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    speriamo nei twins che prendo come underdog del giorno...possibile la vittoria e imho di valore la quota....poi tre favorite...nn ci credo che gli yankees vanno 0-3 a houston. rays e tigers > agli avversari

    tigers @1.65 (4u)
    rays @1.69 (4u)
    yankees @1.71 (4u)
    twins @2.30 (2.5u)

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    Che penosi gli Angels.Non posso crederci.Oggi BIIIIIGGGGG sugli Yankees poi solito trio meraviglia con
    Tigers
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    Small Bet 10$ - Big Bet 50$

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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da nikkicrue Visualizza Messaggio
    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
    Betting Tips: Allibramento Bookmakers, quote singole e multiple


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    Grazie @RAMIREZ

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    MLB - Risultati 3 Aprile
    Ieri un altra buona giornata nei pronostici MBL del 3 aprile dove facciamo 3 su 3 (rinviata la partita di Detroit con i Tigers nostra 4░ selezione). Andiamo cosý 8-2 (e +9.30 unitÓ) nei pronostici da inizio stagione, e ieri entrano (non senza fatica) anche i Twins vincenti 10-9 da underdog a Chicago contro i White Sox. Finalmente si sbloccano anche gli Yankees che dopo due sconfitte a sorpresa in avvio a Houston, ieri hanno superato 4-2 gli Astros. Infine anche i Rays vincono (7-2) riportando in pari la prima serie stagionale contro Toronto. Negli altri risultati spicca il primo stop dei Pirates nell'ultima sfida interna della serie contro i Cubs e i Cardinals che escono vincenti 2-1 nella serie a Cincinnati, proprio come i Red Sox che ieri hanno battuto gli Orioles nella 3░ sfida a Baltimore.

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    MLB - Quote 4 Aprile

    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 19:08 1 2
    Detroit Tigers - Baltimore Orioles 1,52 2,35
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 20:05 1 2
    Boston Red Sox - Milwaukee Brewers 1,55 2,30
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 20:20 1 2
    Chicago Cubs - Philadelphia Phillies 1,65 2,10
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 21:05 1 2
    Cleveland Indians - Minnesota Twins 1,45 2,55
    venerdý 04/04/2014 ore 22:10 1 2
    Kansas City Royals - Chicago White Sox 1,62 2,15
    Los Angeles Dodgers - San Francisco Giants 1,52 2,35
    Rockies Col - D Backs Ari 1,65 2,10
    sabato 05/04/2014 ore 01:05 1 2
    Pittsburgh Pirates - St. Louis Cardinals 1,75 1,95
    sabato 05/04/2014 ore 01:07 1 2
    Toronto Blue Jays - New York Yankees 2,10 1,65
    sabato 05/04/2014 ore 01:10 1 2
    New York Mets - Cincinnati Reds 1,90 1,80
    Tampa Bay Devil Rays - Texas Rangers 1,62 2,15
    Marlins Mia - Padres Sd 1,85 1,85
    sabato 05/04/2014 ore 02:10 1 2
    Houston Astros - Los Angeles Angels 2,20 1,60
    sabato 05/04/2014 ore 04:05 1 2
    Oakland Athletics - Seattle Mariners 1,65 2,10

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    MLB - Preview 4 Aprile

    Preview: Orioles at Tigers
    GAME: Baltimore Orioles (1-2) at Detroit Tigers (2-0)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 1:08 PM EST
    WHERE: Comerica Park, Detroit, Michigan
    LINE: 156, -170 TOTAL: 8
    Ian Kinsler is paying immediate dividends for the Detroit Tigers but the bullpen is still an area of concern. The Tigers will try to overcome that issue once again when they host the Baltimore Orioles in the opener of a three-game set on Friday. Joe Nathan was brought in to secure the closer spot that proved to be an issue the last few postseasons and blew his first save opportunity on Wednesday before Kinsler came through with the game-winning hit in the 10th.
    The Orioles had their own scoring issues in a three-game set with the Boston Red Sox, totaling seven runs while dropping two of the three contests. Baltimore signed Nelson Cruz in the offseason to boost that offense and the veteran slugger belted a home run in each of the first two games but showed off one of the weakness of his game when a poor jump on a fly ball in left field allowed the Red Sox to score a run in Thursday’s 4-3 setback. The Tigers totaled six runs in their first two games before Thursday’s series finale against Kansas City was postponed.
    TV: 1:08 p.m. ET, MASN2 (Baltimore), FSN Detroit
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Orioles RH Miguel Gonzalez (2013: 11-8, 3.78 ERA) vs. Tigers RH Anibal Sanchez (2013: 14-8, 2.57)
    Gonzalez spent most of his first full season in the Baltimore rotation last season and closed strong by not allowing more than three runs in any of his five September outings. The Mexico native had one of his worst starts of the season against Detroit on May 31, allowing five runs on seven hits in six innings before the Tigers’ bullpen issues took him off the hook. Miguel Cabrera belted a two-run homer off Gonzalez in that game.
    Sanchez led the American League in ERA last season but was overshadowed within his own rotation by Justin Verlander and Max Scherzer. The Venezuela native had some shoulder trouble in spring training but is ready to go after making it through a simulated game on Sunday. Sanchez did not face Baltimore last season and does not have much of a track record against the Orioles hitters, though both Nelson Cruz and Matt Wieters have homered off the veteran in the past.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Cabrera, the two-time reigning MVP, is off to a 1-for-7 start after signing an eight-year extension.
    2. Orioles 1B Chris Davis is still looking for his first home run after leading the majors last season.
    3. Detroit SS Alex Gonzalez, who was traded from Baltimore in spring training, is 3-for-8 with a pair of RBIs.


