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TC:

And glad to have you with this here on this fabulous Friday edition of the MLB show here on BetUS TV. TC Martin live from Las Vegas and also my tag team partner from Las Vegas over, I believe to my left, Scott Spreitzer, my friend. Of course, over in Scottsdale Arizona, we got the entire west coast covered, I guess, the Base Winner, Mark Borchard. Guys, how we doing on this fabulous Friday edition of the MLB show? Scott?

Scott Spreitzer:

I’m doing well. I love being a part of this show and it’s only been what, couple weeks now, but when you’re handicapping and betting, and you do that seven days a week, there’s no day off. And so, every day runs together. I don’t know if it’s Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, whatever. I think the only reason I know it’s Sunday is because all the games are final except one by 16:00 PM Pacific time. So, doing the show, I actually, “Oh, it’s Monday. Oh it’s Wednesday. Hey cool. It’s Friday.” I get it again. I get to feel the whole, thank God it’s Friday stuff. So man, I love it, man. It’s good stuff. And we got a lot of baseball to talk about. We got the great rivalry at Fenway taking place this weekend. I’m pretty psyched about the upcoming weekend guys.

TC:

Well, and plus it’s Friday, which means that you and I, and probably Base Winner as well too, will be diving into some great food as well too, a weekend. That means some good steak and ribs or something like that. There we go. It’s doesn’t matter. But no days off as Bill Belichick says, especially for the Base Winner, right?

Mark Borchard:

Yeah. Well, yesterday was a tough off, was an off day for me because I lost both games, but it was really… Oh, that Atlanta game was hard to take. That Spencer stride was so good. 12 strikeouts, only two walks. You hate to lose games like that because you set yourself up. When the team gets more strikeouts defensively than the other team, you put yourself in such a positive situation to win the game and then watching the Braves just not be able to score off of… What do they call him from St. Louis? Liberator. But anyway, yeah. So the Liberator. Yeah. Yeah.

Scott Spreitzer:

Mark, I got two, one and one last night, guess who the loser was, and we didn’t even talk? It was the Atlanta Braves and they went one for 15 with runners in scoring position last night. I had the first half by the way and I think it was the fourth or fifth inning, Mark. They had second and third, nobody out and couldn’t get a runner home. That’s that’s how rough it was, from a team that’s been playing pretty well for the past month.

Mark Borchard:

Yeah, Darnell, he won the booby prize yesterday grounds into a double play and then can’t get the ball in play. They had the winning run on third base and extra innings and he just couldn’t make contact. And that’s the guy, if you asked me, “Well, what Brave do you want?” And they strike out a lot, but that’s the guy with the lowest strikeout percentage in the lineup. LD’s is a little bit lower, but he’s injured right now. I would’ve picked Darnell and he just couldn’t put the bat on the ball. Very frustrating.

TC:

Yeah. One of the games we talked about yesterday, and I don’t mean to bring this up because, Mark and I were on opposite sides of this game yesterday, but it was the Astros and the Royals yesterday. I was just amazed. We had talked about this in the handicap yesterday about Bubic, just how bad that he has been as a starting pitcher. The Royals got off to a 2-0 lead. Again, and here we go with the Astros doing their thing, doesn’t matter. I mean, they came back not only to win, but to cover on the run line at five to two. But the culprit really was Bubic and the rest of this Kansas City Royals bullpen, they had 10 walks yesterday and the Astros really didn’t do anything with it.

TC:

The first eight walks didn’t result in any runners being scored for the Astros, but Bubic himself, had six of the 10 walks and they kept leaving them out there. Then when you go to the Royals bullpen, you know what you get there, but this score could have been a lot worse than it was, but the Astros kept stranding runners on base, but it was just this Kansas city pen is the worst in baseball when it comes to base on balls. So, it’s just amazing. But, I’m sorry about that, Mark.

Mark Borchard:

Well, no, it was frustrating to watch. Bubic, let’s be fair. He did strike out your boy, Yordan, twice.

TC:

Yeah.

Mark Borchard:

That just goes to show you that at some point, there’s going to be some value betting crappy pitchers. I mean, that was really hard to take. No, the eighth inning for me was really hard to take there. The guy, and I don’t know how you pronounce it. It’s C-U-A-S and he just could not throw a strike. I mean, you could see the frustration on the Kansas City pitching coach as he goes out there, “Throw a strike, throw a strike,” on the… but he walked the eight guy and he goes two and 0 to the nine batter and he’s got to serve it up there. Anyway, that was frustrating, because yeah, I’m in the game still three to two in the bottom of the eighth inning with the bottom of the Astros order coming up. It’s like, “Ah, I probably snag this one.”

TC:

Yeah.

Mark Borchard:

But wasn’t meant to be, TC.

TC:

But I did hit the home run prop yesterday. I said AL Tuesday.

Mark Borchard:

Yeah, you were all over that, dude. You were all over that.

TC:

That. So was that was good. But C-U-A-S, doesn’t that sound like a bad acronym for something or a bad California State University. That’s what it sounds like to me. I don’t know.

Scott Spreitzer:

A place where the kids who can’t get to Stanford, go.

TC:

Thank you very much. Sounds a lot like sack state, which is C-S-U-S.

Mark Borchard:

Yeah, a bad acronym for a Cal state college. That’s a good one. TC.

TC:

There you go. Strike one up for me. All right guys, we’ve got about four games we’re going to handicap here today on this Friday edition. Let’s get to it. First, let’s take a look at the record board and let’s see what we got up there. I felt pretty good cashing that Yankee ticket yesterday. That was good. Base winner continues to roll along there even though a little bit of a downer yesterday, but you’re still up there, my friend, so nicely done. And then we got to get more picks for Scott up there as well. More MLB picks for him, more winners as well, too. All right. So let’s get to it guys. And let’s talk about today’s action.

TC:

We will start with the Tampa Bay Rays and the Cincinnati Reds. Tampa Bay, $1,75. Favorite total in this game is seven and a half minus 115 to the under, in this game. Shane McClanahan going for the Rays, Louise Castillo for the Red legs. And there was an old school reference for you guys. There you go, the Red legs. Base winner. Start us off here. Tampa Bay, Cincinnati with your boy McClanahan.

