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By now, I probably sound like a broken record when I regularly mention the ups and downs and how to withstand variation in this game. I consistently remind you of this.
Consistent being the keyword, and that's what I've been. We have our ups and downs, but we consistently pick our spots and dominate day in day out. Good for the likes of our over +300U 2018.
This article we went off! It was definitely our time to shine, and now we try to ride the winning wave into the weekend off a 17-2 run.
Derby at Southampton
Over 2.5 1U +1
Juventus -1 3U Push
Juventus TT over 1.5 3U -4.1
Ronaldo Goal 1U +1
Saint Etienne vs. Marseille
St E TT over 1.5 +115 2U +2.3
St E ML draw no bet 5U MAX +5
Over 2.5 1U +1
Saint Etienne +1 5U MAX +5
Houston PK 3U +3
Rockets first half over 114.5 5U +5
Game over 234.5 5U +5
UConn/Tulsa first half over 40.5 +2
Northern Kentucky at Cleveland State Over 80 2U -2.2
UPDATE 745 CST
NCAA Washington -9 -120 ( 9.5 Buy the hook) 3U +3
team total over 75 3U +3
Previous article read +3.3 36.3+3.3= 37.4U 2019
17-3 L20 Run going back to the previous few days
Dortmund at RB Leipzig Over 2.5 4U
UPDATE 11:12 CST
Arkansas at Mississippi Miss -6.5 2U
TT over 80- 2U
UPDATE 130 CST
T Ginn Over 3.5 receptions 2U
Saints -3 3U MAX
UPDATE KIDNEY PLAY
Chiefs -6.5 2nd half 8U
UPDATE 124 CST
Juventus -1 first half 1U
-2 game 1U
2nd half over 113.5 1U
UPDATE 507 CST Pick your spots
Kentucky -7.5 2U
Kentucky -4 first half 2U
Kentucky TT over 35.5 first half 2U
Update 1 937 CST
Adelaide United vs Perth
Over 2.5 2U
UPDATE 1052 CST
Sydney FC at Wellington Phoenix -
Over 2.5 3U or
Over 3 3U
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It's a new year for the Houston Astros as they return to action for their first game of the spring against the Washington Nationals on Saturday.
Every season we see some adjustments to the roster which means we also see some changes in leadership. As Astros fans, we're all aware of Alex Bregman and Kyle Tucker's contract situations. Breggy could be gone after the season, and Tucker could follow one year later.
Which means it's pretty clear who the leaders of the team will be for the foreseeable future. Not only are these guys two of the best players on the club, but they're also under contract for several more years. In Altuve's case, through the 2029 season. For Yordan, he won't sniff free agency until 2029.
While these guys aren't your typical vocal leaders, they are both highly respected and lead by example. Leadership is something that's front of mind for Yordan this season, according to The Athletic's Chandler Rome.
On Yordan Alvarez the leader, one of two constants in a clubhouse bracing for change and the responsibility he wants to shoulder as a result - https://t.co/sZGlI5taBQ
— Chandler Rome (@Chandler_Rome) February 21, 2024
Another way to be a leader is to do everything you can to be available for your team. Alvarez changed his diet in the offseason hoping it will help him stay healthy this year.
Manager Joe Espada said Alvarez is fully healthy and he plans on playing him earlier than normal this spring.
Currently, Yordan is trending down in games played for three straight seasons. But he's such a great player that he needs fewer games to put up massive numbers.
He finished 3rd in MVP voting in 2022, and he only played in 135 games out of a possible 162.
So with that in mind, how many games does Yordan need to play this year to win an MVP?
Plus, who's going to protect him in the lineup? With new manager Joe Espada in place, it's hard to know what the lineup will look like.
One thing we do know, Espada immediately named Josh Hader his closer when spring training began. He also told the media that he wants Jeremy Pena to know where he's going to hit every day when he comes to the ballpark.
Espada values players knowing their roles, and getting comfortable in their routines. Something very different from last season when manager Dusty Baker moved Pena all over the lineup throughout the season.
So what does all this mean for Yordan?
Be sure to watch the video above as we break it all down!
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