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    Incredibili gli Yankees.Peccato ma li riprendo anche oggi nelle mie 3 giocate

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    Small Bet 10$ - Big Bet 50$

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    Ragazzi una domanda...visto che parlate di varianza...ma nel giocare le multiple in teoria non dovrebbe aumentare quasi esponenzialmente?
    Stanotte cmq ricco 3-1 per le singole

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    Scusate ho sbagliato forum...dovevo scriverla su quello di hockey...cmq la domanda era per @gurupoker quindi la ripropongo uguale sia a lui che a chiunque voglia rispondermi

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    Ragazzi una domanda...visto che parlate di varianza...ma nel giocare le multiple in teoria non dovrebbe aumentare quasi esponenzialmente?
    Stanotte cmq ricco 3-1 per le singole
    senza dubbio sale....a tal proposito se nn ricordo male @RAMIREZ aveva scritto qualcosa su questo discorso.
    io cmq gioco e propongo nei pezzi (come anche gli altri tipsters in bet) al 90% abbondante singole...ogni tanto provo qualche multipla, ma quelle che vedi o sono giocate con sistemini anche in doppia e difficilmente supero le 3 selezione. il resto sono teaser, ovvero giocate specialmente nella nba variando gli H o le linee O/U...e penso che siano profittevoli, ma sempre sulle 3 selezioni max.
    non sono uno da lenzuoloni, e alla fine credo che una buona giocata singola, anche se a quota minore, sia sempre +ev, e negli sport usa questo vale come non mai
    my2c

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    MLB - Risultati 2 Aprile
    Ieri un altra buona giornata nei pronostici MLB del 2 aprile che chiudiamo 3-1. Da inizio stagione siamo 5-2 giÓ in profitto. Curioso il fatto che i due errori di pronostico siano entrambi derivanti dalla doppia sconfitta degli Yankees che hanno aperto male la stagione a Houston, perdendo anche ieri 3-1 contro gli Astros. Entrano invece le giocate sui Tigers che passano 2-1 sui Royals, e dei Pirates che tornano a darci una gioia vincendo anche la seconda sfida contro i Cubs. Infine entra senza problemi l'Over a Chicago con i White Sox che superano 7-6 i Twins. Tra gli altri risultati abbiamo la prima vittoria stagionale dei campioni in carica, i Red Sox che si riscattano vincendo 6-2 a Baltimore. Ancora male gli Angels che perdono ancora (8-2) in casa contro i Mariners. I Reds si prendono la rivincita in un altra partita chiusa di misura 1-0 sui Cardinals. Escono trionfanti anche i Dodgers da San Diego dopo la sconfitta all'esordio stagionale contro i Padres.

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    MLB - Quote 3 Aprile

    Vincente incontro


    giovedý 03/04/2014 ore 18:35 1 2
    Pittsburgh Pirates - Chicago Cubs 1,55 2,30
    Cincinnati Reds - St. Louis Cardinals 1,80 1,90
    giovedý 03/04/2014 ore 18:40 1 2
    Marlins Mia - Rockies Col 1,90 1,80
    giovedý 03/04/2014 ore 19:08 1 2
    Detroit Tigers - Kansas City Royals 1,60 2,20
    giovedý 03/04/2014 ore 19:10 1 2
    New York Mets - Washington Nationals 2,15 1,63
    giovedý 03/04/2014 ore 20:10 1 2
    Chicago White Sox - Minnesota Twins 1,65 2,10
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 01:05 1 2
    Baltimore Orioles - Boston Red Sox 1,80 1,90
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 01:10 1 2
    Tampa Bay Devil Rays - Toronto Blue Jays 1,60 2,20
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 02:10 1 2
    Houston Astros - New York Yankees 2,10 1,65
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 04:05 1 2
    Oakland Athletics - Seattle Mariners 1,70 2,05

