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DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
Fargo's 10* MLB Monday Sweet Spot (25-8 MLB Run)
This is a play on the BALTIMORE ORIOLES for out MLB Monday Sweet Spot. Baltimore enters Monday riding a seven-game losing streak while going on a 1-12 streak but seven games were against the Yankees, three against the Red Sox and three against Astros. Kansas City is coming off a 1-4 homestand and head out on the road where it is 20-41 on the season. John Means will start for the Orioles, and the left-hander has had troubles since making the All-Star team. He's dropped his last three starts and hasn't made it out of the fourth inning in any of them. That being said, the last two outings came against the Yankees and the other in hitter-friendly Chase Field against Arizona. He has been very good at home with a 3.00 ERA and 1.03 WHIP in 11 starts and the six Baltimore wins in those games account for one-third of its total wins at home. Jorge Lopez is making his second start since coming back into the rotation and he was lit up by the lowly Tigers last time out, allowing five runs, four earned, in just 1.1 innings. Overall, he has a 6.51 ERA and 1.55 WHIP in 11 starts and 19 relief appearances. Here, we play against American League underdogs with an OBP of .310 worse and batting .190 or worse over their last five games going up against a starting pitcher whose WHIP is 1.30 or better. This situation is 61-17 (78.2 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (910) Baltimore Orioles
Fargo's 10* MLB Sunday Sweet Spot (24-8 MLB Run)
This is a play on the ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS for our MLB Sunday Sweet Spot. San Francisco has won the first three games of this series and will be out for the series sweep behind its ace but we are going the contrarian route. The Giants have gone from one game behind the Diamondbacks to two up on them in the National League Wild Card chase. The Diamondbacks have lost four straight games overall and are 4 .5 games back of the second Wild Card spot, with four teams ahead of them. While must wins are thrown around a lot, this is one of those for Arizona. The pitching has been a disaster and the bullpen has logged a lot of innings and it is up to Merrill Kelly to put in a good workload. He was hit hard in his last start but that was at Coors Field against Colorado. He has a 3.84 ERA and 1.14 WHIP in 11 home starts. Madison Bumgarner is coming off a pair of gems but both of those were at home where he has a 2.95 ERA. The road has been a different story as he has a 4.64 ERA in 11 starts. Here, we play on National League home teams with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 4.70 to 5.20 on the season, with a bullpen that has tossed nine or more innings over the last two games. This situation is 69-32 (68.3 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (962) Arizona Diamondbacks
Fargo's 10* NFLX Game of the Week (2-1 NFLX)
This is a play on the DALLAS COWBOYS for our NFLX Game of the Week. The Rams were dominated by the Raiders in their preseason opener as they were outgained 407-190 while committing a massive 19 penalties. They should be better this week with another week of prep but there will be plenty of unfamiliar faces and a lot of the guys that will be on the field likely will not be on the roster come Week One. Los Angeles head coach Sean McVay confirmed that RB Todd Gurley, QB Jared Goff and other starters will stay home while the team travels to Hawaii. After playing most of their available starters for one series in their preseason contest against the 49ers in Week One, fans should see increased snaps for the Cowboys starters in this matchup. Dallas lost to San Francisco in its preseason opener but it was nearly as lopsided as the Rams/Raiders game. It was outgained by just 45 total yards and the Cowboys were very disciplined by committing just five penalties. Even though the full Rams roster will not be here, Dallas will be playing with a chip on its shoulder following getting ousted by Los Angeles in the playoffs last season. 10* (421) Dallas Cowboys
Fargo's 10* MLB Saturday Sweet Spot (24-7 MLB Run)
This is a play on the PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES for our MLB Saturday Sweet Spot. After their dramatic walk-off grand slam on Thursday, the Phillies were able to carry that into Friday with an 8-4 win over the Padres in the series opener. They have now won four straight games to take over the second Wild Card spot from the Cubs in the National League. The Phillies are 13-6 in their last 19 games when their opponent allows five runs or more in their previous game. San Diego has lost four of its last five games to fall to nine games under .500 on the season yet are priced tonight like a much better team. Yet, the Padres have struggled in this spot as they are 3-12 in their last 15 games against National League teams with a batting average of .255 or worse. Part of the reason for the number is the pitching matchup as Zach Eflin has been brutal of late. He returns to the rotation for the first time since July 27, when he gave up six earned runs in 2.2 innings as part of a 15-7 loss to the Braves. He has appeared in four games out of the bullpen since then, allowing one run in 5.2 innings, striking out seven. San Diego counters with Dinelson Lamet who has been solid of late but has faced no one. The Padres are 0-11 in his last 11 starts against teams with a winning record. Here, we play on National League favorites with a starting pitcher whose ERA is 4.20 to 4.70 on the season and whose WHIP is 2.00 or higher over his last three starts. This situation is 106-40 (72.6 percent) since 1997. 10* (906) Philadelphia Phillies
