Picks of the Day

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Every day during the baseball season, I will post 3 smart picks and one reach before the start of the days’ games. Starting tomorrow, I will post the previous days’ results and an ongoing tally of the hit/miss record.

Without further ado:

Pick #1

Rockies @ Padres 4:10 pm. Over 8 total runs, -115

Michael Wacha is good for 4 runs over 5 innings, you only need the Padres lineup to match that.

Pick #2

Diamondbacks @ Dodgers 9:10 pm: Arizona Moneyline, +210

Kershaw is a slow starter, Mad-Baum has a bounce-back year in him, and AZ is sneaky good.

Pick #3

Phillies @ Rangers 4:05 pm: Phillies to score over 3.5 runs, -145

Nate Eovaldi never does well early. Phillies smack him around.


Reach: Nick Castellanos over .5 HRs, +600

Eovaldi allowed 21 homeruns in 20 starts in 2022, Castellanos at 6-to-1 has a good chance.


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