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    MLB - Preview 3 Aprile

    Preview: Royals at Tigers
    GAME: Kansas City Royals (0-2) at Detroit Tigers (2-0)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 1:08 PM EST
    WHERE: Comerica Park, Detroit, Michigan
    LINE: 137, -149 TOTAL: 7.5
    The Detroit Tigers have opened the campaign with back-to-back walkoff victories and look to complete a three-game sweep of visiting Kansas City in Thursday’s series finale. Recent signee Alex Gonzalez delivered the game-winning hit in the ninth inning of Monday’s Opening Day win and offseason acquisition Ian Kinsler drilled the decisive hit in the 10th inning of Wednesday’s contest. Reigning American League ERA champion Anibal Sanchez takes the mound in the finale for Detroit.
    The Royals have scored just four runs in the series and rallied to force extra innings on Wednesday before succumbing 2-1 in the 10th. Four players have combined for 11 of Kansas City’s 13 hits in the series as stalwarts such as Alex Gordon (1-of-6) and Billy Butler (1-for-7) have struggled and new ledoff hitter Nori Aoki is hitless in nine at-bats. Kinsler had three of Detroit’s six hits on Wednesday and slugger Miguel Cabrera is 1-for-7 in the series.
    TV: 1:08 p.m. ET, FSN Kansas City, FSN Detroit
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Royals RH Yordano Ventura (2013: 0-1, 3.52 ERA) vs. Tigers RH Anibal Sanchez (14-8, 2.57)
    Ventura made three starts late last season and struck out 11 and gave up three homers in 15 1/3 innings. His fastball often reaches 100 mph and the 22-year-old also mixes in a solid curveball and a deceptive changeup. Ventura struck out 23 and walked six in 23 1/3 spring training innings.
    Sanchez dealt with shoulder issues during the spring and manager Brad Ausmus indicated his pitch count will be watched closely. He had little trouble shutting down the Royals last season when he went 2-1 with a 1.33 ERA in 20 1/3 innings over three starts. Overall, Sanchez is 3-2 with a 1.00 ERA in five career starts against Kansas City.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Gordon went 4-for-9 against Sanchez last season and is 5-for-15 overall.
    2. Detroit RHP Joe Nathan blew his first save opportunity with the team on Wednesday. Ironically, he was 19-of-19 against the Tigers at Comerica Field prior to joining the team in the offseason.
    3. Royals C Salvador Perez is 5-for-7 over the first two games but is hitless in nine career at-bats against Sanchez.


    Preview: Cubs at Pirates
    GAME: Chicago Cubs (0-2) at Pittsburgh Pirates (2-0)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 12:35 PM EST
    WHERE: PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    LINE: 151, -164 TOTAL: 7.5
    As the Chicago Cubs begin the road back to respectability, offseason acquisitions such as veteran right-hander Jason Hammel will be key to bridging the gap to future success. Hammel on Thursday gets his first chance to impress his new employer when the Cubs complete a three-game series in Pittsburgh against the Pirates. "We just need a few guys in the clubhouse to take charge and the other guys to follow suit and everybody push in the same direction and right now we're getting that,'' Hammel told reporters in spring training while also realizing he could become another in a long line of Cubs traded for prospects by a team out of contention in July.
    Hammel will oppose Wandy Rodriguez, who proved healthy with a solid spring training and will make his first regular-season start since June 5 because of forearm tendinitis. The teams will likely be bleary-eyed as Wednesday's contest - a 3-2 Pirates' victory in 16 innings - was the longest game ever played in Pittsburgh at 5 hours, 55 minutes and ended around 1 a.m. ET. Both managers would appreciate their starters going deep as 15 pitchers were used Wednesday - nine by Chicago.
    TV: 12:35 p.m. ET, MLB Network, CSN Chicago, ROOT (Pittsburgh)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Cubs RH Jason Hammel (2013: 7-8, 4.97 ERA) vs. Pirates LH Wandy Rodriguez (2013: 6-4, 3.59)
    Hammel, who was 6-3 on the road last season, wrapped up a two-year stint in Baltimore in which he was 15-14 with a 4.27 ERA in 46 appearances (43 starts) before signing with the Cubs for one year and $6.75 million, a contract which could prove friendly to a contender come pennant race time. The 31-year-old Greenville, S.C., native, 49-59 with a 4.80 ERA in his career, recorded a 3.24 ERA over 16 2/3 innings in spring training and appears poised to help solidify the Cubs' rotation. Hammel last faced Pittsburgh on April 30, 2011 while with Colorado and allowed one run in seven innings of a 4-1 victory while yielding a home run to Andrew McCutchen.
    Rodriguez registered a 3.09 ERA over 11 2/3 innings in spring training and appears to have overcome the mental aspect of his injury. "I feel very happy because when I started spring training, I was thinking a lot about my arm," Rodriguez told reporters. "Every time I throw, I feel good." The 35-year-old Dominican Republic native is 9-7 with a 3.60 ERA in 24 starts against the Cubs - 2-0, 2.13 in two starts last season - and has had little trouble shutting down Starlin Castro (4-for-25, three walks).
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Pirates rookie C Tony Sanchez, wh won Wednesday's game with a pinch-hit RBI single in his first at-bat of the season, will likely start Thursday after Russell Martin caught all 16 innings.
    2. The Cubs' Emilio Bonifacio went 5-for-7 on Wednesday - a career high for hits - and is 9-for-12 in his first two games with the Cubs.
    3. Rodriguez had two of Pittsburgh's 29 hits - including a two-run homer - in the Pirates' 22-5 spring training victory over Toronto on March 25.