    Preview: Braves at Nationals
    GAME: Atlanta Braves (2-1) at Washington Nationals (3-0)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 1:05 PM EST
    WHERE: Nationals Park, Washington, District of Columbia
    LINE: N/A TOTAL: N/A
    The Washington Nationals entered last season as the favorites in the National League East, but their inability to solve the Atlanta Braves contributed greatly to their inability to challenge for a division crown. The Nationals will get their first crack at challenging the reigning NL East champions Friday when they host the opener of a three-game set against the Braves. Although Washington finished second in the division in 2013, it went 6-13 against Atlanta to finish 10 games off the pace.
    The Nationals, who enter this weekend after a road sweep of the New York Mets, will have plenty of chances to prove they are ready to challenge the Braves in April as the rivals meet six times over the next nine games. Despite a rash of injuries to its rotation, Atlanta allowed a total of five runs while taking two of three on the road from the Milwaukee Brewers. Travis Wood and Aaron Harang were particularly dominant in their outings, yielding one run and seven hits in 13 2/3 innings over the final two games of the series.
    TV: 1:05 p.m. ET, Fox Sports South (Atlanta), MASN (Washington)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Braves RH David Hale (2013: 1-0, 0.82) vs. Nationals RH Jordan Zimmermann (2013: 19-9, 3.25 ERA)
    Thanks in part to season-ending injuries suffered by Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy, Hale will get a chance to follow up on his success last September, when he yielded one run over two starts. The Princeton alum went 6-9 with a 3.22 ERA at Triple-A Gwinnett before his promotion, then showed impeccable control in the majors (14:1 strikeout-to-walk ratio in 11 innings). Hale, who pitched at home in both turns last season, will face Washington for the first time.
    Zimmermann was slated to take the mound in Thursday’s series finale against the Mets, but was scratched after experiencing flu-like symptoms. 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 held up well against the Braves last season, striking out 13 over 12 frames while going 1-0 with a 1.50 ERA in two starts.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. The Nationals’ pitching staff struck out 39 batters against the Mets – the third-highest total in any team’s opening three games since at least 1914.
    2. Atlanta closer Craig Kimbrel tied Gene Garber for second place in franchise history with his 141st career save Wednesday.
    3. Washington manager Matt Williams suggested prior to Thursday’s win that he would use a series of relievers if Zimmermann was unable to go.


    Preview: Twins at Indians
    GAME: Minnesota Twins (1-2) at Cleveland Indians (2-1)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 3:05 PM EST
    WHERE: Progressive Field, Cleveland, Ohio
    LINE: 166, -181 TOTAL: 8
    The Minnesota Twins avoided a three-game sweep in their season-opening series in Chicago thanks to some timely hitting and a surprise explosion from Chris Colabello. The Twins will look for back-to-back wins when they open a three-game series at the Cleveland Indians on Friday. The Indians took two of three in a rain-interrupted series at Oakland to begin the campaign and got strong work from the bullpen in the set.
    Cleveland’s bullpen allowed one earned run in 11 2/3 total innings in Oakland, and new closer John Axford picked up a pair of saves without surrendering a hit in two innings. Minnesota’s pen was not quite as strong, as Glen Perkins blew his first save opportunity on Wednesday and Anthony Swarzak yielded four runs while recording one out in a wild win Thursday. The Twins are committed to keeping Joe Mauer healthy this season and the All-Star got a turn at designated hitter Thursday while Colabello made the start at first and drove in a career-high six runs.
    TV: 3:05 p.m. ET, FSN North (Minnesota), SportsTime Ohio (Cleveland)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Twins RH Mike Pelfrey (2013: 5-13, 5.19 ERA) vs. Indians RH Danny Salazar (2013: 2-3, 3.12)
    Pelfrey returned from Tommy John surgery in 2013 and battled through some inconsistency in his first season in the American League. The 30-year-old managed one win in his last 14 starts and posted a 7.45 ERA in September. Pelfrey was at his best in three starts against Cleveland last season, going 1-0 while holding the Indians to a total of four runs in 16 2/3 innings.
    Salazar burst onto the scene at the end of 2013 and earned himself the start in the wild-card playoff game against Tampa Bay - a 4-0 loss. The 24-year-old Dominican was held to a strict pitch count after being recalled last August and will be monitored carefully again early in the season. Salazar endured one of his few rough outings against Minnesota on Aug. 12, surrendering home runs to Brian Dozier and Trevor Plouffe in a 3-0 setback.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Plouffe is 6-for-13 with five RBIs through three games.
    2. Cleveland CF Michael Bourn (hamstring) began a rehab assignment at Triple-A Columbus on Thursday.
    3. Mauer recorded his first hit Thursday and is 1-for-12.


