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    Finn dropped his Monday Night Baseball Hi-Roller backing the Tigers at Minute Maid Park, a game that ended with Houston winning 1-0 over Detroit. But Finn sports 3-1 (75%), 5-2 (71%) and 59-36 (63%) Major League Baseball runs and has isolated a game from the Junior Circuit tonight that offers over-the-top favor to one side and at a plus-money price. Join Tony on the diamond for this AMERICAN LEAGUE GAME OF THE WEEK just $12

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TUE NITE AL GAME OF THE WEEK (3-1 RUN)

3-1 (75%), 5-2 (71%) & 59-36 (63%) MLB runs TESTED with Finn's AL Game of the Week tonight.

Coming off an easy 10-1 victory on Friday night by the Arizona Cardinals, a 9-3 win by Detroit Tigers on Saturday and a 12-3 easy money maker on the Boston Red Sox on Sunday -- join me for my fouth winner in the last five releases (games).

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  • SportGame SelectionGame Time
    NFL(471) Indianapolis Colts at (472) Los Angeles Rams4:05pm EDT - Sep 10/2017
    THE PLAY: Indianapolis Colts -3.0 (-113)

    The 2017 season opener in the Colts (-3, 48) vs. Rams matchup kicks off the campaign with a backdrop of Los Angeles glitz. The Rams will have a shiny new look on the sidelines under the guidance of a first-year head coach and the likelihood of starting the franchise’s prized signal caller, Jared Goff, from begging to end in 2017. The Sunday afternoon Week #1 event will feature a battle between experience and youth. In a league driven by quarterback play veteran signal-caller Andrew Luck takes his experience to Hollywood to square off against the Rams new coaching staff and second-year field general, Goff.

    Under new front office leadership the Colts made a number of offseason moves. General manager Ryan Grigson is out and former Kansas City Director of Player Personnel Chris Ballard is in. The Los Angeles brain trusts let go of longtime head coach Jeff Fisher, replacing him with Sean McVay, the former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator.

     

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    2017 NFL Week #1 Preview and Prediction – Colts vs Rams – provided by Tony Finn

    Indianapolis Colts
    The Indianapolis Colts began their 2016-17 season, a year ago last January, by firing six of the clubs coaching staff. The organization fired their Defensive Coordinator Greg Manusky, Safeties Coach Roy Anderson, Secondary Coach Mike Gillhamer, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach Roger Marandino, Tight Ends Coach Alfredo Roberts and Running Backs Coach Charlie Williams.  It began the fourth season under the trio of head coach Chuck Pagano, general manager Ryan Grigson and quarterback Andrew Luck. The Colts entered the 2015 campaign as the defending AFC South champions after compiling an 11–5 record before falling to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. The result of the firings in the 216 offseason were the result of the Colts failures to improve from their 3 consecutive 11–5 records and finished 2015-16 with an 8–8 mark. It was the first time since 2011 and only the 4th time since 1998 that Indy had not qualified for the postseason schedule.

    Backing the Colts — giving or getting points the last two seasons — hasn’t been a profitable venture. Last year the team went 8-8 overall and depending on the particular sportsbook closing numbers the club went 8-8 against the spread, as well.

    Luck did all he could in 2016 to help his team win. Long gone was the pass-happy scheme of Bruce Arians and due to free agent losses, injuries and retirements the offensive coaching staff was forced to engineer a more balanced game-plan with the hope of keeping their undermanned defense off the field and to shorten games.

    Luck was forced to work behind an offensive line that lacked average league talent and do so with aging running back Frank Gore. Luck had just one game-breaker at his disposal, that being receiver T.Y. Hilton.

    The defense was the focus for the new front office this offseason, signing defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins and rush end Jabaal Sheard, while finding the muster to retain CB Darius Butler. The stop-unit did lose safety Mike Adams to the Carolina Panthers and Robert Mathis to retirement.

    The 2017 offseason by new GM Chris Ballard included a large number of upgrades to the offensive and defensive lines. Defensively the team added the aforementioned ex-New York Giants run stuffer Hankins.

    The Colts ranked 30th in the NFL in total defense in 2017. The Finn Factor ratings positioned Indy equally as porous against the pass (29th) as the run (30th).

    The front office did their dandiest to bring in defensive depth and they accomplished this by inking Sheard, Barkevious Mingo, Al Woods, Margus Hunt and Sean Spence via free agency. In the May draft they used a third, fourth and fifth round pick on defensive help selecting Tarell Basham, Grover Stewart and Anthony Walker, respectively. The club spent their first round draft pick on safety Malik Hooker, second round pick on cornerback Quincy Wilson and in the fifth round reached out for cover cornerback Nate Hairston adding capable bodies to the defensive secondary.

    Ballard massively overhauled the defense for the sole purpose of making a 2017 run at the AFC South title. Ballard held serve with former GM Ryan Grigson’s offensive line. Ballard was vocal before and after this spring’s draft that the current player personnel on the O-Line were not only getting a bad rap but showed significant improvement as the 2016 season wore on.

