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Bookie Busters: Around the World

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While the last few weeks have been jammed with NCAA basketball, now we got a small break and an opportunity to focus on some soccer. We are hot on NBA and Soccer and the mid week action gives us a chance to hit a few nice bets.


New Plays

UPDATE 803 CST

Sac Kings TT over 119 3U

FH TT over 59 2U


UPDATE 857 CST


Warriors TT FH Over 62 5U

FH -7 5U

-13 game 1U









Parlay 8U -117

Chelsea ML

Tottenham ML

UPDATE 125 CST

Holland

Ajax at Emmen

FH Over 1.5 5U

Game over 4 5U


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Italy

Fiorentina at AS Roma Blank check plays

over 2.5

FH over 1









Previous Plays

Virginia -4 (buy the hook) 10U MaX

Virginia FH -2 5U


UPDATE 447 CST

Colombia
DEPORTIVO CALI VS CÚCUTA DEPORTIVO
FH Over 1 +105 5U
Game Over 2 risk 10U


UPDATE 458

Duke -2.5 2nd half 10U MAX


UPDATE 506 CST

Duke/Mich St 2nd half over 78 6U



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Roll that 10 U over into

Galaxy DNB -230 Risk 10 U

Galaxy TT over 2.5 +230 2U


Shatterday

3/30

Netherlands

DE GRAAFSCHAP VS HERACLES ALMELO

Over 3 7U


UPDATE 502 CST

Parlay 10U MAX

ZagsML

Virginia ML


Zags -2.5 FH 3U


509 CST

Zags first Half ML risk 3U


604 CST

Zags ML 2nd half -180 risk 5U


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Houston's magic number stays at 2

Astros drop series finale to Mariners after rough start by Greinke

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With their magic number at 2 to secure their spot in the 2020 MLB postseason, the Astros returned to T-Mobile Park in Seattle for this three-game series' finale and rubber game. Here are the highlights from the game:

Final Score: Mariners 3, Astros 2.

Record: 28-28, second in the AL West.

Winning pitcher: Nick Margevicius (2-3, 4.57 ERA)

Losing pitcher: Zack Greinke (3-3, 4.03 ERA).

Greinke unable to complete five innings

While the Astros were being held scoreless, the Mariners were putting up runs on Zack Greinke. They took an early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first with back-to-back singles followed by an RBI-double with one out. Greinke would stop the damage there, then looked to settle in over the next few frames.

He allowed just one baserunner in the second through fourth innings, a one-out single in the bottom of the fourth. Then, in the fifth, the Mariners would knock him out of the game by getting a one-out single that would come around to score on a two-out RBI-double, followed by an RBI-single to extend the lead to 3-0. Greinke faced one more batter, allowing a single before Dusty Baker would take the ball and move to the bullpen. His final line: 4.2 IP, 8 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 5 K, 0 HR, 92 P.

Astros try a late rally, come up short

On the other end, the Astros were unable to break through against Nick Margevicius, getting just one hit and two walks through the first four innings. They had a chance to get on the board in the top of the fifth, starting the inning with back-to-back singles before a walk loaded the bases with one out to turn the lineup over. They'd come up empty, though, with George Springer striking out before a long flyball to center by Jose Altuve to end the inning.

After finishing the fifth for Greinke, Andre Scrubb returned for a scoreless sixth, working around a one-out walk. Still 3-0, Blake Taylor took over on the mound in the bottom of the seventh, erasing a leadoff single and two-out walk to keep Seattle from extending their lead. Houston had another chance to score in the top of the eighth, getting two runners in scoring position, but again would strand them.

Cy Sneed was the next reliever out for the Astros, working around a two-out walk to send the game on to the ninth. The Astros would avoid the shutout, getting a two-RBI single by pinch-hitting Josh Reddick in the top of the ninth to make it a one-run game at 3-2. That's as close as they'd come, though, as the Mariners would eventually get the final out to take the series and keep the Astros' magic number stagnant at 2.


Up Next: There is one series left in the regular season for Houston, and it awaits them in Arlington with a four-game series against the Rangers, who are well eliminated from playoff contention. The first of the four games will start at 7:05 PM Central on Thursday with a pitching matchup of Lance Lynn (6-2, 2.53 ERA) for Texas and Cristian Javier (4-2, 3.33 ERA) for the Astros.

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