    Preview: Twins at White Sox
    GAME: Minnesota Twins (0-2) at Chicago White Sox (2-0)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 2:10 PM EST
    WHERE: U.S Cellular Field, Chicago, Illinois
    LINE: 125, -135 TOTAL: 7.5
    The Minnesota Twins and Chicago White Sox took turns going through some bullpen issues in the second game of the season, with the White Sox getting the better of things in the end. Chicago will attempt a three-game sweep of the opening set when it hosts the Twins in the series finale on Thursday. The White Sox are getting plenty of offense from Alexei Ramirez, who recorded a pair of hits in each of the first two games.
    The Twins took a 6-4 lead into the ninth on Wednesday only to have closer Glen Perkins blow his first save opportunity of the season. Samuel Deduno got a chance in the 11th and was called for a balk before a pair of wild pitches allowed Leury Garcia to cross with the game-winning run. Chicago received strong starting pitching in each of the first two games but had the middle relief let the team down on Wednesday, when Scott Downs and Nate Jones combined to allow three runs without recording an out.
    TV: 2:10 p.m. ET, FSN North (Minnesota), WGN (Chicago)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Twins RH Phil Hughes (2013: 4-14, 5.19 ERA) vs. White Sox LH Jose Quintana (2013: 9-7, 3.51)
    Hughes was part of Minnesota’s offseason overhaul, signing a three-year, $24 million deal with the team in hopes that a change of scenery will get him back to the 18-game winner he was in 2010. The 27-year-old struggled to keep the ball in the yard the past two seasons, surrendering a total of 59 home runs in 336 innings while dealing with the cozy dimensions of the new Yankee Stadium. Hughes went 2-1 with a 1.61 ERA in four starts against Chicago over the previous three seasons.
    The White Sox rewarded Quintana with a five-year contract extension over the winter and are hoping his win total will increase with some added run support. The 25-year-old Colombia native received less than four runs of support in 2013 and picked up only two wins in his last eight games despite six quality starts in that span. Quintana went 2-1 with a 4.08 ERA in three starts against Minnesota last season while striking out 18 in 17 2/3 innings.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Twins C Josmil Pinto is expected to get his first start of the season on Thursday after Kurt Suzuki started the first two contests.
    2. Cuban import Jose Abreu is 3-for-8 with two RBIs and a pair of walks in his first two major league games for Chicago.
    3. Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire is two wins shy of 1,000 for his career.


    Preview: Cardinals at Reds
    GAME: St. Louis Cardinals (1-1) at Cincinnati Reds (1-1)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 12:35 PM EST
    WHERE: Great American Ball Park, Cincinnati, Ohio
    LINE: 101, -109 TOTAL: 7.5
    St. Louis right-hander Lance Lynn begins what he hopes is another successful season for the team - and himself - when the Cardinals visit the Cincinnati Reds on Thursday in the finale of a three-game series. "I've had two pretty good years so far. Hopefully this year is even better," Lynn told the Indianapolis Star. "You got to try to get better every day and that's the way I take it." Lynn and teammate Adam Wainwright share the National League lead with 33 victories over the last two seasons.
    Cincinnati counters with Homer Bailey, who received a six-year, $105 million contract extension during the offseason despite finishing 11-12 in 2013. The Reds defeated the Cardinals 1-0 on Wednesday when Chris Heisey's RBI single in the ninth inning ended a game that was delayed at the start for 2 hours, 40 minutes because of rain. Cincinnati avenged a 1-0 loss to St. Louis on Opening Day by snapping a six-game home losing streak.
    TV: 12:35 p.m. ET, MLB Network, FSN Midwest (St. Louis), FSN Ohio (Cincinnati)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Cardinals RH Lance Lynn (2013: 15-10, 3.97 ERA) vs. Reds RH Homer Bailey (2013: 11-12, 3.49)
    Lynn, who is also scheduled to start against Cincinnati on Tuesday, struck out 27 and walked only five in 16 1/3 innings during the spring, but posted a 6.06 ERA. The 26-year-old Brownsburg, Ind., native went 3-1 with a 3.38 ERA in five starts against the Reds last season, but "they don't give you postseason berths for good stats," he said. "They only give them for wins and losses." Zack Cozart is 6-for-17 with two home runs against Lynn while Joey Votto is 3-for-11 with five walks and five strikeouts.
    Bailey, who has improved his ERA for five consecutive seasons, missed a spring training start because of a sprained groin, but it didn't affect his preparation for this start. The 27-year-old La Grange, Texas, native and author of two no-hitters is 5-9 with a 4.74 ERA in 17 starts against the Cardinals, including 2-2, 4.01 in four starts last season. Matt Carpenter (10-for-16), Matt Holliday (12-for-35, two homers, seven RBIs) and Yadier Molina (8-for-25, two homers) have fared well against Bailey.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Lynn has won a World Series (2011), a National League pennant and reached an NL Championship Series in his three major-league seasons.
    2. Votto had his first two hits of the season Wednesday, with his double in the first inning the 1,000th hit of his career.
    3. Heavy rain is forecast for Thursday afternoon in Cincinnati.