    Preview: Phillies at Cubs
    GAME: Philadelphia Phillies (1-2) at Chicago Cubs (1-2)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 2:20 PM EST
    WHERE: Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois
    LINE: 133, -144 N/A TOTAL: N/A
    The Chicago Cubs begin their 100th season at Wrigley Field against an old friend as the Philadelphia Phillies pay a visit to start a three-game set Friday afternoon. Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg, who played 15 years with the Cubs, returns as manager of the Phillies after losing two of three games in Texas to open the season. The Cubs matched that start at Pittsburgh while receiving a sizzling performance from outfielder Emilio Bonifacio, who went 11-of-16 with four stolen bases in the series.
    The Cubs only gave up seven runs in 35 innings at Pittsburgh and will send 2013 All-Star Travis Wood to the mound Friday against a dangerous lineup. Slugger Ryan Howard, hampered by injuries the last few seasons, will be a key to the Phillies’ chances and he had four hits, including homer, in the opening series. With Howard and Chase Utley healthier and the addition of Marlon Byrd, the Phillies expect much better than the 610 runs they scored in 2013.
    TV: 2:20 p.m. ET, TCN (Philadelphia), WGN (Chicago)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Phillies RH Roberto Hernandez (2013: 6-13, 4.89 ERA) vs. Cubs LH Travis Wood (2013: 9-12, 3.11)
    Hernandez could never quite find his best form last season with Tampa Bay and gets a new start in the Phillies rotation after allowing 10 runs in 17 innings during the spring. The 33-year-old from the Dominican Republic gave up a career-high 24 homers in 2013 and did not win a game in the final two months. Hernandez struck out the only Cubs batter he faced while with Cleveland in 2006.
    Wood allowed three earned runs or less in 18 of his first 19 outings last season to make his first All Star team and gave the Cubs a chance to win in most of his career-high 32 starts. The 27-year-old does not have a decision in three appearances against the Phillies in his career with a 2.11 ERA. Phillies outfielder Domonic Brown has a home run against Wood, who gave up 163 hits in 200 innings last season.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Cubs SS Starlin Castro is off to a 1-of-13 start, but has more hits than anyone at his position in the majors (554) since 2011.
    2. Utley is one double short of 300 for his career and is off to a 5-of-13 start in the first three games.
    3. The teams split six games last season with each winning two of three on its home field.


    Preview: White Sox at Royals
    GAME: Chicago White Sox (2-1) at Kansas City Royals (0-2)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 4:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri
    LINE: 136, -148 TOTAL: 8
    Jeremy Guthrie won a career-best 15 games last season and looks to get his 2014 campaign off to a good start when the Kansas City Royals open a three-game home set against the Chicago White Sox on Friday. One of Guthrie’s top outings of his career came against Chicago last season when he tossed a four-hitter on May 4 for his first career shutout. Kansas City is looking for its first win after consecutive walkoff losses to Detroit prior to Thursday’s finale being rained out.
    Chicago scored 21 runs in its season-opening three-game series against Minnesota, winning the first two games before falling 10-9 in Thursday’s series finale. White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu, a Cuban import, fared well in his first three major-league outings by going 5-for-12 with five RBIs. Catcher Tyler Flowers had a career-best four hits in Thursday’s game, a contest in which seven of Chicago’s 13 hits went for extra bases.
    TV: 4:10 p.m. ET, CSN Chicago, FSN Kansas City
    PITCHING MATCHUP: White Sox RH Erik Johnson (2013: 3-2, 3.25 ERA) vs. Royals RH Jeremy Guthrie (2013: 15-12, 4.04)
    The 24-year-old Johnson made five starts late last season after combining for a 12-3 mark and 1.96 ERA at two minor-league stops. He went 8-2 with a 2.23 ERA for Birmingham of the Southern League and 4-1 with a 1.57 ERA for Charlotte of the International League before getting a September call-up. Johnson defeated the Royals in his final start of the season when he gave up three runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings.
    Guthrie went 3-2 with a 4.15 ERA in five starts against Chicago last season. He has made 21 career appearances (19 starts) against the White Sox, compiling a 7-7 mark and 3.47 ERA. Guthrie went 9-5 with a 4.38 ERA at home last season, allowing just nine homers in 16 starts compared to giving up 21 long balls in 17 road outings.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. White Sox OF Alejandro De Aza hit three homers against Minnesota after belting a career-best 17 last season.
    2. New Kansas City leadoff hitter Norichika Aoki was hitless in nine at-bats against Detroit.
    3. Chicago DH Adam Dunn hit two homers against the Twins to raise his career count to 442, tied for 38th all-time with Dave Kingman.

