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Bookie Busters: Cash rules everything

The weekend is here, and you know what that means for the Bookie Buster family. Well, let's be honest, not only weekends but this basically is like printing money for some time now. Let's see how we did:
 

Last articles plays

Red Star vs Liverpool  14.3
1st Half over 1.5   5U MAX winner +5 48.6

Brugge vs Monaco

Over 2.5   -130 1u LOSS  -1.3

Dortmund/ Atl  -125 BTTS 3U MAX  LOSS -3.8

Tottenham BTTS and over 2.5   5U MAX winner +5

BTTS  2U winner +2

Over 3   2U winner +2

Live over PSG 3-3.5   5U winner +5

Parlay 3U   loss -3
PSG ML
Pool  ML

Parlay #1     1U lose -1
Monaco Over 2.5
Dort/Atl    BTTS
PSG Over 3

Leipz/ Celtic
Over 3  -130 5U MAX BOMB  -6.5
Sevilla first half   5U +5
Over first half       5U +5
TT over 4. 5 live     5U +5
Frankfurt 1st half -1.5   1U +1
Astana 2nd half over -1.3
Texans Under 45  -3.9

West Virginia TT live over 47.5  5U MAX +5
Fuller receptions 5U     +5
Yards over   2U +2
TD    1U +1.6
Teaser  5U win
Texans
West V

+39.3U  14-6

Last week read +167.5U    + 39.3U  = 206.8   we finally broke our 200 Unit goal. 300 you're next!!
 

New Plays

Friday
Germany
Borussia Monchengladbach at Freiburg
Over 2.5 – 125    2U

 

SNF

Vikings +1

TT over 25.5

Tre'quan Smith Rec Over 3

Yards Over 43.3

scores Td +220

 

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoKnowz Twitter.

Be sure to check out my show MoneyLine with Josh Jordan on ESPN 97.5. We’re on every Sunday from 10-noon, and we’ll talk a lot of fantasy football and NFL gambling. Also, be sure to follow us @Moneyline975 on Twitter.

 

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Houston dropped two of three

Astros drop series finale to Oakland, A's win series

Jose Urquidy couldn't hold Oakland back on Saturday. Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

With Oakland finally ending their drought against the Astros on Friday night to split the first two games of the series, and with the Angels staying in step with them as both teams started the day 6-2, the Astros needed a win to keep momentum in their favor on Saturday.

Instead, Oakland would outslug Houston once again to take the series finale and take the series win. The loss moves Houston to 6-3 and down to second place, at least for now, until the 6-2 Angels complete their game on Saturday evening.

Final Score: A's 7, Astros 3

Astros' Record: 6-3, second in AL West

Winning Pitcher: Frankie Montas (1-1)

Losing Pitcher: Jose Urquidy (0-1)

Urquidy gives up four over six

Much like the night before, Oakland was able to bring in runs against Houston's starter, this time Jose Urquidy, Saturday afternoon in their second time through the order. Their first time through, Urquidy was cruising, allowing just one baserunner in the first three innings on a single in the top of the third.

Things shifted in the top of the fourth, with the A's getting back-to-back singles to set the stage for a two-run frame with dual RBI-singles to take a 2-0 lead. Oakland doubled that in the fifth, getting a two-out single to set up a two-run homer by Ramon Laureano to make it 4-0. Urquidy would go on to finish six innings, but with no run support to that point, would leave in line for the loss. His final line: 6.0 IP, 7 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 0 BB, 7 K, 93 P.

A's pad their lead before Houston gets on the board

Meanwhile, although getting five hits, the Astros could not get anything on the board against Frankie Montas through six innings. Brandon Bielak took over out of the bullpen for Urquidy in the top of the seventh, but after loading the bases, he would allow a dagger two-RBI single to make it a 6-0 deficit for Houston.

With Montas starting the seventh looking to face a batter or two before Oakland moved to their bullpen, Kyle Tucker would finally get Houston on the board with a leadoff solo home run, cutting the lead to 6-1 and ending Montas' day. Houston would get a two-out rally going, with an RBI-double by Jose Altuve followed by an RBI-triple by Michael Brantley to make it a three-run game at 6-3.

Oakland takes the series win

Ryne Stanek tried to keep it a three-run game and give the Astros a chance to stay in it in the top of the eighth but instead would give up a two-out solo home run to push Oakland's lead back to four. That 7-3 score would go final as Houston would go scoreless in the eighth and ninth.

Up Next: Houston will have a day off on Sunday before continuing this homestand Monday night by welcoming in Detroit and former manager A.J. Hinch for three games. In the series opener, the Tigers will send young star Casey Mize (0-0, 2.25 ERA) to the mound, while the Astros will get another start by Zack Greinke (1-0, 1.38 ERA).

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