    Preview: Red Sox at Orioles
    GAME: Boston Red Sox (1-1) at Baltimore Orioles (1-1)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 7:05 PM EST
    WHERE: Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore, Maryland
    LINE: 102, -110 TOTAL: 9
    The Boston Red Sox look to begin their World Series defense with a series victory over a division rival when they visit the Baltimore Orioles on Thursday in the finale of a three-game set. Boston dropped Monday's series opener 2-1 before posting a 6-2 victory Wednesday thanks to four RBIs from Mike Napoli and a two-run homer from David Ortiz. The Red Sox received a pair of strong outings from their starting pitchers, and Felix Doubront will try to become the third straight Boston hurler to yield two runs or fewer.
    The biggest bright spot for Baltimore has been the play of free-agent acquisition Nelson Cruz, who hit a home run in each of the first two games. Boston has several players off to a promising offensive start as well, led by Dustin Pedroia (6-for-10) and Napoli, who has reached base five times in the first two games. Orioles star Adam Jones, on the other hand, is looking to rebound after going 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in Wednesday's loss, although he is just 2-for-17 lifetime against Doubront.
    TV: 7:05 p.m. ET, MLB Network, NESN (Boston), MASN (Baltimore)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Red Sox LP Felix Doubront (2013: 11-6, 4.32 ERA) vs. Orioles Wei-Yin Chen (2013: 7-7, 4.07)
    Doubront has gotten off to a good start in each of the last two seasons, only to fade somewhat down the stretch. He is 4-0 with an ERA just north of 4.00 over the last two Aprils, including a 3-0 mark last season, but struggled to the tune of a 9.77 ERA in his final four starts last September. Doubront did rebound to allow just one run and three hits over seven innings in the playoffs, although that work came entirely in relief.
    Chen has a 5.08 ERA in seven career starts against Boston, including a 7.29 ERA in four starts last season. He was much more effective against left-handed hitters in 2013, limiting them to a .223 average while right-handers hit .286 against the Taiwanese southpaw. Statistically speaking, Chen's best month of 2013 was probably April, when he set personal bests for ERA (2.53) and opponents' batting average (.211).
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Opponents batted .357 this spring against Doubront, who posted a 7.11 ERA in five Grapefruit League starts.
    2. Cruz has not homered in three straight games since doing so for the Texas Rangers in Games 4, 5 and 6 of the 2011 ALCS against the Detroit Tigers.
    3. Pedroia is 11-for-19 against Chen.