    Los Angeles Rams
    Goff doesn’t have the talent surrounding him to become a second-year quarterback-wonder. The offense has no true game breakers at the receiver positions making ground-gaining life difficult for running back Todd Gurley. While most NFL pundits lambasted Colts general manager Grigson a season ago it was the Los Angeles Rams offensive line that lacked competence. Rookie QB Goff had a large number of mental breakdowns and lapses in courage behind an offensive line that offered him little to no time to execute the game plan. Goff not only crumbled on most Sunday afternoons under the pressure of opposing defensive fronts his accuracy rating was the lowest of any quarterback in the league.

    At this time a year ago, during his rookie minicamp, Goff looked everything but comfortable. The Rams’ No. 1 overall pick scuffled with every important variable that makes an NFL leader successful. He didn’t understand the playbook verbiage and struggled with even the simplest parts of his job, moving the offense in and out of the huddle and managing the play clock.

    The Rams’ offense last year was nothing short of a disaster. The head coach and his staff at the time, Jeff Fisher, dummied down the playbook to the point that the unit was laughably predictable. The biggest hurdle that Goff had to overcome was the under-talented offensive line. In the latter stages of the season opposing defenses didn’t respect Goff and the passing game and focused on stacking the box and containing the dangerous legs of Todd Gurley.

    New head coach Sean McVay and the front office made offseason upgrades to the offensive line and have added depth to their receiving corps through free agency.. For most of last season, the Rams lined up with left tackle Greg Robinson, left guard Rodger Saffold, center Tim Barnes, with a rotation of Jamon Brown plus Cody Wichmann at right guard and right tackle was manned by Rob Havenstein. The average age of this group was less than 25-years-old. Experience wasn’t the unit’s strength.

    The 2017 offensive line, barring training camp injuries, projects out as newly signed Andrew Whitworth at left tackle, Saffold at left guard, former Vikings and Redskins’ John Sullivan at center, Havenstein at right guard and Robinson at right tackle. While there is reasonable optimism that Goff will operate behind a more experienced and talented group believing the winter changes are the cure for the maladies that Goff suffered through a season ago. is unrealistic.

    Week #1 Outlook:
    The strength of the Rams is their defense but the lack of offensive production puts the stop-unit in a large number of field position conundrums that the squad ultimately won’t be able to overcome, especially against quality offenses and experienced quarterbacks.  There is no doubt that Goff is talented and will grow in conjunction with the improvement of the team’s offensive line, but the new coaching staff is by all evidence mortgaging the 2017 season and will let Goff grow into the team leader role, slowly.  The new team of coaches and their overall plan won’t come to fruition in 2017, especially in Week #1.

    2017 NFL Week #1 Free Pick is a play on Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts (-3) minus the points.

     

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  • SportGame SelectionGame Time
    MLB(961) Minnesota Twins at (962) Baltimore Orioles7:05pm EDT - May 23/2017
    THE PLAY: Baltimore Orioles -134

    MLB Free Pick to Click: Twins at Orioles

    Minnesota vs. Baltimore tonight in the second game of this American League series is scheduled to see first pitch at 7:05 p.m. ET on Oriole Park Field at Camden Yards. The Twins send veteran right-hander Ervin Santana (6-2, 2.07 ERA) to the hill to oppose Orioles righty Dylan Bundy (5-2, 2.97).

    Free Pick to Click provided by Tony Finn

    Santana was thought to have a big advantage in his last start against the Colorado Rockies. It was a cold and dry night at Target Field and typically in conditions not hot and humid Santana is at this best mitigating his fly ball tendencies. Throw in the fact that Santana's start to the 2017 campaign had been ridiculously good. In his starts the Twins righty had avoided hard contact (25.9% and a 13.2% LD rate) and Colorado had not been nearly as offensive on the road ranking 23rd in all of baseball in the OPS department away from Coors Field.

    However, what goes up must come down, and this includes 35-plus year old pitchers that were well above their career averages in every important category. Santana had been spot-on with his command in the first month and a half of the campaign but that has escaped him over the last few starts. In his loss to the Rockies it was obvious that Santana didn't have his best command. Santana fell behind four of the five batters he faced in the opening frame and it was his demise, light's out, easy pickings for the Colorado lineup.

    Santana allowed five runs on six hits and four walks over seven innings in a 5-1 loss in the first game of a that doubleheader at Target Field. It was just the third time over his past 27 starts that Santana allowed at least five runs, causing his season ERA to go from 1.50 to 2.07. At issue was falling behind hitters, as he threw first-pitch strikes to only 10 of the batters he faced.

    Santana's career has been easily tracked. His success and his failures are all dependent on his command. Over his career opposing batters have hit .259/.365/.447 when he falls behind, 1-0, AND just .229/.273/.352 when he gets ahead, 1-0, in the count. Most teams known and understand how to defeat Santana and Baltimore's skipper is one of those individuals. Santana is a porous 4-5 with a 4.87 ERA in 15 career starts against Baltimore and has allowed three homers to Chris Davis.