Mark Borchard:

Yeah. I almost stumbled or fell out of my chair, I guess when I saw the opening line for this game. I looked and it was Tampa Bay minus 138 when I sent it out and I thought, “Maybe it should be minus 238.” So immediately I thought, “Well, maybe there’s a mistake in my data collection for this odds,” but I looked it’s minus 138. I said, “Well, this is a great play here.” Overnight it’s climbed up to minus 175. I still think there’s value there. I’ve got it priced at minus 303. And we talked about Spencer Strider and how good he was yesterday. But you go over to basewinner.com and you look at the Base Winner ERA, which is variables that I think the pitcher can control. Strike out percentage, walk percentage, ground ball rate. And Spencer Strider is number two, very impressive at a 2.12 Base Winner ERA.

Mark Borchard:

The guy that’s in front of him is Shane McClanahan, 1.88. And I think he’s got to be, I mean, everybody taking some truth serum, whether you love Verlander or whoever you love, you got to say this guy’s AL Cy Young, if status quo remains. Anyway, I could go on and on about how good McClanahan is, but it shows through in the numbers. One of the things that I think helps us out, I know Castillo’s been pretty good. I’ve got him 12% better than average in the model. So maybe that’s what’s keeping the line down a bit, but this bullpen situation is awful for Cincinnati.

Mark Borchard:

Even if the tight game like we saw last night with the Braves and the Cardinals, I think we get a significant advantage in the later part of the game. I think that Red’s bullpen, I have them worst in baseball by my ratings. And so that helps out. And this Tampa bay, we talked about the Tampa Bay offense and they’re moving up in my ratings. They’re in the top 10 right now, ninth in baseball. So for all those reasons, I’ve got it priced at minus 303. I think this is a really good play.

TC:

All right. Scott?

Scott Spreitzer:

Yeah, I don’t have it priced as high as Mark does, but I agree with the side here that there’s really one play or leave it alone type of game. I like Tampa in this spot. I want to say real quickly before I finish my analysis on the Rays and Reds, that every one of the games we’re going to talk about, goes back to what I said the first time I came on here and we all pretty much agreed that, unless you’re really concerned with betting limits, all the way to the limit of what a book will give you, and you can always come back in the morning and do that. Getting ahead of these line moves is huge for your bank roll over the course of time. Every one of these games we’re talking about has gone up.

Scott Spreitzer:

Even the Orioles, excuse me. Yeah, the Orioles-Angels game, which when it reopened, when it was announced Detmer was going to be in, there was one book at about midnight, Pacific 03:00AM Eastern last night, that reset it, reopened it at a $1,20. All these games have gone up. Angels are now 15 cents higher than they were 12 hours ago or 10 hours ago. The Rays have gone up, as Mark said. Right down the line, the Red Sox Yankees game has gone up. So getting out in front, beating that closing line, especially when you’re talking about money lines, I think is huge. I always tell people in a, I guess, kind of a teaching process, do your best to be able to figure out how you can make your own lines. Do one before the lines come out and then match them up with those lines once the books post them. A lot of times you’re going to get way ahead of a closing line.

Scott Spreitzer:

That’s the case in these particular games. As far as this game is concerned, I mean, I agree with Mark. I mean, right now, the front runner for Cy Young, in my mind, is McClanahan. If I had to vote on this, it would be McClanahan. The guy’s just been phenomenal. He’s given up what, one earned run in just one of his last 10 starts. I mean, more than one earned run and just one of his last 10 starts. In that one case he gave up two earned runs. I mean, the guy’s just been phenomenal. He’s got a great four pitch repertoire and he fools guys. He throws strikeouts like nobody’s business. Do you realize he’s thrown at least six full innings in each of his last 10 starts, which is huge in today’s standards.

Scott Spreitzer:

I know Castillo’s not bad. You know, Castillo’s decent his numbers, but he’s better on the road than he is at grid American. No shocker there for the style of pitcher he is, and being in that ballpark. As far as hitting metrics, since he’s been okay at Home against South Paws over the past four or five weeks, but Mark hit it on the head. I got a buddy of mine, baseball better. That’s all he does, is bet baseball and he handicaps backwards. He starts with the bull pens and goes back all the way to the pitchers. If you do that, you come up with Tampa Bay as the play. I made it 250, Mark. So not as high as 303, but still way above where that current line sits.

TC:

250 on the road, that’s saying something right there. So with that being said, you are going to get some value with the Tampa Bay today. Shane McClanahan, definitely one of the best. So we’ll lock Base Winner in for that one. Tampa Bay Rays today on the road against lowly Cincinnati, 175. He’s going to lay on this one for McClanahan.

TC:

All right, guys, next up the Angels and the Orioles, Reid Detmer’s is back, huh? Okay. The guy that threw the no hitter, which was kind of a weird no hitter that he threw. But went back to the minors, now he’s back again. He’s going against Tyler Wells for the Orioles. Orioles, a slight favorite in this game at home today, one at 25. Both these teams, as we know, have had rough seasons, very, very inconsistent. Total is eight and half in this game. 110, either way. Scott, tell us who you like here with the Angels and the Os.

Scott Spreitzer:

Last check right before the show, the Os laying, I didn’t see it there, but it was about a $1,35-ish right around there. Give or take a few pennies. Yeah, you mentioned both teams have struggled this year. The Orioles have struggled for about 20 years, but there’s a difference between these two teams. One team, except for when Shohei Ohtani is on the mound, and he’s an ultimate competitor, one team has given up on the season. The other one’s still playing to win. The Orioles of won five in a row. I had him yesterday. I did, I do a lot of free videos on my Twitter site. And Ed Scott wins in the free play yesterday, or the video was on the O’s over the Angels. The Halos are just a… How could you describe it guys? They’re an absolute mess. We’re going against them and playing Baltimore again.

Scott Spreitzer:

What I decided when this series began was, I was going to play in this four game series, the Baltimore Orioles, until I got two wins out of the series, then I’d just probably pack it up and move on because I’m not big on playing bad teams and Baltimore, for the most part’s, bad team. They’re just playing well right now. And so, that’s what I’m going to do. And I’m not going to Martingale. I never Martingale. Don’t get me caught up in that. That’s a bad way to go for your bank roll. But if I can get to two wins with this team and this weekend series, then that’ll be it for me on this series. But listen, Halos have won 11 of 40 games, after that 27 and 17 start to the season. The record’s absolutely dreadful when they’re starting pitcher doesn’t go at least five innings and allow three runs or less.

