleveland the favorite at -150.  People overreacted to last night's loss and the most popular line out there now is -115.  Yeah, they're in Minnesota and Cleveland blew a lead last night, but they're still 10 games better and 5-4 against the Twins in 2013 for a reason.  Take Cleveland and this is also our 2-unit headcracker of the day!

Seattle (-132) @ Houston (+122) WIN

Houston is just plain bad.  They had a player, Brandon Barnes, go for a cycle last night and were still never in that game.  With Seattle sending the 8-4 Hisashi Iwakuma to the bump, I don't see tonight being the night either.  Take Seattle as a one-unit play and cash in nicely on Houston's misery.

Baltimore @ Texas o/u 9.5 (-105) Loss

This line is inflated due to public perception.  Yes, both teams can hit, but Chris Davis will have a power slump, that's why only some of the greatest names in the game have ever hit homeruns at the pace he did in the first half for an entire season.  Texas, was missing one of their big boppers last night in Nelson Cruz, and he is questionable for tonight's game as well with migraines.  Combined, both teams average less than 9.5 runs per game, and both teams have scored less than 5 runs in more than half of their games this season. The starting pitchers are no slouches either, with combined ERA at 5.5.  Take the under at near even money!

Here's the buzz for July 19, 2013 

 Let's Get on a Roll!

Today is the greatest day between April 1st and December 25th.  That's right, it's the first day of the second half of the baseball season.  Races get into full-swing, the playoff picture starts to take shape, and there are still over 1900 games for potential gambling winnings.

Before I get on to my picks for today, I wanna share with you more of my overall outlook on the second half.  Yesterday we discussed the teams we expect to excel in the second half, namely the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals.

Now, here are a few to stay away from.  We'll know more after we get to see Alex Rodriguez for a few games early next week, but I expect the New York Yankees slide to continue.  If Cano has any lingering effects from his thigh injury suffered in the All-Star game and Derek Jeter and A-Rod take time to get in the groove, the Yankees 12 games left in July against teams currently at or above .500 could have them virtually out of any kind of playoff race.  Also, the fact that they have a strong fan base, are somehow currently 8 games over .500, and will be getting back some star power will likely have them overvalued by Vegas.  My opinion, stay away unless C.C. Sabathia is on the hill for the Yankees against the Astros in Yankee Stadium.

The Arizona Diamondbacks may be leading the NL West, but they're in the middle of the pack in nearly every statistically category and depended largely in the first half on a pitcher who had just 17 starts prior to 2013 and a young first baseman who has already hit more home runs than he ever has in a single season (previous high 20 in 145 games in 2012).  That, coupled with the expectation that the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants will be far more formidable in the second half,has the outlook seeming bleak for the Diamondbacks.  They could be a good value pick in a home game against the Padres in September, though.  I'll keep you posted.

Lastly, I would steer clear of both the Houston Astros and Miami Marlins.  I'm always of the belief that things will even out in the game of baseball and that teams winning at just over a 35% clip will eventually rise up, but these two teams leave us no reason to believe that.  They're both at the bottom of the standings and the bottom statistically.  Sure, they'll win another 30 games apiece, and they'll be an underdog in pretty much every one so we'll watch to see if they have favorable matchup against a team with a major injury or a squad full of call-ups come September, but it's hard to have any confidence in which games they'll actually win.

Time for the picks

San Diego (+160) @ St. Louis (-175) WIN!

Since these are the first picks I'm posting to the site let me first tell you a little about how I have used money management along with my picks to be profitable.  Each day 2 or 3 games will stand out as games to play based on statistics, trends, and betting lines, and on those games I'll bet one unit (for me $500, for others that could be $100 or $1000, the important factor is to be consistent)  Every once in a while one of those games will stand out as an exceptional value and on those games I'll wager two units (i.e. $100 x 2 = $200, $500 x 2 = $1000).

The Cardinals have the best winning percentage in all of baseball, but they haven't been the hottest team of late (just .500 in their last 26 games).  What this means is they're really good, and with a hobbled Yadier Molina and without an injured Matt Holliday they have been able to keep it together.  Now, with a rested Molina and Holliday back in the lineup they look forward to a strong second half.  That's why Today's Pick is the St. Louis Cardinals!  I'm making this one a 2-unit pick as long as the line still stands under -190 when you place your bet.  With Jason Marquis (9-4) on the hill for the Padres, I believe San Diego is being overvalued here, and the Cardinals should easily take their first home game of the second half after knocking Marquis out in the 6th inning.

