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The MLB Comp play is on the under in the Giants at Mets game at 7:10 eastern. This game fits a powerful 89% totals system that plays under for home favorites with a total that is 8 or less if they are off a road dog win by 5+ runs vs an opponent off a road loss. The Giants are 18 of 24 under on the road and 9 of 10 under vs losing teams. The Mets are 4 of 5 under at home off a 7+ day road trip and 7-0 under at home off a road dog win if the total is 8 or less Holland for SF has gone under in 3 of his last 4 starts. Wheeler for the Mets is one of the hottest pitchers in the game and he has allowed 3 or less runs in 8 of his last 9 starts. Play this one under. On Monday the 100% National League Game of the year headlines along with our Monday night football Power system play. For the MLB Free pick. Play under in the SF at NYM Game. RV- GC Sports
Play - Cleveland Indians w/Kluber (Game 963).
Edges - Indians: Kluber 15-1 L16 team-starts during August; and 21 Ks with 3 BBs last three overall starts. With that we recommend a 1* play on Cleveland. Thank you and good luck as always.
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If you're looking for a "blowout" on the first full Saturday of football, check out USC. The Trojans, who are 18-1 their last 19 home openers, know that they have a pair of fairly tough road games (Stanford & Texas) coming up in Weeks 2 and 3. They also know that if they can survive those two games, they have a great shot at running the table. That makes taking care of business and building confidence crucial here. The Rebels may be improved from last season but we won't see that here; the Trojans are a National Title contender. Expect a "statement blowout." Consider laying the points with USC.
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Free Play from Doc’s Sports. Take #431 Baltimore Ravens over Indianapolis Colts (8p.m., Monday, August 20 ESPN) It is just in John Harbaugh’s blood to win exhibition games. Baltimore is 2-0 this season straight-up and they are 27-14 lifetime during the Harbaugh tenure. Indianapolis only has one goal this preseason and that is to get QB Andrew Luck back on the field at some point before the regular season. Wins and losses do not mean anything to Coach Frank Reich and they had a field goal fest in their first game against Seattle. Expect Baltimore to win this game by double digits. Do not miss Doc’s Sports NFLX Week 2 card featuring plays throughout the weekend. Doc produced a profit in Week 1 and more of the same coming in Week 2 from this 2017 Nationally Ranked NFLX Handicapper.
My free play is on the Min Twins at 7:10 ET. The Twins' 5-4 win on Sunday allowed Minnesota to win three of four over the Tigers this past weekend. Winners of five of their last six overall, the 59-64 Twins look to inch closer to evening their record on Monday when they host the 46-77 Chicago White Sox in a rescheduled contest of a snowed out contest back on April 15. The White Sox are a whopping 25 games back of the first-place Indians in the AL Central but will take the field having won four of their last five games, including a 7-6 victory Sunday afternoon against the Kansas City Royals.
Chicago's Lucas Giolito (8-9, 6.15 ERA) will take the mound tonight for his 25th start. Giolito allowed three runs and struck out seven over six innings in a 6-3 win at Detroit this past Tuesday. That followed a poor outing in a 7-3 loss to the Yankees when he allowed seven ERs in just five innings on August 8. Giolito has faced the Twins three times in 2018 and four times in his short career. He's 1-1 (team is 2-2) with a 3.65 ERA.
Minnesota has put veteran right-hander Ervin Santana back on the disabled list after he reported issues with his right middle finger. That gives lefty Stephen Gonsalves a chance to make his major league debut Monday night. He was ranked as the Twins' No. 5 prospect this season by MLBPipeline.com (No. 3 prospect per Baseball America) and sports a combined 12-3 record with a 2.76 ERA and 95 strikeouts in 100 1/3 innings between Double-A Chattanooga and Triple-A Rochester this season.
Both teams are just playing out the string but I see a spot here for Minnesota. I'll back Gonsalves in his major league debut who is up against vulnerable mound opponent in Giolito and a struggling White Sox team which is 22-38 on the road, allowing 5.78 RPG. Back the Twins.