Wow, what a finish last night for the JACKHAMMER to hit! Was it lucky? Of course, some may say that was extremely lucky. I like to think that it worked out the way we expected in the end as Wilson was able to make some plays in the 4th to put the Seahawks in position to cover the teaser for us. Also - the rush that you experienced on that win last night with the amount of money you had on it can’t be matched by anything else! 2 units, 5 units, 10 units, whatever you had on it - WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE!!! The Jordan Howard player prop didn’t work out for us and the Astros game felt fixed as fuck as they didn’t make plays or walked hitters to put runners in scoring position in just about every inning until they gave up a grand slam in the 8th to lose their 1-0 lead. 1-2 record wise but you should have came out on top last night if you hammered the JACKHAMMER. That caps out week 2 at 11-3 (79%) for straight and teaser bets.
2 team moneyline parlay
Dodgers (Kershaw) / Rays (Snell) (+110) - This one pays plus money odds and we have two stud lefty pitchers going for us and they each have good matchups tonight. Snell has shut down this Rangers lineup the only time he has faced them and he should get run support from the Rays tonight when they go up against Yovani Gallardo and his 5+ earned run average. Then we have Kershaw who has an enormous sample size against this Rockies lineup and has held them to a .262 avg in 386 career at bats. This is a huge game for the Dodgers tonight - we have two weeks left in the regular season and they are unly up ½ a game in the NL West over this Rockies team. I’m expecting a big game from each of these starters and that will lead to victory for us tonight.
White Sox / Indians Under (8) - Rodon and Kluber must start for action in this one and there shouldn’t be much offense against either of them. Each pitcher has been dominating the opposing lineup as an inter division foe for many years now. Rodon has held this Indians lineup to a .201 avg in 179 at bats while Kluber has held the White Sox to a .216 avg in 167 at bats. One CRAZY stat that I saw this morning is that out of all of all of the at bats from each lineup against the opposing starter - there’s only one guy in each lineup with a career homerun against them. Abreu off of Kluber and Lindor off of Rodon. I like the under in this one.
Brewers (Anderson) (-190) - Pricey matchup on this one but it’s a good one to take. The Brewers lineup comes in hitting .333 against Lorenzen in 68 career at bats. Chase Anderson starts for the Brewers and he has held this Reds lineup to a .204 avg in just under 100 at bats. Let’s go Brewers!