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Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles MLB Odds & Pick from Brandon Lee: September 18th 2017

| September 18, 2017

Boston Red Sox vs. Baltimore Orioles
MLB Pick: Orioles -119 odds (September 18th 2017)
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Despite a 2-8 road trip, the Orioles are still alive, though their chances of making the playoffs are slim to none. Still, teams aren’t going to quit until they are officially out of it this late in the season. Definitely feel there is some value here with Baltimore in their first game back home. I also like that they are coming off a win yesterday and have a red-hot Dylan Bunny on the mound, who has a 2.84 ERA and 0.947 WHIP in his last 3 starts. Boston counters with Doug Fister, who had been great before allowing 6 runs in 4 innings at home to the A’s last time out and I think the struggles could continue here against a Orioles team that is averaging just under 5 (4.9) runs/game at home this season. Give me Baltimore -119!

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Milwaukee Brewers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates MLB Odds & Pick from Will Rogers: September 18th 2017

| September 18, 2017

Milwaukee Brewers vs. Pittsburgh Pirates
MLB Pick: Pit +102 odds (September 18th 2017)
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The set-up: The Brewers gave up their NL Central lead shortly after the All Star break and having been playing catch-up, ever since. The Brewers have played some of their best baseball of late but it hasn’t much helped. Milwaukee has won seven of its last nine contests, including a three-game sweep of first-place Chicago. However, the Cubs are currently on a six-game winning streak, so the Brewers remain four games behind the Cubs and 2 1/2 back of Colorado for the second NL wild card. “When you’re chasing, you have little margin for error,” Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell told reporters. “The teams ahead of us are doing a good job of winning games, and we know the margin is slim. The Brewers begin a three-game road series against the Pittsburgh Pirates on Monday and the only thing the Pirates have to play for is staying out of the cellar in the NL Central (Pittsburgh is only two games ahead of last-place Cincinnati after Sunday’s 5-2 loss to the Reds!).

The pitching matchup: Brent Suter (2-2 & 3.66 ERA) starts for Milwaukee and Jameson Taillon (7-6 & 4.78 ERA) for Pittsburgh. Suter is win-less since July 28, going 0-1 with a 6.33 ERA in six games (five starts / team is) since that last victory. He’s returning from a rotator cuff injury on Sep. 3 and was limited to 50 pitches over three innings against the Pirates on Tuesday, but he should throw 70-75 this time around. Suter has posted a 2.77 ERA without recording a decision in six games (two starts / team is 1-1) versus Pittsburgh. Taillon knows about going win-less as well, as he’s 0-1 with a 5.84 ERA since a triumph at Toronto on Aug. 11 (team is 2-3). The former No. 2 overall draft pick was tagged for six runs and 11 hits over 4 2/3 innings in a loss to the Cubs on Sep. 7 before getting some extra rest. Taillon is 1-2 with a 3.76 ERA in five career starts (Pirates are 3-2) against the Brewers, including a win in the only meeting this season.

The pick: Taillon has struggled since the All Star break (7.17 ERA and a 1.79 WHIP) but as manager Clint Hurdle has said, “He continues to fight. He’s one guy who’s going to sleep real well this winter. He’s poured everything he’s got into this thing. There’s going to be a day when it’s going to be good for him to just sit in a chair and go, ‘Whew! What did I just go through?” I’m kind of on Hurdle’s side here and will back the Pirates, as I’m no fan of Suter.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles Week 2 NFL Point Spread Prediction from Matt Fargo: September 17th 2017

| September 17, 2017

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
Week 2 NFL Prediction: Philadelphia +5.5 points (September 17th 2017)
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Kansas City is coming off an awesome performance at New England last Thursday as it dominated the scoreboard and the stat sheet as it outgained the Patriots by 166 total yards. That memory is fresh in the minds of the public and the linesmakers knew they needed to adjust this line based on that opener so the value is riding with the underdog. While the Chiefs looked unbeatable against New England, a lot of that had to do with the play of the Patriots which were out of synch on offense with a plethora of new faces and in-game injuries on both sides of the ball. You cannot overlook the fact that the Chiefs committed 15 penalties for 139 yards. Philadelphia is coming off a solid win at Washington as it benefitted from four Redskins turnovers but still won the yardage battle by 92 yards. The Eagles possess a nice balance on offense and a play-making defense which makes them dangerous every week. Coming off a divisional win like that could cause a possible letdown but the fact that it is just Week Two negates any sort of letdown talk plus the Eagles have won 15 of their last 20 follow up Redskins games. Eagles head coach Doug Pedersen knows the Chiefs and their tendencies after spending numerous years under Andy Reid so it will be difficult for him to get outcoached here. The road team is an incredible 46-14 ATS in the last 60 Kansas City games and going back, the Chiefs are 1-7 ATS in their last eight games after allowing more than 350 total yards in their previous game. Play (271) Philadelphia Eagles

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