Motown Fisher and Mike Dyce (Fish N’ Dyce) bring you the days marquee matchups from a statistics and wagering perspective which we have asked Procomputergambler.com to provide the forecast for us.
Yesterdays Recap: The Yankees Stink. They decided to get back into the game after spotting the Rays 4 runs, and then end up losing by 5 runs. TB P Moore pitched a gem but for a 10 minute stretch where he allowed 3 runs.
Fish’s Record – 1-3 (-3 Units = -$30)
Dyce’s Record – 1-4
PCG’s 2013 MLB Record – 124-120-11 (+37.72 Units)
Stats and Trends provided by Procomputergambler.com
Bal P Jason Hammel (7-4, 5.24 ERA) has given up 11 runs in his past 3 starts with 5 home runs. He does hold a nice record against the Jays though in 8 starts, going 4-1. He’s also 6-1 on the road this year.
Tor P R.A Dickey (6-8, 4.90 ERA) will either give up 2 runs or less – or 6 runs or more as noted in his last 9 starts. It’s hard to know which pitcher will be on the mound tonight, but you can say at least he’s starting at home after 4 straight on the road. Which may not also be a good thing in the homer dome of Roger Center.
Motown’s Money Analysis
O’s have scored at least 5 runs in 5 of their last 8, and have oddly enough won the same amount in that span. Pitching has been overall good allowing just 3 runs or less in their last 4.
Jays are on a tear winning 8 straight, and losing just 4 in the month (12-4). They’ve scored at least 5 runs in 6 of the 8. They’ve only scores less than four runs 4 times in the entire month.
The Computer likes the over 9 here, and if Toronto scores like they have been, not only will they get W9, but they may reach the total on their own. The Computer has backed up it’s raw projections nicely on the totals as All MLB totals are 77-52 59.7% +22.4 units this season. Over projections have been especially strong and this could be a nice spot for a bit of a shootout.
1 Units Toronto -120 ($11 to return $21) – Lets get back on track!
Dyce For Dummies
I’m going against Motown and picking the Orioles to win. They Orioles just took on the Detroit Tigers and took 2 out of 3 games including a final game 13-3 beat down. Their one loss in the series was to an undefeated Max Scherzer.
Jason Hammel is 7-2 SU and 8-1 (88.9%, +69.7% roi) OVER the total since 2012 against sub .500 teams. That’s 4-0 on the road.
Last time Baltimore travelled to Toronto they got blown out 12-6. But there wasn’t a day between games. The O’s have had a day off between their last game, Wednesday, and tonight. They’ll be better rested and ready to play.
1 Units Baltimore +118 ($10 to return $21.80)
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