Scott Spreitzer:

We talked about that on a show last week. To tell you how great Shohei Ohtani is… And I’m not saying he is the MVP, because you got to win more games to be the MVP. He’s the most outstanding player. I wish they had that trophy for most outstanding player. They’re five and 0 in his last five starts. Five and 0. And the six games in the last six games, if you throw out the one game that he started, they’ve scored 11 runs, basically, are crazy. Six runs in five games without him. It’s just nuts, no matter how you break it down. Tyler Wells is fantastic. He’s been so all season. I expect more success against this angels batting order. I went back and I looked over the last 30 days on the road with weighted runs created plus, the Angels have a 39 rating.

Scott Spreitzer:

Guys, that’s 117 points fewer than the top team in baseball, which is the Padres, over the past 30 days. It’s 22 points fewer than the next worst team in baseball, which is the Rockies. That’s how bad it’s been. During the same time span, 30 days, the Orioles, their top five in batting average against lefties OPS wOBA and weighted runs created. Plus, you mentioned that kind of phony, no hitter. It was. The guy had one strike out a nine and eight of a no hitter and he’s done nothing since, other than look kind of bad. I decided to back the Orioles here again for the second straight day. If I get that second straight win, I may come back and play the O’s one more time this weekend. But at worst, I’m going to go two and one this weekend, if I get tonight.

TC:

The matchup favors, you go for it. Like you said, bad teams, hey, they can get on the roles, especially against bad teams. Just to clarify, Scott, okay. Scott is St. Martingale. He’s not referencing me or Wink Martingale as well too. So you better clarify that Scott, what Martingale means.

Scott Spreitzer:

Yeah. It’s not a good way to go for your bank role. I think one of the last 30 years there was a couple of guys I knew who played it, I’m going to say 20 years ago. They did pretty well for about three quarters of the season. Basically, what you’ll do is let’s just take that game Angels and Orioles and you decide, all right, it’s a four game set, I’m playing Baltimore this series. If they lose game one, I’m going to double up in game two. If they lose game two, I’m going to quadruple up in game three and so on until you get your win. But, it doesn’t work. I’m just going to tell you right now, if anybody’s out there doing it, they’re not betting anymore, because that bank roll’s been hammered left and right. It’s just not a smart idea to do it. So I wanted to clarify that I’m not doing the old Martingale system here. It was just a decision. I got to get two wins out of the Os then I’m out. But I’m not [inaudible].

TC:

Is that named after a guy who actually did that? Was his name Martingale? Is that the deal or where’d the name come from?

Mark Borchard:

I think it was, TC. I think that’s why they named it that.

TC:

Is that right? Reminds me, Scott, and you can relate to this. Reminds me of the old big wheel, before we’d go into the buffet or whatever you got the big wheel and then you put all your money down and say, “Okay, I’m going to put it on the one because the one normally hits. Oh, one doesn’t hit, it came up five. Well I’m going to double down. Oh the 20 came up. Well, let’s triple down. There we go.” Be broke before I went into the buffet there. But eventually it would come through. So I guess I Martingaled that back 25 years ago of just trying to pay for my own buffet. There you go. Hit the one baby. It eventually came up. That’s all I got to say. Back to baseball. Base winner.

Mark Borchard:

It’s great to have Scott on the show. He’s brought up two really important points in just general betting principles. First is to get ahead of the line movement, which is super important. And then the second is don’t do fad stuff like bet… There was one system out there that the guy kept laying minus 200 on a daily basis. And that it was a deviation of the Martingale for the worst. So kind of stay away from those gimmick ideas because they never pan out. It’s great to have him on the show.

Mark Borchard:

What a breakdown for this Baltimore game. I mean, you just pretty much hashed it out. I can tell you that I have it priced at minus 104. So, I guess, based on that price, there’s a little bit of value by my model on the Angels.

Mark Borchard:

But, I don’t know, Reid Detmers, he’s 20% worse than average. I like Tyler Wells. I’ve got him a better than average in the model. I think that for me, why I don’t a hundred percent agree with you on the Baltimore play, is because I think you’ve got to kind of take a look at long term projections for the Angels and I’m still kind of bullish on them. Maybe that’s too aggressive, but I’ve got them 10th in baseball versus a Baltimore team that’s 26th in baseball. I agree with you on the recent data. If you look at their play discipline over the last 30 days, they’re 27th or 28th in baseball. The only teams that are worse than them are Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. They’ve really been awful.

Mark Borchard:

Recently I was really surprised. I was digging through some stats last Sunday and I looked to Trout. Trout strikeout percentages 33% over the last two months. And that’s pretty alarming set. As he goes, I think the Angels go. So for me, it’s kind of a no play. There’s some conflicting information. In my mind, it’s like, “Well, are the Angels really this bad, because there’s long term data that suggested that they’re not, but the short term numbers are awful.” That weighted runs created plus, what’d you say it was 37?

Scott Spreitzer:

39 over the past 30 days, which again, the next worst team is 22 points higher.

Mark Borchard:

Yeah. I was just going to ask you, who’s the next worst team.

Scott Spreitzer:

It’s a lot. Yeah, the Rockies and they’re 22 points higher than the Angels. And then the next worst, 117 points out of number one over the last 30 days. That’s almost unheard of. I mean, it’s crazy.

Mark Borchard:

It’s really hard to believe too because you get Otani and Trout who have really good talent. I mean, I don’t think there’s any argument over that, but the rest of their lineup is not that awful from a long term projection standpoint. Anyway, I don’t think I could back Reid Detmers ever. We all had a play against him with Tampa Bay earlier in the year, Jeff and TC and myself, and it looked really good. He threw the worst no hitter in the history of no hitters, in my opinion.

Scott Spreitzer:

The only thing worse than what he did in that no hitters, is if he walked eight guys and got to no hitter, which we’ve seen before. He had one strikeout and you look at [inaudible] but you’re going, “Holy cow, he’s due for a bad outing.” He hasn’t been the same since.

Scott Spreitzer:

Real quick on the Halos. Joe Maddon kind of screwed things up because he went like, even though they were 24 or 13 or whatever, when the swim began, he screwed things up because he had a different lineup out there every day. He was like, “Hey, we’re 24 and 13. I’m just going to keep doing goofy stuff and putting guys batting behind other guys that they’ve never seen before and barely met in the clubhouse.” He kept messing with that. And then Rendon has been a bust since they got him from Washington.

