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Bookie Busters: Hot, like fire

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I try to remind you weekly about picking your spots and how to get in and out of situations. Sometimes, you don't want your moment to end and this is one of those times for example.

14 is the key number here as that's what we've hit in a row. 14 consecutive soccer bets!! Amazing

But, the hustle never stops and we search for 20 this weekend. Can we get there?

Good luck!!

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SUNDAY GREEN DAY

MLS

NYC/LA FC Over 3 5U


UPDATE 206

Barca/Betis

Over 3 risk 20U MAX








UPDATE 919 CST

Germany

Hannover vs Augsburg over 2.5 10U MAX


UPDATE 619 CST

Parlay

DC United ML

Buffalo TT over 83.5

Western Kentucky ML


UPDATE 720 CST

Thunder ML 10U







Previous Plays

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


Pool TT 20U

Live O 3 3U

Barca FH 10U

Live O 4.5 2U

HT TT O 3.52U

Juve TT O 1.5 10U

-1.5 10U

Man City TT O 8U

Arsenal HT/FT 6U

TT over 2.5 risk 10U


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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 now focused on postseason

Altuve and Correa homer, Astros drop final regular-season game

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With no playoff impact at stake if the Astros won or lost the game, Houston took Sunday's final regular-season game as a chance to get their lineup a few more at-bats before shifting focus to Tuesday's first game of the post-season. Here is a quick recap of the game against the Rangers:

Final Score: Rangers 8, Astros 4.

Record: 29-31, second in the AL West.

Winning pitcher: Wes Benjamin (2-1, 4.84 ERA).

Losing pitcher: Chase De Jong (0-1, 14.73 ERA).

Houston's main bats get a final tune-up

Knowing they'd only have a couple of at-bats to work with, some of Houston's big bats took advantage, starting with Jose Altuve. He crushed a pitch in the top of the first, a solo homer to put the Astros in front 1-0. After the Rangers tied the game 1-1 in the bottom of the second, Altuve started the third with a walk before moving to third base on a Michael Brantley single, which improved Brantley's season average to .300.

Aledmys Diaz would pick up the RBI on a groundout to score Altuve, putting Houston back in front 2-1. In Correa's last at-bat in the top of the fourth, he extended the lead to 3-1 with a solo home run of his own.

Rangers hand Astros a loss to end the regular season

After getting the early run against Chase De Jong, the Rangers would put together a big inning against him in the fourth. After two one-out singles, Rougned Odor would give Texas their first lead of the day on a three-run homer to make it 4-3.

De Jong would continue to struggle in the inning, getting just one more out while loading the bases, prompting a move to the bullpen to bring in Nivaldo Rodriguez to try and eat up more innings. The Rangers greeted him with a two-RBI single to extend their lead to 6-3 before ending the fourth. Odor would hit his second home run of the game in the bottom of the fifth, a solo shot to make it a four-run lead at 7-3.

Rodriguez allowed another run in the bottom of the seventh, making it 8-3. Diaz, who drove in a run earlier, would account for another RBI in the top of the eighth, getting Houston's third solo homer of the day. That would make it an 8-4 game, which would go final as the Rangers would win the regular season's last game.

Up Next: Houston's first game of the playoffs will be on Tuesday, with the start time and opponent TBD while the rest of today's games wrap up, and the schedule is announced. Regardless, the Astros are expected to begin that best-of-three series with Zack Greinke (3-3, 4.03 ERA).

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