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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 27, 2015
Arizona Diamondbacks vs Seattle Mariners
Seattle Mariners
-133 at 5Dimes
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I’m playing on the Seattle Mariners as my 9* American League Personal Favorite.

The Mariners are building momentum heading into a new week of schedule, coming off a thrilling series win against Toronto this weekend. Seattle scored a come-from-behind victory against the Blue Jays in extra innings Sunday and now has won three of its last four entering this interleague set with Arizona. Seattle is hitting the ball extremely well since the break, with a .263 BA and averaging 4.7 runs an outing – compared to a season-long .238 BA and 3.63 scoring average. The Mariners have won eight of the previous 10 meetings with the Diamondbacks and have won four in a row versus Arizona at home heading into Monday’s Game 1. Seattle goes with Mike Montgomery on the mound. The rookie has struggled in recent starts but two of those came at New York and Detroit and we expect a return to Safeco Field to stabilize his game. The lefty is much sounder at home with a 3.15 ERA and a 21-5 strikeout/walk count. Arizona counters with starter Robbie Ray, who was beaten up in his worst outing of the season last time out. The southpaw lasted just 4 2-3 innings after allowing five runs on five hits in a loss to Miami. Arizona has won just once in Ray’s last six trips to the hill.

I’m playing on Seattle as my 9* AL Personal Favorite Monday.

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MLB  |  Jul 27, 2015
Colorado Rockies vs Chicago Cubs
Chicago Cubs
-165 at 5Dimes
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I’m playing on the Chicago Cubs as my 9* National League Personal Favorite.

The Cubs open the doors of the Friendly Confines to the Colorado Rockies this week, kicking off this series Monday. Chicago got an eye-opening series loss to the Phillies this past weekend, getting outscored 21-8 and suffering through a no-hitter on Saturday. The Cubs look to erase that embarrassing weekend with a strong effort in this series opener, going with starter Kyle Hendricks on the bump. The right hander suffered a speed bump in his last start but was impressive in the four starts prior to a loss to Cincinnati. Hendricks had allowed just one earned run through 26 innings of work and carries a slim 2.81 home ERA into this contest – compared to 4.31 on the road. Colorado benefited from its home digs this past weekend, blasting the Reds 17-7 Sunday. The Rockies’ run production dips severely when they hit the road, scoring 3.4 runs per game as visitors compared to 5.5 inside Coors Field, and they take the diamond at Wrigley Field which has one of the lowest offensive ballpark factors in the major leagues. Colorado hands the ball to Jorge De La Rosa for this series opener. The left hander is coming off a rough outing in his most recent effort, getting knocked around for six runs on five hits through six innings. Colorado has won just twice in its last seven meetings with the Cubbies and is 8-22 in its previous 30 trips to the Windy City.

I’m playing on Chicago as my 9* NL Personal Favorite Monday.

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MLB  |  Jul 27, 2015
Cincinnati Reds vs St. Louis Cardinals
7½ un-115 at betonline
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I’m playing on the Under in Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals as my 10* Blue Chip.

The Cardinals host their NL Central rivals, fresh off three straight Under winners in this past weekend’s series with Atlanta. St. Louis has played below the number in four of its last five contests and owns a long-standing 17-41-2 Over/Under run inside Busch Stadium, playing Under the total in almost 71 percent of its last 60 home games. The Cardinals have allowed a total of just 10 runs in the last five games, and send starter Lance Lynn to the mound to keep that stingy streak going. Lynn has allowed two or fewer earned runs in eight of his previous 10 appearances with St. Louis playing Under in 14 of his 18 starts on the season – in part to poor run support in Lynn’s efforts. Cincinnati comes off a high-scoring series in Colorado, including a 17-7 loss Sunday. This swing in setting will be a shock to the Reds offense. They are going with Raisel Iglesias on the mound Monday. He threw a lot of pitchers in his last start but allowed just two runs on six hits through 5 2-3 innings of work. He made his debut against the Cardinals in April, allowing three runs on five hits through five innings.

I’m playing on the Under in Cincinnati at St. Louis as my 10* Blue Chip Monday.

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MLB  |  Jul 28, 2015
San Diego Padres vs New York Mets
New York Mets
-135 at 5Dimes
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I’m playing on the New York Mets as my 10* National League Personal Favorite.

The Mets are riding high after taking the final two games of a four-game set with the L.A. Dodgers this past weekend, and now host another West Coast club Tuesday. The San Diego Padres make a cross-country hike to Flushing, having lost seven of their previous nine games inside Citi Field. New York goes with starter Noah Syndergaard Tuesday, who has been stellar in recent outings with a 1.59 ERA over his last five appearances. The right hander is night and day at home as well, boasting a 4-1 record and 1.74 ERA in six starts in front of the Big Apple fans. The Padres go with James Shields, who has earned just one win since beating the Mets way back on June 3. The once-mighty righty has a beefy ERA just north of 5.00 away from home and hasn’t been able to go deep into starts. San Diego’s bullpen has had to work extra with Shields on the mound, and the relief unit is not a sound bet with a collective 3.73 ERA. The Padres don’t provide much support on the road either, hitting just .239 BA and averaging only 3.9 runs as visitors.