Scott Spreitzer:

I mean the guys always out. And then what I think what happened was, the relief staff started pitching to their talent, which is bad. It’s not good. And I think as you saw this season progress for the Halos is you saw frustration in the bullpen, eventually frustration with the starters. Lorenzen was never good. All of a sudden his first six weeks of the season, he’s tremendous. You didn’t think he could keep it up and he has it. So you saw frustration move to the mound and eventually now to the offense, because the offense was still good when they first started struggling, they just couldn’t stop anybody. Now they got one guy who can take the mound who you can trust [inaudible]. Only time I will not play against the Angels, if I’m looking at their game, is when Shohei is on the mound.

Scott Spreitzer:

Unfortunately, for the Halo fans, he’s probably going to be a Yankee in two years. He’s got one more year at Anaheim and he’s already made it clear he’s not sticking around if they don’t build a winner. He’s already made that clear. So I think you see this frustration that’s built with these players, kind of like Trout, who’s a first ballot hall of famer having a tough season. Best player in the league to me in the last 10 years, but not this year, obviously. We talked about this the other day, but the bottom line is that he is a first ballot hall of famer who’s completely frustrated with this organization and he’s going nowhere. Don’t feel too sorry for him, he’s got 300 million in his back pocket, but at the same time, he’s a competitor. He wants to be in the postseason. They ain’t going anywhere anytime soon, unfortunately.

TC:

If you haven’t figured out yet bass winner, Scott is a big time Angels guy. He’s a Mike Scioscia closet guy. Loves Mike Scioscia.

Mark Borchard:

That’s good. I mean, we’ll get along really well. I grew up an Angels fan as a kid. I grew up in Ventura County and I was actually at the 1986 game five where Donny Moore blew the save against the Red Sox. One of the classics of all time. Every now and then, I get a feed of AL Michaels is doing the call. It was just an awesome game. Didn’t turn out the way I wanted to. I was 16 years old waiting to run onto the field and never got the chance. So it took me a while to get over my hatred of the Boston Red Sox. But I had to kind of put that to the side as a handicapper. But that was a great game.

Scott Spreitzer:

I adopted the Halos about 10 years after I moved to Vegas. I was a Cardinal fan growing up and I’ll just say real quickly, Mike Scioscia was one of my all time favorites as a catcher and that’s a position I played. So it became a Mike Scioscia fan on and on. Yeah, I mean the Halos I adopted him, probably late 19, I’m going to say early 1990s, is when I kind of adopted them as my team. Then JT Snow came along and I was close friends with Jack Snow. And so, there was a lot of talk all the time about JT coming up and that’s all how that began.

Mark Borchard:

I love Jack Snow. Scott, I’m glad you brought his name up. He was such a good host on Proline. Oh my gosh.

Scott Spreitzer:

Golfing, go out to dinner when he would be in town and listen to this… And we’re getting off on a tangent here, but it’s okay, right. He would get-

Mark Borchard:

I had to jump in there because when JT Snow was doing his thing and in major league baseball, I just couldn’t think of anything but Jack Snow and how good he was a hosting Proline. He was such a good host.

Scott Spreitzer:

He was the best. I can tell you some things, I’ll tell you at a different show, when we have more time to talk about what he would do to me, when I’m actually trying to get a promo out. I’m improvising because I never use teleprompters and the things he… Like rubbing my knee not being able to see on camera, things like that. True, true jock, man. I mean, this guy was jock with a capital, J-O-C-K.

Scott Spreitzer:

When JT was playing for Dusty’s team, I thought I’d throw TC a bone here on this conversation, up in San Francisco, it was great because Jack would come in, Mark, and he would film Proline with us in the morning. And he’d be like, guys, “No screw up today. No, take two.” I’d be like, “Keep your hand off my leg. We wouldn’t have any take two.” And because he had to fly out to go check out the Giants playoffs. It was funny because he would say, “Hey, the guys at the clubhouse want to know who you liked this weekend of the NFL.” So it was great stuff.

Mark Borchard:

That’s a great story. I’m glad we went off on a tangent. I thought that was really interesting, Scott.

Scott Spreitzer:

If we had two hours, we would have a show about Jack Snow. I could just tell you that, but we don’t. So, I digress.

TC:

Flash back to the old Proline days for your old schoolers. Remember that good stuff with those guys.

Mark Borchard:

If you guys are younger, if you can maybe search on YouTube because the shows were really good. Yeah. He was good.

TC:

All right. Let’s get back to baseball and lock Scott in for the Baltimore Orioles in this game here today. Only going to lay 125 with the Orioles playing better baseball right now than the Angels. Good luck to Scott on that one.

TC:

Next step guys, Yankees and the Red Sox. Yes. This weekend series. It’s a four game set and I know all of us enjoy the tradition. We love these games and I talked a little bit about it yesterday. And here we go again today. The Yankees only a $1.45 favorite on the road today. If you like Bo Sox, plus 130, the total in this game is nine in a half. Well today we got Nestor Cortes going against Connor Seabold. Today guys for me, this is a carbon copy game of yesterday. You heard me rip on Winckowski yesterday. He was downright awful: five innings, six runs, six hits gave up two homers, including a grand slam.

TC:

And we talked about the walks with Kansas city with Bubic yesterday. He had five walks himself yesterday. Today we are going to throw Connor Seabold out there. Now Base Winner this may sound kind of like a repeat handicap because if you remember, the last time Seabold, Seabiscuit, seahorse, whatever you want to call it. I’m not going to give him the proper… I cannot discredit sea biscuits because Seabiscuit’s one of the greatest horses of all time. All right. But Connor Seabold is a guy that’s been one of the most disappointing prospects to ever come out of major league baseball. This guy was a third round pick in 2017. It took him five seasons to get up to the big leagues. Once he’s got up to the big leagues, he’s only had three career starts and none of them have been any good.

TC:

The first start this year, I was against him, against Toronto, where he gave up seven runs, nine hits and he lasted four and two thirds innings. Like I said, this guy, if Boston is going to continue to trot guys like Winckowski and Seabold out there, I’m sorry. It’s just a go against for me every time, especially when you’re going against the Yankees. Also, people want to say about the Yankees, “Hey, they’re not going to win every game,” and this and that. Well, it seems like they do, kind of like the Astros, but I’ll say this for good teams, especially when they’re playing other good teams, and I talked about this when the Astros faced the Yankees, the Yankees get up for every game, but they really get up for these Red Sox games, too.

TC:

These games mean a lot to them. It really does. It’s a rivalry. It’s like the electricity is in the air. It’s a playoff atmosphere. And we’re going to see that in all four games this weekend, but Nestor Cortes against Connor Seabold. This is a pitching mismatch for me. Aaron Judge was out yesterday. He will be back in the lamp today, at least that’s what they’re saying. So yeah, no Seabold for me. I’m all about the Yankees today. Scott?