    Preview: Giants at Dodgers
    GAME: San Francisco Giants (3-1) at Los Angeles Dodgers (4-1)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 4:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, California
    LINE: 152, -165 TOTAL: 7.5
    The Los Angeles Dodgers won’t have ace Clayton Kershaw for their three-game series against the visiting San Francisco Giants, but are expected to have outfielder Matt Kemp back in the lineup for the opener Friday night. Kemp, the National League home run and RBI leader in 2011, underwent surgery on his left ankle in late October and has been slowly working his way up to speed. His return will be a big boost for a Los Angeles team that learned earlier in the week that Kershaw, the two-time NL Cy Young Award winner, will likely be out until May with inflammation in his upper back.
    San Francisco first baseman Brandon Belt clubbed three home runs in his first 14 at-bats this season and seems well on his way to bettering his career-best home run mark of 17 from last season. Belt struggled against the Dodgers to start last season, going hitless in his first 13 at-bats with eight strikeouts, but came back with career highs of five hits and six RBIs in a 19-3 rout at Dodger Stadium last September. The long ball has been a big weapon this season as the Giants came back to beat host Arizona on Thursday behind Angel Pagan’s three-run homer in a five-run eighth inning that lifted them to an 8-5 victory.
    TV: 4:10 p.m. ET, CSN Bay Area (San Francisco), SportsNet LA
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Giants RHP Ryan Vogelsong (2013: 4-6, 5.73 ERA) vs. Dodgers LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu (1-0, 0.00)
    Vogelsong will look to start anew after a difficult 2013 in which his numbers declined significantly from the previous two seasons. Vogelsong missed 2 1/2 months last year with a broken right hand suffered when he was hit by a pitch May 20, but he had already seen his ERA balloon to 7.19 at that point and was averaging 3.5 walks per nine innings when he went down with the injury. In the first five starts following his return, Vogelsong won his only decision and then saw his ERA climb back to 6.41 in five starts in September.
    Ryu has not allowed a run in 12 innings this season and deserves to be 2-0 except for a late-inning collapse by the bullpen in Sunday’s 3-1 loss to the San Diego Padres. This will be his third start in six games for the Dodgers, a cause for concern this early in the season, but he has shown his durability in the past. In four of five starts against the Giants last season, Ryu lasted at least six innings without giving up more than two earned runs.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. The Dodgers have trailed for just six outs this season.
    2. The starting pitchers for the Dodgers have allowed three earned runs in 29 2/3 innings for a 0.91 ERA.
    3. Giants RF Hunter Pence, who hit 11 of his 27 home runs last September, is 1-for-16 to start the season.


    Preview: Yankees at Blue Jays
    GAME: New York Yankees (1-2) at Toronto Blue Jays (2-2)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 7:07 PM EST
    WHERE: Rogers Centre, Toronto, Ontario
    LINE: -137, 126 TOTAL: 8.5
    Masahiro Tanaka makes his New York Yankees debut as they visit Toronto on Friday in the first of three games with the Blue Jays. Tanaka went 24-0 with a 1.27 ERA last year with Tohoku Rakuten of Japan's Pacific League before being signed by the Yankees to a seven-year, $155 million contract in January. Tanaka will not have the pressure of helping to deliver the team's first win of the season, as New York managed to take the finale of a sluggish three-game set in Houston on Thursday.
    Toronto will be playing its home opener after splitting a four-game series in Tampa Bay to start the season. It managed just five hits in a 7-2 setback in the finale on Thursday, finishing the four games with a total of 11 runs. New York won the season series 14-5 last year.
    TV: 7:07 p.m. ET, MLB Network, YES (New York), Sportsnet (Toronto)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Yankees RH Masahiro Tanaka (2013: NR) vs. Blue Jays RH Dustin McGowan (2013: 0-0, 2.45)
    Tanaka displayed some solid stuff during spring training by striking out 26 batters against only three walks in 21 innings while posting a 2.14 ERA. The 25-year-old had 99 wins in Japan and won his last 28 decisions since a loss on Aug. 19, 2012. Tanaka will be the seventh player born in Japan to appear in a game for the Yankees and the 13th in the majors to make his major-league debut as a starter.
    McGowan won a rotation spot this spring after appearing in 25 games out of the Blue Jays bullpen in 2013. The righty, who has missed three full seasons due to various injuries and surgeries, will be making his first start since 2011. McGowan threw one scoreless inning in relief against the Yankees last year and is 2-2 with a 5.47 ERA in 13 career games (eight starts) versus New York.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Yankees 2B Brian Roberts is 6-for-13 with a home run, a double and four walks in his career against McGowan.
    2. Blue Jays slugger Edwin Encarnacion is 1-for-12 with four strikeouts on the season.
    3. New York leads the series 36-19 over the last three seasons.

