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Frank Sawyer is on a 19 of 22 (86%) MLB run with his highest-rated 25* plays along with a 11 of 13 (85%) MLB Playoff Run-Line mark! Frank’s 25* MLB World Series *A-List” Run-Line Special for Game 7!
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Frank Sawyer’s Hollywood Sports DELIVERED their 25* MLB Playoffs Game of the Year last night to further Frank’s SENSATIONAL 19 of 22 (86%) run with his highest-rated 25* MLB plays! Now for the climactic Game Seven tonight, the money-line has stabilized with the Dodgers’ being around a -155 priced favorite which removes a side play as an option for Frank given his self-imposed guidelines regarding taking favorites or dogs in that situation. Instead, as Frank’s regulars know, it is time to look at the Run-Line with those two options priced reasonably — and Frank owns a 11 of 13 (85%) MLB Playoff Run-Line mark which includes a PERFECT 2-0 mark in this World Series with the Dodgers’ -1.5 Runs in Game One and the Astros +1.5 Runs in Game Five! Frank LOVES this Game Seven Run-Line situation so much that it is again worthy of his RARE & ELITE *A-LIST* SPECIAL SIGNATURE with this Run-Line play! JOIN Frank on the *A-LIST*!


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YESTERDAY’S PLAYS
Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Oct 31, 2017
Astros vs Dodgers
OVER 7½ -105 Lost
$105.0
Play Type: Premium

At 8:20 PM ET on Tuesday, we will be playing Over the Total in the game between the Houston Astros (911) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (912) listing both starting pitchers Justin Verlander and Rich Hill. I have spent the last day getting into the weeds regarding “Slick-Ball Gate” to see if there is something to this that is helping to generate more higher scoring games — like the Astros’ 13-12 home run fest on Sunday. And despite a Buster Olney tweet about the aggregate batting average against sliders in this World Series being lower than it was during the regular season, I have concluded that there is something going on here. That tweet from the ESPN baseball “expert” speaks volumes about the limitations of quantitative analytics (and the need for pundits to understand what statistics say and do not say). Just looking at one of the World Series baseballs versus the ones used during the regular season illustrates the difference. Verlander claims that even signing the baseballs illuminates a significant difference in how the ink is absorbed — or with these slick World Series balls — or smears. Verlander compared it to writing on carbon paper. Not only are the balls slicker but the seams on the ball are not raised. Olney probably was never a pitcher as a child. I was. Raised laces was essential for my ability to get spin on my breaking balls. Now, not all sliders are created equal (mine certainly wasn’t) — which is one of the reasons why Olney’s stat about the batting average against sliders in the World Series does not communicate nearly as much as he thinks it does. Some pitchers are still finding success in the World Series — like Alex Wood and Charlie Morton in Game Four (when we had the Over). But Wood and Morton do not throw sliders. And for the pitchers that do rely on sliders, even if “Slick Ball Gate” is not a rationalization for poor pitching in the Fall Classic, it is having a psychological effect at the very least. Wood and Morton are likely to see significant time on the mound if there is a Game Seven — but for Game Six, this shapes up to be another high scoring affair even with Verlander on the mound for the Astros. The veteran right-hander is not likely to pitch a complete game — and the Houston bullpen has been a disaster with a 7.58 ERA in this World Series. Verlander allowed three earned runs in 6 innings of work in his Game Two start — and the Astros have played 4 of their last 5 games Over the Total with Verlander looking to follow up a Quality Start. Additionally, the Over is 13-5-1 in their last 19 games after an of day. The Over is also 3-1-1 in Houston’s last 5 games after allowing at least five runs in their last game — and the Over is 7-3-1 in their last 11 games against an opponent that allowed at least four runs in their last game. Furthermore, the Over is 9-4-1 in their last 14 road games against National League teams. And in their last 39 road games priced in the +/- 125 range, the Astros have played 26 of these games Over the Total. They face a Dodgers team scoring 6.1 Runs-Per-Game in their last seven games. Los Angeles has also played 7 of their last 9 home games Over the Total against right-handed starting pitchers. And in their last 5 games against starting pitchers with a WHIP of 1.15 or lower, the Over is 3-1-1.

