Friday card has MLB Total Of the week from a Perfect totals System that averages 12 runs per game. MLB Totals on a 6-1 run as MLB Has another winning night. There are 3 Totals In all and Big Blowout all from system cashing 94% or higher and 2 Have never lost. Free 14-1 MLB System Play below.

On Friday the Free MLB System Play is on the Milwaukee Brewers. Game 958 at 8:10 eastern. The main reason for this selection is that road dogs like the Mets are 1-14 since 2004 if they are off a home dog loss and scored 4 or less runs with 10 or more hits, and are playing an opponent that lost by 2 or more runs. The Mets are off a grueling 4 game series with Arizona and were dropped 5-4 in extras after twice getting game tying home runs. The Mets may be worn out after that game and a series with Several long rain delays and two long extra inning games. Manager Terry Collins in his post game conference following the loss openly said he’s never been on a tougher stretch in his career and don’t even se how some of these guys are standing. The Mets have Z. Wheeler going and he has a 5 era in his 3 starts so far this season, often struggling with his command. The Brewers have J. Hellweg on the mound and looking to improve off a dreadful season debut in Pittsburgh. This is

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a much easier spot. Look for Milwaukee to take the opener. Friday night we have 4 Big Plays up all from systems cashing 94% or higher. The lead play is the Undefeated MLB Total of the week from a system averaging 12 runs per game. There are 3 totals in all and MLB Totals have cashed 6 of the last 7 after another winning night on Thursday. There is also a Double 100% Blowout System Winner with a big pitching edge. Contact at goldencontender@aol.com or at 646-269-5269 to Jump on Now and Start the weekend Big. For the free Play Make it Milwaukee

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