Detroit Tigers (-135) @ Kansas City Royals (+115) Loss

For the Tigers, Anibal Sanchez has had an up and down season with a difference of nearly 4.00 in his ERA in losses compared to wins.  The Kansas City Royals rank 25th in OPS and shouldn't give Sanchez much trouble.  Oh, and he still has  Prince Fielder, Miguel Cabrera, Torrii Hunter, and Jhonny Peralta to back him on the offensive side.  The pick here is the Detroit Tigers.  Ervin Santana going to the mound for the Royals is no slouch, though, and for that reason I'm making this just a one-unit play.

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Here's the buzz for July 18, 2013 

If the San Francisco Giants were a Stock I'd Buy 'Heavy'

If you thought the defending World Series Champions were anything less than a 90-win team at the beginning of the year, you must be a Dodgers' fan.  They brought back three top-of-the-rotation arms, the reigning NL MVP in Buster Posey and a pretty good lineup around him with Angel Pagan, Marco Scutaro, and Pablo Sandaval.

Pagan went down a little over a month in, and Sandoval is hitting just .266 going into the break, and the pitching staff looks like it's still celebrating the 2012 Championship and phoning its performances in.

Nonetheless, they're the same team that gutted its way all the way through in 2012 to a World Series title, they play in a division (the NL West) that still has them in contention at just 6.5 games out at 8 games under .500, and if they stay in contention they could be buyers for a replacement for Pagan, maybe Eric Young, Jr. if the Mets become sellers at the deadline.

The talent is there, the experience is there, but with the slow start and a schedule including 38 of their last 68 games against teams that currently have records over .500, Vegas will have them way undervalued.  They were nearly even money against an obviously inferior San Diego team last weekend.

If they can get to just 85 total wins that's a 61% winning percentage in the second half.  For you pro bettors out there those are pretty good odds, but follow our picks here at 9XHandicappers to find out which games are locks and worthy of higher bet amounts and which games may be traps you want to avoid so you can rake in the big bucks on the Giants's second half.

Other teams to keep an eye on are the St. Louis Cardinals who are just .500 over their last 26 games, but have as talented a team as anyone in the league and play in arguably the weakest division with teams like Chicago, Milwaukee, and the Pirates who are notorious for second half collapses.

Also, keep an eye on any team in the AL EAST that doesn't play their home games in New York or Boston.  The Red Sox have relied largely on young talent through the first half, and we all know about the dreaded wall.  Expect them to play near-.500 ball over the 2nd half, and the Yankees could start looking at some of their own farmhands if they are out of it mid-August with eyes on the post-Rivera, post-Jeter, post-A-Rod future.  That leaves a softer road for teams like the Rays and Orioles who have deep teams and a few battle-tested stars.

Check back tomorrow to see info on the teams to avoid in the second half.

Here's the buzz for July 17, 2013 

2013 ASG Recap

The American Leage -the underdog at the time I released my pick for them at noon yesterday - tossed a 3-hit gem using ten different pitchers in last night's All-Star Game.  With arguably the best crop of hitters in a decade (Cabrera, Trout, Posey, Molina, et al.) it was the young corp of pitchers (Scherzer, Harvey, Chapman, and Sale) that did the bulk of the work last night.  Still, it was the grizzled old vet, Mariano Rivera, who had the moment of the night as he warmed up for the 8th inning on an empty diamond as teammates and opponents alike looked on in admiration from their dugouts.  He kept the AL pitching dominance rolling and handed the ball (and the torch?) to Joe Nathan to get the save in the 9th as the American League strolled away from Citi Field with a 3-0 victory, their first in four years.

So What Now?

A day off in the middle of the Major League Baseball season - actually two - what am I to do?  Should I start giving you my WNBA picks?

No, just like the aforementioned Rivera, I'm a specialist.  MLB is my game, and I'm a winner, a closer.  So, I'll use my own version of the 7th inning stretch to comb over stats and matchups for this weekend's series and we'll start the run to the end looking for another 80%+ winning weekend like we had last weekend.

Buyer Beware!

I'm seeing a lot of cappers on Twitter riding the hype from the All-Star Game to promote their services.  Smart business, of course, I'm doing the same thing.  But...these guys are charging as much as $250 for picks for the remainder of the season.  DON'T DO IT!  Remember my "Free for July" offer, and when the paid packages do start August 1, they won't cost nearly that much, especially for those of you who post about your wins using my picks to @9XHandiman.  Make sure you take advantage of this offer, the smartest business move you'll make all summer.

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As the new kids on the diamond we know we've got to earn your trust so we will be releasing picks like the one above live on the site and on twitter through the end of July.  Follow our success here and on

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