8/17/2019LOSERCanadian Football
Fargo's 10* CFL Game of the Week (39-20-1 66% CFL)
This is a play on the OTTAWA REDBLACKS for our CFL Game of the Week. Though the RedBlacks fell short of picking up their second-straight win in Edmonton last weekend, the team put on one of its best defensive efforts of the season, while quarterback Dominique Davis threw for 289 yards and a touchdown. While they are 3-5, they could be 5-3 and right in the mix for the East Division lead. The Ottawa pass protection has improved tremendously. In the first six games, they allowed 14 sacks; in the past two games, it has been just one. The RedBlacks have lost three straight games at home and they have not lost four in a row at home since 2014, their expansion season. Hamilton is being deemed a Grey Cup contender but the record is skewed when digging deeper. The Tiger-Cats are 6-2 with four of those wins coming by one possession but they have been outgained in five straight games. When mentioning Ottawa last week, we said that they rank at or near the bottom in both offense and defense but a lot of that was due to early poor play and the RedBlacks have improved immensely and come into Saturday in the rare role of home underdog. Here, we play on home underdogs or pickems after one or more consecutive straight up losses, in weeks 10 through 15. This situation is 97-54 ATS (64.2 percent) since 1996. 10* (694) Ottawa RedBlacks
8/16/2019LOSERCanadian Football
Fargo's 10* CFL Friday Enforcer (39-20-1 66% CFL)
This is a play on the TORONTO ARGONAUTS for our CFL Friday Enforcer. Toronto picked up its first win of the season two weeks ago in what was biggest upset of the season as it handed Winnipeg its first loss of the season. Now at 1-6, the Argonauts look to carry that momentum forward and they have actually been playing much better for a longer period as they have outgained their opponent in three of their last four games. The only bad game came at Edmonton in a 26-0 loss so revenge is in play. Toronto is 6-0 ATS in its last six games following a bye week. Edmonton is undefeated this season while playing in the friendly confines of Commonwealth Stadium, however, they have fared much worse on the road as they are 1-3 on the year and have lost their last two contests on the road. The Eskimos are 1-6 ATS in their last seven road games. Here, we play against road favorites of 3.5 to 10 points after playing a game at home, in weeks 10 through 15. This situation is 52-23 ATS (69.3 percent) since 1996. 10* (692) Toronto Argonauts
Fargo's 10* NFL Friday Enforcer 2-1 NFL Preseason
This is a play on the TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS for our NFL Friday Enforcer. Like the Dolphins, the Buccaneers made a coaching change in the offseason when they hired former Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians. He put together a staff that features several former Dolphins coaches, including defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, quarterbacks coach Clyde Christensen and defensive line coach Kacy Rodgers which could be a slight edge against familiar personnel. The Buccaneers lost against Pittsburgh last week despite outgaining the Steelers by 140 totals and with this being the home opener, Arians will be out to win for the home fans to give them positive hope. The Dolphins defeated Atlanta in its opener and now hits the road for the first time this season. Head coach Brian Flores openly criticized Josh Rosen this week, then made him the first-team quarterback for his first practice on Wednesday. He admits his processing speed is not where it needs to be. 10* (416) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Fargo's MLB Friday Triple Play (23-5 MLB Run)
This is a play on the CINCINNATI REDS as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. We won with the Reds last night and we will be backing them again tonight in another strong pitching situation. Cincinnati is now 34-28 at home and it is the only team in baseball with a losing record that possesses a positive scoring differential which is at +27. St. Louis fell to 29-33 on the road but still remains in a tie with the Cubs in the National League Central. St. Louis is now 0-13 after a five-game span where the bullpen ERA was 2.00 or better this season. Luis Castillo continues to dazzle with his 2.69 ERA and 1.11 WHIP as he has tossed three straight quality outings. He has a 2.35 ERA and 0.94 WHIP at home and has a 1.50 ERA in two starts against St. Louis this season. Adam Wainwright is having a good yet unspectacular season and the home/road splits are the story. He has a 2.19 ERA and 1.23 WHIP in 11 home starts but a 6.96 ERA and 1.62 WHIP in 11 road starts. 9* (958) Cincinnati Reds
