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  • richardcrani
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    Service Plays 6 - 15

    Please post Today's service plays in this thread. Please do not clutter this thread or make requests for specific plays. We post everything that we can find.

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  • richardcrani
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    Beatyourbookie.com
    100* Angels

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  • richardcrani
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    Red Dog Sports

    Milwaukee at Cleveland
    Play Cleveland

    Carl Pavano gave up 9 runs in his last start but only gave up 0,3,1 and 3 before that. I look for him to bounce back and pitch well at home. Look for the Indians to win on Monday night.

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    Anthony Redd

    Monday's Card
    10 Dime Indians (Pavano) - 1 1/2 Runs over Brewers (Bush)

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    Gina

    Monday, June 15th, 2009 10:15 p.m. est.

    Los Angeles Angels (32-29) at San Francisco Giants (34-28)
    (R) John Lackey (1-2) vs. (L) Barry Zito (3-6)

    Los Angeles' John Lackey (1-2, 6.61), is 0-2 with a 6.98 ERA in his last three starts.
    San Francisco's Barry Zito (3-6, 4.09 ERA), is 2-1 with a 4.32 ERA in his last three starts.

    Los Angeles Angels have dropped four of their last five road games and four of its last five versus the Giants in San Francisco. Go with the Giants at AT&T Park. San Francisco is 9-1 in its last 10 games at home, 21-9 this season and lefty Barry Zito is 12-9 with a 3.55 ERA in 28 career starts against the Angels.
    San Francisco Giants +100

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    Teddy Covers

    Cleveland

    TC MLB regular plays are 8-5 in and were 16-17 in May

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  • richardcrani
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    SPORTS ADVISORS

    L.A. Angels (32-29) at San Francisco (34-28)

    The Angels head up the California coast to AT&T Park in San Francisco to open a three-game set with veteran John Lackey (1-2, 6.61 ERA) on the hill opposite Giants lefty Barry Zito (3-6, 4.09) in a rematch of the 2002 World Series.

    Both teams completed interleague sweeps over the weekend against nearby rivals. Los Angeles wiped out the Padres three straight in Anaheim, outscoring San Diego 26-8, including Sunday’s 6-0 victory. Meanwhile, the Giants pummeled the A’s 7-1 Sunday to cap a three-game sweep in which they outscored their Bay Area rivals, 15-3.

    The Angels are on runs of 7-1 against N.L. West squads, 10-4 in National League parks, 7-1 in interleague road games against lefty starters and 5-2 on Mondays. San Francisco is on streaks of 6-1 overall, 5-1 in series openers and 7-1 against teams with winning records, but despite sweeping Oakland over the weekend, it remains just 5-8 in its last 13 interleague home games.

    These teams haven’t met since 2006, but the Giants are 4-1 against the Angels in their last five meetings in northern California.

    Lackey is coming off his worst start of the season, allowing nine runs (eight earned) on 11 hits in five innings of Wednesday’s 9-5 loss in Tampa Bay. The Angels are just 2-7 in his last nine outings dating back to last September (playoffs included). In three career starts against the Giants, including two in the 2002 World Series, Lackey has allowed five earned runs in 17 innings of work (2.65 ERA).

    With Lackey pitching, the Angels are on runs of 16-5 when against National League teams, 6-2 versus N.L. West opposition and 6-2 on Monday, but they are just 1-5 in his last six when opening a series and 1-6 in his last seven when facing a team with a winning record.

    Zito got roughed up in Arizona on Wednesday, allowing four runs on seven hits in five innings, but his offense rallied for the 6-4 victory. Zito is 0-2 despite a strong 2.70 ERA at AT&T Park this season, though he’s made just two starts at home since May 4, allowing a combined seven runs on 18 hits in 13 innings in losses to the Cardinals and Nationals.

    Zito is 12-9 with a 3.55 ERA in 28 career starts against the Angels, all when he was with the A’s. San Francisco is 7-3 in Zito’s last 10 Monday outings but just 2-7 in his last nine against teams with a winning record and 1-7 in his last eight interleague starts.

    With Lackey on the hill, the Angels’ are on “under” runs of 13-3-3 in interleague games, 10-2 against the N.L. West, 8-2 on Mondays and 9-4 in the opener of a series. With Zito toeing the rubber, the Giants have stayed below the total in four of six at home and four of five interleague contests.

    As a team, the Angels are on “over” streaks of 4-1 overall, 7-3-1 on the road 4-1 in interleague action and 5-1 against southpaws. San Francisco is on “under” runs that include 7-3-2 overall, 8-3-1 in interleague action, 5-2-2 in interleague home games, 5-2 against right-handed pitching and 21-9-3 against A.L. West opposition. Finally, in this rare California rivalry, the under is 8-3-1 in the last 12 meetings in San Francisco.

    ATS ADVANTAGE: UNDER

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    Tom Freese

    LA Angels at SF Giants
    Pick: Angels -115

    The Angels are 16-5 their last 21 Interleague games vs. winning teams and they are 7-2 their last 9 road games vs. lefty starters. Los Angeles is 37-15 with John Lackey if they are off a loss and they are 8-3 with Lackey as a road favorite. San Francisco is 8-17 their last 25 Interleague games as underdogs and they are 3-11 their last 14 Interleague games vs. winning teams. Starting pitcher Barry Zito is 5-16 his 21 starts as a home underdog and he is off a phony win in his last start where he allowed twice as many baserunners as innings pitched. 10* PLAY ON LA ANGELS (Lackey vs. Zito).

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    PowerPlayWins

    3 - Los Angeles Angels -118

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    Cappers Access
    Brewers

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    Mighty Quinn

    Mighty hit with the Lakers ( 3 and series) Sunday night.

    Today it's the Brewers. The surplus is 1,040 sirignanos.

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    TampaSports

    Giants

    Blade

    Indians under

    Rock

    Giants over

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