    Preview: Rockies at Marlins
    GAME: Colorado Rockies (1-2) at Miami Marlins (2-1)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 12:40 PM EST
    WHERE: Marlins Park, Miami, Florida
    LINE: -111, 103 TOTAL: 7.5
    It is no secret the Miami Marlins are banking on a squadron of young pitchers to shake the franchise out of three consecutive 90-plus loss seasons, and Jacob Turner makes his season debut Thursday as the Marlins host the Colorado Rockies in the finale of a four-game series. The 22-year-old right-hander won only three games a year ago, but had a 3.74 ERA and can pitch the Marlins to a 3-1 start to the season with a victory. Franklin Morales, who spent his first five seasons with Colorado before spending the past three years with Boston, returns to the Rockies after an offseason trade and makes his first start Thursday.
    Colorado scored only four runs in the first two games of the series, but plated six runs in the first four innings of Wednesday’s 6-5 victory. Charlie Blackmon, who won a roster spot despite hitting .236 in spring training, reached base four times from the leadoff spot Wednesday to spark the Rockies’ offense. Miami saw Giancarlo Stanton blast his first homer of the season and got six scoreless innings from its bullpen, but three errors short-circuited the Marlins’ chances for a 3-0 start.
    TV: 12:40 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Florida (Miami)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Rockies LH Franklin Morales (2013: 2-2, 4.62 ERA) vs. Marlins RH Jacob Turner (2013: 3-8, 3.74)
    Morales won a rotation spot with a solid spring, going 3-1 with a 2.10 ERA in seven starts. The left-hander made 20 appearances – 19 out of the bullpen – for the World Series champion Red Sox last season, going 2-2 with a 4.62 ERA. The 28-year-old makes his 26th career start and is 1-0 in four appearances lifetime against the Marlins.
    The Marlins scored two runs or less in eight of Turner’s 20 starts a year ago, but he hurt his own cause at times, leading all National League pitchers with five errors and ranking ninth with 11 wild pitches. Turner wore down in September, posting an 8.16 ERA while losing all three of his starts. He is 0-2 lifetime against Colorado despite a 3.86 ERA in two starts.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Stanton has hit 11 homers in 27 career games against the Rockies.
    2. Colorado 3B Nolan Arenado is 3-for-6 with two RBIs lifetime against Turner.
    3. Colorado OF Carlos Gonzalez, who is 4-for-10 to start the season, left Wednesday's game in the sixth inning with dizziness.

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    Preview: Blue Jays at Rays
    GAME: Toronto Blue Jays (2-1) at Tampa Bay Rays (1-2)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 7:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida
    LINE: 137, -149 TOTAL: 7.5
    The Toronto Blue Jays can open their regular season by doing something they haven't done in seven years - winning a series at Tropicana Field. The Blue Jays look to end a 20-series winless drought Thursday night as they face the Rays in the finale of their four-game season-opening set. Toronto will send Brandon Morrow to the mound against fellow right-hander Chris Archer, who comes in fresh off signing a multi-year extension with Tampa Bay.
    Morrow has a difficult act to follow after watching veteran left-hander Mark Buehrle come within an out of a complete-game shutout in Wednesday's 3-0 Toronto victory. Not that Morrow needs the motivation - the hard-throwing right-hander is coming off one of the worst seasons of his career, one that saw him make just 10 starts due to a pinched radial nerve in his throwing arm. Toronto has gone 0-19-1 in its last 20 series in St. Petersburg dating back to April 2007.
    TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, RSN (Toronto), Sun Sports (Tampa Bay)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Blue Jays RH Brandon Morrow (2013: 2-3, 5.63 ERA) vs. Rays RH Chris Archer (2013: 9-7, 3.22)
    Toronto fans are wary of a pitcher that has made 30 starts in a season just once in his career, but Morrow says he feels good - and looked the part in his final spring start, striking out eight over 5 2/3 innings. "The key with him is health," manager John Gibbons said last month. "That's what's limited him the last couple years. If he's good and strong and makes all his starts, or at least most of them, we've got one of the better pitchers in baseball."
    Archer is the latest beneficiary of the Rays' philosophy of locking up young players with remaining arbitration years to long-term deals. The 25-year-old signed a six-year contract Wednesday that will pay him $25.5 million guaranteed and includes team options through the 2020 and 2021 seasons. Archer was one of the most reliable pitchers on the Tampa Bay staff in 2013, allowing three runs or fewer in 18 of his 23 starts.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Rays OF Desmond Jennings is 7-of-13 with four solo home runs in his career against Morrow.
    2. Toronto needed 73 games to climb above the .500 mark in 2013, and spent just four days there all season.
    3. Blue Jays 3B Brett Lawrie is still looking for his first hit of the season, having gone 0-for-10 through the first three games.


