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Tuesday May 30th 2006
--  Major League Baseball  --
Alex Smart
Boston Red Sox r919
(-139) *OPINION*
The Blue Jays starting pitcher Gustavo Chacin, despite of a 5-1 record this season, is not looking all that stable as is evident by a bloated 5.31 ERA! He has been on the DL for the last few weeks because of some minor cuts and scrapes! I personally believe that management wanted to shelf the kid, so they could help him work on his mechanics and before his confidence was completely shot! His pitching opponent from the BoSox Josh Beckett brings a 7-1 record along with a 3.80 ERA in this contest, including going undefeated in the month of May! With that said, and considering todays pitching matchup ,backing the Red Sox makes for what I believe is a viable wager! Final notes & Trends: The Blue Jays are 3-7 in their L/10 games as an underdog of +110 to +150! Play on the Red Sox
Bradley Owen
New York Yankees r917
Detroit Tigers r918
o10.5 (-110) *OPINION*
Baseball free plays from Owen are 9-5 and +4.97 units right here on the free picks page after cashings Sunday night's ESPN game with the A's and Rangers going under.

Tonight I expect to see a good number of runs scored as the Yankees match up with Detroit. On the mound are two pitchers struggling right now. Aaron Small has not performed anything like last year in Pinstripes and presently has a 8.59 ERA. Roman Colon opposes for the Tigers and makes his first start after pitching out of the bullpen for the first quarter of the season.

With both teams showing an ability to put runs on the board, this has the makings of being a high scoring game. Since Sheffield came back from his spell on the DL, the Yankees offense have been able to put runs on the board evidenced by the fact that the Pinstripes are 6-2 OVER in their last 8 road games.

The Yankees are 28-17-1 OVER on the road when they are off a win in which they never trailed.

Play Yankees and Tigers OVER 10.5 (-110) as your free play.
Pacific Star
Cleveland Indians r924
(-130) *OPINION*
The Cleveland Indians are coming off an embarrasing 11-0 whitewashing by the White Sox on Monday and tonight they send LHP CC Sabathia to the mound. Sabathia has been nothing short of brilliant thus far this season, posting a 1.52 ERA, a WHIP less than 1.00, and a K/BB ratio of 36-7. He is 9-3 career vs the White Sox including a win against them already this year. Furthermore, Chicago is averaging almost a full run less this year vs left-handed pitching and hitting only .261.

The Pale Hose send LHP Mark Buehrle to the mound, and while he is an outstanding pitcher in his own right, he got shellacked and took the loss against the Indians on May 2, giving up 7 runs in 5 2/3 innings. He has a losing career record vs Cleveland and is a much better pitcher at home then he is on the road.

Take Cleveland to rebound from last night's fiasco.
--  National Hockey League  --
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Carolina Hurricanes r7
Buffalo Sabres r8
o6.0 (105) *OPINION*
This series has not exactly featured some world-class goaltending, so we see some nice value on the OVER at + odds in this spot.

In fact the OVER is now 7-3 in the last 10 head-to-head meetings between these clubs including the regular season. The Hurricanes can score goals with the best of them offensively, but their goalie situation is murky as neither Martin Gerber or Cam Ward has taken hold of the number one spot. As a result, the OVER is now 53-37, 59.0 percent in all Carolina games this season including the playoffs, with an average combined total score of 6.44 goals per game.

Similarly, the Sabres have been potent offensively at home this year averaging an impressive 3.60 goals per game in this building, but the goaltending of Ryan Miller has left much to be desired at times. Ever since coming up big in the opening game of this series, Miller has allowed 15 goals in the last four games, allowing four goals three times and three goals in the other contest. Also this will be the first time in the brief career of Miller that his team is facing elimination, so it will be interesting to see how he responds.





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