elaboration on numbers ensures that i can risk 50% of my bet, on one of the two hometeams, who has not been swept at home in four and a half years. with the other $500.00, spread out in odds of pay-out, instead of small odds of redundant events. another 50% of that, my numbers translate to value, placing $250.00 on the turf game total runs scored, in one cy young battle, as going over. the turf numbers were the predominant numbers where the largest portion beats the bookie 61% of the time, and the number he uses setting the bet. still another $250 to wager on 3 potential weekend sunday home finale of a series games. 20% of what remains, a $50.00 bet is placed on the 2nd home team threatened with a sweep, against the odds. that bet could kill everything, as measured by the surety of my baseball numbers. it hit, as well, as did the 2 other $100.00 wagers on the pitching match-ups, also won by their respective hometown crowds. funny thing about baseball it that every game is a home game. betting all 5 events gave me more than three-fold return, instead of a 50/50 pay-out, betting them one at a time, at a 10% loss.
choosing ballplayers, look for what is big, and exploit it. batting avgs for both 1985 mvps at .350-ish. resembles a standard expected season from ichiro suzuki, year in, and year out. he has what it takes, and defense will never keep him out of the hall. comparing him with rickey will not get him to the hall. sportswriters will do that. get real. the hall has been controversial since inception. your foolish words here fails to portray anything related to the hall and ichiro