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This Pick can not be bought with Free CreditFargo's 10* MLB Monday Sweet Spot (+$16,769 MLB)    Instant Purchase    MLB
Date: 6/24/2019
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DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
6/23/2019WINNERMLB
Fargo's 10* MLB Sunday Sweet Spot (+$16,769 MLB)
This is a play on the ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS for our MLB Sunday Sweet Spot. Arizona has dropped the first two games of this series and has now lost six straight games including the first five of this homestand. The Giants had dropped three in a row prior to the weekend and they have yet to produce a road sweep this season. The Giants are 10-28 in their last 38 games during game 3 of a series while the Diamondbacks are 5-1 in their last six games during game 3 of a series. Merril Kelly posted three straight quality outings but got lit up for six runs in six innings against the Rockies in his last start but gets a much better matchup today. He dominated the Giants in one earlier head-to-head this season, shutting them out over 5.1 innings in a 7-0 home win in May. Shaun Anderson has been solid for the Giants but his worst start of the season came against Arizona where he allowed six runs over five innings. Here, we play against National League teams with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 3.70 to 4.20 on the season, after two straight games where the bullpen gave up no earned runs. This situation is 144-93 (60.8 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (964) Arizona Diamondbacks
6/21/2019LOSERMLB
Fargo's MLB Friday Triple Play (+$16,769 MLB L2Y)
This is a play on the PITTSBURGH PIRATES as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. Following a home sweep of the Brewers, San Diego has now won four straight games to move back over .500 on the season and while it is well behind the Dodgers in the National League West, the Wild Card race is very alive. This being said, the Padres are -32 in scoring differential which is by far the worst of any team in playoff contention. Pittsburgh is having a lousy season as a seven-game losing streak to open its most recent roadtrip knocked it way down in the standings. The Pirates are coming off a win against Detroit after falling behind 7-3 so there is some positive momentum heading into this weekend series. Joe Musgrove has pitched better than his 4.87 indicates as he comes in with a 1.27 WHIP through 14 starts and he faces a Padres offense that is the eighth worst hitting team in baseball. Eric Lauer has been all over the place and he has been especially poor on the road with a 7.81 ERA and 1.66 WHIP in six starts. 10* (958) Pittsburgh Pirates
This is a play on the MILWAUKEE BREWERS as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. The Brewers have dropped their last four games to fall a game and a half behind the Cubs in the National League Central after losing the series opener yesterday with the offense scoring just one run. The Brewers are 37-18 in their last 55 games after scoring two runs or less in their previous game. Cincinnati meanwhile has now won five straight games with the pitching making the difference by allowing an average of just 2.2 rpg. The Reds are still five games under .500 on the road as the offense is hitting just .223, the worst average in baseball. Sonny Gray is having a solid first season in Cincinnati but he has not been able to go deep into games and he has not been able to make it through six innings in each of his last three starts. Chase Anderson is having a very similar season of not being able to go deep but he has been solid at home and going back, the Brewers are 8-3 in his last 11 home starts against teams with a losing record. 9* (960) Milwaukee Brewers
This is a play on the HOUSTON ASTROS as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. After a 10-6 loss last night, the Astros have now dropped five straight games but they still have a comfortable 7.5-game lead in the American League West over the Rangers. Nonetheless, the losing has to stop and Houston is in good position to end the skid tonight and at a great price. The Yankees meanwhile have won six straight games to take a 4.5-game lead in the American League East but they are overpriced here because of the pitching matchup hat is not even that significant. James Paxton is having a solid season but it is nothing over the top as he has a 3.93 ERA and 1.31 WHIP through 11 starts. The Astros are 37-14 in their last 51 road games against left-handed starters and their .278 average this season against lefties is sixth best in baseball. Brad Peacock is having a better season with a 3.67 ERA and 1.12 WHIP through his 13 starts and the Astros are 9-2 in his last 11 starts when their opponent scores five runs or more in their previous game. 9* (965) Houston Astros
6/20/2019LOSERWNBA
Fargo's 10* WNBA Thursday Enforcer (Top Play Win)
