Is Labor Day weekend really in two weeks, where did the summer go right? Well you know it is getting closer with the pennant races really heating up and those of us doing baseball totals grinding away.
As anyone who has ever done this for an extended period of time, the daily grind of studying the MLB odds is both a curse and a blessing, in part because it is every day, yet when our attention turns more to football, part of us still loves looking over those numbers and trying to beat the sportsbooks.
Last night if you followed along, we swept the board against those books and raised our record to 17-11 for MLB picks. Here is what I have for Friday.
The New York Yankees offense looked more like it had been all season in sweeping their city rivals the Mets, averaging a hair over five runs a game. Boston’s offense has also been like boiling water on the stove in scoring 6.1 runs a contest in their last seven. With the total listed at nine, we have a pair of left-handers starting, Jordan Montgomery (3.94 ERA) for New York and Drew Pomeranz (3.39) for Boston.
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