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MLB: Florida floundering and in rotten situation

Both Atlanta and Florida are on the outer reaches of the race for the wild card chase, nevertheless, both still have a chance if they could put together a significant winning streak and Colorado would falter. The Braves have placed themselves in the better position having won the last two nights against the Marlins at Land Shark Stadium, leaving them three games behind the Rockies. Florida has been in a swoon and will find it difficult to recover tonight, going up against a powerful betting system. Get more about this key game on the LIVE ODDS, BETTING TRENDS, and TEAM STATISTICS pages.

Atlanta (70-62, -3.5 units) is chasing its first postseason berth in four years and has helped itself immensely winning eight of its last 11 games on the road, moving to 35-32 on the season as visitors. The Braves are 19-9 after five or more consecutive road games this season and have named Javier Vazquez (11-9, 3.02 ERA) as starter, who will be seeking his fifth straight road win.

Atlanta has won Vazquez’s last five starts on the road and he is 7-2 with 2.96 ERA in Braves traveling uniforms and the linemakers at have made this combination a -150 money line favorite.

Florida (68-64, +0.9 units) has been in a tailspin at just the wrong time, losing nine of its last 13 games. The bats haven’t been able to keep up with the Florida weather and have averaged a cool four runs per game in the process, compared to 4.7 on the season.

The Marlins failed to take advantage of a favorable situation last night facing Tim Hudson, who was making his first start in 13 months after elbow surgery, but scored only two runs in 5 1/3 innings against him and three on the night in a frustrating 4-3 defeat.

Rich VandenHurk (2-2, 5.12) gets the ball for Florida after being a September call-up from the minors, having had success against the Braves with 2-0 record and 3.91 ERA in five lifetime starts. While that makes Fish fans hopeful, the fact remains VandenHurk was sent back down to the minors in mid-August after posting 7.98 ERA in three previous starts.

This leads to a potentially lucrative system for the baseball sports bettor that reads this way.

Play Against home underdogs with a money line of +125 to +175, who are an average NL offensive team scoring 4.3 to 4.8 runs a game, against a good starting pitcher (ERA of 3.70 or less), after a loss by two runs or less.
Dating back to 1997, this superb system is 53-14, 79.1 percent, with the average margin of victory being 2.6 runs per game. This profitable system is enhanced with Vazquez and the Braves 13-3 as road favorite of -110 or higher. Consider this as potential play in Wednesday baseball action.

Why not bet San Diego tonight?

It may not seem like Football Live Betting Lines nfl football betting Online Bingo Online Bingo Rooms Bicimotos a lot, but San Diego has won three of its last four games for the first time in over a month. On Wednesday night, the Padres will continue a 4-game set at home against the Astros, trying to make it four out of five. Oddsmakers have put them as +110 underdogs. Don’t let the line dissuade you though, San Diego is backed by two different powerful FoxSheets systems.

Here are those systems. They are similar but still unique. The first one is a rare 5* StatFox Super Situation:

Play Against - Road teams when the money line is +125 to -125 (HOUSTON) - with a bad bullpen that blows 38% or more of their save opportunities against opponent with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 6.70 or worse on the season (NL)
(74-21 since 1997.) (77.9%, +51.5 units. Rating=5*)

The other one reads as follows:

Play On - Any team (SAN DIEGO) - with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 6.70 or worse on the season (NL), after 2 straight games where the bullpen gave up no earned runs
(44-18 over the last 5 seasons.) (71.0%, +34.8 units. Rating=4*)

Both systems seem to be indicating that this game could be decided in the late innings, and the fact that San Diego’s bullpen is pitching well, and Houston’s is not, gives the Padres an edge.

On Tuesday, the Padres snapped their six-game skid to the Astros, but they may have lost their best player in the processwith Adrian Gonzalez departing after straining his right knee sliding into third on a fourth-inning RBI triple.

"We're going to see how it sets up overnight, and (Wednesday) morning we'll see if there is a need for any tests," manager Bud Black said.

Gonzalez has played in 283 straight games, the longest current streak in the majors. He's 22 shy of Steve Garvey's franchise record.

San Diego is last in baseball with 291 runs and a .236 batting average. The Padres hit .230 while losing 17 of 26 in June. They dropped 10 of 15 at Petco Park last month after winning 10 in a row there from May 7-24.

San Diego will hand the ball to Walter Silva (0-1, 9.35 ERA), who makes his fifth career start. The 32-year-old rookie walked four and allowed a season-high nine runs over 2 1-3 innings of Friday's 12-2 loss to Texas.

The Astros (36-39) counter with veteran right-hander Brian Moehler (4-4, 6.05). Houston has won his last three starts and seven of the previous nine. Moehler gave up four runs - one earned - in five innings of Thursday's 5-4 victory over Kansas City. He didn't get the decision after Houston committed three errors.

Houston is 13-5 against the NL West in 2009, but 2-5 at Petco Park.

Game time is 10:05 PM ET in San Diego.

