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    mid have you followed ESPNs ball and strike chart as you are watching a tv game?
    Is the website ball/strike location accurate?

    Because I have been f'd out of many a "Tied after 1st inning" wager when ESPNs chart has clearly showed strike 3 to end an inning which was called a ball. I don't mean right on the line I mean well in the strike zone.
    Their website seems to be way off. The TV version seems rather accurate.
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    Good on him for getting all of that out of his system before playing the Cubbies.
    Still killing it, but the Dodgers pen is a septic tank. Gave up 6 runs on 2 outs and 2 strikes in an inning

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    Still killing it, but the Dodgers pen is a septic tank. Gave up 6 runs on 2 outs and 2 strikes in an inning
    Buehler messed up by missing badly on El Mago after going up 0-2. Our bullpen is not much better, almost gave it right back.
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    Buehler messed up by missing badly on El Mago after going up 0-2. Our bullpen is not much better, almost gave it right back.
    Yeah, that pitch was God-awful. Called for it bottom outside of the zone and Walker hung it.

    https://video.twimg.com/amplify_vide...FnF.mp4?tag=11

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    ^ and I was contemplating taking the under of only 5.5 after 3 innings.
    F me wth happened to the Dogs pitching?
    Props to Cubs batters?

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    SMH.....

    I can't believe this is a consideration but is Ausmus a step back from Skosha?

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    Yeah, that pitch was God-awful. Called for it bottom outside of the zone and Walker hung it.

    https://video.twimg.com/amplify_vide...FnF.mp4?tag=11
    WooHoo! just hit no score / tied after 1st inning for second day in a row Cubs Dodgers.
    Way to go Dog pitchers.
    Seems like these always end up in a sweat final out tho.

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    The Vlad Jr. debut was great. HarlemHeat37 and resistanze you got yourselves a special player

    I thought he got it.

    https://streamable.com/z1n2a

    But came back with a clutch 9th inning hit.

    https://streamable.com/7691d

    And no strikeouts. My kind of player.

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    Spurs season is ova. Robz4000, time for Dads baseball. Looking sharp, going for 6 straight.

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    I will be watching alot of this series. Especially tomorrow at the pub


    1998 NLCS
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    Is all I ever hear from my San Diego friends when this series comes around yearly.

    Funny to remember we use to be division rivals.
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    Super close game.
    Bochy leaves reliever Watson in for like 4 farking hits in a row to blow the shutout.

    Next Posey leads off with double and he lets pinch hitter Longoria hit away.
    Move the f-ing runner over with no outs.

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    Ok Longoria all is forgiven.

    mid I am buying at the club tonight.
    Had Giants on the ML and separately U 5.5

    Unreal.

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    Why TB, Minnesota, and Philly doing well? Haven't been following any of it besides checking in on the Angels a bit.

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    Red Sox suddenly not looking like the worst team in baseball this year.

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    Why TB, Minnesota, and Philly doing well? Haven't been following any of it besides checking in on the Angels a bit.
    Tampa always starts off strong and fades down the stretch. Minny has a good team and should challenge for a postseason spot. Philly has a lot of good young pieces to go along with Bryce Harper, but prolly don't have enough to challenge the Braves (don't see anyone in that division getting a WC with the NL Central having the Brewers/Cards/Cubs).
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    20 games into the season. I'm crossing 1/4 of the field

    NL
    Reds 13-17
    Giants 13-18
    Nationals 12-17
    Marlins 9-21


    AL
    Angels 14-17
    Athletics 14-19
    Royals 11-20
    Orioles 11-21

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    Hey Houston manager, do you think you should pull Peacock?
    tbh are some of these managers in on bets?

    walk
    single
    single
    double
    triple
    sac fly
    double
    double

    and the has still not pulled the pitcher.

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    Why TB, Minnesota, and Philly doing well? Haven't been following any of it besides checking in on the Angels a bit.
    Tampa Bay won over 90 games last season and has shaken up the league some with their opener tactic (they use a reliever to pitch the first/second innings. Angels are starting to use it some, too). They also have a very good rotation. Charlie Morton, Blake Snell, Team ERA and runs allowed is the lowest in the MLB. They're also getting contribution from players like Yandy Diaz and Brandon Lowe on offense.

    Philly was a bubble team last season, and got better during the off-season, acquiring JT Realmuto, Jean Segura, and Andrew McCutchen (who seemed done, but has been worth 1.0 WAR this season). Harper has yet to pay dividends, though.

    Twins are hot offensively, leading the league in OPS. Probably not sustainable.

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    20 games into the season. I'm crossing 1/4 of the field

    NL
    Reds 13-17
    Giants 13-18
    Nationals 12-17
    Marlins 9-21


    AL
    Angels 14-17
    Athletics 14-19
    Royals 11-20
    Orioles 11-21
    Yeah, none of these teams have the talent to make a push, except maybe Oakland.

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    Tampa always starts off strong and fades down the stretch. Minny has a good team and should challenge for a postseason spot. Philly has a lot of good young pieces to go along with Bryce Harper, but prolly don't have enough to challenge the Braves (don't see anyone in that division getting a WC with the NL Central having the Brewers/Cards/Cubs).
    The way Tatis got hurt was the most Padres thing ever. Luckily it's not serious.

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    The way Tatis got hurt was the most Padres thing ever. Luckily it's not serious.
    yeah it was pretty ridiculous

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    The Professor with the 81 pitch Maddux Gem this afternoon. Honestly never thought we'd see one of these in the modern three true outcome era of baseball.

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    Congtrats mid.
    Nicely done comeback.
    I needed it and Portland NBA to complete a parlay. Needless to say it had a happy ending for me. DK why but I wasn't feeling the points so took Kershaw and Dodgers on ML only. Wow did that work out.

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    Rich Hill today. What an interesting way most teams including the Dodgers have utilized him.
    With mostly successful results.
    So mid how many innings to do they want out of Hill today?
    I like his game. Just not sure if i should bet 1st 5 or entire game.

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    The Professor with the 81 pitch Maddux Gem this afternoon. Honestly never thought we'd see one of these in the modern three true outcome era of baseball.
    What was really impressive is that he did with only 3 Ks. I didn't watch the game, but love that kind of line. Was he pitching to contact a lot?

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