Scott Spreitzer:

Yeah. I got to tell everybody, I mean, candidly, this is equal to a best bet for me on the Yankees. I didn’t want to steal your thunder. I don’t like to give out the team in first place every day. I’m just kidding.

TC:

Right, right, right.

Scott Spreitzer:

But anyway, it’s are-

Mark Borchard:

Are you saying that TC gives out first place teams a lot?

TC:

He does. He definitely does.

Scott Spreitzer:

I talking about some other guy I ran into, but keep doing it, dude. You’re up.

TC:

It’s about picking winners, right?

Scott Spreitzer:

This is all about picking winners, but I got to bust your chops once in a while, because-

TC:

Absolutely.

Scott Spreitzer:

… we’re buddies. But anyway, no, good stuff. 28 over 500 I think or something like that. 12 units ahead. So let me, let me plug what I just gave you a hard time about. Listen, now, as far as this game is concerned, you’re right. You know what Seabold’s career numbers are, is three major league starts? 769 earned run average, 197 whip, four home runs allowed. When you span that out over the amount of innings he’s pitched those four home runs, he has a 3.08 home runs per nine innings pitched ratio. I think I could even hit one out of the infield against this guy. That’s how bad he’s been.

TC:

Hey, in the green monster, you might be able to bang one up the green monster, Scott.

Scott Spreitzer:

Potentially, potentially. If I probably was lined up at second base when I hit the ball, but the pin has been a bit busy of late and I think that’s going to be a problem. TC, I did your radio show yesterday. We hit this right on the head we talked about Winckowski not having faced anybody of note really, in his first few starts and thought he would struggle potentially against the Yankees. He wasn’t horrible, but he had like one bad inning or something like that. And then we also said, and the reason I didn’t play the Yankees last night is because Gerritt Cole is so bad in Fenway and he was bad in Fenway again. So we talked about, the Yankees was a nice win. I was talking about your show yesterday that kind of leaned towards the over there because I thought both pitchers would hold to form of what we had seen.

Scott Spreitzer:

Nestor Cortes, lefty. He’s been outstanding this season. His hard hit in barrel percentages are very low. Remember my first time on the show with you guys was back on June 24th or 25th and Boston was kicking booty. And I said, “We’re going to find out a lot about Boston between now, which was June 25th and the all star break, because all of a sudden the level of competition was getting much tougher.” Well they’re five and seven since then. So we’ve seen them slip back a little bit and I think they slip back a little bit more tonight. I agree with you wholeheartedly, TC, the Yankees are the play and I’m surprised it’s not a buck seven here, buck 60, 65 with this pitching match up.

TC:

Right, yeah. I saw 150 last night. Now it’s 145 here at Bet US. So sign me up. Base winner.

Mark Borchard:

Yeah, I’ll get into the handicap in just a second, but it’s hard for me to keep a straight face because I went to new England. That must have been 10, 15 years ago. And I asked the guy, I said, “Where, where do I park my car? And the guy goes, “Park your car around the corner!” I’m looking at this guy, that’s all I’m thinking about. If you look at the handicap for this, I’m totally with you guys. I’ve got it priced at minus 181 for the Yankees. Seabold, there’s not enough data for him, but projection wise, I have him 20% worse than average. Cortes, I have got 20% better than average. I’ve got a significant advantage for the Yankees lineup versus the Red Sox lineup, significant advantage for the Yankees bullpen versus the Red Sox bullpen.

Mark Borchard:

But the one thing that’s concerning to me in playing this game is if you look at Cortes stuff plus number, this is the athletic does this [inaudible] over there. It’s a granular measurements on 11 different metrics, pitch by pitch. I like to look at this when I’m handicapping the card and he’s only in the 34th percentile on that stuff plus metric. Then I do the Base Winner luck chart, based on home runs to fly balls left on base percentage batting average of balls in play. Cortes has been extremely lucky. He’s in the 95th percentile, the higher the percentile, the luckier the pitcher is. So two things that kind of concern me on this. Ultimately won’t make a play, but from a pricing standpoint, strict pricing standpoint. I think there’s value here with the Yankees, TC.

TC:

Okay. All right. Lock me in there with the Yankees. We’ll take them at minus 145 today. Cortes against Seabold.

TC:

Next up Philly’s Cardinals. We’ll do it again today. A Wheeler against Wayne Wright, that is going to be the pitching match up today. This is a rematch of Sunday’s game where Philly won 4-0. Wheeler was much better than Wainwright in that game. Last night, the game went extra innings in Seattle, rather St. Louis got a victory, 3-2. Today’s line has Philly minus 122, Cardinals plus one 12 total in this game is seven and a half, shaded towards the over minus 120 over seven and a half. Base winner. What do you think? Philly St., Louis?

Mark Borchard:

Well, I don’t see how I can’t go against Philly when I’m wearing my Philly shirt.

TC:

Absolutely.

Mark Borchard:

Which, you can kind of see the P. There is the P.

TC:

There it is.

Mark Borchard:

There it is.

TC:

There’s so much Philadelphia Philly stuff on this show, but most of us usually hate. And then, there’s Base Winner over in Scottsdale, Arizona. He gives him a little bit of love more than our other Philly guys that were on the show.

Mark Borchard:

Well, my wife’s from Philadelphia and she was a huge Phillies fan until she met me. Now, she can’t stand baseball, because I just take it too seriously.

TC:

Of course.

Mark Borchard:

Anyway.

TC:

That’s why you’re locked away in your own office and you got your own TV. You got your own sportsbook , basically there, and you know your wife’s on the other side of the house. I know how it rolls over there.

Mark Borchard:

All you do is just sit in that office, handicapping baseball. Oh, I can see your point, man. She’s like a baseball handicapper widow. There’s a lot of time you put into it. So sometimes you got to… Saturday afternoon it’s when I spend time with her.

TC:

Yeah. In between the afternoon game.

Mark Borchard:

Well, and I can’t… TC, I’m banned from the phone. I can’t bring the phone with me to dinner or to any place because she… And it’s obnoxious when you’re checking scores all the time and trying to talk to some… So I understand where they-

TC:

Raise your hand if you’re guilty, okay.

Mark Borchard:

Totally, totally.

TC:

Don’t think we’re all guilty with that, right?

