SCOTT SPREITZER’S FREE MLB MONDAY (7/17/17)

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FREE MLB MONDAY: 909 CUBS (LESTER/TEHERAN) 7:35 PM EDT
I’m backing the Chicago Cubs on Monday with Lester over Teheran. The Cubs caught fire over the weekend with a sweep of the Orioles. We said on our Friday ESPN radio show that we felt the Cubs had a great shot to finally bust loose at the plate and they did. I expect the runs to continue to pile-up against Julio Teheran, who has struggled at the Braves’ new “digs” in 2017. Atlanta is on a 1-7 slide in his home starts and Teheran has been smashed for a 7.58 ERA, 1.64 WHIP, and .298 BAA, with a horrible 2.52 HR’s per 9 IP ratio. Teheran simply serves up too many flyballs to be successful in this venue. That’s scary news for the home team facing a Cubs’ team that has seemingly found their bats.

Jon Lester struggled in his last two starts before the break, but we expect the veteran hurler to put it behind him tonight. Lester has owned the Braves over the last few seasons and he had allowed just 7 earned runs and 23 base runners in his previous four starts, spanning 26 innings, before the two-game skid. The Cubs have won 22 of Lester’s last 27 starts against teams with a losing record and the Braves have won just 6 of Teheran’s last 27 starts at home (SunTrust & Turner). We’re backing the Cubs on Monday. Thanks & GL! Scott Spreitzer.

FREE NFL WEEK-1: 464 TITANS +1.5 OVER OAKLAND
I’m recommending a play on the Tennessee Titans (+1.5) in their week-one tilt with Oakland. The Raiders are once again one of the hottest tickets in Las Vegas sports books and those who’re backing the Silver & Black will have to pay for it. Tennessee is one of the teams on our most improved list this season and we have them power rated a couple points better than Oakland at Nissan Stadium.

Tennessee won eight of their final 12 games last season, including wins over the Broncos, Chiefs, and Packers and they’ve suffered 11 defeats by eight points or less over the last two seasons, coming close to a postseason berth with last year’s 9-7 SU mark. The offensive line has been bolstered in the off-season, while the defense gains needed talent and experience in the secondary with Logan Ryan and Johnathan Cyprien signing on.

Offensively, QB Marcus Mariota already owned protection and a decent ground game and the WR corps just got more diverse and deeper with the selection of Corey Davis with the 5th pick in the 2017 draft. Oakland is a squad that could challenge in the AFC this season, but we feel they’re overvalued from a betting standpoint and we’ll back the Titans in week-one. Thanks & GL! – Scott Spreitzer.

SCOTT SPREITZER IS THE VEGAS BETTING VOICE ON ESPN’S DARI & MEL SHOW, heard nationally every Saturday during the football season! Scott joins Dari Nowkhah & Mel Kiper, Saturday’s at 8:45 AM ET!

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL NOTE:
We finished with a 139-95 COLLEGE BASKETBALL winning season! I just want to wish all who jumped on board this season, or came back from season’s past a heartfelt thank you for joining us again. We had a terrific campaign, cashing almost 60% of our CBB plays from opening day in November through the championship game!

NFL NOTE:
We finished 20-8, 71% the LAST 6+ WEEKS OF THE NFL for Scottwins clients! And we’ll head into next season off another winning gridiron season, overall!

NBA finished on a 116-93 winning run after finishing the season with the winner in Monday’s Game 5 and completing the winning play on Golden State (-250) in the series. Thanks to those who jumped on board for the pro hardwood season!

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