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    Preview: Diamondbacks at Rockies
    GAME: Arizona Diamondbacks (1-5) at Colorado Rockies (1-3)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 4:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Coors Field, Denver, Colorado
    LINE: 121, -131 TOTAL: 10
    The Colorado Rockies play their home opener against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday, with both teams reeling from slow starts. The Diamondbacks fell to 1-5 following their 8-5 loss to the San Francisco Giants on Thursday when they allowed five runs in the eighth inning while the Rockies limp home 1-3 after they yielded four runs in the eighth of an 8-5 setback to the Marlins in Miami. "It's definitely not how you write it up," Michael Cuddyer, the 2013 National League batting champion who hit a two-run homer Thursday for Colorado, said of the slow start. "Now we've got to look at the Diamondbacks and win that series and get right back where we need to be."
    The Rockies will celebrate their home opener with a different first baseman for the first time since 1998 as Justin Morneau was signed during the offseason to replace the retired Todd Helton. While it is doubtful the 2006 American League MVP will ever make Colorado fans forget Helton, Morneau has provided a good first impression as he is 5-for-13 in his first three games with the Rockies. Colorado's Juan Nicasio will get the opportunity to show off a split-finger off-speed pitch he developed in spring training and will oppose Randall Delgado, who grabbed the No. 5 spot in the rotation after staff ace Patrick Corbin went down with a season-ending arm injury.
    TV: 4:10 p.m. ET, ROOT (Colorado)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Diamondbacks RH Randall Delgado (0-0, 0.00) vs. Rockies RH Juan Nicasio (2013: 9-9, 5.14)
    When Arizona signed Bronson Arroyo in February, it appeared Delgado was destined for the bullpen, but Corbin's injury changed everything. Delgado, a 24-year-old Panam native, recorded two outs in relief in one of the Australia games against the Los Angeles Dodgers in March, but has started 43 of his 46 major-league games. Delgado was 5-7 with a 4.26 ERA in 20 outings (19 starts) last season and was 1-0 with a 3.27 ERA in two consecutive starts against Colorado in September.
    Nicasio enjoyed an offseason which didn't involve recovering from an injury for the first time in three years and a normal conditioning routine may have played a role in the 27-year-old recording a 2.86 ERA with 21 strikeouts in 22 exhibition innings. Nicasio, who is 1-1 with an 8.05 ERA in five starts against Arizona, went 4-4 with a 5.79 ERA in 14 outings at home last season. One of the setbacks occurred Sept. 22 when he yielded seven runs in 2 1/3 innings of a 13-9 loss to the Diamondbacks.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Some four inches of snow fell in Denver on Thursday and Friday's forecast calls for partly cloudy skies and 51 degree at game time. "It's hard to pitch when it's cold like that," Nicasio told reporters. "But it's bad for the hitter, too. He hates it when you throw inside."
    2. Arizona 1B Paul Goldschmidt has hit in 25 straight games and is 11-for-26 with a homer, four doubles and three RBIs this season.
    3. Helton, who this summer will become the first Rockies player to have his number (17) retired, began his 16-season run after Andres Galarraga started at first base in 1997.


    Preview: Rangers at Rays
    GAME: Texas Rangers (2-1) at Tampa Bay Rays (2-2)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 7:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg, Florida
    LINE: 131, -142 TOTAL: 8.5
    The Texas Rangers' pitching rotation remains the hot-button topic among experts deciding whether the team can challenge for the American League West title. A key member of the back end of that rotation makes his Rangers debut Friday night as left-hander Joe Saunders leads Texas into Tropicana Field for the opener of a three-game set against Tampa Bay. The Rangers are coming off a series victory over the visiting Philadelphia Phillies in interleague play.
    Saunders represents a gamble by the Rangers, who hope the 32-year-old can rediscover the form that led him to 33 victories in a two-year span with the Los Angeles Angels in the late-2000s. He's matched up against Rays right-hander Jake Odorizzi, who will make just his seventh major-league start as he looks to pin down his role at the back end of the Tampa Bay rotation. The Rays are coming off a split of a four-game series against visiting Toronto.
    TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, KTXA (Texas), Sun Sports (Tampa Bay)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Rangers LH Joe Saunders (2013: 11-16, 5.26 ERA) vs. Rays RH Jake Odorizzi (2013: 0-1, 3.94)
    If Saunders is hoping to make a good impression on his new employers, Tropicana Field may not be the place to do it. Saunders has struggled against the Rays over the course of his career, going 0-3 with an unsightly 8.40 ERA in three career starts. The 2002 first-round pick posted an underwhelming 11-16 record with the Seattle Mariners in 2013, thanks in large part to right-handed hitters teeing off to the tune of a .337 average and 22 homers in 587 at-bats.
    Odorizzi, acquired in the 2012 trade with Kansas City that sent pitcher James Shields to the Royals, is the latest in a series of talented young pitchers hoping to find stardom in St. Petersburg. The 24-year-old Illinois native had a respectable season with the Triple-A Durham Bulls in 2013, going 9-6 with a 3.33 ERA and 124 strikeouts over 124 1/3 innings. He went 1-2 with a 4.24 ERA during spring training, making three starts and three relief appearances.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. The teams split eight meetings last season, with Tampa Bay prevailing 5-2 in the wild-card tiebreaker game Sept. 30.
    2. Rays slugger Evan Longoria (163) needs one home run to set the franchise record he co-holds with Carlos Pena.
    3. Rangers OF Leonys Martin is 5-for-11 with four RBIs to open the season.


    Preview: Cardinals at Pirates
    GAME: St. Louis Cardinals (2-1) at Pittsburgh Pirates (2-1)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 7:05 PM EST
    WHERE: PNC Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    LINE: 108, -117 TOTAL: 7
    The Pittsburgh Pirates look to get their offense in gear against a solid pitching staff when they host the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday to start a three-game series. The Pirates won two of three against the Cubs to begin the season, but managed only seven runs in 35 innings and are hitting .175. The Cardinals try to follow up their victory over Pittsburgh in the National League Division Series last year after winning two of three against Cincinnati to open their campaign.
    Reigning National League MVP Andrew McCutchen and NL home run co-champion Pedro Alvarez are a combined 2-of-25 with eight strikeouts, but Pittsburgh’s pitching has been outstanding. The Pirates will send Gerrit Cole to the mound against Shelby Miller in a battle of promising young hurlers. Miller was 10 games over .500 against everyone else in the league last season, but lost all four decisions Pittsburgh.
    TV: 7:05 p.m. ET, MLB Network, FSN Midwest (St. Louis), ROOT (Pittsburgh)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Cardinals RH Shelby Miller (2013: 15-9, 3.06 ERA) vs. Pirates RH Gerrit Cole (2013: 10-7, 3.22)
    The Pirates scored 13 earned runs off Miller in 22 innings, but those four days did not stop him from having an outstanding first full season. The 23-year-old struck out 169 in 173 1/3 innings and allowed 152 hits before getting only one inning of work against Pittsburgh in relief during the playoffs. Russell Martin is 3-of-7 with a pair of homers against Miller while Jose Tabata and Alvarez also took him deep.
    Cole looks to build off a strong finish after going 4-0 with a 1.69 ERA last September and pitching two strong games in the playoffs against the Cardinals, allowing three runs over 11 innings. The first-overall pick in the 2011 draft struck out 100 and walked only 28 in 117 1/3 innings in 2013. Yadier Molina hit a home run in the playoffs off Cole, who allowed eight earned runs in 11 2/3 innings during the spring.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. The Pirates won 10 of 19 games against the Cardinals in the regular season before dropping three of five in the playoffs.
    2. St. Louis SS Jhonny Peralta’s first hit for his new team was a two-run homer in the 7-6 victory over Cincinnati on Thursday.
    3. Pittsburgh LHP Tony Watson has gone 21 straight appearances without allowing a run, dating back to Aug. 6, 2013.