Football Betting is back on Wednesday!
It might not be the first day of the college season, nor the start of the NFL preseason for that matter, but football bettors can still rejoice that the action is back on Wednesday night, with the CFL offering a Canada Day doubleheader. It’s a unique set of games in that the first one pits the two worst teams of a year ago, while the second matches the defending Grey Cup finalists from 2008. Still, both contests should be competitive. Here’s a quick look at both, including some key betting info, direct from FoxSheets.

In the opening matchup, Hamilton will host Toronto. These teams combined to win just three and four games respectively a year ago, at least four less than any other clubs, so work clearly needs to be done. Despite that, cautious optimism still reigns supreme. Hamilton will likely be handing the reigns of the team to young quarterback Quinton Porter, who last started for Boston College in the 2005 season. He will be guiding an offense that actually produced well in ’08, scoring 24.5 PPG while gaining a respectable 8.2 yards per pass attempt.

Defensively in where the Tiger Cats really need to improve in order to be more competitive this season. That unit yielded 32.9 PPG to opponents last season, second most in the CFL, not coincidentally to, Toronto.

The Argonauts have not won a game since Labour Day and have a new coach with no CFL experience. Still, there is hope that Bart Andrus and his staff can help quarterback Kerry Joseph return to the form that made him a league MVP and a Grey Cup champion with Saskatchewan in 2007.

Toronto was outscored by 13.1 PPG, and was probably fortunate to win four games in ’08, as it ranked dead last in the league in both points scored and allowed.

The Argos opened as a 1-1/2 point favorite, but since the line has moved to Hamilton minus-2. The total has settled in at 51.5. The Argos have won three of the last four head-to-head games in Hamilton, both straight up and ATS, including that Labour Day triumph, 34-31.

Both teams sported ugly 2-7 SU & ATS records in the current home/road dichotomies, so no real advantage can be gained in that analysis. The StatFox Game Estimator #1 projects a 33-26 win for the hosts.

If you’re interested in backing a top trend for game one of the twinbill, consider that HAMILTON is 18-5 UNDER (+12.5 Units), and TORONTO 18-6 UNDER (+11.4 Units) in the first two weeks of the season since 1996.

The nightcap is certainly a bit more intriguing of a game, as defending champion Calgary welcomes runner up Montreal to town. The Stampeders opened as a 3-1/2 point favorite but have been bet up to minus-7.5.

Calgary is the favorite by oddsmakers to repeat as CFL champ, but if any team is to stand in its way, it would be Montreal, the heavy favorite in the East Division. Repeating a Grey Cup title has proven to be a tough task. It's only been done five times, with the 1996-97 Argonauts being the last team to accomplish the feat. The Stampeders will be looking to be the sixth team.

"The thing is, we didn't peak last year - in any of the phases (of football)," said Stamps quarterback Henry Burris. "This year, that gives us that challenge to go out there and build the right way and make sure we're peaking at the right time - and actually peak this season."

For a team that didn't peak, Calgary was pretty good. They finished 13-5 and were second in the league with 568 points scored. The defence allowed just 387 points against, tops in the CFL. Coach John Hufnagel was named the CFL's Coach of the Year.

If Calgary does repeat, they would be just the fourth team to win the Grey Cup as the host. The last team to pull that off was the B.C. Lions in 1994.

The Alouettes won the East at 11-7 last year and will have 2008 Most Outstanding Player Anthony Calvillo back at quarterback to lead an offence that led the league with 584 points scored. Avon Cobourne will chase the league's first 1,000 yard rushing and 1,000 yard receiving season. He was on pace to do it last year before injuring his ankle.

One notable stat plagues the Alouettes. They were 0-3 playing Calgary last season, including the 22-14 Grey Cup setback. Montreal scored just 21.0 PPG in those three contests, well below the 35.1 PPG pace set in the other 17 games it played.

There are two key StatFox Power Trends available for Wednesday’s game:

Favoring Calgary ATS:
CALGARY is 8-1 ATS (+6.9 Units) in non-conference games over the last 2 seasons. The average score was CALGARY 33.3, OPPONENT 18.2 - (Rating = 1*)

Favoring Under the Total:
MONTREAL is 18-6 UNDER (+11.4 Units) in the first two weeks of the season since 1996. The average score was MONTREAL 28.9, OPPONENT 17.8 - (Rating = 1*)

The StatFox Game Estimator calls for only a 30-26 win by Calgary, so it would seem that oddsmakers had it right when they opened up the line. We’ll see if bettors have gotten a bit overzealous in backing the defending champs.

Tune in to both games in HD on Canada’s TSN tonight, starting at 7:00 PM ET.

MLB: Top MLB Weekend Power Trends 5/1-5/3

The first weekend of May is well known in betting circles for the annual running of horse racing’s biggest event, the Kentucky Derby. However, there are still plenty of other options to choose from if you’re not an avid follower of “The Sport of Kings”. On the diamond, there are several intriguing series’ that will kick off the season’s second month. Already some interesting stories have unfolded. Several expected contenders are struggling, while many projected doormats are at or near the top of their respective divisions. It’s was a typical April as well, dominated by pitching, and streaking teams of all sorts. We’ll go through much of that as we preview this weekend’s top action while also delivering some of the Top StatFox Power Trends for you to consider in your wagering.