This is a play on the LAS VEGAS ACES for our WNBA Thursday Enforcer. Washington is coming off a 29-point win over Los Angeles on Tuesday to snap a two-game slide but it has a challenge tonight against a team that looks to have turned the corner. With the addition of star forward Liz Cambage prior to the season, Las Vegas went from a squad in rebuilding mode to a potential WNBA title contender. When the Aces dropped three of their first five, coach Bill Laimbeer continued to warn fans and media alike that he still has a young team learning how to win. They have now won two straight games and lead the league in several important categories as they are the best defensive team, allowing 89.4 points per 100 possessions amid the fastest offensive pace, 102.2 possessions per game. Las Vegas is also holding opponents to a league-low 38.1 percent shooting from the field while rebounding a league-high 76.5 percent of their misses. This is huge considering the Aces were among the worst defensive teams in the league last season, allowing 105 points per 100 possessions and 44.7 percent shooting en route to a 14-20 record. 10* (648) Las Vegas Aces
6/20/2019LOSERMLB
Fargo's 10* MLB Thursday Sweet Spot (+$18,069 MLB)
This is a play on the MILWAUKEE BREWERS for our MLB Thursday Sweet Spot. The Reds are coming off a home sweep of Houston to open the week and extend their winning streak to four games. They are now 5.5 games behind the Cubs in the National League Central but are still four games under .500 overall which includes a 15-21 road record. The Reds are 5-11 in their last 16 games after allowing two runs or less in their previous game. Meanwhile, the Brewers are coming off a 2-6 roadtrip that included a series sweep at the hand of the Padres to fall out of first place in the division. Milwaukee is 22-13 at home including four straight wins and going back, the Brewers are 39-17 in their last 56 home games against teams with a losing record. Jimmy Nelson is making his third start since missing a year and a half and while the results have not been promising, he is being brought back slowly and is in a prime at home. Cincinnati counters with Tanner Roark who had a good start in May but has been up and down since then. He has a 4.09 ERA over his last six starts and a 6.10 ERA in two starts against Milwaukee the last two years. Here, we play on teams batting .190 or worse over their last three games, with a bullpen whose WHIP is under 1.20 the last 10 games. This situation is 416-299 (58.2 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (910) Milwaukee Brewers
6/19/2019WINNERMLB
Fargo's MLB Wednesday Triple Play (+$17,799 MLB)
This is a play on the ATLANTA BRAVES as part of our MLB Wednesday Triple Play. The Braves came up small for us last night but we will back them again tonight in a more favorable pitching matchup. Atlanta is 13-4 over its last 17 games and the Braves are 6-0 in their last six games after scoring two runs or less in their previous game. Despite the win last night, the Mets are still just 15-24 on the road and the pitching allowed fewer than four runs for the first time in eight games. Max Fried goes for Atlanta and while he has struggled of late with allowing home runs, the Mets are an average power team and he has pitched well against them in two career starts, allowing just two runs in 10.1 innings. The Braves are 7-3 in his last 10 starts when their opponent scores five runs or more in their previous game. Steven Matz is having a good season but the success has come at home where he has a 2.25 ERA and 1.14 WHIP compared to a 5.79 ERA and 1.53 WHIP on the road. Here, we play on National League favorites of -150 or more with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 4.20 to 4.70 on the season but with an ERA of 7.50 or more over his last three starts. This situation is 54-11 (83.1 percent) since 1997. 9* (956) Atlanta Braves
This is a play on the ST. LOUIS CARDINALS as part of our MLB Wednesday Triple Play. The Cardinals shut out the Marlins on Monday but got that favor returned to them last night as they got handcuffed by Jordan Yamamoto for a second straight time as they have not scored a run in his two starts against them over 14 innings. St. Louis is much less of a favorite tonight and it comes in 6-2 in its last eight games after scoring two runs or less in its previous game. Meanwhile the Marlins are 7-19 in their last 26 games when their opponent scores 2 runs or less in their previous game. Daniel Ponce de Leon takes the hill and he has been fantastic in his short career as he has posted a 2.57 ERA and 1.14 WHIP over 13 games including six starts. This includes a 2.00 ERA and 1.22 WHIP in two starts this season. Trevor Richards counters for Miami and while he is having a good season, he is not getting the wins as he is just 3-7 while the Marlins are 4-10 in his 14 starts. Going back, they are just 2-9 in his last 11 road starts. Here, we play on favorites of -150 or more that are hitting .190 or worse over their last three games and starting a pitcher who gave up one or fewer earned runs in his last two outings. This situation is 49-7 (87.5 percent) over the last five seasons. 8* (958) St. Louis Cardinals
