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  1. #1
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    Default Monday Ball 4.16

    Got the sweep yesterday, though the second parlay reverted to a straight play on St. Louis at -170 as KC had tornadoes and such. I don't miss hiding in my parents' basement when the sirens went off, I'll tell you that. Otherwise a lovely place to live.

    Today, one stands out from the get go: Skoglund vs. Garcia up in Toronto. SB doesn't have a line yet, but it looks like -170 or so.

    Blue Jays -170......retw **

    Skogy has 13+ lifetime ERA in the majors dating back to May of '17, and while the Royals have played well up North of late, the Jays are getting timely hits and have a bit of a roll going. Royals have managed just 5 hr's this entire season. Yikes. Garcia serviceable. Until the Royals can put some pieces together and play ball, it's *anyone playing the Royals* for me...

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    Line came out high, -210. So lets pair the Jays with the Yankees to get -112.

    Parlay Jays and Yankees -112.......**

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    As an FYI, there's currently talk of potentially postponing the Jays game, due to giant hunks of ice falling off the CN Tower.

    Beautiful day for February 74th.

    BOL to you!

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    Thanks Don, looks like your info was spot on. The Yankees play has become a single. I'll try playing against Skogy tommorrow for the third day in a row. Hope the Royals get out and party hard tonight...

    Adding:

    Philadelphia -126............retw ****

    Thought about my baseball plays and stars and have decided to go with a simple one to one unit to star ratio for the baseball season. I'm never going to risk more than five hundred on a baseball game, so it seems pretty easy to just go one-to-one. That way you can adjust your unit size accordingly.

    * one unit
    ** two units
    *** three units
    **** four units
    ***** five units

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