    Preview: Angels at Astros
    GAME: Los Angeles Angels (0-3) at Houston Astros (2-1)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 8:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Minute Maid Park, Houston, Texas
    LINE: -148, 136 TOTAL: 9
    The Los Angeles Angels continue to pursue their first win of the season when they begin a four-game series at Houston on Friday. The Angels were throttled by a combined score of 26-8 in dropping three straight at home to Seattle to begin the season. Their bullpen posted a 10.80 ERA in the series and the staff as a whole has allowed 34 hits and 15 walks in 27 innings as Los Angeles is 0-3 for the first time since 1992.
    The Angels' staff will have to contend with the streaking Dexter Fowler, who went 6-for-12 with a home run and five runs scored as Houston took two of three from the New York Yankees to start the year. Fowler was one of the few bright spots in a 4-2 loss Friday night, as the Astros wasted several scoring opportunities early in the game and managed just one walk over the final four frames. Houston was 10-9 against Los Angeles last year, one of four teams against whom the Astros had a winning mark.
    TV: 8:10 p.m. ET, Prime Ticket (Los Angeles), CSN Houston
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Angels RH Garrett Richards (2013: 7-8, 4.16 ERA) vs. Astros RH Lucas Harrell (2013: 6-17, 5.86)
    Richards bounced between the bullpen and the starting rotation in 2013, going 6-6 with a 4.18 ERA in 17 starts. Included in that lot was a start versus Houston on Aug. 17, when he gave up five runs and a career-high 12 hits in six innings. The former first-round pick, who is 1-0 with a 6.00 ERA in five career games against Houston, went 2-1 with a 3.47 mark in five spring-training starts.
    Harrell followed up a solid 2012 season with a difficult 2013, leading the American League with 88 walks, just one fewer than his strikeout total. However, he had plenty of success against the Angels, who he held to three earned runs in 17 2/3 innings spread over three starts. The 28-year-old gave up 13 earned runs in 15 innings during the spring, but nine of the runs came in a 1 2/3-inning clunker at Detroit on March 15.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Angels CF Mike Trout is 4-for-10 with a home run, triple, double and single through the first three games.
    2. Astros C Jason Castro left Friday's game after being hit by a pitch in the right ankle.
    3. Houston DH Chris Carter is 5-for-9 with a home run and a double against Richards.


    Preview: Padres at Marlins
    GAME: San Diego Padres (1-2) at Miami Marlins (3-1)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 7:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Marlins Park, Miami, Florida
    LINE: -104, -104 TOTAL: 7.5
    The Miami Marlins looked like a team that could surprise some people with a strong opening series against the Colorado Rockies. The Marlins will attempt to keep things streaking in their favor when they welcome another National League West foe in the San Diego Padres on Friday. Miami took three of four in the season-opening series and benefited from timely hitting and a bullpen that allowed one run in the four contests.
    The Padres dropped two of three to the Los Angeles Dodgers to open their season, totaling six runs in the three games. San Diego will need to pick up the pace offensively to hang with the Marlins, who have the middle of the order producing in the first week. Giancarlo Stanton and Casey McGehee have combined for 15 RBIs out of the Nos. 3 and 4 spots in the order and Marcell Ozuna and Adeiny Hechavarria got off to strong starts as well. Padres slugger Chase Headley is just 1-for-12 to begin the campaign.
    TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, FSN San Diego, FSN Florida (Miami)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Padres LH Eric Stults (2013: 11-13, 3.93 ERA) vs. Marlins RH Tom Koehler (2013: 5-10, 4.41)
    Stults got his first chance at a full season in the starting rotation last year and rewarded San Diego with 203 2/3 solid innings. The 34-year-old issued only 40 walks in those 33 starts and is at his best when he commands the strike zone. Stults struggled in that area in two starts against Miami in 2013, issuing four walks in 10 total innings while allowing seven runs - six earned - and 14 hits to post a 1-1 record.
    Koehler won the No. 5 rotation spot by posting a 1.50 ERA in 18 innings during spring training after an up-and-down rookie campaign in 2013. The 27-year-old struggled through the summer last year before closing strong with a 3.14 ERA in five September starts. Koehler made one relief appearance against the Padres last season before joining the rotation and allowed one run over two innings.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Padres 2B Jedd Gyorko is 0-for-10 with six strikeouts.
    2. Marlins closer Steve Cishek has converted 31 straight saves dating back to last season.
    3. San Diego took the series 4-3 in 2013 but dropped three of four in Miami.

