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Free Online Baseball Handicapping Notes - By Doc's Sports
Kansas City at Cleveland (July 23,24,25)
The Royals are in a sorry state as August approaches (5.02 team E.R.A., .255 BA, which amounts to dead last in the American League). They posses a 12-31 road record, which makes them unusable as any type of play. Kansas City traded away there best player in Carlos Beltran, and would like to dump more of their veterans in order to stockpile young minor league talent. Last year was a fluke when this team finished near .500 and we don't expect that to happen again any time soon. The Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins should dominate the division.
The Indians continue to hover near the .500 mark and we welcome the opportunity to take them especially here at Jacobs Field. Cleveland is scoring more than five runs per game and they will be one of the few teams to watch as the pennant race heats up. The Indians did a superb job of rebuilding once the 2001 season ended. They traded away all of there high priced veterans except for SS Omar Vizquel and have great young talent in Casey Blake and Travis Hafner. This is a team that if kept together could be a contender for years to come.
We will take the Tribe in all three games and expect them to show a healthy profit. Most games come down to who has the better players and when Cleveland and Kansas City square off there is a decided advantage favoring the Tribe.
St. Louis at Cincinnati (July 26,27,28)
The Cardinals are rolling at nearly thirty games over .500 this season. The posses the best record in baseball and have won eight of the ten games played against Cincinnati this season. We expect nothing but the same as this series resumes along the Ohio River.
Cincinnati's pitching is finally catching up to them. Their bullpen is overworked and their starters seldom ever see the sixth inning. This is a recipe for disaster as the season winds on. Counter this with Ken Griffey Jr. out of the line-up and that points directly to a pounding that will be handed out by the Cardinals.
St. Louis has the best road record in baseball (31-16) and we think the Reds will be hard pressed to finish the season above .500. Play the Cards in all three games and watch your pocketbook grow.
Last week's record on series write-ups 5-3
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