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Larry has set several records in many sports since coming here, but his MLB program is what has set him apart. Make sure you're there for the first pitch of the season, all the way until the final out of the World Series! 


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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 22, 2019
Yankees vs Twins
-114 at 5Dimes
Play Type: Top Premium

My 10* Game of the Month (AL) is on the NY Yankees at 8:10 ET.

The New York Yankees and Minnesota Twins are both atop their respective divisions as the two teams get set to open a three-game series at Target Field on Monday. Back on the morning of June 15, the Yankees were 41-27, a half-game back of the TB Rays in the AL East. However, as of this morning, New York is 63-34, NINE games up on Tampa Bay, with the defending champion Red Sox trailing the Yankees by 11 games. Meanwhile, the Twins were 46-22 on the morning of June 15, 11 games up on the Indians in the AL Central. However, Minnesota woke up this morning at 60-38, just a mere THREE games ahead of the Indians. The Yankees, despite all their injuries, have overcome an 8-10 start to 2019 by going a MLB-best 55-24 (.696) since that slow start. The Twins have been atop the AL Central most of the season but a 14-16 record over their last 30 games (while the Indians have gone 22-8), has them in a tight race.

In a battle of lefties, CC Sabathia (5-4, 4.06 ERA) gets the call for New York, while Martin Perez (8-3, 4.10 ERA) goes for the Twins. Sabathia announced before the season that 2019 would be the final one of his 19-year major league career. It has hardly been a 'breeze' for CC in 2019, especially on the road. While he owns a 4-1 record with a 2.60 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and .214 batting average at home (team is 7-1), Sabathia is 1-3 with a 5.84 ERA, 1.54 WHIP and has allowed the opposition to hit .295 (Yanks are 2-5). However, I will close with some very STRONG reasons to back CC (and the Yanks) in this one, in a bit.

Perez opened 2019 with three appearances out of the bullpen but then went 6-1 over his first eight starts (Twins were 6-2). However, he owns just ONE win over his last seven starts and while the Twins are 3-4 in that stretch, Perez has allowed four ERs or more FIVE times! The 28-year-old has seen his season ERA elevate over a full run (2.95 to 4.10), since posting a 7-1 mark in his first 11 trips to the mound (eight starts / three relief appearances).

On to the pick: The Yanks are on a great roll coming in (see above), while the Twins are sub-500 since mid-June. What's more, the Yankees have DOMINATED the Twins the last decade, compiling a 48-20 record since 2010, including going 23-10 at Target Field. As for CC, he is 22-9 with a 3.08 ERA in 41 career starts against Minnesota (teams are 27-14), while Perez is 2-2 with a bloated 9.68 ERA and 1.98 WHIP in four career starts vs the Yankees. Let me finish by noting that CC is 12-1 in his last 16 starts against the Twins.

Good luck...Larry

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 23, 2019
Reds vs Brewers
-135 at GTBets
Play Type: Premium

My 7* Las Vegas Insider is on the Mil Brewers at 8:10 ET.

The Cincinnati Reds were within 3 1/2 games of the National League Central lead and the second wild card as recently as July 4 but their playoff hopes have taken a beating since the All-Star break. However, after Tyler Saladino had put the Brewers ahead 5-3 in the eighth with a grand slam last night in Milwaukee, Eugenio Suarez hit a two-run HRin the ninth to give the Reds a dramatic 6-5 victory (Suarez had already hit a two-HR in the 7th!). The Reds moved within eight games of the Chicago Cubs in the division and are still 6 1/2 games behind the Cards for the final wild card spot. The defeat 'stung' for the Brewers, who remained two games back of the Cubs in the division and fell one-half game behind the Cardinals in pursuit of that second wild card spot.

Tanner Roark (5-6, 3.97 ERA) will get the start for Cincy in tonight's contest, while Zach Davies (8-2, 2.79 ERA) will take the mound for Milwaukee. Roark had double-digit wins THREE times for Washington from 2014-2017 (seasons of 15, 16 and 13 wins) but fell to 9-15 with a 4.34 ERA in 2018. This is his first year with the Reds and he's got just FIVE wins in 19 starts (team is 9-10).

