MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
New York Yankees vs. Texas Rangers
New York Yankees
-140
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This is a 1* Free Play on the New York Yankees.

New York will sends its most consistent pitcher to the mound in Hiroki Kuroda (7-6, 3.99 ERA); Kuroda wasn’t his sharpest in his last outing but did pick up a win over Toronto Friday, allowing four runs in six innings of work. Note that Kuroda is 2-2 in 38 2/3’s innings pitched against Texas with a very strong 2.08 ERA. The Japanese born pitcher went seven strong allowing just six hits and no runs to earn a win in his last start versus the Rangers earlier. Texas will counter with Colby Lewis (6-8, 6.23); the right-hander has been struggling this season and a matchup with the Yankees isn’t what the doctor ordered as Lewis is 0-3 with an ERA of 6.14 against the Pinstripes life time. Lewis has struggled in Texas, he’s just 1-5 with an ugly ERA of 8.40 this season. Note that Texas is just 20-33 at home this year, while the Yankees are 7-2 as a road favorite in the -125 to -145 range. Consider a second look at the YANKEES.

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MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Diego Padres
San Diego Padres
-113
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Wednesday's Free MLB Pick ---San Diego Padres -113---

This is a great spot to back the Padres as a small home favorite. San Diego snapped their 3-game losing streak with a 3-1 win over Lance Lynn and the Cardinals last night. St Louis has now dropped 5 of 7 and I look for their struggles to continue on the road with the edge the Padres have on the mound. San Diego will send out one of the most underrated starters in Jesse Hahn, who is 6-2 with a 2.12 ERA and 1.050 WHIP over 8 starts. Hahn hasn't allowed more than 3 earned runs in a single start since his big league debut back on June 3. As for the Cardinals' Joe Kelly, he comes in with a 7.36 ERA and 1.636 WHIP over his last 3 starts and has been hit hard in each of his last two outings on the road.

Key Trend/System - San Diego is 7-1 in their last 8 against the NL Central, 8-3 in their last 11 against a right-handed starter, a perfect 5-0 in Hahn's last 5 starts following a quality start last time out and 20-8 in their last 28 home games after scoring 3 runs or less in 3 straight games. Add it up and that's a 40-12 (77%) system telling us to BET THE PADRES -113!

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MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
St. Louis Cardinals vs. San Diego Padres
St. Louis Cardinals
+115
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St. Louis +115

The Padres can certainly pitch but their hitting has been epically bad this season. Cardinals starter Joe Kelly has been trying to find his groove after a lengthy DL stint but I still think the Cards are the smarter option even though Padres rookie Jesse Hahn looks legit. 

The Padres had an explosions of runs last week that pushed their season average over 3 but this team is just too unreliable. They are only .500 at home. 

Good Luck, Razor Ray.

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MLB  |  Jul 30, 2014
Colorado Rockies vs. Chicago Cubs
Chicago Cubs
-105
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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.