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Sunday ND/FSU + MLB Offers

Big E, Bobby Dalton, and Maximum have picks for the big Notre Dame/Florida State game Sunday night!

Big E had a 10* Biggie winner on Saturday and he went 9-2 in the NFL Preseason!

Maximum Sports won 2/3 on Saturday as well.

Nelly’s had tough 1-2 record in our 2/3 offer, our Under play was a clear win including a 0-0 score at halftime. We had 14-point leads in our two side plays but wound up with rough finishes. We’ll expect to get back on track in Week 2 looking to back up the great results from a 62.5% 2020-21 season.

The Green Sheet had a solid first Saturday with Key Selections going 4-2, including a win on the highest rating.

Green Sheet Issue #9 for NFL Week 1 should be out on Wednesday – Our Preseason Annual can be found HERE:

Bobby Dalton is 45-25 in 7star MLB Picks and he has a 7star for Sunday!
Dalton also has a pick for tonight’s Football game!

Free Pick Sunday: OVER 9 Detroit Tigers (Mize) at Cincinnati Reds (Castillo) 12:10 PM CT

Casey Mize has produced a solid season line in 25 starts for his first full big-league season. He is 7-7 with a 3.59 ERA. The 2018 #1 draft pick has just a 6.9 K/9 and he has allowed 23 home runs for some concerning red flags while his 4.94 FIP is looks more representative of where his results should be. He has been on a solid run of results since the All-star break but he has also faced losing teams in seven of his last nine starts. Making his first ever start in a ballpark known for being favorable for offense and home runs could be a challenge. Luis Castillo has seen his strikeout rate fall considerably this season in a 7-14 campaign for the former Cincinnati ace. Castillo has made four quality starts in a row since a terrible early August start vs. Cleveland but he can’t be counted on for a dominant outing and he is allowing nearly a hit per inning this season while also having an elevated walk rate. Over the past 10 games the Tigers have scored 4.6 runs per nine vs. right-handed pitching while Cincinnati has scored 5.0 runs per nine vs. right-handed pitching as this should be a good pairing for both lineups. The bullpen has been an issue for both teams all season long and after 31 runs in the first two games of this series Sunday’s game is not likely to change course.