I’m playing on New York as my 10* NL Personal Favorite Tuesday.

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MLB  |  Jul 28, 2015
Philadelphia Phillies vs Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto Blue Jays
-230 at pinnacle
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I’m playing on the Toronto Blue Jays as my 6* Blue Marlin.

Toronto is kicking itself for letting a series slip away versus Seattle this past weekend, giving up a lead to the Mariners only to lose in extra innings Sunday. The Jays enjoyed a day off before opening this home set with the Phillies. Toronto has won eight in a row over its interleague rivals as well as six straight against the Phils inside the Rogers Centre. The Blue Jays look to keep that dominance rolling by handing the ball to starter Felix Doubront for Game 1. The left hander has made just three big league starts so far but should be able to settle in against a Philadelphia lineup that ranks near the bottom of the bigs in nearly every offensive category. This is also his first start in front of the Toronto faithful, where the Jays have backed up their pitchers with the 10th-best run support in the majors. Philadelphia goes with Adam Morgan on the mound Tuesday. He’s coming off a rough outing in which he was lit up for three runs on nine hits through just 4 2-3 innings. Morgan has a 5.73 ERA away from home in two road starts.

I’m playing on Toronto as my 6* Blue Marlin Tuesday. 


Ben Burns burst onto the sports betting scene in the 1990s, first making his selections available to the public in 1998. Now entering his tenth year, Ben has become one of the most successful and well-respected handicappers on the entire Internet.

From 1998 to 2006, Ben had his selections documented by the Big Guy Sports Monitor. During that time, he accumulated numerous seasonal titles in all the major sports. In fact, competing against a field of 150, Ben's NFL selections still rank as #1 of all-time there. With such a commanding lead over the field, it is highly unlikely that his all-time NFL record there will ever be matched.

Like all handicappers, Ben goes through both hot and cold streaks. However, whether winning or losing, he always "tells it like it is." Perhaps more importantly, as his many fans are quick to point out, Ben's winning weeks tend to greatly outnumber his losing ones. Note that Ben followed up an extremely strong 2006 with an even better campaign in 2007!

Ben is known as a "Totals Expert" and his over/under plays are highly sought after in all sports. In addition to his "total" success, Ben's "sides" are also known for their sizzling hot streaks. While he advocates playing all his selections equally, Ben's knack for nailing his "Big" plays is truly remarkable.

Ben capped off a highly successful college football season by winning his Bowl Game of the Year, a 41-10 wire-to-wire destruction on Georgia over Hawaii. Ben's NFL playoffs didn't go as well though and he lost his first ever Super Bowl selection, when the Patriots were upset by the Giants. Despite that rare setback, Ben's Super Bowl record remains at 10-1 for his career. Additionally, his NFL playoff picks remain a powerful 47-22 (68%) ATS the past six years. Ben isn't just a football expert though, as his hockey, baseball AND basketball picks are also highly respected.

Ben logs extremely long hours. His hard work clearly shows itself in his high quality writeups and extraordinary long-term records. If you're looking for an honest, hard-working handicapper with a documented history of success, give Ben Burns a try. We're sure that you'll be impressed!

Handicapper Ben Burns has been analyzing sports and looking at odds nearly all of his life, but he is now going into his 10th year of offering his sports picks accessible to the general public. During that span he has escalated to the pinnacle of the handicapping world and is now one of the most flourishing and respectable names in the industry.

Burns has gathered national attention for his numerous season titles in all sports. His NFL betting tips rank him #1 at a few of the leading sports monitors and his figures in the sport will most likely never be beaten by another handicapper. While he does go through ups and downs like each different handicapper in the industry, you’ll always see him saying it like it is. However, you’ll see his numerous winning streaks outnumbering his few little losing streaks. If you take a look at his record over long term then we have no incertitude you will be struck by the cash that he racks up for clients.

If you bet totals, then you really should see which over/under plays he’s making every night. Don’t take this the wrong way though, since he easily beats the football betting lines, basketball betting lines, and baseball odds for sides as well. And, if you like watching your action then there isn’t anybody better at picking out the hard victors on national televised contests.

Last year his football picks were very prosperous, and he ended his season in a 41-10 rout by taking the Bulldogs over Hawaii for his Game of the Year. If you want to lay lots of action on the Super Bowl, then his picks on the game are now 10-1 over his life history. However, Ben doesn’t just concentrate on football, his baseball, college basketball, and pro basketball picks are all very moneymaking and win customers loads of money.

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