Bookie busters is straight cash right now. Illustration by Matt Cardy/Getty Images
On fire!!! A +23 Unit run in 3 days. Welcome to the Machine
That's all that can be said for the run we are on the past three days. Max plays hitting at over 80%, and regular plays are also hot. Let's not change anything and keep cashing tickets. I'll keep updating this weekends plays here, Good luck to everyone
Over 2.5 3U
Levante / Betis
Over 2.5 3U
Juventus vs Chievo
Over 2.5 3U
Juventus -1.5 4U
Over 5.5 3U
PSV Eindhoven at Fortuna Sittard
Over 3 MAX
Monterrey vs Pumas 9:00 PM CST
Over 2.5 2U
MLS MAX buster
Montreal ML MAX
Montreal TT over 1.5 MAX
Monreal TT Over 2 2U
Over 3 2U
Atlanta TT over 2 MAX
Atl ML 3U
LA FC/ Rapids
Over 3 MAX
LA FC over TT Over 2.5 2U
LA FC score both halves 4U
Half with most goals 2nd half 3U
Vela anytime GS 1U
UPDATED 8/ 20 11:35 AM
Over 3 4U
Over 1st half 1.5 2U
Pool HT 3U
Pool -1.5 3U
Mane scores goal 1U
Pick and choose what you like. Good luck
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As the Astros prepare to play their first game of spring training against the Nationals this Saturday, we're starting to see reports about how the players approached the offseason, and what tweaks they made to improve in the 2024 season.
Cristian Javier is a player Astros fans are hoping bounces back this year, as his ERA jumped from 2.54 in 2022 to 4.56 in 2023. Workload was thought to be one of the main factors causing his regression, he dealt with a dead arm last season and threw more innings than ever before (162).
Another explanation could be the pitch clock. This was another new element all pitchers had to deal with last year, and that also likely played a role in his struggles.
But according to The Athletic's Chandler Rome, Javier believes he was carrying some extra weight last season. Add that to some mechanical issues he was experiencing, and his struggles in 2023 make a lot more sense. And to be fair, he wouldn't be the first person to get a little fat and happy after winning a World Series.
Cristian Javier said he lost around 15 pounds this offseason. He acknowledged that some of his struggles last year could be attributed to some extra weight he was carrying around in addition to the already-documented mechanical flaws he had.
— Chandler Rome (@Chandler_Rome) February 22, 2024
In an effort to get back on track in 2024, Javier said he lost around 15 pounds this offseason. With the pitch clock not going anywhere, pitchers need to be in better cardiac shape than ever before.
Hopefully this modification helps Javier return to form and put up jaw-dropping numbers like he did in 2022. This rotation needs Javier to be the dominate pitcher we all know he's capable of being. With Justin Verlander behind schedule and Framber Valdez trying to bounce back from his own down year, Houston will depend on Javier like never before.
The Astros are certainly counting on it after giving him a 5-year, $64 million contract last season. Javier will definitely be a player to watch this spring.