Lock, Fade And Stay Away (10/14/20)
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Over 9.5 (Los Angeles Dodgers vs Atlanta Braves) (2.3u/2u)
Both offenses looked good last night, and the Dodgers was only a run away from tying that ball game last night. With the pitching matchup being Julio Urias for the Dodgers going up against Kyle Wright for the Braves I think this game is going to go over yet again. Both sides offensively couldn’t be stopped at times, and I think we see that again tonight in Game Three. The Dodgers as well are in desperation mode, as they are down 2-0 in the NLCS and will look to do whatever it takes to make it 2-1. Atlanta has also scored at least seven runs or more in Wright’s last three starts as well. Lock in the over in this matchup as I am risking 2.3 units to make 2 in this one.
Louisiana Lafayette -8
The Ragin Cajuns are a very good all around football team. They have struggled in their last two games as they were double digit favorites and only won by three points or less in those games. In their last six games they are 1-5 ATS, while Coastal Carolina is 6-3 against the spread in their last nine games. Levi Lewis is going to need to be on his A game tonight against this very good Coastal Carolina team. Coastal Carolina has been an underdog in two games this year so far and they have won that game outright. This game is easy to figure out based on my eyeballs. Fade the Ragin Cajuns -8 as I think they win this game, but only by a field goal.
Over 8 (Tampa Bay Rays vs Houston Astros)
This series could very well be over tonight. Tonight’s pitching matchup has pitching duel written all over it. Tyler Glasnow for the Rays going up against Zack Grienke for the Astros. Houston is in do or die mode as they are one loss away from being eliminated. Tampa Bay on the other hand is one win away from heading to their first World Series appearance since 2008. A lot is riding on this Game Four tonight. I think little runs are scored, and both sides will struggle offensively. Stay far far away from the over in this one, ride the under.
-Chris Jones (@cjoneswho1212)