    Preview: Nationals at Mets
    GAME: Washington Nationals (2-0) at New York Mets (0-2)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 1:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Citi Field, New York City, New York
    LINE: -144, 133 TOTAL: 7
    As miserable as 2013 proved to be for the New York Mets’ hitters, this season is shaping up to be even worse. The Mets, who hope to avoid a three-game home sweep on Thursday against the Washington Nationals, tied the Atlanta Braves for the most strikeouts by a National League team (1,384) last season. In two games against the Nationals, New York has recorded 31 strikeouts, surpassing the major league mark the Houston Astros established through two contests last season (28).
    The Mets, who tallied only three hits versus 13 strikeouts in Wednesday’s 5-1 setback, are off to their first 0-2 start since 2005 and won’t catch much of a break against 19-game winner Jordan Zimmermann in the series finale. After Washington rallied for a 9-7, 10-inning Opening Day victory on Monday, the Nationals did not require any late-game theatrics two days later once Ian Desmond and starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez each went deep in the fifth inning to propel the Nationals to their seventh straight win over New York. Washington also improved to 2-0 for the third consecutive season.
    TV: 1:10 p.m. ET, MASN (Washington), SNY (New York)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Nationals RH Jordan Zimmermann (2013: 19-9, 3.25 ERA) vs. Mets RH Zack Wheeler (2013: 7-5, 3.42)
    Zimmermann tied St. Louis Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright for the National League lead in wins last season while also notching four complete games, one fewer than Wainwright’s major league-leading total. The second-round pick of the Nationals in the 2007 draft posted a 12-4 mark with a 2.58 ERA prior to the All-Star break, but fell off a bit thereafter with a 7-5 record and 4.33 ERA. Zimmermann went only 1-3 in five starts against New York last year despite a 3.62 ERA while also holding Mets’ hitters to a .215 average.
    Although fellow rookie Matt Harvey garnered most of the attention, Wheeler began to pay the Mets back for the investment they made in 2011 when they dealt Carlos Beltran to the San Francisco Giants in order to acquire his services. The 23-year-old endured his fair share of struggles down the stretch at home, however, failing to collect a win in any of his final three turns at Citi Field to finish 2-4 with a 4.73 ERA at the venue. Wheeler went 1-2 with a 3.93 ERA in three starts against Washington last season.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Washington 2B Anthony Rendon is 4-for-10 with a home run and five RBIs after batting .265 with seven homers and 35 RBIs in 98 contests last season.
    2. Mets CF Juan Lagares, who accounted for two of New York’s three hits on Wednesday, is 4-for-8 with a solo homer with three runs scored over his first two games.
    3. Nationals CF Denard Span went 5-for-10 against Wheeler last season and has more hits against him than any other player.


    Preview: Yankees at Astros
    GAME: New York Yankees (0-2) at Houston Astros (2-0)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 8:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Minute Maid Park, Houston, Texas
    LINE: -138, 127 TOTAL: 8
    The Houston Astros aim for a surprising series sweep when they host the New York Yankees in the finale of a three-game set Thursday. After dropping their final 15 games in a 51-111 season in 2013, the retooled Astros have leaned on solid pitching and home run power to take the first two games of the series. Houston starters have combined for 11 2/3 scoreless innings and four different hitters have gone deep, including Dexter Fowler and Matt Dominguez in Wednesday's 3-1 victory.
    The Yankees, meanwhile, have two extra-base hits - both doubles - in a pair of a lackluster performances. Costly free-agent acquisitions Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran and Brian McCann are a combined 5-for-23 and designated hitter Alfonso Soriano is 0-for-8 with four strikeouts. New York is off to an 0-2 start for the third straight year, the first time that has happened for the franchise since 1964-66.
    TV: 8:10 p.m. ET, YES (New York), CSN Houston
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Yankees RH Ivan Nova (2013: 9-6, 3.10 ERA) vs. Astros LH Brett Oberholtzer (2013: 4-5, 2.76)
    Nova is aiming to get off to a better start than he did in 2013, when he had a 6.48 ERA through four outings before going on the disabled list. He posted a 2.70 mark in 17 games (16 starts) upon returning, including his first two career shutouts down the stretch. Nova, who has never faced Houston, had a 3.66 ERA with 21 strikeouts in 19 2/3 innings during spring training.
    Oberholtzer was one of the bright spots in Houston's 2013 campaign, posting a 2.24 ERA in 10 starts, the second-lowest mark in the American League over the final two months of the season. The 24-year-old issued only 13 walks in 71 2/3 innings while limiting opponents to a .237 average. Oberholtzer, who gave up 11 earned runs in nine innings this spring, ended his first year in the majors by allowing two earned runs in 5 1/3 frames versus New York.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Yankees SS Derek Jeter remains two hits shy of tying Paul Molitor (3,319) for eighth place on the all-time list.
    2. Astros RH Matt Albers has four strikeouts in 2 1/3 scoreless innings out of the bullpen.
    3. Soriano has a double and a walk in three plate appearances against Oberholtzer.