This is a play on the ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS as part of our MLB Wednesday Triple Play. Arizona returned home from a 10-game roadtrip which went very well with a 7-3 record but the Diamondbacks were unable to carry any momentum forward as they got hammered 8-1 last night in the series opener. While Colorado and Arizona are not going to take out the Dodgers in the National League West, both are right in the Wild Card race and Arizona has to get better at home where it is just 14-17 on the season. Five of those wins can be attributed to Zack Greinke as he continues to dominate at home despite Chase Field being a hitter-friendly park. He has a 2.48 ERA and 0.90 WHIP in six home starts where the Diamondbacks have won 35 of his last 51. Additionally, the Diamondbacks are 22-7 in his last 29 starts after scoring two runs or less in their previous game. Jon Gray has struggled with control and the long ball this season and he has especially struggled on the road of late, posting a 7.16 ERA in his last five starts on the highway. Here, we play against underdogs that are hitting .333 or better over their last three games going up against an opponent with a starting pitcher whose ERA less than 2.50 over his last five starts. This situation is 41-8 (83.7 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (960) Arizona Diamondbacks
6/18/2019LOSERMLB
Fargo's 10* MLB Tuesday Sweet Spot (+$18,599 MLB)
This is a play on the ATLANTA BRAVES for our MLB Tuesday Sweet Spot. The Braves won the opener of this series last night to make it 13 wins in their last 16 games and they have stretched their lead over the Phillies to three games in the National League East. Despite the run, they come in as home underdogs with history from last season being the biggest reason. Last season, Jacob deGrom was dominant in winning the Cy Young thanks to a 1.70 ERA but he was the least profitable pitcher in the rotation going 14-18 (-10.35 units) and this year has been even worse. He is having a solid season with a 3.37 ERA but New York is just 4-10 in his 14 starts while going 0-6 in six starts against winning teams. Julio Teheran was a big name involved in trade rumors last season at the deadline and the Braves are thankful they never dealt him. After an average start where he posted a 5.35 ERA through his first seven starts, he has put up a 0.81 ERA over his last eight outings and has not allowed more than one run in any of those. Going back to last season, the Braves are 14-2 in his last 16 starts as an underdog of +150 or less including a perfect 6-0 at home. 10* (904) Atlanta Braves
6/17/2019WINNERMLB
Fargo's 10* MLB Monday Sweet Spot (+$17,599 MLB)
This is a play on the TEXAS RANGERS for our MLB Monday Sweet Spot. Cleveland is coming off a 3-0 sweep in Detroit and heads to Texas sitting 10 games behind the Twins in the American League Central. The Indians are just one game over .500 on the road and they again come in as road favorites and of all teams in the American League with a winning record, they have the lowest scoring differential. Texas went 4-3 on its recent roadtrip and heads back home where it is 24-12 on the season which has kept the Rangers right in the Wild Card mix. The Rangers are 4-0 in their last four home games against teams with a winning road record. Cleveland gets a key piece back into the rotation as Mike Clevinger, who has been out since early April with a significant lat injury, will make his return to the mound on Monday. He started the season red hot before suffering the injury, tossing 12 shutout innings with 22 strikeouts before leaving his second start of the year because of the injury. Texas counters with Lance Lynn who got off to a poor start with a 5.75 ERA through his first seven outings but has posted seven straight quality starts, good for a 3.18 ERA. Here, we play against American League road teams hitting .265 or worse with a pitcher working on a layoff of more than seven days going up against a pitcher with an ERA between 4.20 and 4.70. this situation is 32-9 (78 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (966) Texas Rangers
6/16/2019LOSERMLB
Fargo's 10* MLB Underdog Double Play +$19,499 MLB
This is a play on the CHICAGO CUBS as part of our MLB Sunday Double Play. The Cubs handed the Dodgers just their eighth home loss of the season yesterday as they closed as a +167 underdog and they come into tonight as an ever bigger dog. Chicago has been below average on the road but for a team that is tied atop the National League Central, this price is too good to pass up. The Cubs are 11-4 in their last 15 games after scoring two runs or less in their previous game. Los Angeles is now 9.5 games in front of the Rockies and Diamondbacks in the National League West and it remain World Series favorites at 4-1. It has been a pretty lethargic run however as the Dodgers are just 4-5 over their last nine games with all five of those losses coming as significant favorites. Hyun-Jin Ryu is having a remarkable season with a 1.36 ERA and 0.80 WHIP through 13 starts and he has been unbeatable as home, going 6-0 with a 1.01 ERA and 0.65 WHIP in six starts. This is the reason he is priced so high but he faces the third best hitting team in the National League and the Cubs are 28-13 against National League starting pitchers whose WHIP is 1.15 or better. Jose Quintana had one bad start early in the season and he has allowed three runs or less in 11 of his last 12 starts including all five on the road. The Cubs are 13-6 in his last 19 starts after allowing two runs or less in their previous game. 9* (913) Chicago Cubs
