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Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators NHL Betting Odds & Pick from Will Rogers: May 19th 2017

| May 19, 2017

Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Ottawa Senators
NHL Betting Pick: Ottawa -103 odds (May 19th 2017)
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The set-up: The Pittsburgh Penguins‘ high-octane offense averaged an NHL-best 3.39 goals per game in the regular season but in three games against Ottawa, the Penguins have scored just one goal in each game of this series. Kessel’s third-period goal in Game 2 was enough to win but when Crosby scored for the Pens in Game 3, Ottawa already led 5-0. Game 4 of this series is clearly a pivotal one for the defending champs, as coming back from a 3-1 deficit may be too much to ask of a Pittsburgh team struggling on offense and decimated by injuries on the blue line. Adding more drama to the occasion, Pittsburgh head coach Mike Sullivan told reporters he’d reveal what he hopes to be his ace in the hole on Friday morning, with the disclosure of whether franchise goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury or rookie Matt Murray will get the start in net!

Pittsburgh: Fleury had been nothing short of brilliant while stepping in for an injured Murray (lower body), lifting the Penguins past Columbus and Washington and stopping 56 of 58 shots versus Ottawa in the first two games before getting shredded for four goals on nine shots in the first period of a Wednesday’s 5-1 loss. The roles are somewhat reversed from last season when the 22-year-old Murray took over for a concussed Fleury and guided Pittsburgh to its fourth Stanley Cup title in franchise history. That aside, the Penguins still have their offensive woes to deal with. Those haven’t just begun this series, as they come into this contest having mustered just nine tallies in their last six games, which follows them having scored 35 goals in their first nine of the playoffs.

Ottawa: Head coach Guy Boucher offered his own take on the Penguins’ netminding situation. “I don’t care,” Boucher said, according to the Ottawa Sun. “Whether it’s (Fleury) or another goalie, it doesn’t matter.” Ottawa’s 1-3-1 system is largely responsible for flustering Pittsburgh but the team’s offensive ‘explosion’ (four, first-period goals) was a welcome sight in Game 3. Ottawa’s offense was almost non-existent in Game 2, as the Senators failed to record a shot on goal for 18:53 bridging the second and third periods! Five different players scored in Wednesday’s win with Ryan adding two assists (giving him five goals and eight assists) to close within one point of Karlsson’s team-leading 14 points (two goals / 12 assists) this postseason.

The pick: Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan has chosen to keep everyone guessing as to the identity of his starting goalie on Friday and is that really a “winning strategy?” Time will tell. I do see the defending champs coming out strong, as a team with the firepower of Malkin (6 G / 14 A), Kessel ( 6 G / 9 A), Crosby (5 G / 10 A) and Guentzel (9 G / 5 A) is unlikely to be held to just one goal again. However, the goalie situation could turn into a ‘nightmare’ plus regardless of which player is in goal, the injury-riddled Pittsburgh blue line remains a real problem. Expect Ottawa to take a 3-1 lead in the series with a win.

Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays MLB Betting Odds & Pick from Brandon Lee: May 18th 2017

| May 18, 2017

Atlanta Braves vs. Toronto Blue Jays
MLB Betting Pick: Blue Jays -130 odds (May 18th 2017)
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Toronto is worth a look here, as they are going to come out with a little extra motivation to avoid losing all 4 games against the Braves during their 2-game home-and-home set. The Blue Jays have just the guy on the mound to put a stop to the bleeding, as they send out Marcus Stroman, who is 3-2 with a solid 3.33 ERA in 8 starts, which includes 2 complete games. Stroman’s numbers would be even better if not for two bad starts against two loaded lineups in the Yankees and Red Sox. He’s allowed 11 earned runs against those two teams and 9 in his other 6 starts combined. On the flip side of this, Atlanta gives the rock to Julio Teheran, who has really struggled at home, going 1-3 with a 8.14 ERA and 1.857 WHIP in 4 starts. Give me the Blue Jays -130!

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St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox MLB Odds & Prediction from Brandon Lee: May 17th 2017

| May 17, 2017

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Boston Red Sox
MLB Prediction: Cardinals +104 odds (May 17th 2017)
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St. Louis has to feel like they gave away the series opener last night. The Cardinals lost the game 6-3, but handed the Red Sox extra chances on three errors, which resulted in three unearned runs. I expect this team to bounce back with a much better showing in tonight’s prime time matchup on ESPN. Keep in mind the Cardinals had been playing very well and are still 8-2 over their last 10. Boston will send out reigning AL Cy Young winner Rick Porcello, but I’m just not sold on him being able to stay at that elite level and he’s 2-5 with a 4.01 ERA in 8 starts. While Porcello is struggling, St. Louis starter, Mike Leake, is having an epic start to the 2017 season. Leake is 4-2 with an incredible 1.94 ERA and 0.993 WHIP in 7 starts. I just don’t feel Boston should be favored on the road against a playoff contender like St. Louis. Give me the Cardinals +104!

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Milwaukee Brewers vs. San Diego Padres Betting Odds & Prediction from Larry Ness: May 16th 2017

| May 16, 2017

Milwaukee Brewers vs. San Diego Padres
MLB Betting Prediction: San Diego -115 odds (May 16th 2017)
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Hunter Renfroe had a game-winning two-run HR in the bottom of the 10th inning in San Diego’s 6-5 victory over Milwaukee on Monday night. Renfroe had a career-best four RBI in Monday’s victory but it marked just San Diego’s third win in the past 12 games. The Padres will continue their four-game home series with the Brewers tonight with MLB’s worst record (15-25, .375). As for Milwaukee, the Brewers appeared on their way to their seventh victory in eight games when recently recalled infielder Eric Sogard homered in the top of the10th but Renfroe’s blast ended those hopes. Milwaukee is 21-18, 1 1/2 games behind the first-place Cards in the NL Central.

Tuesday’s pitching matchup features Jimmy Nelson (1-2, 3.99 ERA) for the Brewers and Clayton Richard (2-4, 4.34 ERA) for the Padres. Nelson hasn’t won since April 13 but he did put together a strong outing in his last start, matching his season high of eight strikeouts and allowing just one unearned run on four hits over 6 2/3 innings against the Red Sox last Thursday (he settled a for a no-decision in Bostons’ 4-1 win). Nelson is 1-3 with a 3.80 ERA in four career starts against the Padres.

Richard is winless in each of his last four starts but is also coming off a solid performance. He gave up one run on five hits in seven innings against Texas on Thursday before the bullpen lost the lead and the game in the ninth inning. Richard is 3-3 with a 5.04 ERA in 14 career appearances (eight starts / teams are 4-4) against the Brewers.

The Brewers have played much better than the Padres so far in 2017 but let’s remember that Milwaukee was just 32-49 on the road in 2016. The Padres have been at least competitive here at home (8-9, compared to 7-16 on the road) and last night’s walk-off win should be a momentum booster. Also, be aware that Nelson has struggled quite a bit at Petco Park, losing both of his previous starts there, while posting an 8.00 ERA. Back the Padres to make it two in a row!