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Jerry Bo's bookie busters: Welcome to the money machine

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


Friday

France
Lyon/ Remis
Over 2.5   3U

Spain
Levante / Betis
Over 2.5   3U

 

Juventus vs Chievo

Over 2.5  3U  

Juventus -1.5 4U

 

Halftime

Arsenal/ Chelsea

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

 

Real Madrid/Getafe

Over 3   2U

 

MLS

Atlanta TT over 2 MAX

Atl ML  3U

 

LA FC/ Rapids

Over 3 MAX

BTTS 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

Liverpool/Palace

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

For any questions or comments reach me @JerryBoknowz on Twitter.

Be sure to check out my new 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 on Twitter.

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Houston loses first game to Oakland

A's end losing streak against Astros with late homers

Lance McCullers Jr. went five innings of one-run ball Friday night. Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

After maintaining their stronghold against the A's in Thursday's home opener, the Astros had the chance to lock up the three-game series victory against Oakland with a win on Friday night. On the mound, Lance McCullers Jr. hoped to improve upon his first start against this same team, a five-inning one-run outing.

Instead, he would have the same outcome, once again lasting five innings while allowing one run, before a big tie-breaking home run late in the game would push Oakland out of their losing skid against the Astros.

Final Score: A's 6, Astros 2

Astros' Record: 6-2, tied for first in AL West

Winning Pitcher: Yusmeiro Petit (2-0)

Losing Pitcher: Bryan Abreu (1-1)

McCullers Jr. makes it through five

McCullers Jr. looked sharp through the first three innings, allowing just two baserunners, one on a second-inning single, then a walk in the third. Oakland did better against him the second time through their order in the fourth, with Jed Lowrie leading the inning off with a solo home run to put Oakland in front 1-0.

They went on to load the bases with one out on an error and two walks, but McCullers would strand them all. He returned for the fifth, a much cleaner inning where a caught stealing by Martin Maldonado would help him face just three batters. His final line: 5.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 6 K, 88 P.

Oakland gets homer-happy to even the series

McCullers Jr. would leave the game without being eligible for the winning or losing decision, as an RBI-groundout by Kyle Tucker in the fourth would have it tied 1-1. Bryan Abreu was the first out of Houston's bullpen, and he would attempt to eat up multiple innings. He had perfect innings in the sixth and seventh, retiring six A's in order to maintain the stalemate.

Abreu remained in the game in the top of the eighth, allowing a single before getting a strikeout, ending his run as Dusty Baker would bring in left-handed Blake Taylor. Taylor would give up a single against his first batter, then a loud go-ahead three-run home run to Matt Olson to push the A's back in front 4-1. They'd add two more insurance runs off of Joe Smith in the top of the ninth, getting a two-run home run by Mark Canha to extend the lead to 6-1.

Oakland's bullpen would hold on to the newly created lead, allowing just one run on a sac fly by Jose Altuve in the bottom of the ninth, finally ending their losing streak against Houston and setting up the rubber game on Saturday to be for the series victory.

Up Next: This series's finale will be a Saturday afternoon start, with first pitch scheduled for 3:05 PM. For the Astros, Jose Urquidy (0-0, 4.15 ERA) will look to get a win on the board, while Oakland will hand the ball to Frankie Montas (0-1, 23.63 ERA).

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