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Bookie Busters: Bread Truck Diaries: Part Deuce

Time to haul in some bread. Credit: Getty Images


Momentum, as with anything in life, when maneuvered at the moment can lead you to what us gamblers call streaks. Now, we have another opportunity to capitalize on some more games with all the conference tournaments and Europa league second legs.

Champs League was something serious for us and we killed the board Wednesday, we hope to carry that over to Europa. I have some bangers, good luck!


New Plays

UPDATE 1243 CST

Arsenal TT over 2.5 risk 10U

Arsenal HT/FT 6U


UPDATED 650 CST

Colombia

Cucuta vs Petrolera

Over 2 risk 10U juiced but safe

UPDATE 836 CST

BIG PLAY

Georgetown vs Seton Hall
First Half over 70 10U MAX










3U +120

Rockets/ Oklahoma (NCAA ML Parlay)




Previous Plays

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Tuesday

Man City TT over 2.5 risk 8U

UPDATE 240 CST

Juventus ML 10U MAX

UPDATE 817 CST

Wolves/Nuggets

over 117 FH 2U

Previous Plays

N Kentucky/ Oakland

Over 152 8U MAX

Germany

Dortmund game over 3 8U

Dortmund TT over 2 Risk 8U

England

Tottenham game over 2.5 10U MAX

Netherlands: Soccer Play of Day

Dan Haag vs Heerenveen

Over 3 10U MAX

First half over 1 risk 10U

UPDATE

810 CST

Wolves/Wizards Over 118 2nd half 8U MAX

UPDATE 323 CST

MLS

ATL United first half ML 8U MAX

UPDATE 349

Wofford 2nd H TT over 38 10U MAX

UPDATE 613 CST

Pelicans/Hawks 2nd half over 116 5U

UPDATE

Oral Roberts/N. Dakota ST 2nd Half over 78 10U MAX


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Houston's bats have a hot night

Astros clobber Rangers to win series opener

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After dropping two of three in Seattle, the Astros entered the regular season's final series still waiting to clinch their playoff berth. Luckily their matchup favored them, with four games against the 19-37 Rangers, which they have done well against in recent years. Here are highlights from the opener:

Final Score: Astros 12, Rangers 4.

Record: 29-28, second in the AL West.

Winning pitcher: Cristian Javier (5-2, 3.48 ERA).

Losing pitcher: Lance Lynn (6-3, 3.32 ERA).

Astros put up 10 on Lynn 

Houston had no trouble getting acquainted with the Rangers' new stadium, jumping out to an early lead in the top of the first inning. After a lengthy at-bat against Lance Lynn, Jose Altuve reached on a one-out single, then scored from first on a two-out RBI-triple by Alex Bregman. They'd double their lead in the next at-bat on an error, making it 2-0.

They extended that lead even more in the next inning, getting back-to-back singles to start the inning to set up a big three-run dinger by George Springer to straightaway center-field to make it 5-0. Bregman added two more RBI to his night in the top of the fifth, capitalizing on a leadoff single by Michael Brantley by hitting a two-run homer to make it a 7-0 lead. Altuve would push the total to double-digits in the top of the sixth, lifting a three-run home run of his own to make it a 10- lead.

Javier with a decent start, bullpen closes out the win

Meanwhile, Cristian Javier was doing well on the mound against the Rangers. He allowed just three baserunners through the first five innings, a double in the first, a hit batter in the second, and a single in the fifth. He would falter a bit in the bottom of the sixth, allowing a leadoff single then a two-run homer, then later in the inning a sac fly, making it 10-3 before Houston would turn to their bullpen. Javier's final line: 5.2 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 6 K, 1 HR, 95 TP.

Luis Garcia would get the final out of the sixth then returned for the bottom of the seventh, allowing a leadoff double that would score on a two-out RBI-double, making it a six-run game before Garcia finished the frame. Brooks Raley was the next reliever and notched two strikeouts in a 1-2-3 inning in the eighth.

Josh Reddick gave Houston two more insurance runs, joining the home run barrage with a two-run homer in the top of the inning to make it 12-4 going to the bottom half. Brandon Bielak was given a low-leverage opportunity to throw in the bottom of the ninth. He erased a two-out double for a scoreless inning to wrap up the lopsided win, lowering Houston's magic number to 1.

Up Next: The second game of this four-game set between Houston and Texas will start Friday at 7:05 PM Central at Globe Life Field. The pitching battle will be Kyle Cody (1-1, 1.53 ERA) for the Rangers and Jose Urquidy (1-1, 2.78 ERA) for the Astros.

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