Mark Borchard:

Yeah. Yeah, so I don’t bring the phone.

TC:

I was doing it last night. I was checking the Yankee-Red Sox game. I was getting the evil look. I get you.

Mark Borchard:

No, but it’s so natural to kind of want to know what’s going on with it. Especially that game, was really close.

TC:

Yeah.

Mark Borchard:

I’ve had it the other, other side, I go on VSiN and Gill Alexander host the Morning Show. And we went out to dinner one time when we were in Scottsdale, he had something, like the Celtics. And I’m trying to have a conversation with him and he’s checking this… And so, as a guy who’s guilty of it all the time, I can understand where he was at, but it’s still kind of annoying. So anyway, we kind of went off on a tangent there.

TC:

Really? You did?

Mark Borchard:

I’ve got-

TC:

[inaudible].

Mark Borchard:

We going tangents, tangents today, a geometry class. But anyway, we got Zach Wheeler, I’ve got it priced at minus 152. And it’s a big pitching disparity for me. I know that a lot of people are, are high on Wainwright. My numbers don’t particularly like him. I think he’s 9% worse than average, by my numbers. I’ve got Wheeler at a 71 run suppression number, meaning he’s going to suppress runs 29% greater than an average pitcher. From a suppression standpoint, you look at the stuff plus figures. And, and so I look at it, I go, oh, Wheeler’s 37% stuff plus Wainwright 66% stuff plus, so that’s kind of concerning. But if you look at the location numbers combined with the stuff plus numbers, Wheeler’s in the 95th percentile.

Mark Borchard:

The one thing that just from a high macro standpoint, if you look at the base winner ERA, Wheeler a little bit above his actual ERA, he’s got an actual ERA of 2.66, but a base winner ERA, nice and tidy 2.96. That’s almost to the number of that 71 run suppression number and then Wainwright base winner ERA is 4.08. So very close to what I have him in the model. For all those reasons, I’ve got a price at minus 152. I think Philly’s a good play here, TC.

TC:

All right. Scott?

Scott Spreitzer:

Yeah. First of all, Mark’s talking geometry and TC, you said, “If you come on the show, I promise you, no math,” and then you go ahead and have Mark next to me. And here we go.

TC:

There it is.

Scott Spreitzer:

So anyway, tangents are fun though, by the way. Philly’s and Cardinals, man, I’m looking at this game. And, and then one thing that concerns me, because Wheeler’s nuts. I mean some of his numbers. I mean, he’s got 99 punch outs and 88 innings of work. One more strikeout tonight, he’s up to a hundred already. He eats up a decent amount of innings by today’s standards. His road work concerns me a little bit. There are three and three in the last six, on the road when he pitches. And the other thing that concerns me and I don’t know, this might be something I should not be concerned about, but for some reason it’s there in my mind guys is, that the Cardinals locked out last night. Mark mentioned he had Atlanta on the show yesterday. That was one of those cases. And we don’t whine about losers, at least we try not to, but we get our frustration out at home where only the wives can see us and that we come on and do these shows and we’re smiling. But anyway-

Mark Borchard:

That’s funny.

Scott Spreitzer:

As far as the Cardinals, you are a right side, wrong result which does happen and it’s not whining. It was right side, wrong result with the Atlanta Braves. But it scares me because the Cardinals have not been winning games. All of a sudden they get a fortunate win. I mean, they had to do a few things obviously to be able to land in the win column. But it always worries me that maybe they’re going to reel off two or three or four in a row because of the talent they have. They finally kind of got off the Schneider a little bit that they’ve been on for a while. Adam Wainwright did lose just what five days ago. I think you said, Mark, that was in Philly. His team is five and two at home and his seven home starts.

Scott Spreitzer:

Here’s a crazy stat. He allows one home run every 22 innings pitched at home. You don’t hit him out of the park when you’re going up against Adam Wainwright on the road. I priced it where it opened, which was a dollar 10. And it’s gone up a little bit since then. So I’m off of it, but yeah, I leaned Phillies, but just a couple of things there that concerned me a little bit, that kept me away from that play. So it’ll be a pass for me.

TC:

All right. Let’s lock Base Winner in there. He’s on this game and Base Winner is going to take the Philadelphia Phillies laying 122 on the road today against those Cardinals who have been really struggling, especially at the plate. So good bounce back today, I would think. And so good luck to you on that, Mark.

TC:

All right, question and answer time. Hit us up on the chat room with some questions we’ll get to as many as we can here in the remaining minutes. Roosevelt is asking us about the Marlins and Mets and Nat’s braves. Guys, Marlon’s Mets. You got Bassett going against Pablo Lopez today. A lot of people may remember I was on Pablo Lopez a lot early on in the season, but this guy has not been good lately. Believe he’s given up 13 runs in his last four starts, he’s going backwards. The Marlins are going backwards. The Marlin says, we know have questionable bats already to begin with. Maybe another good spot for the Mets and Bassett here. Base winner. What do you think?

Mark Borchard:

I’ve got a price at minus 139. If I had to play it, I’d probably go Marlins in this situation, but it’s priced right where it needs to be. I think as far as the Nationals Braves go, I’d go with the over in that game. The Nationals have some really good plate discipline numbers. They’re fourth in walks divided by strikeouts. Not just over the last 30 days, but they’re full walks divided by strikeouts. I think that’s an offense to me that I want to get behind, but I can’t get behind the pitching. So I think if you play a Nationals game, you look hard at the over. I think that’s kind of how I’d tackle those two games, TC.

TC:

Okay. Don’t forget guys, Juan Don yesterday lost again one in 12 right now. If that isn’t the definition of [inaudible], I don’t know what is. Anyway. Scott?

Scott Spreitzer:

[inaudible], does he? I mean for that, I mean, but yeah. You know what, I agree with Mark on the Washington Atlanta game. I think if you were going to play that at all, I would play the over. It’s not going to be a play for me, but that’s the opinion. You mentioned Pablo Lopez. My gosh, his ERA’s gone from one and a half up to almost three and his last, what, maybe five starts or something like that. So if you were playing them early on, you were not only smart to play them early on, but you were smart as you are, TC, to jump off of Pablo Lopez of late. I was looking at the pitchy match ups, obviously, last night as we all do. I mean, outside of the games we talked about, and it included a couple of the games we talked about. Check out almost every pitcher in every game today, and you’re going to see guys who’ve really struggled over the past four or five starts, three starts, that were pitching much better up until June 1st.

