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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Apr 23, 2018
A's vs Rangers
-126 at 5Dimes
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10* Oakland (8:05 ET): Go ahead and tip your cap to the A's for what they did over the weekend, beating Boston twice. Lefty Sean Manaea pitched the first no-hitter in almost a quarter century vs. the Red Sox on Saturday, striking out 10, in a 3-0 win on Saturday. Then came Sunday when Kris Davis hit a game-winning, three-run homer in the bottom of the eighth to give the team a 4-1 victory. Consider that going into the weekend, Boston had lost only two times all season and one of those ocurred on Opening Day! Oakland's own record is now "squared away" at 11-11 as they head to Arlington to face Texas. While concern over a "letdown" is legitimate in this spot, I'm not overly worried as these Rangers are not a good team. They own the AL's fourth-worst record and run differential. 

Overall, the A's have won six of their last seven ballgames. In five of those wins, they've allowed two runs or fewer. They'll hand the baseball to Trevor Cahill tonight, hoping he cotinues the trend. Cahill is responsible for one of those five gems as his 1st start of '18 really could not have gone any better as he pitched seven scoreless innings of five-hit ball w/ 8 K's. Granted, it came against the White Sox, but Texas isn't much better. The Rangers rank in the bottom third of the league in runs scored per game and even w/ yday's 7-4 win over Seattle (allowed them to avoid a sweep), they're just 3-10 at home this season. Cahill is 10-4 w/ a 2.79 ERA in 17 career starts vs. Texas, who has posted B2B wins only one time this season. 

It also helps Cahill's cause that the Oakland offense has been rounding into form. Over the last seven games, the team is averaging 6.0 rpg w/ a collective batting average of .279. Meanwhile, pitching has been the weak spot for this Texas club, who is 25th in runs per game allowed (5.2). They got a surprisingly strong effort from Martin Perez yday vs. the Mariners, but I wouldn't count on the same thing today from Matt Moore, who is struggling w/ a 5.59 ERA and 1.707 WHIP after four starts. That's even after a quality showing last week vs. Tampa Bay. But in his first three starts, Moore had allowed 12 runs in 12 1/3 IP and twice had more walks than strikeouts (that's never a good sign). He also is 1-2 all-time vs. Oakland w/ a 7.07 ERA. Visiting teams are averaging 6.4 rpg so far at Globe Life Stadium thanks to a stunning .296 batting average. 10* Oakland 

Matchup Selection W/L
NHL  |  Apr 23, 2018
Capitals vs Blue Jackets
OVER 5½ +101 Won
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10* Over Capitals/Blue Jackets (7:35 ET): Here's what I wrote in my analysis prior to Game 5, which wound up being a 4-3 overtime win for the Caps: "It's about time the home team won a game in this series, no?" That's precisely what they did, though for a fourth time in the series, things did go to OT. Winners of the last three games in this series (two in OT), Washington can now close Columbus out, but must do so on the road. Given how this series has gone (road team won each of the first four games), maybe that's not such a big deal, but at the same time I'm not sure I see the Blue Jackets losing a third straight home game. Seeing as how every game in the series has seen at least five total goals scored, Over seems like the most logical call here and that's the way I'll go. 

Overtime has been the rule, not the exception, in this series. But something novel did take place in Game 5 and that was Columbus actually finishing with the edge in shots on goal. It was 42-29, the most shots on goal the Blue Jackets have had in any individual game in the series. Not that it ended up mattering though. They needed a late goal in the third period to force OT. Their only lead of the game came on a short-handed goal that opened the scoring in the 1st period. That said, they've scored at least three goals in regulation in all but one game in the series. They get Alexander Wennberg back for Game 5 (missed previous three games). Wennberg is the team's second line center and can also help on the power play, an area desperately need of some assistance for Columbus. They've gone 0 for the last 12 after scoring four times w/ the man advantage in the first two games. 

Washington has scored a PP goal in every game in this series. Not a surprise, they ranked 7th in that department in the regular season. There have been a lot of shots in this series w/ the Caps averaging 39.0 per game. That's making life difficult for Columbus goalie Sergei Bobrovsky, who has allowed 17 goals total in the five games. Braden Holtby, who didn't start the first two games for Washington between the pipes, has come in and helped turn the tide w/ a .936 save percentage in the series. The team has won all three of his starts, but remember he also posted an .895 save percentage on the road during the regular season. While the Caps are 6-2 Over their last eight games, the Blue Jackets are 9-2 Over their last 11. 10* Over Capitals/Blue Jackets

Matchup Selection W/L
NBA  |  Apr 23, 2018
Thunder vs Jazz
+5½ -105 at pinnacle
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10* Oklahoma City (10:35 ET): The Thunder fell behind in this best of seven series, two games to one, w/ a 115-102 loss on Friday. After taking Game 1, OKC has now dropped back to back games and would be in REAL trouble were they to lose again here. Oddly, after getting off to poor starts in both home games, the Thunder raced out to a 30-22 advantage at the end of the 1st quarter in Game 3. But they found themselves down by halftime and a surprising triple double from Jazz PG Ricky Rubio led to the final result. The Thunder shot the ball well enough, but were outrebounded badly. Given how Utah tends to defend here in Salt Lake, wasting a good shooting night can end up as a big missed opportunity when viewed in retrospect. But I'll take the points here in Game 4 as I expect the Thunder to play better. 

I'd go ahead and guarantee that we won't be seeing another triple double from Rubio, but Russell Westbrook has already beaten me to the punch in that regard. Westbrook has declared that he will see to it. It would also help if the All-Star point guard shot better than 5 for 17 like he did in Game 3. I suspect he will and thus finish w/ more than 14 points. Though he continues to post good all-around numbers, Westbrook has really struggled in both Thunder losses in this series, going for just 33 total pts on 12 of 36 shooting. Paul George has played well, but Carmelo Anthony has been persona non grata, averaging just 15.3 PPG in the series. The Thunder are 7-4 SU off a double digit loss this season and rarely are a dog in that role (as they are here). 

Utah was my 10* Game of the Week in Game 2 (plus the points) and rewarded me there w/ a straight up victory. I wasn't surprised to see them win Game 3 either, but now I question the number of points they're being asked to lay. This has been a great team down the stretch obviously as they've won 30 of their last 37 games overall. But in eight meetings this year w/ the Thunder, they've been favored by more than 1.5 pts just twice and Friday was the first time. The Jazz also shot well in Game 3, better overall than the Thunder in fact, and I don't see them hitting 52.5% overall from the field again. Nor do I see B2B blowouts, so again, taking the points is the way to go. 10* Oklahoma City


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