September still has meaningful games as the shift to Bet Baseball looks towards the postseason. Happy to see one and all here again at So Cal Sportsbook. We have both California teams as well as others in the hunt for those coveted slots. Cubs have got a hammer lock with the Rangers also appearing to coast on in. The others have a little bit of work as in the Dodgers to a full fledge sprint to the finish in the AL East. So let us see who the teams and why are the fades and embraces for this last month of the season here at So Cal.
Bet Baseball : Nick of Time
Some teams have gotten key players back just in the nick of time. This would be the Dodgers and the Mets. New York was dead in the water and then Cespedes came back. With their offense finally producing, this team can repeat their World Series appearance if they can maintain their momentum. LAD got Kershaw back. They rallied without him but he is the key to their post season aspirations. Do not bet his regular season games as they are too chalky for what they are. He is here to knock off the rust so that he can deal in the post season.
This is where three teams are clumped together and in theory still have chances. However, one of them is walking dead. Baltimore does not have the starting pitching to make it down the stretch let alone do any damage in the post season. Toronto is more viable in that regard with Happ leading the way in the pitching staff. They even have some post season experience so look for them to lock up one of the Wild Cards at the very least. Boston has all the pieces. The colder weather should help their erratic ace David Price. His fastball stings off of cold bats and the fly balls lose some of their distance. This is a team that could very well bring you bountiful profit from now until all the way past October.
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