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Brandon Lee

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Jeff Alexander

**#2 Ranked Basketball Handicapper All-Time** Jeff is also one of the top experts in the business on the hardwood. He's the #2 NBA Handicapper All-Time (6 Top 10 Finishes since 2009) & is a Top 10 NCAAB Handicapper All-Time (#10 Ranked NCAAB Capper 2017-18)! 

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Ben Burns

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Jimmy Boyd - Boston Red Sox (MLB

I got no problem laying big juice with Boston at home against the Blue Jays. Red Sox will be sending out their newest starter in Andrew Cashner, who they just recently acquired in a trade with Baltimore. 

Cashner is a guy that was believed to have a high upside when he first game in the league, so a lot of people are familiar with the name. However, I doubt many have been paying attention to how well he's been pitching this season because of how bad the Orioles are. 

Cashner went 9-3 with a 3.83 ERA and 1.194 WHIP in 17 starts with Baltimore. That includes a 3-0 mark with a 1.35 ERA and 0.650 WHIP in his last 3 starts. He's also owned the Blue Jays, posting a 2.49 ERA in 8 career starts against them. 

Look for Boston to provide plenty of run-support. Toronto is sending out Jacob Waguespack, who has made two relief appearances this season. This will be his first ever big league start. He has a 5.00 ERA in 9 innings of relief. Red Sox have scored 6 or more in 6 of their last 8 games. Take Boston! 

Brandon Lee - Miami Marlins +115 (MLB) 

Some people just won't bet the Marlins simply because they are the Marlins. I get it. Betting on really bad teams is not something you want to make a habit of. However, there are spots where you just have to roll the dice. This is one of those spots. I just don't think the Marlins should be a home dog here with Jordan Yamamoto on the mound. The guy has made 5 starts and has a sensational 1.86 ERA and 0.931 WHIP. He's already logged 3 starts where he went at least 6 innings and didn't allow a run. Padres will be countering with Logan Allen, who just gave up 6 runs on 7 hits (3 HRs) and 2 walks in 4 innings at home to the Giants. Give me the Marlins +115!

Ben Burns - Texas Rangers -157 (MLB)

Both today's starters have a superb 0.82 ERA their past recent starts. However, Lynn has gone 22 innings over his past three, an average of better than seven innings per start. Young, on the other hand, has only gone half as long, just 11 innings over his two starts. While Lynn has been getting it done all season, those are the only two big league starts Young has made. So, he's working with a very small sample size. Also, note the Young really struggled in a Triple-A start last week. Lynn should be happy to see Arizona; he's a perfect 6-0 with a 2.80 ERA in 12 appearances (10 starts) against the Dbax. Consider Texas.

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