    Preview: Mariners at Athletics
    GAME: Seattle Mariners (3-1) at Oakland Athletics (2-2)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 10:05 PM EST
    WHERE: O.co Coliseum, Oakland, California
    LINE: 128, -139 TOTAL: 7.5
    Coco Crisp and the Oakland Athletics picked a unique way to end Seattle’s unbeaten start and attempt to defeat the visiting Mariners again in Friday’s second contest of a four-game set. Crisp isn’t known for his power but he delivered the first walk-off homer of his career when he led off the 12th inning with the decisive blast in Oakland’s 3-2 victory. Seattle was vying for the second 4-0 start in franchise history until Crisp's heroics.
    The Mariners had just six hits in the 12-inning game after racking up 26 runs on 34 hits while sweeping the opening three-game series from the Los Angeles Angels. Second baseman Robinson Cano is 6-for-16 with four walks in his four games with the club while cleanup hitter Justin Smoak has two homers and seven RBIs. Crisp’s homer was only the second of the season for the Athletics, the other one coming from infielder Alberto Callaspo.
    TV: 10:05 p.m. ET, ROOT (Seattle), CSN California (Oakland)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Mariners RH Chris Young (0-0, 0.00 ERA) vs. Athletics RH Dan Straily (2013: 10-8, 3.96)
    Young was signed by Seattle in late March after being released by the Washington Nationals. He hasn’t pitched in the majors since 2012 and the former All-Star hurler with the San Diego Padres in 2007 has recorded just 11 big-league victories in the last five years. Young missed a large chunk of last season with shoulder issues and went 1-2 with a 7.88 ERA in seven starts at Triple-A Syracuse.
    Straily has struggled against Seattle in three career starts, going 0-1 with an 8.25 ERA. He's allowed 15 hits, including four homers, and 11 walks in 12 total innings against the Mariners. Straily held opposing hitters to a .211 average in 12 home starts last season when he went 5-4 with a 3.76 ERA.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Four Athletics relievers combined for six innings of one-hit shutout ball in Thursday’s win.
    2. Mariners 3B Kyle Seager is off to a 1-for-11 start with five strikeouts.
    3. Oakland 3B Josh Donaldson is hitless in 14 at-bats over the last three games.

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    Preview: Reds at Mets
    GAME: Cincinnati Reds (1-2) at New York Mets (0-3)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 7:10 PM EST
    WHERE: Citi Field, New York City, New York
    LINE: -107, -101 TOTAL: 7
    The Cincinnati Reds have three relievers on the 15-day disabled list, but their injury woes pale in comparison to the early ineptitude of the New York Mets’ bullpen. The Reds, who hit the road for the first of three games against the Mets on Friday, lost closer Aroldis Chapman indefinitely in spring training after he was hit in the face with a line drive. He joined Jonathan Broxton and Sean Marshall on the DL, each of whom is making their way back from a serious injury in 2013.
    Despite the uncertainty in its relief corps, Cincinnati pitchers managed to hold St. Louis to one run over the first two games of their opening series before dropping the rubber match 7-6 on Thursday. New York also lost closer Bobby Parnell on Opening Day with a torn medial collateral ligament, but whereas the Reds’ bullpen managed a 3.12 ERA against St. Louis, the Mets’ relievers were pounded for 11 runs over 9 1/3 innings. Unsurprisingly, New York was swept at home by Washington and fell to 0-3 for the first time since 2005.
    TV: 7:10 p.m. ET, Fox Sports Ohio (Cincinnati), SNY (New York)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Reds RH Mike Leake (2013: 14-7, 3.37 ERA) vs. Mets RH Jenrry Mejia (2013: 1-2, 2.30)
    Leake enjoyed the finest of his four major-league seasons in 2013, setting career highs in innings (192 1/3) and wins while posting a career-low ERA. The No. 8 overall pick of the 2009 draft excelled from May through July when he went 9-3 with a 2.11 ERA, but was far less effective in the other three months. Leake is 2-2 with a 2.25 ERA in six all-time starts against the Mets and was particularly sharp against them in his only turn at Citi Field last year, when he allowed three hits over seven scoreless frames to get the win.
    Despite a right forearm contusion and a bunion on his right foot, Mejia earned a job in the rotation over Daisuke Matsuzaka after recording a 2.70 ERA in the spring. The 24-year-old impressed in five outings with the Mets last year, registering a 27:4 strikeout-to-walk ratio before bone chips in his right elbow forced him to undergo season-ending surgery in late August. Mejia has not faced the Reds since May 2010, when he tossed a pair of scoreless frames in relief.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Gonzalez Germen’s scoreless ninth inning in Thursday’s loss ended a stretch in which eight straight Mets’ relievers surrendered at least one earned run.
    2. Cincinnati is 7-1 on the road over its last eight road games in this series and 12-5 all-time at Citi Field.
    3. New York has dropped its last 32 contests at home in which it has surrendered at least five runs.