Scott Spreitzer:

We start to see that. We see the cream rise to the top. I mean the only guys who are really pitching better over their past three or four starts that we haven’t talked about yet of the games that are on the board are Jose Urquidy at Houston. He’s improved over his past three or four starts. Anderson for the Dodgers. And then you got two guys in the same matchup who are pitching much better over the past three or four starts than they were earlier, which is Stripling and Kirby for Toronto and Seattle, respectively. Other than that, I mean, it’s like, be careful folks because one pitcher after another right now. At least on Friday, slate is pitching notably worse than they were in the months of April and May. And that includes Pablo Lopez. If I was going to play that game, I’d go against him tonight and go against the Marlins.

TC:

Jorge has a question and sitting there talking about a lot of runs being scored. He’s saying that, should we be looking at more unders, than overs of this part of the season? He feels that there’s a lot of unders. I don’t know if there is or not guys. Again, I’m not a big totals player, especially again, with the softball rules and extra innings. Now, as people like say with the ghost runners, we had that conversation the other day, quick thoughts about what Jorge is talking about. Are we seeing more unders and overs lately? Base winner?

Mark Borchard:

So he’s talking time of season, what you’re looking for time of season. Yet generally run production increases as the weather gets hot. I think that we’re going to see more run production, particularly in three stadiums. I’m trying to think off the top of my head with high humidity in the summertime. So, Cleveland’s one of them. Oakland’s one of them San Francisco, San Diego and then I think it was Anaheim stadium. It used to be called Anaheim stadium. I don’t know what they’re calling it nowadays.

TC:

Well, I think you see that a lot in Atlanta too, don’t you? You see that in the summertime [inaudible].

Mark Borchard:

Yeah, you would think that, but that was they actually-

TC:

That parks a little bit.

Mark Borchard:

… Actually there’s a physicist that studied this with the humidor effect. I think it’s really one of the fascinating handicaps of 2022, is how these humidors that they’ve instituted and all the parks are going to play into the totals. You saw it in Oakland where it was drier in April and actually, the humidor, which is designed to give the ball lively or characteristics in Oakland. But it actually was making the ball deader in Oakland, and so you had a lot of unders there, but I think that’s going to be reversed. The key is to watch the humidity in these ballparks and the humidor, because it’s set to a certain standard, actually, when it gets very humid, it’s going to draw water out of the ball in later season. So it’s kind of a fascinating thing to me to see how it’s in those five parks, how it’s going to play out, TC.

TC:

Scott, do you see what we just did? We went from math class to science class with Base Winner. What are we doing here? [inaudible].

Mark Borchard:

Scott does a pretty good job with these numbers. I think he’s [inaudible] recess.

TC:

Please give me a recess with this.

Scott Spreitzer:

We going to go the monkey bars. Is that what I’m good for?

TC:

Something? Lunch?

Scott Spreitzer:

Formation with your friends. No, I-

Mark Borchard:

You’re bringing it today, Scott. I’m impressed with your handicap. I’m enjoying it by the way.

TC:

I don’t know if you’re more impressed with that or the tangents. I mean the tangents are regular equal with the handicap.

Mark Borchard:

He understood where I was going with the tangent. I think that kind of went over your head, TC. No offense.

TC:

Yeah. Okay.

Scott Spreitzer:

There was no food reference, but-

Mark Borchard:

Yeah, exactly.

Scott Spreitzer:

I don’t know, you would of had to throw some kind of a… Oh, I don’t know. I’m trying to think of maybe a [inaudible] or something like that to get his shapes back in there because he is got to have that food reference. But as far as totals are concerned real quickly, I’ll just say this. I haven’t looked to play a full game under, this entire season because, as TC mentioned the softball rules, the ghost runner at second base and the 10th inning. Plus it’s tough, man, because every pitcher, every starting pitcher seems to be out, even if he’s pitching well after five innings. And so my unders are always going to be first five innings, which, five years ago, I probably had ten first five plays the entire season. Now I’ve got five a week.

Scott Spreitzer:

If I’m looking to play unders it’s always going to be first five innings. I will do some first five overs depending on the starting pitching. But 95% of my overs are full game. I want to take advantage of bad bullpens of starters not going deep into games anymore. Also, I want to be able to take advantage of the ghost runner if it happens to go two extras.

Scott Spreitzer:

It’s funny last night, I mean the total was six and a half and I could remember it was six or six and a half, in that giants Padres game. And they’re in extra innings. It’s one, one, and they’ve got the bases load to do the Padres and he hits one. I swear, I’m thinking, it’s out now. Right away, I’m like looking to see… I didn’t have the game, but I’m looking to see what the total was, because I knew it was around six, six and a half and I’m like, some poor boy is going to lose this total on this one hit in the bottom of the 10th or whatever it was. I think six and a half was the solid number. So, they were okay.

Scott Spreitzer:

It ended up hitting the wall and they stopped the game after one run scores, the winning run. So it’s two to one, but it’s an example of how crazy it gets when it goes to extras these days. And I just, I feel like I got to win three times if I play an under full game.

Scott Spreitzer:

I got to have my starting pitchers do what they normally do and usually they will. But then I got to have decent outings by bull pins. That’s 50/50. Then I got to hope the ghost runners don’t start a scoring fest in the 10th inning if it goes to extras. To tell the guy who just, who asked the question, if you’re looking to play unders play first five, find starting pitchers who have great numbers the first two times the re bating order. If they’re pitching ERA’s of, let’s say, 3.3 or less, first two times through a bating order, it’s not bad to look at those guys and play in the first 500.

TC:

And that happened with the Mets game on Wednesday night. It was three, three go to extras. The Mets you erupt for five, boom, eight, three final game goes over nine and a half. Yeah.

Mark Borchard:

It’s absolutely brutal, that ghost runner. I can’t stand it. I hope they don’t put it back in next year. It’s supposed to be legislated out of the game next season, but even the Braves game last night and how good Strider was. You have the under in that game and you lose it. That’s that’s a hard one to take, guys.

TC:

Guys. I think it’s going to be here for a while because when people get used to this and remember the whole reason why they put it in, is to shorten games. The last thing major league baseball wants to do is see 13, 14, 15 inning games again. It sounds like it’s going over pretty well with players and managers. I mean, they’re going to complain about it, but you know, we’re not seeing these multi inning, extra inning games. So I got a feeling it’s probably going to be around.

