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Free Baseball Picks for Games on Friday, July 19

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Wednesday, 17 July 2013 08:34

Free Baseball PicksThe Los Angeles Dodgers were one of the National League’s hottest teams heading in to the 2013 All-Star break, climbing from the bottom of the NL West to within 2.5 games of the division lead. The Dodgers will look to pick up from where they left off when the second half of the regular season gets underway Friday, with a tough price per head pitching match up to welcome them back.

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Washington Nationals
Friday, 7:05 PM ET

Waiting for Los Angeles will be Stephen Strasburg and a Washington team that is nine games above .500 at home this sportsbook reviews season, but still facing an uphill climb to make the playoffs out of the NL East. However, Strasburg has struggled this year at 5-7 with a 2.99 ERA, and the Nationals have lost three of the last four games that he has started. The Dodgers will counter with the latest addition to their rotation in Ricky Nolasco, who they picked up from the Miami Marlins in a trade earlier this month. Nolasco has gone 1-1 while allowing just four earned runs over 12 innings of work in his first two starts with Los Angeles, and could be in line for another upset win.

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MLB Free Picks Weekend Games On Saturday, July 20

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 23:36

Baseball Free Picks The Major League Baseball season resumes this weekend after the All-Star Break. How will teams deal with the rest they’ve been given? That’s the foremost question on everyone’s mind.

Game 1: Tampa Bay Rays @ Toronto Blue Jays – Saturday, July 20

When making your next play at any of the premier sports betting sites on the market, it is going to be hard to make a pick in this tilt. It’s quite true that Tampa Bay is a lot better than Toronto; the Rays have established themselves as a favorite for a playoff spot in the American League, if not the A.L. East championship. It’s just as true that Toronto, after making a brief push in the month of June, was unable to sustain momentum and played its way out of the playoff race. The Blue Jays will need to be uncommonly good over the remaining 65 to 68 games of the season in order to have a say in the playoff conversation, and that’s just not likely to happen.

However, in one baseball game, anything can and does happen, and the overall reputations of these teams don’t matter as much.

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2013 MLB Betting Weekend Preview: Harvey Faces Tough Task This Saturday

Written by Michael Gordon   
Saturday, 13 July 2013 19:43

MLB Betting Weekend PredictionsThe man who might start for the National League in the upcoming Major League Baseball All-Star Game on July 16 has to worry about his right hand… and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

New York Mets @ Pittsburgh Pirates – Saturday, July 13

Betting services will likely say that the clash between the Mets and the Pirates this Saturday night in the Steel City is likely to be a close one. Two really good starting pitchers will be given the ball by their respective managers. Matt Harvey will take the bump for the Mets, while A.J. Burnett gets the call for the Pirates.

BSN Sports blog reviews will be able to tell you that Harvey’s ERA is 2.35, while Burnett’s is just a shade over three runs. This would naturally seem to suggest that the Mets should win, but of course, starting pitchers don’t represent the totality of a team, and neither do they represent the totality of what occurs in one baseball game.

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The AL Central Suddenly Gets Very Interesting to Watch

Written by Matt Stevens   
Thursday, 11 July 2013 14:55

Baseball Free PicksIt seems like forever since the best sports betting websites have had a legitimate race to talk about in the AL Central division. But this season, it looks like the AL Central could go all the way down to the wire and give fans an exciting finish. As this week gets started, the Cleveland Indians trail the Detroit Tigers by only two and a half games for the division lead. But the Kansas City Royals and even the Minnesota Twins are still standing to be counted. The sportsbook agents are also curious to see if the Chicago White Sox can get on track as the AL Central division heads into this weekend’s action.

Saturday – Minnesota Twins @ New York Yankees

The New York Yankees are no longer guaranteed to beat the Minnesota Twins each time these two teams get together. From C.C. Sabathia on down, the Yankees’ starting pitching rotation is struggling to win games.

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