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At 4:07 PM ET on Sunday, we will be playing Under the Total in the game between the Kansas City Royals (925) and the Los Angeles Angels (926) listing both starting pitchers Danny Duffy and Tyler Skaggs. THE SITUATION: Los Angeles (22-23) has won the first two games of this series with their 6-3 victory over the Royals yesterday. Kansas City (15-31) has lost four straight games.
REASONS TO TAKE UNDER THE TOTAL: The Angels have seen the Under go a decisive 49-23-5 in their last 77 games after a win — and the Under is 37-18-5 in their last 60 games after scoring at least five runs in their last contest. The Under is also 3-0-1 in their last 4 home games against teams who are not more than 40% of their games on the road. They give the ball to Skaggs who is 4-3 with a 5.05 ERA and a 1.40 WHIP in seven starts this season. The left-hander has been more effective at home where he owns a 2.19 ERA with a 1.05 WHIP and an opponent’s batting average of .209 in two starts. Skaggs was 8-10 last year with a 4.02 ERA and a 1.33 WHIP — but the deeper sabermetrics were bullish with both his SIERA and xFIP projecting an ERA of 3.86 and 3.79. Skaggs was dominant over his first nineteen starts last season before three separate stints on the disabled list slowed down his campaign. Over those first nineteen starts, Skaggs had a 2.62 ERA with a 1.19 WHIP while registering eleven Quality Starts. His increased reliance on his change-up resulted in a 25.5% strikeout rate over that span presented great promise for what he could accomplish this season. With him making just his third start at home this season, he is an undervalued commodity this afternoon. The Angels have played 4 straight games Under the Total with Skaggs on the hill — and they have played 11 of their last 12 games in the afternoon with Skaggs making the start. He faces a Royals team that is scoring 2.7 Runs-Per-Game over their last seven games with just a .243 batting average along with a .301 On-Base Percentage and an OPS of .606 over that span. Kansas City has played 4 of their last 5 games Under the Total against left-handed starting pitchers. The Royals have also played 5 of their last 7 road games Under the Total with the Total set in the 8 to 8.5 range — and the Under is 12-3-1 in their last 16 road games against teams with a losing record. They counter with Duffy who is 2-1 with a 3.97 ERA and a 1.41 WHIP in four starts this season. His one start on the road was successful as he surrendered only two earned runs in 6 2/3 innings of work in Houston. While that is not nearly enough of a sample size to trust, the left-hander was much more effective on the road last season where he had a 3.94 ERA with a 1.46 WHIP and an opponent’s batting average of .256 as compared to his 6.31 ERA, 1.53 WHIP, and .276 opponent’s batting average when pitching at home. The Under is 3-1-1 in the Royals’ last 5 road games with Duffy facing a team with a losing record. Duffy had shoulder issues that saw his ERA rise to a 4.88 ERA — but he still has averaged a 3.47 ERA over the last four seasons. He seems to be in better form again this season. He faces an Angels team that has seen the Under go 18-7-1 in their last 26 home games against left-handed starting pitchers. The Under is also 5-0-2 in Los Angeles’ last 7 games against starting pitchers with a WHIP of 1.30 or higher. The Angels score only 3.6 Runs-Per-Game against left-handed pitching while posting a .230 batting average along with a .293 On-Base Percentage and an OPS of .693.
FINAL TAKE: The Under is 5-2-1 in the last 8 meetings between these two teams — and the Under is also 3-0-1 in the last 4 contests between these two teams when playing in LA. 10* MLB Sunday Afternoon Discounted Deal with Under the Total in the game between the Kansas City Royals (925) and the Los Angeles Angels (926) listing both starting pitchers Danny Duffy and Tyler Skaggs. Best of luck for us — Frank.
At 3:08 PM ET on Sunday, we will be playing the money-line on the San Jose Sharks (22) versus the St. Louis Blues (21). THE SITUATION: St. Louis (55-35-9) evened this series at 2-2 on Friday with their 2-1 win on their home ice over San Jose (56-35-7). The Sharks return home to the SAP Center to host the fifth game of this series.
REASONS TO TAKE SAN JOSE WITH THE MONEY-LINE: The Sharks should respond with a strong effort after their slow start on Friday ultimately cost them that game. San Jose fell behind by a 2-0 score in the first period and could never score the tying goal despite outshooting the Blues by a 30 to 22 margin while applying furious pressure on them late in the third period. The Sharks have won 19 of their last 25 games after failing to score more than one goal in their last game — and they have won 5 of their last 6 games after failing to score more than two goals in their last contest. San Jose has also won 19 of their last 27 games after not allowing more than two goals in their last game. They return home where they are 32-14-3 this season. The Sharks have won 9 of their last 12 home games when favored — and they have won 6 of their last 8 home games against teams with a winning record on the road. This San Jose team should be very focused to redeem themselves from their 4-2 loss to St. Louis in their last game at home. The Sharks are 7-3 on home ice in these playoffs while outscoring their visitors by a 39 to 20 goal differential. San Jose has won both their previous Game Fives in the first two playoff series this postseason against Vegas and Colorado. The Sharks have won 9 of their last 11 home games with the Total set at 5.5. And in their last 6 playoff games when the series was tied, San Jose has won 5 of these games. St. Louis has lost 4 of their last 5 games after a win this postseason. Their rookie goaltender, Jordan Binnington, was outstanding on Friday as he stopped 29 of the 30 shots he faced. But Binnington has an unspectacular 2.58 Goals-Against-Average with a .908 save percentage in seventeen starts in these playoffs. The Blues have lost 16 of their last 23 games in the playoffs when priced as an underdog in the +110 to +150 price range. This franchise has also lost 10 of their last 14 games in the Western Conference Finals.
FINAL TAKE: San Jose has won 7 of their last 10 games when playing with revenge from a loss where they only scored one goal. They are hosting a Blues team that has lost 4 of their last 5 games played in the SAP Center against the Sharks. 25* NHL Third Round NBC-TV Game of the Year with the money-line on the money-line on the San Jose Sharks (22) versus the St. Louis Blues (21). Best of luck for us — Frank.
Frank Sawyer has been the handicapper for the stars ever since he started working in the film industry over 20 years ago. In 1997, Frank decided to make his personal bets available to the public and his Hollywood Sports was born. His service has been ranked #1 by the Sports Monitor in Oklahoma City. Frank's style combines his veteran handicapping instincts with cutting edge statistical metric analysis to make him one of the most distinct, diverse and reliable handicappers in the business. One look at his Game Reports illustrates the difference he brings to the betting window. Frank bets football, basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer and horse racing (he has been a professional racehorse owner). He ranks his plays with a simple 10*, 20* and 25* rating system that serves as a money management guide: 10* plays warrant a standard bet; 20* plays are strong enough to warrant a doubling of a standard bet; 25* plays are Frank's highest rated play and it is recommended to invest 2.5 to 3 times a standard bet. Frank's signature play is his *A-List* release which is reserved for only the most rare and elite betting situations. You can follow his daily sports trials and tribulations (with few jokes thrown in) on Twitter: FrankSawyer_HS