Spain vs. Portugal Odds Euro ’12; Wimbledon Round 2 Odds; MLB Picks

Senior Handicapper Matt Rivers of OffshoreInsiders.com has a free pick on the Atlanta Braves (-128) over Arizona.

Reasoning: Tommy Hanson has underachieved so far in his young career but this kid at some point is going to break out and show that Cy Young potential. I have been watching the righty for a while now and love what the guy brings to the table.

Trevor Cahill had a great season a couple of years ago with the A’s and was pitching very well before that last start in Seattle. But the righty is not the epitome of consistent and to get the superior Braves here at Turner Field at this cheap price is a semi must play.

The Diamondbacks are not terrible at all and should stay in the race for the NL West title. But their offense is never the same outside of the desert and in the end to get Hanson with a very capable offense led by McCann, Bourne, Uggla and a few others plus one of the best bullpens in the game with Erik O’Flaherty, Jonny Venters and Craig Kimbrel makes this price scream cheap.

Top expert pick on this game: Atlanta

Rivers today says: I don’t even know what to say anymore, truly. 21 of 28 and I am mainly an underdog player so it’s not like I’m padding these numbers just trying to win like the shysters at some other places do. I win every day and did it again last night with the monster 400,000* Angels minus 1 ½ runs plus about 120. I literally called a 6-2 final with Pujols hitting a Home Run and it turned out to be 7-3 with Pujols hitting a Home Run. Can you say locked in? It’s just another one of my monster patented runs and I’m not close to being satisfied just yet. 

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Here are odds for Wednesday Wimbledon matches.

M. Russell +6 -104 +354 Over 36.5 -101
J. Benneteau -6 -108 -410 Under 36.5 -111
       
F. Verdasco -5.5 -103 -440 Over 37 -116
G. Zemlja +5.5 -109 +377 Under 37 +103
       
R. Sweeting +7.5 +117 +1400 Over 31 -101
J. Tipsarevic -7.5 -132 -2500 Under 31 -111
       
B. Becker +4.5 +112 +245 Over 39 +105
R. Stepanek -4.5 -126 -277 Under 39 -118
       
R. Bemelmans +7.5 -125 +975 Over 32.5 +100
R. Gasquet -7.5 +111 -1400 Under 32.5 -112
       
M. Youzhny -9 -108 -2500 Over 28.5 -104
I. Cervantes +9 -104 +1400 Under 28.5 -108
       
N. Djokovic -8.5 -123 -9000 Over 29 +100
R. Harrison +8.5 +109 +3000 Under 29 -112
       
V. Troicki -6.5 -116 -525 Over 34.5 -107
M. Klizan +6.5 +103 +442 Under 34.5 -105
       
J. Chardy +2 +101 +140 Over 41.5 -103
J. Monaco -2 -114 -155 Under 41.5 -109
       
F. Mayer -2 -110 -160 Over 41 -107
P. Petzschner +2 -102 +144 Under 41 -105
       
J. Janowicz +2.5 -107 +136 Over 40 -106
E. Gulbis -2.5 -105 -150 Under 40 -106
       
R. Federer -9 -107 -12000 Over 28.5 -102
F. Fognini +9 -105 +4000 Under 28.5 -110
       
X. Malisse +1.5 -124 +104 Over 41.5 -117
G. Simon -1.5 +110 -115 Under 41.5 +104
       
I. Andreev +5.5 -115 +292 Over 37.5 -107
D. Istomin -5.5 +102 -333 Under 37.5 -105

Now to the lady’s side:

M. Sharapova -6.5 -110 -2000 Over 18 +101
T. Pironkova +6.5 -102 +1200 Under 18 -114
B. Jovanovski +5 +104 +358 Over 19.5 -107
S. Lisicki -5 -117 -416 Under 19.5 -105
A. Radwanska -5.5 +112 -450 Over 19.5 -109
E. Vesnina +5.5 -126 +385 Under 19.5 -103
A. Tatishvili +3 -105 +160 Over 21 -112
C. Giorgi -3 -107 -178 Under 21 +100
N. Li -6.5 +106 -775 Over 18.5 -103
S. Cirstea +6.5 -119 +621 Under 18.5 -109
A. Rus +6 -120 +613 Over 19 +101
S. Stosur -6 +107 -763 Under 19 -114
S-W. Hsieh -4 -118 -265 Over 20.5 -101
S. Foretz Gacon +4 +105 +235 Under 20.5 -111
P. Cetkovska -2.5 -108 -152 Over 21 -103
S. Stephens +2.5 -104 +137 Under 21 -109
A. Hlavackova +6 +105 +568 Over 18.5 -102
K. Clijsters -6 -118 -698 Under 18.5 -110
E. Makarova +4.5 +101 +269 Over 20 -110
A. Kerber -4.5 -114 -306 Under 20 -102
H. Watson -4 -102 -230 Over 20.5 -104
J. Hampton +4 -110 +205 Under 20.5 -108
N. Petrova -6 +109 -728 Over 19 +106
T. Babos +6 -123 +589 Under 19 -119
L. Dominguez Lino +4.5 -114 +250 Over 20.5 +100
M. Kirilenko -4.5 +101 -283 Under 20.5 -112
S. Peng -4 -105 -225 Over 20.5 -110
A. Morita +4 -107 +201 Under 20.5 -102

Finally to Euro 2012

Spain -0.5 -103 -103 Over 2 +104
Portugal +0.5 -102 +371 Under 2 -112
Draw   +234  

 

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Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy got his start in the sports handicapping industry with the Dial Sports (Communications Team) audiotext network. It was owned by sportswriter, broadcaster and handicapping pioneer Mickey Charles. Dial Sports was the sister company of the popular Sports Network Wire Service. Upon graduating California University of PA, where he was a play-by-play announcer on student radio station WVCS (now WCAL) and cable channel 29 (now CUTV), he became a full-time sports announcer and handicapper for the Sportsline scorephone network. He learned from NFL legends coach Hank Stram and broadcasting icon Ray Scott the ins and outs of the sports betting world. His Amazing Cadillac Club became the most successful 900-number in sports betting history. He left to become the first General Manager of the Freescoreboard scorephone network broadcast all over North America. His articles have appeared on several dozen websites and hard copy publications. He is now CEO of OffshoreInsiders.com, the top sports betting site in the world. Email: contact@joeduffy.net

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