Tough to buck the Seattle Mariners’ red hot lineup, which just shredded the Boston pitching staff for 34 runs over the past four days. Seattle’s bats scored at least six runs in every game en-route to winning three of four and currently lead the American League with a .904 OPS.

Event: (923) Los Angeles Angels at (924) Seattle Mariners
Sport/League: MLB
Date/Time: April 1, 2019 10PM EDT
Play: Total Over 8.5 (-115)

While Seattle’s offense is clicking, not in any rush to back veteran right hander Felix Hernandez in his first start. The 34 year old is capable of periodically registering a quality effort but attempting to guess when those may come this season isn’t recommended. Los Angeles slammed Hernandez last season piling up 13 hits, 6 walks and 12 ER in just 8 1/3 innings. “King” Felix went 0-2 in that pair of starts and limped out with a 2.28 WHIP and 12.96 ERA. With the M’s bats raking right now and LA having great recent success versus Hernandez, the lean here will be toward the “over” 8.5 runs. Home plate umpire won’t be known until later this evening but still inclined to side with the fundamentals which indicate a 5-4 ticket cashing final isn’t too much to ask for.

Recommendation: OVER 8.5 (-115)

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Rob Veno has been entrenched in the sports handicapping community for 24 years and he’s been with Sportsmemo since its inception as a daily radio show in 1998. His 20* Bluechip releases have become synonymous with success and he’s carved a place for himself among the nation’s elite handicappers. Rob’s fundamental analysis of football, basketball and baseball on the college and pro levels has him regarded as one of the best in the business at breaking down games.Rob began to make an imprint on the Las Vegas scene in the mid-1990’s with his weekly football and basketball newsletter which contained game selections and analysis. Las Vegas’ Gambler’s Book Club along with sportsbooks on and off the strip carried the publication which expanded his recognition. He was subsequently invited into Las Vegas’ most prestigious handicapping contests of that time, the Stardust Invitational in 1996 and 2004 and the Sunset Station Invitational in 2000.A veteran of sports handicapping radio, Rob began in 1992 by co-hosting a weekly Friday night show at 840 AM KVEG. He went on to do numerous live shows as a guest analyst from casino sportsbooks across the Las Vegas valley working with a litany of respected hosts and the most recognized handicappers in the business. Rob finally settled in as one of the mainstays on the daily Vegas Sportswire betting show which ultimately became the famed Sportsmemo Radio Show and now Podcast. His expertise has been heard on radio stations across the country over the years as he’s done a multitude of guest analyst segments.Rob is a Connecticut native and after spending 11 years in Las Vegas from 1991-2002 he now resides outside of Philadelphia with his wife.

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