The 26-year-old Davies opened 2019 at 7-0 (2.41 ERA) through 13 starts (Brewers were 9-4), but then suffered a 5-3 loss at San Francisco on June 14. That outing began a three-start stretch in which he went 0-2 (team was 0-3), allowing 12 ERs on 21 hits over just 11.2 innings (9.26 ERA). However, Davies has been one of the NL's stingiest starters over the last three weeks, although his only win over that time came on Thursday as he held Arizona to one run over seven innings despite failing to record a strikeout. The Brewers have won each of Davies' last FOUR starts and no wonder, as he's allowed just two ERs on 17 hits over 23.1 innings, giving him an 0.77 ERA!

In contrast, Roark enters owning a 7.16 ERA in his last three outings. Expect Milwaukee to bounce back from last night's loss behind another outstanding effort from Davies.

Good luck...Larry

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 23, 2019
Yankees vs Twins
-121 at pinnacle
Play Type: Premium

My 9* Situational Stunner is on the NY Yankees at 8:10 ET.

The Minnesota Twins lead the major leagues in HRs this season and added to that total with five HRs last night (eighth time this season the Twins have hit at least five HRs in a single game). Minnesota recorded an 8-6 win on Monday but the Indians also won, so the Twins' lead in the AL Central remains at three (Minnesota's lead was 11 games back in mid-June). Monday's defeat was New York's second straight (after a five-game winning streak) but the AL East-leading Yankees still own a nine-game cushion over Tampa Bay and are 10 games up on the Red Sox.

Taking the mound in the middle contest of this three-game series between division leaders will be Domingo German (12-2, 3.38 ERA) and Kyle Gibson (9-4, 4.02 ERA). German was 9-1 with a 2.60 ERA through May 21 but in a three-start stretch from May 26 through June 7, was 0-1 (team was 1-2), allowing 14 ERs over just 14.1 innings for an 8.59 ERA. A strained left hip flexor had sidelined him since June 8 but he returned on July 3. He's pitched six innings in each of his three outings since that return, allowing just three ERs for an 1.50 ERA, as well as owning a 18-2 KW ratio (he's 3-0). German recorded his first win in three career starts against Minnesota after permitting one run and four hits in 6.2 innings of a 4-1 triumph on May 5.

This is Gibson's seventh season and he opened the year 54-61 with an ERA of right around 4.50 (can you say journeyman?). However, with the help of Minnesota's outstanding offense (Twins rank 3rd in RPG at 5.63 and 3rd in ba at .271, plus rank 1st in both OPS at .834 and HRs at 187), he takes the mound tonight with nine wins over 19 starts, with the Twins going 13-6 in those starts. Gibson improved to 2-0 in his last five starts (Minnesota is 4-1) this past Thursday, after allowing three runs on six hits in seven innings of a 6-3 victory versus Oakland. However, he's had little luck against the Yankees in his career. He fell to 1-6 with a 6.50 ERA in nine career starts (Twins are 1-8 or an 88% "go-against") vs the Yankees after permitting five runs (two earned) in five innings of a 6-3 loss back on May 3.

Yes, the Twins beat the Yankees last night but they are just 21-48 the last decade against New York, including only 11-23 at Target Field. The Yanks are 12-3 (80%) in German's 2019 starts and bounce back from Monday's loss with a "W."

Good luck...Larry


Age: 63 (turns 64 in November).

Years in handicapping: Larry entered his 34th year in the industry in August of 2017.

Achievements in handicapping: 1985 Castaway’s Pro Football Challenge Champion, then the most prestigious handicapping contest in Las Vegas; 1999 Stardust Invitational semi-finalist.

A member of the original cast of Proline, the nation’s longest running pre-game handicapping show on the USA-TV network (also hosted Sports Desk on the same network). Although well-known on TV for his expert game analysis and no-nonsense handicapping style, Larry may be best known for his radio work. He hosted his own syndicated call-in radio show, Sports Central. It aired live from Bally's Casino in Las Vegas in the early to mid-90s and at one time was heard in more than 100 markets.