    Baltimore starter Dylan Bundy who had gone at least six innings in each of his first eight starts and hadn’t allowed more than three runs in any of them, exited his last start after allowing a career-high six runs on eight hits over six innings against a capable and dangerous Detroit Tigers batting order.

    Bundy, who pitched one inning of scoreless relief in his lone career appearance against Minnesota, is 3-0 with a 2.05 ERA and 0.91 WHIP in four home starts this season and has a big advantage the first two to three times though the Twins lineup tonight... because he is a relative unknown to the Minnesota player personnel.

    Free Pick to Click is a play on the Baltimore Orioles (Bundy) -134
     

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Tony "Fish" Finn has been advising clients for over two decades and after nearly 22 years he continues to lead a group of both North American and World Sports specialists covering games and or matches from coast to coast. His team of consultants and sources form a global web are unmatched in World Wide events.

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  • May 21MLB4% – Boston Red Sox -119win
  • May 20MLB4% – Detroit Tigers -144win
  • May 19MLB4% – Arizona Diamondbacks -139win
  • May 18MLB4% – (913) Boston Red Sox at (914) Oakland Athletics Total Under 9.0 (-115)loss
  • May 17NBA4% – Cleveland Cavaliers -4.0 (-104)win
  • May 17MLB4% – Texas Rangers -126win
  • May 16MLB3% – Baltimore Orioles +105win
  • May 16MLB3% – Cleveland Indians -160loss
  • May 15MLB5% – (961) Oakland Athletics at (962) Seattle Mariners Total Under 8.0 (+103)loss
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  • May 14MLB3% – Baltimore Orioles -125loss
  • May 14MLB4% – Tampa Bay Rays +150win
  • May 13MLB4% – San Diego Padres -142loss
  • May 12MLB4% – Arizona Diamondbacks -135win
  • May 11MLB4% – (963) Minnesota Twins at (964) Chicago White Sox Total Under 8.5 (+104)loss
  • May 10NBA4% – Washington Wizards 4.5 (-108)loss
  • May 10MLB4% – New York Mets -122loss
  • May 10MLB4% – Philadelphia Phillies +105loss
  • May 09MLB4% – ***Texas Rangers -133win
Today's Plays
  • FINN: AL GAME OF THE WEEK (3-1/75%)

    Finn dropped his Monday Night Baseball Hi-Roller backing the Tigers at Minute Maid Park, a game that ended with Houston winning 1-0 over Detroit. But Finn sports 3-1 (75%), 5-2 (71%) and 59-36 (63%) Major League Baseball runs and has isolated a game from the Junior Circuit tonight that offers over-the-top favor to one side and at a plus-money price. Join Tony on the diamond for this AMERICAN LEAGUE GAME OF THE WEEK just $12

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    Looking for an edge for the upcoming college football season? Look no further than Tony Finn as he has winning records lifetime at WagerTalk in both NFL and College Football assisting his clients in gaining over +230% to their sportsbook bottom line. Finn invites you to take advantage of the special early bird College Football All-Season All-Access pricing today. Every campus gridiron football release, every day this fall and winter with this COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALL-SEASON ALL-ACCESS just $695.00

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  • NFL + COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALL-SEASON ALL-ACCESS

    Looking for an edge for the upcoming football season? Look no further than Tony Finn as he has winning records lifetime at WagerTalk in both NFL and College Football assisting his clients in gaining over +230% to their sportsbook bottom line. Finn invites you to take advantage of this NFL and College Football All-Season All-Access for just $895.00. Every football play, every day this fall and winter for less than $5 dollars per day. NFL + COLLEGE FOOTBALL ALL-SEASON ALL-ACCESS.

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Last 20 Picks
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  • May 22MLB4% – Detroit Tigers +123loss
  • May 21MLB4% – Boston Red Sox -119win
  • May 20MLB4% – Detroit Tigers -144win
  • May 19MLB4% – Arizona Diamondbacks -139win
  • May 18MLB4% – (913) Boston Red Sox at (914) Oakland Athletics Total Under 9.0 (-115)loss
  • May 17NBA4% – Cleveland Cavaliers -4.0 (-104)win
  • May 17MLB4% – Texas Rangers -126win
  • May 16MLB3% – Baltimore Orioles +105win
  • May 16MLB3% – Cleveland Indians -160loss
  • May 15MLB5% – (961) Oakland Athletics at (962) Seattle Mariners Total Under 8.0 (+103)loss
  • May 14NBA3% – (501) San Antonio Spurs at (502) Golden State Warriors Total Under 211.0 (-106)loss
  • May 14MLB3% – Baltimore Orioles -125loss
  • May 14MLB4% – Tampa Bay Rays +150win
  • May 13MLB4% – San Diego Padres -142loss
  • May 12MLB4% – Arizona Diamondbacks -135win
  • May 11MLB4% – (963) Minnesota Twins at (964) Chicago White Sox Total Under 8.5 (+104)loss
  • May 10NBA4% – Washington Wizards 4.5 (-108)loss
  • May 10MLB4% – New York Mets -122loss
  • May 10MLB4% – Philadelphia Phillies +105loss
  • May 09MLB4% – ***Texas Rangers -133win