Huge win by the Orioles to show me the cash money and now the money train is back in business and ready to make its next stop. Like I said, when I cap baseball games my way and when I have a full schedule to work with, this money train is unstoppable and I can real off 10 wins in a row at any given time. Having said that, im hungry for more cash in the late games and after capping the games this morning, one really stood out and here it is baby.
Wednesday, May 23
LOS ANGELES DODGERS ML -141
What the hell is going on in Vegas? Who made this line, why did you do it and did Christmas come early or what? Well I was a bit worried at first but when I saw that only 60% of the broke assclowns on wagerline were on this play I decided that the green light was on and it was time to make some money here. What I like the most about the line here is that it is this juicy for us Dodger bettors because of the way Chris Capuano has pitched this season. The Brewers are 7-2 this season in his nine starts and he has been cashing in for all the Brew Crew bettors. However, what Milwaukee bettors and oddsmakers have failed to realize here is that Capuanos has considerably started fading his last few starts and the Brewers are only 1-2 in his last three starts. In those starts Capuano has allowed 21 hits in 17.1 innings of work with an ERA of 5.19 and a WHIP of 1.56. Now seeing how the Dodgers have one of the most dangerous lineups in baseball, I would say the fact that the boys in blue are hitting .277 against left handed pitchers at home this season is cause for concern and I think Capuanos backers are in big trouble. Oh wait...things get better. On the other side of the mound is Brad Penny who all of a sudden after getting smoked in his last start, has somehow lost value with the oddsmakers. Prior to giving up 8 ER's in his last start against the Angels, Penny had not allowed more than 3 ER's in any single game this season and I think he's allowed to have one bad game...don't you? I mean even with his disaster start last time out, the Dodgers are still 2-1 in Penny's last three starts and in those starts he has allowed only 17 hits in 18.1 innings of work with an ERA of 4.42 and a very impressive WHIP of 1.09. Now back to Capuanos for a second...does the team not like him or what? In his last three starts, the offense has provided with only 1.7 runs of support per game while Brad Penny has been getting 4.7 runs per game of support from his bats in his last three starts. Making things even worse for Capuano is the fact that the bats have gone to sleep and are showing no signs of coming out of hibernation anytime soon. The Brewers are batting only .214 in their last 10 games and must now face one of the best pitchers in baseball in Brad Penny. Once the Dodgers manage to chase Capuano out of this game, I think the floodgates are going to open because the Brewers bullpen has an ERA of 5.06 in their last 10 games and they are losing a lot of steam from earlier this season. Has anyone else noticed that almost all the games Capuano and the Brewers won this season was when they are favored. I mean the Brew Crew is 2-8 the last 10 times Capuano has been a road underdog (dating back to last season) and this has always been one of the worst pitching spots for this kid. I also noticed that the Brewers are 1-5 in Capuano's last six road starts versus a team with a winning record. That basically makes him half fraud and worth fading at these odds. The Dodgers have always played well when Brad Penny is on the mound at home as they are 9-2 in his last 11 home starts and 5-0 in his last five starts versus the weaker NL Central. The Dodgers have always dominated the home series against the Brewers and this is the perfect matchup to make that happen again tonight. I am taking my money and hoping on the money train. I don't feel like cooking anything else after this boys so its up to the Dodgers to make me dinner and serve me some CASH FUCKIN MONEY BABY!