As the NHL & NBA playoffs overlap with the MLB season, Bobby Dalton has been posting ALL SPORTS Trips-2-Win offers the past week with a pick in each sport in a Trips-2-Win 2/3 guarantee. He has gone 14-7 in those picks with FOUR 3-0 nights including last night!
Join him for just $19 for three picks for Tuesday’s schedule or play NHL, NBA, or MLB offers individually as Dalton looks to build on big recent runs. He is on an 11-4 MLB run, a 5-1 run in NHL totals, while going 6-1 so far in June NBA!
Nelly’s has won five of our last seven in the NBA Playoffs and we’ll possibly have a rated pick for Tuesday.
We do have a $10 Tuesday baseball offer tonight – pay after you win!
Nelly’s GREEN SHEET ISSUE #3 should be posted later this week!
FREE PICK TUESDAY: #976 Texas Rangers (Lyles) +125 over San Francisco Giants (Wood) 7:05 PM CT
Alex Wood looked like a great pick-up for the Giants in the first month of the season but after a dazzling run he has hit a wall in his past two starts, allowing 11 runs in fewer than 10 innings of work. Wood has lost his past three starts and there are some big red flags in his numbers. In 2019 and 2020 his groundball rate was below 40 percent, this year in a small sample of just over 51 innings his groundball rate is 56 percent, or in other words the best of any NL starter. These teams have contrasting records but the Rangers have been a capable team at home and Texas is 13-10 vs. left-handed starters. Jordan Lyles has pitched much better than it looks as his xFIP is more than a run lower than his ERA and he has allowed three or fewer runs in nine different starts this season. These teams met in May for two games with a pair of narrow low-scoring wins for the Giants, who were similarly priced at home as they will be in Arlington tonight with Wood on the mound. San Francisco is batting just .229 vs. right-handers on the season for lesser results as this pitching matchup plays to the strengths in the Texas lineup. Lopsided action will likely be on the road favorite given the overall and recent records for these groups but something looks amiss as the Rangers are worthy of consideration.