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Raise your hand if you like free money.

Ok now put it down and pick up your phone and call your book or go to your online site and bet the freest of free money bets.  If you recall Building Up that Base and a few other Big Rips followers last year bet the over of 20.5 wins for ANY pitcher in Major League Baseball.  Just to refresh everyones memory there has been like 3 seasons (not including strike years) that a pitcher hasn’t won 20 games over the last 30 years.  Once again My Guy has decided to give away thousands of dollars this year and put up the same prop.  We had to sweat it out a bit, even though the bet was marked in July when Ubaldo Jimenez had 15 wins at the All Star break. But in the end we prevailed as C.C. Sabathia and Doc Halladay both came through with 21 wins each.  Now that Cliff Lee in the Philly, CC has kicked his box of Captain Crunch a day habit (he dropped 25 lbs), John Lester and David Price are emerging as Aces, I’ve got a real good feeling this will hit again. It’s nice to pencil in free rent in October.  Bet the over of 20.5 wins for any pitch in 2011 baseball season.

Good luck,

-SD

 

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A couple bets today that I love…

Golf Match Up: Ernie Els -160 over Charl Schwartzel.  Charl fired a 76 yesterday, barely making the cut.  Els has too much experience

Yankees C.C. Sabathia -145 over Tampa Bay Rays Wade Davis, lots of free money here.  Tex busts out against the 2nd year starter

Milwaukee Brewers Yovani Gallardo -140 over St. Louis Cardinals Jaime Garcia.  Gallardo at 24 just inked a $30 Million deal, he is sick Braun and Fielder will make the Brew Crew contend this year

-SD

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Thanks for the free money Doc

It’s that time of the year when I start looking at long-term MLB bets, this year there is one that pops right off the page.  My guy is giving away free money this Baseball season and if you have an online account check to see if you have this prop.  I am hammering the Over of total wins by a MLB pitcher.  The O/U is 20.5 -115.  I love this.  I think last year was the first time in 30 years that a pitcher did not win at least 20 games, in a non-strike season (let me check with my statistician to be sure).  This is going to be a huge bounce back year for the league and now that Roy Halladay is in the National League and steroids are almost phased out, he has a chance to win 30 games.  I would probably take this if he was my only pitcher, but you also have guys like CC Sabathia, Johan Santana, Felix Hernandez, Josh Becket (in a contract year), Verlander, and Dan Haren.

Do yourself a favor and invest in this.

-SD

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