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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

September 1st, 2009 Picks

(skip to picks)2-0-0 today as I picked up wins with Barçelona and the L.A. Angels. Streak for the cash may be riddled with unforeseen upsets but today it was a good idea to go with the better teams. Tomorrow looks to be a little tougher than today was with games between cellar dwelling K.C. at Oakland but there it's probably a good idea to just go with the home team. Good luck and on to the picks!

No Henry, No Messi, No Problem For Ibra And Mates
FC Barçelona 3 - 0 Sporting Gijon
Barçelona was missing a number of key players, but then so were Sporting Gijon. The Nou Camp visitors started 5 off-season signings.
``Keita, Bojan and Maxwell all started in a new-look Barcelona side, as Thierry Henry and Yaya Toure were left on the bench and Rafa Marquez and Andres Iniesta - on their way back from injury - watched on from the stands, along with new signing Dmitro Chygrynsky. Sporting came into this game with five players missing through injury and coach Manuel Preciado opted to field all five summer signings from the start. It was proving something of a frustrating evening for [Ibrahimovic], but he finally got his reward eight minutes from time when he was left all alone to finish with ease at the back post after Sporting had once again failed to deal with a Barca corner. The Barca striker looked to be in an offside position, but he will hardly care now that he is off the mark for his new club."
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Guerrero, Angels Still Have That Scoring Touch
Los Angeles Angels 10 - 0 Seattle Mariners
The Angels were something like 4-7 lately so one had to assume they'd put together a winning streak of some sort. A one game streak is good enough for me.
``Vladimir Guerrero hit two home runs, one a monster shot into the upper deck, teammate Juan Rivera added a three-run homer and the Los Angeles Angels reminded the Seattle Mariners who rules the AL West with a 10-0 runaway victory on Monday night. In the meantime, the results were predictable against Joe Saunders. He improved to 3-0 with a 0.43 ERA in three starts against Seattle this season. Saunders (11-7) allowed the AL's lowest-scoring team just three hits over seven innings in his second start following a three-week hiatus for shoulder inflammation. The only Mariner to reach second on anything other than a walk was Josh Wilson. The fill-in third baseman doubled in the sixth off Saunders. French allowed a season-high seven runs and 10 hits in five innings. It was his sixth and by far worst start since French joined Seattle in the Jarrod Washburn trade a month ago."
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1) Jarkko Nieminen vs. Fabio Fognini - Nieminen
2) Dinara Safina vs. Olivia Rogowska - 16 games or fewer played
3) Derry City (v. Galway United) vs. Bohemians Dublin (@ Sligo Rovers) - Bohemians larger margin of victory
4) Who Will Score First: Toronto Blue Jays @ Texas Rangers - Toronto scores first
5) Tszvetana Pironkova vs. Maria Sharapova - Sharapova loses 6 games or fewer
6) Boston Red Sox @ Tampa Bay Rays - Tampa Bay
7) Atlanta Braves @ Florida Marlins - Atlanta
8) Phoenix Mercury @ Detroit Shock - Detroit
9) Connecticut Sun @ Sacramento Monarchs - Connecticut
10) Kansas City Royals @ Oakland Athletics - Oakland
11) Manny Ramirez's Second Plate Appearance: Hit Or Walk vs. Any Other Result - Any other result

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