    Preview: Brewers at Red Sox
    GAME: Milwaukee Brewers (1-2) at Boston Red Sox (2-1)
    DATE/TIME: Friday, April 04 - 2:05 PM EST
    WHERE: Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts
    LINE: 138, -150 TOTAL: 8.5
    The Boston Red Sox will hold an on-field ceremony to receive their World Series rings for the third time in the last 10 years when they open their home schedule by hosting the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday. The Red Sox began their title defense by taking two of three from Baltimore and went 53-28 at home en route to the championship last season. The Brewers started out by dropping two of three at home to the Atlanta Braves.
    Milwaukee slugger Ryan Braun received a standing ovation from the hometown fans on Opening Day despite being suspended for 65 games in 2013 and will get his first taste of the reception from opposing fans in Boston. Braun went 1-for-11 in the first three games as the Brewers managed a total of four runs against the Braves. Boston rookie Xander Bogaerts is having a strong start in his first full season in the big leagues, going 5-for-9 with a pair of runs scored to compliment an already strong lineup.
    TV: 2:05 p.m. ET, FSN Wisconsin (Milwaukee), NESN (Boston)
    PITCHING MATCHUP: Brewers RH Marco Estrada (2013: 7-4, 3.87 ERA) vs. Red Sox RH Jake Peavy (2013: 12-5, 4.17)
    Estrada had some trouble staying healthy last season but comes into 2014 with a steady job and a future in Milwaukee’s rotation. The 30-year-old went 5-2 with a 2.09 ERA on the road last season and is tough on left-handed hitters thanks to a strong changeup. Estrada made one relief appearance against Boston in his career and is 1-5 with a 5.84 ERA in 11 career interleague games - six starts.
    Peavy came over before the trade deadline last season in a three-team deal that sent shortstop Jose Iglesias away. The veteran spent some time on the disabled list before joining the Red Sox but was healthy down the stretch and made three starts in the postseason. Peavy spent the first seven-plus seasons of his career in the National League with the San Diego Padres and owns a 3-3 record with a 2.48 ERA in nine career starts against Milwaukee.
    WALK-OFFS
    1. Brewers pitchers surrendered four home runs in the first three games.
    2. Boston closer Koji Uehara is 2-for-2 in save opportunities.
    3. Milwaukee LF Khris Davis is off to an 0-for-8 start with four strikeouts.

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    MLB Report - Trends e Statistiche 4 Aprile

    Hot pitchers
    -- Zimmerman is 4-1, 2.83 in his last five starts. Hale was 1-0, 0.82 in his two big league starts last September.
    -- Wood is 1-1, 2.57 in his last four starts.
    -- Ryu is 2-0, 0.00 (19 IP) in his last three starts.
    -- Cole is 5-1, 1.70 in his last six starts. Miller is 3-0, 2.66 in his last four.
    -- Stults is 3-0, 2.95 in his last three starts. Koehler is 2-0, 1.86 in last three.
    -- Leake is 3-1, 2.35 in his last four starts. Mejia is 1-2, 2.96 in his last five.
    -- Gonzalez is 2-1, 2.45 in his last three starts.
    -- Johnson is 3-0, 2.50 in his last three starts.
    -- Straily is 2-1, 3.19 in his last five starts.
    -- Estrada is 1-0, 1.63 in his last four starts.


    Cold pitchers
    -- Hernandez is 0-3, 7.23 in his last three starts.
    -- Vogelsong is 1-2, 6.41 in his last five starts.
    -- Delgado is 1-2, 7.23 in his last four starts. Nicasio is 1-3, 7.28 in his last six.
    -- Sanchez is 0-3, 8.22 in his last three home starts.
    -- Pelfrey is 0-3, 7.91 in his last four starts. Salazar is 1-2, 5.28 in last three.
    -- Guthrie is 1-2, 3.43 in his last three starts.
    -- Tanaka is making his MLB debut here. McGowan is making his first start since 2008; he was 6-7, 4.37 in 19 starts that year.
    -- Saunders is 0-3, 7.97 in his last four starts. Odorizzi is 0-1, 5.03 in his last four starts.
    -- Harrell was 0-4, 17.02 in his last four starts. Richards is 0-2, 7.88 in his last three starts.
    -- Young was 0-2, 3.38 in his last three starts, which were in 2012.
    -- Peavy is 1-1, 7.23 in his last four starts.


    Totals
    -- Three of last four Zimmerman starts went over.
    -- Under is 4-0-2 in last six Wood starts.
    -- Six of last eight Ryu starts stayed under.
    -- Last four Delgado starts went over total.
    -- Cole's last four starts went over the total.
    -- Last four Koehler starts stayed under total.
    -- Three of last four Mejia starts stayed under.
    -- Over is 4-0-2 in last six Sanchez starts; four of last five Gonzalez starts went under the total.
    -- Under is 5-2-1 in last eight Pelfrey starts.
    -- All five Johnson starts went over the total.
    -- First three Bronx games stayed under the total.
    -- Five of last seven Saunders starts went over.
    -- Four of last six Richards starts went over the total.
    -- Three of last four Straily starts went over the total.
    -- Five of last six Estrada starts stayed under total.

    Hot teams
    -- Nationals won their first three games.
    -- Marlins won three of their first four games.
    -- Dodgers won four of their first five games; Giants won three of first four.
    -- Tigers won their first two games.
    -- Mariners won three of their first four games.


    Cold teams
    -- Mets lost their first three games.
    -- Colorado lost three of its first four games.
    -- Arizona lost five of its first six games.

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