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Since 2012, Fargo is a SPECTACULAR 92-65 (+$20,525) in the CFL after a 12-4 start this season as he has WON Five of Six Weeks! 59-45 (+$11,816) streak in MLB! Top Play Sweet Spot for Sunday!

Since 2012, Fargo is a SPECTACULAR 92-65 (+$20,525) in the CFL after a 12-4 start this season as he has WON Five of Six Weeks! 59-45 (+$11,816) streak in MLB! Top Play Sweet Spot for Sunday!


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DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
Fargo's 10* MLB Saturday Underdog Sweet Spot 58-45
This is a play on the MILWAUKEE BREWERS for our MLB Saturday Underdog Sweet Spot. This line reflects the past and not the present and is based on name and where the public money is going to go. Last night, the Dodgers took the opener of this series with a 6-4 win over Milwaukee to send the Brewers to their seventh straight loss as the break did them no good to quell their losing streak. Rich Hill had a significant pitching edge over Wade Miley, but the price closed at -132 and tonight the gap decreases yet the price cis significantly higher. Clayton Kershaw has been one of, if not the most dominant pitcher in baseball over the past few years but injuries are starting to catch up as he has been as inconsistent as we have seen. He lost four games in 2016 in 21 starts and lost four games in 2017 in 27 starts but he has already lost four games this season in just 13 starts. He has gone past six innings only once in his last eight starts which dates back to April. Chase Anderson is having a great season as his 3.78 ERA is very solid but that does not tell the full story as he has a 1.17 WHIP and players are hitting just .219 against him and those last two numbers are dominant worthy. While he cannot pitch during the day with his 0-5 record and 4.75 ERA and 1.25 WHIP, he is 6-2 with a 2.98 ERA and 1.10 WHIP in 10 starts under the lights. 10* (958) Milwaukee Brewers
7/20/2018LOSERCanadian Football
Fargo's 10* CFL Friday Enforcer (80% CFL YTD)
This is a play on the OTTAWA REDBLACKS for our CFL Friday Enforcer. Ottawa is coming off a humbling loss last week against Calgary, its second loss to the Stampeders this season, but it has dominated its other two games and we expect a big rebound tonight. The RedBlacks were outgained by 214 total yards and they managed only three points, their lowest point total since August of 2015, which also happened to come against Calgary. The 150-yard offensive output against Calgary was the lowest in team history over 76 games since rejoining the league in 2014. Going back, Ottawa is 16-4 ATS in its last 20 games after gaining 275 or less total yards in its previous game. B.C. meanwhile came back from a 17-0 half-time deficit to win 20-17 on a walk-off field goal in front of their home crowd against Winnipeg last week. The Lions are now 2-2 on the season, winning both games at home and losing both games on the road, but the one consistent is that they have been outgained in all four games thus far. Ottawa running back William Powell is third in the CFL with 372 rushing yards, averaging 5.9 ypc, despite getting shut down last week. That should prove to be another tough test for the B.C. run defense after they allowed Winnipeg running back Andrew Harris to eclipse the 100-yard mark in back to back meetings, and overall, the Lions are dead last in the league allowing 152 rushing ypg. Making matters worse, B.C. will be without its defensive leader as Solomon Elimimian was placed on the six-game injured list with a wrist injury. His 26 defensive tackles rank him fourth in the league so far this season after amassing 274 tackles over the previous two seasons. 10* (374) Ottawa RedBlacks
Fargo's MLB Friday Triple Play (57-43 MLB Run)
This is a play on the PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. Philadelphia closed the first half with a pair of disappointing losses at Miami and it is now back home after spending the last 10 days before the All Star Break on the road. This is the first home game for the Phillies since July 4th where they are 30-16, one of only seven teams with at least 30 home wins and are currently on a four-game winning streak. The Padres closed on a five-game skid and hold down the worst record in the National League so the fact they traded their closer during the break comes as no surprise. San Diego has lost 21 of its last 27 games including 11 of its last 15 on the road. Clayton Richard has had a decent season with a 4.43 ERA and 1.31 WHIP but most of his success has come at pitcher-friendly Petco Park where he has a 3.77 ERA compared to a 5.04 ERA on the road. The Phillies are 17-6 in their last 23 home games against left-handed starters. Jake Arietta had a horrible month of June with a 6.66 ERA in five starts but the rest of the season has been great as he has a 2.09 ERA in his other 13 outings. He has been at his best at home with a 2.53 ERA and 1.09 WHIP in nine starts. 8* (906) Philadelphia Phillies
This is a play on the MINNESOTA TWINS as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. It has been an up and down season for Minnesota, but it went 9-2 over its last 11 games before the All Star Break and while the Twins are six games under .500, they are still a manageable 7.5 games behind Cleveland in the American League Central. They can keep the run going as their first six games are out of the break are against losing teams and going back, the Twins are 7-1 in their last eight games against teams with a winning percentage below .400. Kansas City is fighting it out with Baltimore for the worst record in baseball and its 11-35 record at home is by far the worst. Danny Duffy gets the ball for Kansas City and he closed the first half with a pair of shutout performances, tossing 13 scoreless inning against the Twins and White Sox. The problem is, those games were on the road where he has a solid 3.54 ERA and 1.38 WHIP but his work at home has been atrocious with a 6.75 ERA and 1.63 WHIP. He has allowed six runs in each of his last two home starts. Kyle Gibson has been similar as he has been much better on the road with a 2.84 ERA and 1.11 WHIP compared to a 3.99 ERA and 1.35 WHIP at home, albeit, the latter is still pretty good. 9* (919) Minnesota Twins