Systems used for handicapping a game: Fundamental and statistical analysis. "I'm not typically a trend and system kind of guy," Ness says. "I look at team strengths and weaknesses and compare them. It’s an all-encompassing thing and over 30-plus years, you get good at it."

34-Club Play: It represents Larry's 34 years in the business and gets his highest star rating (10*s). Expect no more than one of these plays per month, per sport during the regular season.

LEGEND Play: Larry's often been referred to as a Las Vegas legend and he's 'borrowed' the title for his other "signature play.". Larry's LEGEND Plays were previously available to only a select group of private clients but they are now available to all, through the internet. Like his 34-Club plays, expect no more than one play per month, per sport (rated 10*s).

PERFECT STORM: Larry just added these plays the last few years and his accompanying expert analysis makes these popular plays self-explanatory (rated 9 or 10*s).

Situational Stunners: Larry's a fundamental handicapper at heart but he does pay attention to team and situational trends (especially in MLB). When his fundamental handicapping and a strong trend or situation match up, he releases a Situational Stunner. He just started releasing these plays in MLB '09 and he's expanded them since, to all sports (rated 8, 9 or 10*s).

Las Vegas Insider: Throughout his 34 years, Larry has become known as "the ultimate Las Vegas insider." The contacts he's developed over more than two decades (on both sides of the 'counter'), are arguably "unmatched!" He confers daily with 'his friends' and when "all the stars align on the same game," Larry releases an exclusive Las Vegas Insider (rated between 8 and 10*s).

Oddsmaker's Error Plays: Larry uses this term with "great respect" (and not very often), as he counts among his very closest friends many of Las Vegas' most famous and respected Sport Book directors (past and present). However, when Larry feels "the line is significantly off," he'll release one of these "not to be missed" plays (rated between 8 and 10*s).

Weekly and Weekend Wipeout Winners: Larry added this self-explanatory moniker just a few years ago. They've become immensely popular and why not? Who wouldn't want a game that has "blowout written all over it," supported by Larry's expert analysis (rated between 8 and 10*s).

Late-Breaking Plays: Larry will always go back and take a "second look" at each day's card, after posting all his games. When he finds something he missed the first time around, he'll release a Late-Breaking Play. These plays are more prevalent in sports like baseball and basketball than football (typically rated at 8 or 9*s).

Superstar Triple Play: Over the years, many of Larry's regular clients have clamored for more three-game reports. You asked for it and Larry's responded. Back in the late 1980s and into the mid 1990s, 900-numbers became "the rage." While a panel member of Proline (see above), Larry created the Superstar Triple Play. One call got you three Superstar Triple Plays (in a particular sport). For almost a decade, anywhere from 1,500 to 3,500 callers responded each weekend, when Larry offered his famous "Superstar Triple Play" pitch on Proline. Starting in 2009, Larry began going "Back to the Future!" Almost every Saturday (college) and Sunday (NFL) this football season, get three plays on a single report from Larry (many will be TV games), the originator of the "Superstar Triple Play!"

Release Times: Larry likes to release his picks early so that clients have as much time as possible to shop around. NFL and College Football plays are posted very early in the week (sometimes almost up to a week in advance.) NBA, College hoops and NHL are all posted the day before the game goes off. And the same goes for MLB, with selections posted the night before the game. Sometimes life gets in the way and Ness won't release until the morning of the game, but for the majority of the year Larry likes to say: "The earlier the better!" 

Sports and conferences he excels at handicapping: MLB is Larry's favorite sports to handicap, saying the money is in the statistics. He 'loves' the daily action and the long season. "If I had to pick one sport, I would chose baseball because you’re playing pitchers, streaks, teams that are hot and cold," Ness says. "I also love the NBA and NFL playoffs, the college bowl games plus the college basketball tourneys, which are seasons unto themselves."

Quote: "No one works any harder and my work-product speaks for itself," Ness says. "I have a no-nonsense style and my logic is easy to follow. Anyone buying my plays will know exactly what I was thinking when I made the selection. After 34 years, the Larry Ness brand is instantly recognizable and my analysis ranks with the best in the industry."