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Early Ice Action + MLB + Free Pick

Bobby Dalton has a huge 4-1 day on the ice Saturday and he has won 60% of his 10* picks this season.

Get a 10* BEST BET for EARLY NHL action in Sunday’s TV game!

Bobby Dalton will also have MLB and an additional Hockey update Sunday. He won Saturday’s MLB Trips-2-Win offer including a 10* as well!

Nelly’s won in the NBA last night to build on a huge over 60% regular season in pro hoops.
We have a rated side play in MLB action Sunday. After our Saturday pick was postponed, we’ve hit two of the past three in MLB action.

FREE PICK SATURDAY 915/916 OVER 7.5 Tampa Bay Rays (Kittredge) at New York Yankees (Cole) 12:05 PM CT

Tampa Bay has allowed 79 runs already this season, currently the most surrendered in the American League in a significant departure from last season’s success. The Rays are 4-1 vs. the Yankees to build on last season’s dominance in the series but this year the offense is doing the work with 32 runs scored in five games vs. New York. Gerrit Cole being on the mound keeps this number extremely low but Tampa Bay faced Cole three times in the regular season last year and the Yankees ace never won, allowing nine runs in those three starts while clearing five innings just once. Cole did beat Tampa Bay in Game 1 of the ALDS in a 9-3 result but he allowed two home runs in that game. Tampa Bay would win the decisive Game 5 in which Cole started as the team has plenty of experience and past success against him. Andrew Kittredge is the opener for the Rays Sunday and he won’t be asked to get more than a few outs in this game. It would normally be Ryan Yarbrough’s turn in the rotation but after back-to-back terrible outings in a starting role, Tampa Bay will likely aim to insert Yarbrough an inning or two into the game. The 5-9 Yankees haven’t hit up to expectations this season but New York has significantly stronger numbers vs. left-handers in the small early season sample. New York had just one hit with runners in scoring position in yesterday’s loss and Tampa Bay needed four key relievers to throw yesterday as the options won’t be ideal on Sunday. New York also used significant outings from Justin Wilson and Jonathan Loaisiga on Saturday. Both lineups have strong walk rates and serious home run potential even if sitting short of expectations so far this season. The weather has been cool in many early season games but a pleasant Sunday afternoon game is ahead and a wind of around 10 MPH is expected to be heading out towards center field for this game. The ‘over’ is 11-4 in Tampa Bay games this season and while Cole is an elite starter, the ‘over’ has hit in five of his last eight starts and his career ERA vs. the Rays is 4.07.