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Off surprising diamond losses on the BoSox and Atlanta, Stryker looks to crank things up a notch on Wednesday with a pair of diamond investments including his 62-29 MLB Division Smash of the Month. Go get this one.
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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 09, 2014
Oakland A's vs. San Francisco Giants
San Francisco Giants
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Off six consecutive home wins, fading Oakland won't be easy. However, at this attractive price and with the Giants now a game back behind the Dodgers in the NL West standings, San Francisco is definitely worth a look.

In order to cool off the A's, the Giants will hand the pill to veteran right-hander Matt Cain. After a pair of poor outings against the White Sox and Padres, Cain has pitched well in his last two starts against the Reds and Padres allowing only two earned runs and 13 hits in 13.1 innings. Even though Matt doesn't have the record to show (1-3 SU), his efforts inside AT&T Park are certainly noteworthy. At home, Cain has allowed only 17 earned runs and 29 hits in 41.0 frames. That translates into a stellar 3.37 ERA.

Making his Oakland debut will be former Chicago Cubs pitcher Jason Hammel. While with my beloved Cubbies, Hammel manufactured a solid 8-5 mark and a 2.98 in 17 starts for the Northsider's. Jason's last three trips to the bump were strong too. Facing the Nats (twice) and the Pirates, Hammel was nicked for six earned runs and 16 hits in 19.1 innings. That resulted in a 2-1 mark and a reliable 2.79 ERA.

With both pitchers strong, the trends in this contest provide the advantage. San Francisco has won 26 of its last 34 as an interleague host facing a right-handed starter and 37 of its last 53 in its own backyard battling an American League foe. Meanwhile, Oakland has slipped in 41 of its last 58 as an interleague guest battling an opponent that owns a won/loss percentage greater than .500.

The Athletics have struggled on this field dropping 12 of their last 14. With the Giants looking up at the Dodgers in the division standings now, the home team will play this game with a sense of urgency. Take San Francisco with Cain. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 09, 2014
Atlanta Braves vs. New York Mets
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Off three consecutive losses and now tied with the Nationals for first place in the NL East, Atlanta will get after New York with everything they've got on Wednesday night.

In order to right the ship, the Braves will hand the pearl to veteran right-hander Ervin Santana. Since getting blasted at Colorado back on June 12th, Santana has pitched extremely well in his last four starts. Facing the Diamondbacks, Phillies (twice) and Nationals, Ervin was touched for only 10 earned runs and 27 hits in 26.0 innings of work. That equates to a 2-2 record and a strong 3.46 ERA. The road has been kind to Santana too. On foreign soil, ES has allowed only 24 earned runs and 57 hits through 56.0 frames. After the math, that adds up to a 3-3 mark and a decent 3.86 ERA.

Toeing the rubber for the Mets will be righty Dillon Gee. This will be Gee's first start since May 10th. Dillon went on the DL back on May 14th with a strained right lat and his pitches will be limited tonight. Before the injury, Gee had showed some weakness when pitching under the lights. At night, Dillon was cracked for nine earned runs and 19 hits in just 17.2 innings. That equates to an 0-1 mark and a soft 4.58 ERA.

Hotlanta has favorable technical support riding in this contest too. The Braves have won nine of their last 12 as chalk, seven of their last nine in division play and nine of their last 12 facing a sub .500 foe. On the flip side, the Mets have dropped 62 of their last 91 as a home dog and 53 of their last 78 at home facing a greater than .500 foe.

New York has lost its last four at home in this series with Gee on the mound. With the top spot in the division on the line, the Braves will kick it into high gear and pick up the win. Take Atlanta with Santana. Thank you and best of luck, Tom Stryker.


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