    Preview: Giants at Diamondbacks
    GAME: San Francisco Giants (2-1) at Arizona Diamondbacks (1-4)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 3:40 PM EST
    WHERE: Chase Field, Phoenix, Arizona
    LINE: 109, -118 TOTAL: 9
    The San Francisco Giants' Tim Lincecum took a line drive off the knee in his final spring training start Friday and suffered a bout with food poisoning Tuesday, but said he's ready to face the Diamondbacks on Thursday in the finale of a four-game series in Arizona. Lincecum became ill during the Giants' 5-4 loss Tuesday and pitching coach Dave Righetti told the San Jose Mercury News on Wednesday, "There's a chance we could move him. He had a rough night." Lincecum, though, was "bouncing around like nothing happened,'' manager Bruce Bochy said later Wednesday and Lincecum called the illness "pretty mild.''
    Bronson Arroyo is set to make his Diamondbacks' debut after signing a two-year, $23.5 million contract in February and overcoming a bulging disc in his back during spring training. San Francisco clinched at least a split of the four-game series when Tim Hudson pitched 7 2/3 solid innings in his Giants' debut in Wednesday's 2-0 victory. Diamondbacks first baseman Paul Goldschmidt extended his hitting streak to 24 games with his fourth double of the season.
    TV: 3:40 p.m. ET, CSN Bay Area (San Francisco), FSN Arizona
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Giants RH Tim Lincecum (2013: 10-14, 4.37 ERA) vs. Diamondbacks RH Bronson Arroyo (2013: 14-12, 3.79)
    Lincecum posted a 5.79 ERA and allowed 28 hits in 23 1/3 innings in a typically poor spring training. The 29-year-old Bellevue, Wash., native and two-time National League Cy Young Award winner in 2008-09 hasn't recorded a winning season since 2010, but has made 32 or 33 starts in each of the last six years. Lincecum is 8-8 with a 3.49 ERA in 23 starts against Arizona - 1-0, 4.09 in two outings last season - and has struggled mightily against Goldschmidt (10-for-20, five homers, 11 RBIs).
    Arroyo's injury raised eyebrows as the 37-year-old has never been on the disabled list and has pitched at least 178 2/3 innings for the last 10 years, including eight seasons of 200 or more. "There's never been a time in my baseball career I didn't think I was going to get out there on Day 5," Arroyo told USA Today, and his durability will be needed more than ever with ace Patrick Corbin out for the season after undergoing Tommy John surgery Tuesday. Arroyo is 5-5 with a 2.69 ERA in 14 appearances against the Giants - 2-0, 0.60 in two starts last season - but red-hot Brandon Belt (home runs in the first two games) is 4-for-7 with a homer against him.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Goldschmidt's hitting streak is tied for the second-longest in club history with Tony Womack's, trailing only Luis Gonzalez' streak of 30 games.
    2. Buster Posey went 2-for-4 on Wednesday is off to a 5-for-12 start.
    3. Arizona 3B Martin Prado, batting cleanup behind Goldschmidt, is 3-for-21.


    Preview: Mariners at Athletics
    GAME: Seattle Mariners (3-0) at Oakland Athletics (1-2)
    DATE/TIME: Thursday, April 03 - 10:05 PM EST
    WHERE: O.co Coliseum, Oakland, California
    LINE: 121, -131 TOTAL: 7.5
    The Seattle Mariners are 3-0 for the third time in franchise history and look to continue their hot start when they visit the Oakland Athletics on Thursday. Seattle outscored the Los Angeles Angels 26-8 in the opening set and swept a series in Anaheim for the first time since June 9-11, 2006. Oakland opened by losing two of three to the Cleveland Indians and split a doubleheader Wednesday.
    Jim Johnson has replaced Grant Balfour as the Oakland closer and blew the save and suffered the loss in the second game of the doubleheader against Cleveland. Johnson also was the losing pitcher in Monday’s opener and brings a 45.00 ERA into the series against Seattle. Mariners first baseman Justin Smoak is off to a torrid start as he went 6-for-13 with two homers, two doubles and seven RBIs against the Angels.
    TV: 10:05 p.m. ET, ROOT (Seattle), CSN California (Oakland)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Mariners LH Roenis Elias (0-0, 0.00 ERA) vs. Athletics RH Jesse Chavez (2013: 2-4, 3.92)
    Elias is making his major-league debut and earned a rotation spot due to injures to Hisashi Iwakuma and rookie Taijuan Walker. The Cuban compiled a 2.04 ERA in five spring appearances but will be pitching above Double-A for the first time. Elias went 6-11 with a 3.18 ERA in 22 starts for Jackson of the Southern League last season.
    The 30-year-old Chavez made 35 relief appearances for Oakland last season, and his only two major-league starts came for Toronto in 2012. Injuries to Jarrod Parker and A.J. Griffin opened the door for Chavez, who went 5-1 with a 2.22 ERA during the spring. Chavez enters the season with a 9-15 career mark and a 5.48 ERA over 191 major-league games.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Seattle had 17 extra-base hits (six homers, two triples, nine doubles) in the sweep of the Angels.
    2. Athletics OF Yoenis Cespedes has 10 homers in 36 career games against Seattle.
    3. Mariners 2B Robinson Cano is 5-for-11 with four walks in his first three games with the franchise.