Scott Spreitzer:

There weren’t that many to begin with, those games that went 15, 16 innings. So we’d have four hour, nine inning games. I like that. I mean, if I’m going to travel a lot of Vegas to see a major league baseball game, play three and a half, four hours. We keep letting the tail wag the dog, when it comes to major league baseball. Baseball fans want to see baseball. If you don’t like baseball, you’re not, “Ooh, guess what? I haven’t watched a baseball game in 10 years, but the average time just went from three hours to two hours and 56 minutes. I’m in baby.”

Mark Borchard:

No doubt. No, that’s a good point.

TC:

This is a health and safety thing with major league baseball. I don’t agree with it, but in their mind, we don’t want keep the players out there. And we don’t want keep throwing our relievers out there, day in and day out. They are just so conservative now.

Mark Borchard:

TC, what’s your position? What would you like to see as far as, you want to revert back to where it was? How would you like to see things done?

TC:

For me, I actually don’t mind it because I was already used to it. Like I said, I coached softball for a number of years. So we had this in the game where the game would go into extra innings where you would have that. So me, I was, already used to it for other people. They go, what the heck is this, because they never watch girls softball or women’s softball or whatever. For me, I’m okay with it. Actually, from a betting standpoint, I mean I’ve had pros and cons with it. It’s like, “Okay, yeah. Hey, we got the guy that made the last out, man. He’s a speedy guy, a second. Maybe he’ll take third, tag up, whatever, get there.” For me it goes both ways. I don’t mind it. And again, I don’t mind this 16 or 18 inning games. I’m a traditionalist, as you guys know.

TC:

I’m probably not the right guy to ask because I’m actually okay with it. I’ve gotten used to it. I think more and more people have gotten used to it. And you talk to people in major league baseball. They’re doing this for the health and safety of the game. So that’s why I don’t think we’re going to go back to the way it was because of that factor.

Scott Spreitzer:

That’s what I was going to say from a business standpoint, I get why players don’t want to go 15, 16, 17 innings. Totally get it. I might have that same feeling if I’m a reliever or I’m a player and all of a sudden I’m in an 18 inning game and I got to turn around and play a 12 noon game the next day. I understand all of that. You can wear guys down pretty fast. I got to ask you this. I mean, we’re Americans, we don’t like ties, but do you like the KBO and Japanese baseball league rule of at the, “Go ahead and play 12 innings. But at the end of 12 innings, it’s a tie.” Do you like that at all?

Mark Borchard:

I think they should do it after 11, personally. That’s kind of what I’d like to see. Now look, if you look at the premier league, which is arguably the best league in the world, maybe not even an argument. It is probably the best league in the world. Champions league, regular season. Hey, a draw’s okay. I think that if last night they played two innings in the St. Louis Atlanta game. Even if I would’ve wanted, I think that would’ve been cool, but I’m totally in the minority. I wouldn’t mind seeing a draw because it works. It works for the premier league. Is MLB better than the premier league? I don’t necessarily think so.

Scott Spreitzer:

I like the 12 innings. The end after 12 innings, it’s a tie, but I can understand why. I mean, I like that better than a man on second.

Mark Borchard:

I guess that gives you three times through the lineup too, or once through the lineup, guarantee that you’re going to go through. Maybe that’s the right number. Yeah, I’d be really happy with the tie because there’s so many games that like, both teams play good and there really shouldn’t be a winner. Like, “Okay, well it’s a tie.”

TC:

Talking about breaking tradition there, over a hundred plus years, major league baseball tie. There’s not even a T in the column there. Tie? What? [inaudible] watching this right now.

Mark Borchard:

They wouldn’t take the lead from the premier league. The premier league makes too much money. They would never take the premier league’s lead on that.

TC:

Well you and I will have a separate discussion on the Bundesliga league versus, premier league based winner. Okay.

Mark Borchard:

Oh boy.

TC:

There you go. That’s it. Over some food, some bratwurst and some hot dogs. There you go. Frankfurters, as they say. All right. And finally, let’s end on this. My man, Kenny Woo Woo with a shout out, talking about the Martingale. He wants to know, how do we feel about Maxi Nightingale? Kenny Woo Woo. Right back where we started from, baby. There it is go old school movie there, Base Winner. Slap shot, theme song.

Mark Borchard:

Wow. Only you could have understood what that guy was saying, because I had no idea what the guy was saying.

TC:

Scott, come on. Maxi Nightingale. You know what I’m talking about?

Scott Spreitzer:

Well, I was just going to say, draw penalty, sit in box. Feel shame.

TC:

Base winners going, “I don’t recall this in my geometry class. I don’t recall this in my science class.”

Mark Borchard:

I was doing more geometry than watching movies, obviously, in high school.

TC:

Base winner. We got to get you back to the discotheque, okay. With Maxine Nightingales. There you go. Angel flights for base winner. There you go.

TC:

All right guys, best bets today. Let’s get to it. Bring them up here and let’s start the weekend off with some winners. Scott’s going with the Orioles today. Minus 125 against the Halos. I’m going to Yankees today. Cortes against SeaBold, Base Winner is on two games. He’s taken Tampa Bay minus 175 on the road with Shane McClanahan and the Philadelphia Phillies minus 122 today against the St. Louis Cardinals. So guys, I like all these best bets. I really do. Hopefully we come back and we sweep the board here. That would be very, very nice. All right. Looking forward to a great baseball weekend. Everybody enjoy. Remember to like and subscribe to the show, the MLB show, and the channel Bet US TV. All the great shows here and also follow us individually on Twitter. You get some good content there. Of course, at Bet US TV on the Twitter handle as well too. Again, like, subscribe to the show, click that bell there on your screen. That way you get the notifications when we go live. Hey, it’s can’t miss handicapping here Monday through Friday at 12 noon Eastern.

TC:

All right. Always fun with you guys. Appreciate you. Scott, enjoy the weekend my friend. Have a good one. Eat well. I know you and I will be texting back and forth about some baseball and some food. Base winner, enjoy yourself there too. Please try not to get in any domestic arguments with your wife, especially if games go extra innings.

Mark Borchard:

What does Scott say? You take out the frustration you got in your house and then you smile on air. That was classic.

TC:

Got a lot of classic ones today. There you go. All right guys. Have a great weekend. We enjoy everyone for joining us here. We’ll see you again Monday at 12 noon for Scott Spreitzer and the Base Winner, Mark Borchard. TC Martin saying, so long, enjoy. And we’ll see you Monday on MLB TV.

 

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