One month into the ’09 campaign, the three teams with the top records in baseball reside in the National League, and all are atop their divisions. In the Central, St. Louis owns the league’s top mark at 16-7, having gone 8-2 in its L10 contests. This weekend, the Cardinals are visiting, ironically, the league’s worst club, Washington, who sport’s a 5-16 mark. Life against the lowly Nationals has not been easy for St. Louis lately however, as prior to Thursday’s series opening win by the Cards, the teams had split their last 12 games. In the East, division leading Florida has gotten hot again, and travels to face one of its favorite opponents, the Cubs. The Marlins have been very streaky, winning their last three games after dropping their prior seven. In this head-to-head series, Florida has won 10 of the last 14 meetings. The West leading Dodgers are at home for a 4-game set vs. San Diego. L.A. won Thursday’s opener to extend to a 3-1/2 game lead in the division. The Padres are just 2-8 since opening the season on a 9-3 surge. Finally, red-hot Milwaukee, winners of eight of its L10 games, hosts Arizona in a 4-game set as well. The Brewers boast this weekend’s most prolific Top Trend in terms of won-lost percentage. See below.

In the junior circuit this weekend, the highlight series features a rematch of last year’s A.L. Championship tilt, and if Thursday’s series opener is any indication, the Rays will be picking up where they left off in October. Tampa Bay whipped Boston 13-0 in that contest, outhitting the Red Sox 18-1. The Rays are now 7-3 versus Boston in the L10 series meetings, and will need to extend that run if they are to chip into the 5-1/2 games currently separating the teams in the standings. Elsewhere in the American League, two of the preseason favorites for the pennant get together in New York, as the Yankees host the Angels. Neither team has played playoff caliber baseball to this point, but perhaps the turn of the calendar can inject a fire. Even despite New York’s 7-4 win in the series opener on Thursday, the Halos still own a 13-7 edge in the head-to-head series dating back to ’07.

Take a look at some of the top betting angles you can utilize on this weekend’s baseball board:

FLORIDA is 36-19 (+21.2 Units) against the money line vs. an NL team with a team batting average of .255 or worse over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was FLORIDA 5.0, OPPONENT 4.4 - (Rating = 2*)

NY METS are 9-23 (-19.3 Units) against the money line vs. NL teams scoring 5.3 or more runs/game on the season over the last 3 seasons.
The average score was NY METS 4.6, OPPONENT 5.6 - (Rating = 2*)

WASHINGTON is 26-63 (-28.2 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a winning record over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was WASHINGTON 3.8, OPPONENT 5.4 - (Rating = 1*)

PITTSBURGH is 11-24 (-15.3 Units) against the money line vs. an NL team with a team batting average of .245 or worse over the last 3 seasons.
The average score was PITTSBURGH 3.9, OPPONENT 4.9 - (Rating = 1*)

ATLANTA is 8-20 (-14.9 Units) against the money line vs. a mediocre bullpen whose WHIP is 1.450 to 1.550 over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was ATLANTA 3.6, OPPONENT 5.0 - (Rating = 2*)

MILWAUKEE is 27-5 (+18.6 Units) against the money line in home games vs. an NL team with an on base percentage .315 or worse over the last 3 seasons.
The average score was MILWAUKEE 5.5, OPPONENT 2.7 - (Rating = 1*)

SAN DIEGO is 25-51 (-23.5 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a winning record over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was SAN DIEGO 3.6, OPPONENT 5.1 - (Rating = 1*)

SAN FRANCISCO is 5-23 (-18.8 Units) against the money line vs. good baserunning teams - averaging 0.85 or more SB's/game over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was SAN FRANCISCO 3.5, OPPONENT 5.9 - (Rating = 3*)

LA ANGELS are 24-12 (+11.5 Units) against the money line vs. an AL team with an on base percentage of .345 or better over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was LA ANGELS 5.8, OPPONENT 4.8 - (Rating = 1*)

BALTIMORE is 25-56 (-26.5 Units) against the money line vs. a good bullpen whose WHIP is 1.350 or better over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was BALTIMORE 4.3, OPPONENT 5.8 - (Rating = 1*)

DETROIT is 30-47 (-28.2 Units) against the money line against division opponents over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was DETROIT 4.8, OPPONENT 5.6 - (Rating = 2*)

TAMPA BAY is 9-0 (+9.1 Units) against the money line in home games when playing against a top-level team (Win Pct. > 62%) over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was TAMPA BAY 6.8, OPPONENT 2.7 - (Rating = 1*)

CHI WHITE SOX are 55-32 (+20.5 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a losing record over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was CHI WHITE SOX 5.6, OPPONENT 4.2 - (Rating = 1*)

MINNESOTA is 33-15 OVER (+17.0 Units) vs. teams outscoring opp by 0.5 or more runs/game on the season over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was MINNESOTA 4.3, OPPONENT 5.8 - (Rating = 2*)

SEATTLE is 29-55 (-27.3 Units) against the money line vs. AL teams scoring 4.7 or less runs/game on the season over the last 2 seasons.
The average score was SEATTLE 3.9, OPPONENT 5.1 - (Rating = 1*)