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    MLB Report - Trends e Statistiche 3 Aprile

    Hot pitchers
    -- WRodriguez was 4-2, 3.16 in his last six starts before getting hurt LY.
    -- Zimmerman is 4-1, 2.83 in his last five starts.
    -- Lincecum is 4-1, 3.83 in his last seven starts.
    -- Quintana is 2-1, 2.30 in his last four starts.
    -- Archer is 1-0, 3.38 in his last four starts.
    -- Oberholtzer has a 2.78 RA in his last five starts.

    Cold pitchers
    -- Hammel is 0-3, 5.93 in his last five starts.
    -- Lynn is 1-2, 5.87 in his last three starts. Bailey is 1-2, 4.74 in his last three.
    -- Turner is 0-3, 8.16 in his last three starts. Morales has made 25 big league starts, only 10 since '09, one LY. He was 2-2, 4.62 in 25 innings for Boston LY.
    -- Wheeler is 1-3, 3.81 in his last five starts.
    -- Arroyo is 1-2, 4.80 in his last five starts.
    -- Sanchez is 0-3, 8.22 in his last three home starts. Ventura is 0-1, 3.52 in three MLB starts.
    -- Hughes is 0-1, 6.48 in his last three starts.
    -- Chen is 2-2, 5.40 in his last four starts. Doubront is 1-0, 7.54 in his last three.
    -- Morrow is 1-1, 8.36 in his last three starts.
    -- Nova is 0-1, 5.94 in his last three road starts.
    -- Elias is making first MLB start; he was 6-11, 3.18 in 22 AA starts last year. Chavez allowed ten runs in 8.2 IP in his only two MLB starts, in 2012.


    Totals
    -- Five of last seven Hammel starts stayed under.
    -- Four of last five Bailey starts stayed under total.
    -- Over is 4-1-1 in last six Turner starts.
    -- Three of last four Zimmerman starts went over.
    -- Six of last seven Arroyo starts went over total.
    -- Over is 4-0-2 in last six Sanchez starts.
    -- Last five Quintana starts stayed under.
    -- Five of last seven Chen starts went over.
    -- Last seven Morrow starts went over total.
    -- Under is 4-0-1 in last five Oberholtzer starts.
    -- First three Seattle games went over the total.


    Hot teams
    -- Pirates won their first two games.
    -- Nationals won their first two games.
    -- Tigers won their first two games.
    -- White Sox won their first two games.
    -- Astros won their first two games.
    -- Mariners won their first three games.


    Cold teams
    -- Cubs lost their first two games, scoring three runs.
    -- Mets lost their first two games.
    -- Arizona lost four of its first five games.
    -- Royals lost their first two games.
    -- Minnesota lost its first two games.
    -- Bronx lost its first two games.


    Umpires
    -- Stl-Cin-- Home side is 13-4 in last 17 Barksdale games.
    -- Chi-Pitt-- Eight of last ten Hoye games stayed under.
    -- Col-Mia-- Under is 10-1-2 in last thirteen Estabrook games.
    -- Wsh-NY-- Nine of last 12 Timmons games went over total.
    -- SF-Az-- Hoberg-- This is the first MLB game for this umpire.
    -- KC-Det-- Under is 10-4-1 in last fifteen Conroy games.
    -- Minn-Chi-- Underdogs won five of last seven Bucknor games.
    -- Bos-Balt-- Home teams won last five Hickox games.
    -- Tor-TB-- Favorites won nine of last twelve Rackley games.
    -- NY-Hst-- Underdogs won six of last eight Knight games.

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