This is a play on the DETROIT TIGERS as part of our MLB Sunday Double Play. The Indians have won the first two games of this series to move to three games over .500 on the season but they still trail the Twins by 11 games in the American League Central. Cleveland is right at .500 on the road yet it checks in once against as a heavy road favorite and as favorites this season, the Indians are -10.2 units with a lot of the forecasting based on past results and not what is happening this season. The Tigers are rebuilding and the record shows that but it is hard to beat this price with their best starting pitcher on the hill. Spencer Turnbull is in his first full season in the rotation and he has been outstanding with a 2.78 ERA and 1.26 WHIP through 14 starts. He has allowed three runs or less in 13 of those outings and going back, Cleveland is 3-19 against starting pitchers whose ERA is 2.90 or better. Trevor Bauer has been up and down all season and while he is coming off a quality start, he has not been able to string together too many as he has posted a 6.23 in his last four starts following a quality outing. Here, we play against American League road favorites with a money line of -125 to -175 team with a OBP of .320 or worse going up against a starting pitcher whose WHIP is 1.30 or better, with a starting pitcher whose strikes out five or more batters per start. This situation is 35-17 (67.3 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (920) Detroit Tigers
6/15/2019LOSERCanadian Football
Fargo's 10* CFL Game of the Week (31-12-1 72% CFL)
This is a play on the B.C. LIONS for our CFL Game of the Week. Winnipeg added some key pieces to its roster and many are saying this is finally the year to end a 30-year Grey Cup drought. The Blue Bombers were close last year, falling to Calgary in the Western Final and this could be the year should they stay healthy. Last season, the receiving corps was a negative but they added Chris Matthews, who played three seasons in the NFL and he is going to have a big season. But it will not start tonight as he is on the injury list and will miss the opener. B.C. general manager Ed Hervey spent his off-season picking up talent from around the league and beyond, including receivers Duron Carter and Lemar Durant, offensive lineman Brett Boyko and linebacker Maleki Harris. The real prize however was quarteback Mike Reilly who makes his long-anticipated debut since signing with the Lions this off-season, and the weapons around him have the potential to put up big numbers right from the start. The Lions went just 2-7 on the road last season but went 7-2 at home, a three-point loss to Saskatchewan and a loss to eventually Grey Cup Champion Calgary in the regular season finale that meant nothing. 10* (688) B.C. Lions
6/15/2019WINNERMLB
Fargo's 10* MLB Game of the Month (+$18,499 MLB)
This is a play on the NEW YORK METS for our MLB Game of the Month. St. Louis rallied from a 5-4 deficit last night by scoring five runs in the eighth and ninth innings to take the first two games of this series against two solid starters. The Cardinals run into another one tonight and we are thinking the bats will not be as fortunate. They are now two games over .500 for the season and St. Louis has not been three games over .500 since it was 23-20 following a loss on May 15. Despite the decent wins, the Cardinals are 4-10 in their last 14 road games against teams with a winning home record. The Mets got hurt by the rain on Thursday and then by its own bullpen last night as they continue to fall further back in the National League East. They are 7.5 games behind the Braves with a lot of this due to poor play on the road. The Mets are 13-5 in their last 18 home games against teams with a losing road record. Noah Syndergaard had one of the best starts of his career last Sunday as he seven scoreless innings of one-hit ball against Colorado. It was just the second time in 100 starts that he has limited an opponent to one hit over six or more innings. The Mets are 6-2 in his last eight home starts against team with a winning record. Michael Wacha is also coming off a great start but he has not been nearly as consistent as it was his first quality start since April 17. The Cardinals are 3-10 in his last 13 starts during Game Three of a series. 10* (958) New York Mets