This is a play on the ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. Arizona got shutout in the opener of this series last night to make it two straight losses and has fallen back to .500 on the season. It has not been particularly good at home at 27-29 but that is keeping this number down and going back, the Diamondbacks are 5-2 in their last seven games after scoring two runs or less in their previous game. San Francisco has now won four of its last five games to also sit at .500 on the season and it has been a great run over the last month. The Giants are 2-7 in their last nine games following a win. Mike Leake had a positive first start with Arizona but was shelled last time out although that was against the Dodgers on the road. He has been solid in these spots as his teams are 11-1 as favorites of -110 or higher over the last two seasons. Jeff Samardzija has been on a great run but he does not like it here and in two starts this season, he has a 6.35 ERA at Chase Field. 10* (964) Arizona Diamondbacks
This is a play on the NEW YORK YANKEES as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. It is rare to be on the Yankees but typically they are overpriced and they actually come in with some value tonight. They were embarrassed last night by allowing 19 runs with the game basically being over after the first inning. Despite the defeat, the Yankees are 54-18 in their last 72 home games against teams with a winning road record while going 13-2 after a game where the bullpen allowed four or more earned runs this season. Cleveland snapped a two-game skid with the win but are in a tough spot tonight with a rookie pitcher making his first start at Yankee Stadium. Aaron Civale has posted three quality starts to open his career including two in August. Masahiro Tanaka is coming off one of his best starts of the season and returns home where he has a 3.29 ERA and 1.15 WHIP over 13 starts. He got hit hard in Boston a couple weeks back but the Yankees are 10-1 over his last 11 starts. 9* (966) New York Yankees
Fargo's 10* MLB Game of the Week (22-5 MLB Run)
This is a play on the CINCINNATI REDS for our MLB Game of the Week. St. Louis has moved into a tie for first place with the Cubs in the National League Central following its fifth straight win. The Cardinals swept the Pirates at home and then went on the road and posted back-to-back shutouts over the Royals which makes this a great time to play against. St. Louis is 0-12 this season after a five-game span where the bullpen ERA was 2.00 or better. Cincinnati has dropped four in a row following a 17-7 loss last night in Washington and it heads home with a 33-28 record and a very winnable stretch coming up. The Reds are 8-3 in their last 11 home games against teams with a losing road record. Michael Wacha looks to bounce back from an atrocious performance in his latest outing as he was throttled for six runs on seven hits, including two homers, in 3.2 innings of an 8-0 setback at the Dodgers. It was his first start in over a month after getting back into the rotation and is has been a struggle all season with a 5.54 ERA and 1.65 WHIP in 15 starts. The Cardinals have dropped five of his last seven road starts. Sonny Gray has been everything the Reds could have asked for after getting him following his rough time with the Yankees. He has a 3.10 RA and 1.13 WHIP over 23 starts and he has been exceptional of late with a 1.74 ERA over his last eight starts. The Reds are 7-0 in his last seven home starts against teams with a winning record. 10* (906) Cincinnati Reds
Fargo's 10* MLB Wednesday Sweet Spot 21-5 MLB Run
This is a play on the ATLANTA BRAVES for our MLB Wednesday Sweet Spot. The red hot Mets have cooled off with a pair of losses and they are now two games out of the final Wild Card spot in the National League. They had great success at home and while the road was good as well, three victims were the White Sox, Marlins and Pirates, all of which are at least 12 games under .500. The Mets are 8-20 as a road underdog of +100 to +150 this season. Atlanta remains six games in front of Washington in the National League East following its second straight win to improve to 33-25 at home. The Braves have won five of their last six games against teams with a winning record. Dallas Keuchel is coming off a rough start as he allowed eight runs on 10 hits in justv3.2 innings against the Marlins. That was on the road however where he has a 6.40 ERA and 1.79 WHIP in six starts. He has been a different pitcher at home, where in four hone outings, he has a 2.96 ERA and 0.84 WHIP and all of those have ben quality performances. The Mets are 1-5 in their last six road games against left-handed starters. Steven Matz is similar where he has been much better at home than on the road. He has a 2.14 ERA and 1.12 WHIP in 11 home games while posting a 6.79 ERA and 1.67 WHIP in nine road games. 10* (960) Atlanta Braves