Los Angeles (113-62) was favored on Sunday with Clayton Kershaw having the ball — and they have then played 36 of their last 52 home games Over the Total when looking to avenge a loss on the road where they were the favorite. The Over is also 6-2-1 in their last 9 games at home. They counter with Rich Hill who had a 12-8 record with a 3.32 ERA and a 1.09 WHIP during the regular season. Hill allowed only one earned run in Game Two in 4 innings of work. In his 29 career innings in the postseason, the left-hander sees his ERA and WHIP rise to 3.72 and 1.41 marks. Hill has not pitched into the 6th inning in any of his three starts in these playoffs — so that means the Dodgers’ bullpen that has a 5.32 ERA in the World Series will have to pitch at least four innings most likely. Los Angeles has played 5 of their last 7 games Over the Total with Hill pitching at home. He faces an Astros team that is scoring 5.6 Runs-Per-Game over their last seven games. Lastly, Houston has played 6 of their last 7 road games Over the Total against left-handed starting pitchers. 10* MLB Tuesday Daily Discounted Deal with Over the Total in the game between the Houston Astros (911) and the Los Angeles Dodgers (912) listing both starting pitchers Justin Verlander and Rich Hill. Best of luck for us — Frank.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Oct 31, 2017
Astros vs Dodgers
Dodgers
+102 at 5Dimes
Won
$102
Play Type: Top Premium

At 8:20 PM ET on Tuesday, we will be playing the money-line on the Los Angeles Dodgers (912) versus the Houston Astros (911) listing both starting pitchers Rich Hill and Justin Verlander. Houston (111-67) showed plenty of resolve to rally from an early four-run deficit and kept fighting last night to pull out an epic 13-12 victory in extra innings. Now they are on the brink of winning this World Series with their ace Verlander on the hill who has incredible numbers in potential close out games in the playoffs. That has helped make this game a virtual toss up with this — and created outstanding value on the Dodgers. Verlander showed he was hittable in Game Two of this series when he allowed three runs in 6 innings of work where he left the game with the Astros trailing. Two different left-handed batters hit home runs off him. And only one of Verlander’s seventeen sliders that he threw in that outing coaxed a swing-and-miss from a Dodgers’ batter. Verlander should be good but I do not think he will be unhittable. And manager A.J. Finch lacks reliable alternatives in his bullpen that has a 7.58 ERA in this World Series. Finch has benched his closer Ken Giles from complete ineffectiveness. Game Seven will be a different story with Dallas Kuechel and every other starting pitcher available to pitch — but I do not like the pitching situation for the Astros on Tuesday after Verlander at all. Keep in mind that Houston has lost 4 of their last 5 games on the road in these playoffs. And in their last 9 trips to Los Angeles, they have lost 7 of their games with the Dodgers.

Los Angeles (113-62) returns home where they have won 52 of their last 71 games. The Dodgers have also won 5 of their last 6 games after a loss — and they have won 5 of their last 6 games after allowing at least five runs in their last game. Furthermore, Los Angeles has won 40 of their last 54 games after scoring at least five runs. And in their last 27 games after an off day, the Dodgers have won 21 of these contests. They give the ball to Rich Hill who out-pitched Verlander in Game Two by allowing only one earned run while striking out seven batters in that outing. I think Hill being a journeyman for so long before he found greatness late in his career will help his perspective in handling the pressure of this moment. He has a 2.77 ERA with a 1.23 WHIP in 13 innings with 19Ks in this postseason. Hill was also outstanding at home during the regular season where he had a 2.77 ERA with a 1.05 WHIP and .179 opponent’s batting average in fourteen starts. The Dodgers have won 4 of their last 5 games at home with Hill on the mound. 25* MLB Playoffs Game of the Year with the money-line on the Los Angeles Dodgers (912) versus the Houston Astros (911) listing both starting pitchers Rich Hill and Justin Verlander. Best of luck for us — Frank.

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Frank Sawyer has been the handicapper for the stars ever since he started working in the film industry over 20 years ago. In 1997, Frank decided to make his personal bets available to the public and his Hollywood Sports was born. His service has been ranked #1 by the Sports Monitor in Oklahoma City. Frank’s style combines his veteran handicapping instincts with cutting edge statistical metric analysis to make him one of the most distinct, diverse and reliable handicappers in the business. One look at his infamous Game Reports illustrates the difference he brings to the betting window. Frank bets football, basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer and horse racing (he has been a professional racehorse owner). He ranks his plays with a simple 10*, 20* and 25* rating system that serves as a money management guide: 10* plays warrant a standard bet; 20* plays are strong enough to warrant a doubling of a standard bet; 25* plays are Frank’s highest rated play and it is recommended to invest 2.5 to 3 times a standard bet. Frank’s signature play is his *A-List* release which is reserved for only the most rare and elite betting situations. You can follow his daily sports trials and tribulations (with few jokes thrown in) on Twitter: FrankSawyer_HS



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