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The wait is over, and the "Game of the century" is upon us. Now remember, with games of this magnitude, numbers will be sharp. But if you must, I'll have some bets for the big game. Focus on spots where the books don't, that's the key to this.
Big weekend all around with all types of hoops and football. Like always, play smart and stick to the script.
Falcons +14 2U
TT over 19.5 2U
Giants -2.5 2U
Brooklyn Nets at Portland Trail Blazers Over 238.5 5U MAX
Borussia Dortmund at Bayern Munchen - Germany Bundesliga
Golden State Warriors at Minnesota Timberwolves over 229 5U MAX
Davidson vs Auburn 2nd half Davidson +1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Seattle Seahawks Over 26 2nd half 5U MAX
Tampa TT over 10 5U MAX
Parlay 1U Arizona over 71.5
Western Kentucky +1
Derrick Lewis UFC
Germany UNION BERLIN VS HERTHA BERLIN
Over 2.5 5U MAX
FH over 1 3U
Roma/Napoli over 2.5 5U MAX
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Astros GM Dana Brown has recently discussed how the club is going to approach free agency on the team's flagship station, and based on his comments, it doesn't sound the Astros are going to spend a lot of money.
He mentioned being “creative” with their strategy and maybe exploring some trade possibilities. Which is why we were surprised to hear from Jon Heyman that the Astros may have interest in Japanese pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto, or another “elite” starting pitcher.
Phillies are still looking at top starters after bringing back Aaron Nola. They have company, as at least the Red Sox, Cardinals, Braves, Dodgers and Astros are looking for an elite starter (and many more than just those teams are on Yamamoto, who’s only 25).
— Jon Heyman (@JonHeyman) November 20, 2023
With the team right up against the tax threshold, a signing like this would certainly push them over, unless they find a way to dump some salary that's already on the books.
But the report that Houston is looking for an elite starter, certainly caught our attention. Mainly, because Dana Brown's comments about backup catcher and bullpen help being the priority, with starting pitching being more of a pipe dream considering the budget constraints.
A move like this would likely require someone like Alex Bregman being traded to make the money work. So is Jon Heyman off the mark with this report, or is Dana Brown quietly looking to add an elite starter?
Plus, just this week the Phillies signed Aaron Nola to a 7-year $172 million contract. Framber Valdez is looking for a long-term deal with 2 years remaining of club control. Will Framber's agent use this contract as a benchmark for what is client is looking for?
Don't miss the video above as we make sense of these recent reports!
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