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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 31, 2014
Cincinnati Reds vs. Miami Marlins
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Thursday MLB Free Play from Doc’s Sports Take #907 Cincinnati Reds over Miami Marlins (Thursday, 7:10pm EST)  The season is slipping away from the Cincinnati Reds and it doesn’t appear that they are going to be able stop it. That’s because two of their best players are on the disabled list in Joey Votto and Brandon Phillips. The Reds have are just 2-10 since the All-Star break and have now fallen below the .500 mark overall. But one guy they’ve been able to consistently rely on is ace Johnny Cueto. The 28-year old checks in at 11-6 with a 2.08 ERA in 22 starts in 2014. Amazingly, the consistent Cueto has allowed more than three earned runs just twice in those 22 outings. The Reds haven’t been able to plate many runs lately with their current injury situation, but they shouldn’t need many on Thursday. The Miami Marlins will have their work cut out for themselves against Cueto, and that will put the pressure on right-hander Tom Koehler. He’s had a solid season so far, but Koehler isn’t going to overpower anyone. He’s your prototypical run of the mill middle-rotation guy with a 3.91 ERA and 1.25 WHIP in 21 starts. The Marlins have been playing better of late and have been talking about making some trades to go for it. I don’t buy it one bit and I’d be surprised if Miami stays in contention for much longer. They’re playing a bit over their heads this season due to some fortunate outcomes. They are 25-17 in one-run games compared to 17-23 for Cincinnati. Those records tend to regress towards .500 over time, so that means the Reds get better and the Marlins worse. Even with the injuries, this Reds teams is better and they have one of the top pitchers in the game on the mound. Take Cincinnati at a relatively cheap price.

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MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
Oakland A's vs. Houston Astros
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3-unit Play Take #966 Houston Astros over Oakland A's (2:10pm EST) The Houston Astros aren't playing great baseball right now, but there's one guy that they consistently count on to keep them in the game. That's today's starter Dallas Keuchel. The young left-hander has put together a sensational season at 9-7 with a 3.11 ERA and 1.26 WHIP in 19 starts. He's coming off of a great effort against the Marlins where he pitched seven innings without allowing a run and striking out seven with no walks. He'll go up against the best offense in baseball in the A's in this one. Oakland has been cruising all season long, but today's going to be tough as Jason Hammel hasn't found his rhythm yet with the team. Hammel has a 7.11 ERA and 2.13 WHIP in his three starts with the A's. He has walked eight batters in those outings and looks like a completely different pitcher than he did with the Cubs in the first half of the season. The Astros lineup isn't very intimidating, but they won't need much with Keuchel toeing the rubber. This price is too high for a stud pitcher throwing at home. Take the Astros.

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MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
Atlanta Braves vs. Los Angeles Dodgers
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3-unit Play Take #962 Los Angeles Dodgers over Atlanta Braves (10:10pm EST) The Los Angeles Dodgers have finally climbed to the top of the NL West, where everyone expected to see them when the season began. Los Angeles is 30-19 over their last 49 games and getting contributions from nearly their entire 25-man roster. There's been tons of trade speculation surrounding this team, but it hasn't affected their focus. Zack Greinke has been one of the main catalysts as he's dominated the NL this season with a 2.74 ERA and 1.18 WHIP. He is the best home pitcher in baseball over the last five seasons, returning bettors a healthy profit despite some high prices. Los Angeles is 19-4 in Greinke's last 23 home starts. The Braves are playing good baseball right now as well, and they'll trot out Alex Wood in today's matchup. Wood comes in 7-8 with a 3.44 ERA in 24 games, including some bullpen work. Despite a great start to his career, I'm not sure if Wood is going to develop in a front line type of starter. His stuff is good but not great, and he might not have the arsenal to be a starter. He's going to have his hands full with a Dodgers lineup that is clicking well right now. The Braves are just 3-7 in his last 10 starts, including 1-4 on the road. This one has Dodgers written all over it.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
Colorado Rockies vs. Chicago Cubs
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Wednesday MLB Free Play from Doc’s Sports Take #960 Chicago Cubs over Colorado Rockies (Wednesday, 8:05pm EST)  The Chicago Cubs host the Colorado Rockies in a matchup of the two worst teams in the NL record-wise. Travis Wood gets the nod for the Cubs as he looks to turn his season around. The left-hander has struggled mightily, but he has been much better in Wrigley Field with a 3.86 ERA and 1.27 WHIP. He’ll face a weak Colorado lineup that is missing Troy Tulowitzki, Justin Morneau and Michael Cuddyer. Carlos Gonzalez is also a little bit banged up, so he’ll be getting more rest days than usual. The Rockies counter with southpaw Brett Anderson in Wednesday’s matchup. Anderson is back from a finger injury and has looked decent in his return. However, the Cubs have hit lefties very well this season and Anderson struggled a bit with his control in his last outing (four walks versus just one strikeout). The Cubs have a respectable 23-26 record at home this season while the Rockies check in at an abysmal 16-34 on the road. Colorado is also 15-38 in their last 53 overall – the worst mark in baseball during that span. I’m looking for the Cubs to get out to a quick lead and hold on for the victory here.


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