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    I’m backing the LA Angels on Tuesday. We played on the Brewers last night and cashed, basically a play going against Jered Weaver. But tonight we’ll go against the Milwaukee starting pitcher. The Brewers have called-up Junior Guerra to take the place of Taylor Jungmann, who has been sent down. Guerra is 31 years old, but has just three major league appearances under his belt, all three coming out of the pen. He didn’t fare well, posting a 6.75 ERA and 2.00 WHIP in those appearances.

    Guerra, a right-hander, and a veteran of Italian, Venezuelan, and Mexican baseball leagues, (among others), was nothing special in four starts at Colorado Springs this April, posting a 4.63 ERA. He’ll face a lineup led by the red-hot bats of Mike Trout and Albert Pujols.

    The Angels will counter with Nick Tropeano, who has allowed just five earned runs in 21 1/3 IP. We expect to see the pens in this one and we have the Angels and their 10th ranked bullpen ERA, while going against the Brewers’ pen, ranked 25th in the league with a 4.64 ERA. Milwaukee has won just five of their last 17 against AL right-handers. Meanwhile, the Angels are on a 26-7 run against NL teams that allow at least 4.8 rpg. LAA has averaged 6.3 rpg in those 33 contests. I’m backing the Angels on Tuesday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

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Meet Scott Spreitzer

Scott Spreitzer grew up in a horse racing family. Scott’s Uncle, Robert Mundorf was Jockey of the Year at several tracks throughout the 1960′s. Besides having a jockey in the family, Scott was also surrounded from birth by trainers and starters. “Growing up around relatives who were all about winning to make a living, showed me the type of attitude, desire, and work ethic it takes to get the job done, year-after-year. You want to eat? You better know how to win.” … Read More