This is a play on the OAKLAND A'S as part of our MLB Friday Triple Play. Oakland closed the first half on a 21-6 run to get back into the playoff picture. While they might not catch Houston in the American League West as they are eight games back, they are just three games behind Seattle in the American League Wild Card. San Francisco is also in the Wild Card mix as it is four games out of the second spot, but the road has been an issue all season. The Giants are 31-19 at home but on the road it is close to a reversal as they are 19-29 and most recently, they have lost 21 of their last 31 road games. It might be a risky proposition betting on journeyman Edwin Jackson, but he has been solid with a 2.59 ERA and 0.99 WHIP in four starts. This includes two great outings against Cleveland and shutting down San Francisco last time out. Dereck Rodriguez has been nearly as good, but he comes in with a poor 1.58 WHIP on the road. Here, we play against National League road underdogs that are hitting .255 or worse and with a starting pitcher who has an ERA of less than 2.50 over his last five starts going up against an American League starting pitcher who has an ERA of 4.20 or better. This situation is 46-10 (82.1 percent) since 1997. 10* (930) Oakland A's
Fargo's 10* WNBA Thursday Enforcer (BLOWOUT Time)
This is a play on the PHOENIX MERCURY for our WNBA Thursday Enforcer. Phoenix survived its toughest part of the schedule this season and it has a chance to make a run at the Storm for the best record in the league. The Mercury finally return to the Talking Stick Resort Arena for four straight games after having played eight of their last nine games on the road dating back to June 24. While they face some tough teams down the stretch, nine of their final 11 games are at home where have played only eight games compared to 15 on the highway. Las Vegas is coming off a 99-78 loss to the Sparks on the road Sunday and it was a tough loss as the Aces had a fourth quarter lead, but Los Angeles closed the game on a 21-3 run. Las Vegas had won four straight games prior to that, so while it was building confidence, that confidence came crashing down in a matter of minutes. The Aces are three games out of the final playoff spot and while there are plenty of games left, eight of their last 11 games are against teams with winning records so making a run will not be easy. Here, we play on home favorites of 3.5 to 9.5 points after having lost three of their last four games going up against an opponent after having won three of their last four games. This situation is 46-19 ATS (70.8 percent) since 1997. 10* (314) Phoenix Mercury
7/19/2018WINNERCanadian Football
Fargo's 10* CFL Thursday Enforcer (79% CFL YTD)
This is a play on the SASKATCHEWAN ROUGHRIDERS for our CFL Thursday Enforcer. The Roughriders and Tiger-Cats meet in the back end of a home-and-home series that, due to a bye week, has been stretched out an extra seven days. Saskatchewan prevailed in the first matchup 18-13 despite getting outgained by 131 total yards as its bend but do not break defense kept Hamilton out of the endzone despite amassing 429 total yards. It has been a struggle offensively for the Roughriders since Zach Collaros went down with a concussion. Quarterback Brandon Bridge is set to make his third straight start for Saskatchewan and the fourth of his career and he is returning to the site of his first start for the Roughriders as he helped them win in Hamilton last season. David Watford will also see time behind center as head coach Chris Jones confirmed that the two will split time again which does give them some extra wrinkles on offense. While Hamilton is looking for some revenge, this line is inflated in what very well could be another low scoring battle which gives a big edge to the underdog, especially one this big. The Roughriders defense has stepped up numerous times against highly-powered teams as they are 23-9 ATS in their last 32 games against teams averaging 325 or more passing ypg. Meanwhile, Hamilton is just 3-12 ATS in its last 15 home games against teams allowing 75 or fewer rushing ypg. 10* (371) Saskatchewan Roughriders
Fargo's 10* WNBA Tuesday Terminator (12-9 Run)
This is a play on the CONNECTICUT SUN for our WNBA Tuesday Terminator. Connecticut held down the top spot in the Eastern Conference for much of the season until a 3-9 swoon in mid-June sent the Sun going the wrong way. They have recovered to win their last two games which happened to come against two top teams from the Western Conference and they look to regain their spot in second place with a victory tonight. It is no coincidence that the rough stretch had a lot to do with the absence of Alyssa Thomas who missed 10 games with a shoulder injury but is back healthy now. The schedule has not been on their side either as only eight of 22 games have taken place at home. Atlanta is the team that has taken over second place in the Eastern Conference thanks to four straight wins including a pair of victories over first place Washington. Three of those wins came at home however and this has been a notoriously tough spot for the Dream which are 12-24 ATS in their last 36 road games against teams allowing 73 or more ppg. Additionally, this is the third meeting of the season and with Atlanta winning the first two games, Connecticut falls into a great situation where we play on favorites revenging two straight losses where opponent scored 75 or more points, with a winning record on the season. This situation is 30-8 ATS (78.9 percent) over the last five seasons. 10* (304) Connecticut Sun
Fargo's 10* WNBA Sunday Terminator (12-8 Run)
This is a play on the MINNESOTA LYNX for our WNBA Sunday Terminator. Minnesota had a horrific start to the season based on its standards, but it was able to regroup and put together a seven-game winning streak. However, the Lynx have regressed by going 2-3 over their last five games with the three losses all coming against losing teams that are a combined 19-45. Connecticut snapped a three-game slide with a home win over Phoenix on Friday, but the road has been a challenge as the Sun are 2-9 ATS over their last 11 road games. They won the first meeting by 14 points but that is part of a great situation for Minnesota where we play on home favorites of 3.5 to 9.5 points in the second half of the season that are revenging a road loss by 10 points or more, with a winning percentage between .501 and .600, playing a winning team. This situation is 27-6 ATS (81.8 percent) since 1997. 10* (622) Minnesota Lynx
Fargo's MLB Sunday Triple Play (55-42 MLB Run)
This is a play on the ST. LOUIS CARDINALS as part of our MLB Sunday Triple Play. The Cardinals have dropped the first two games of this series against the Reds by a combined score of 17-3 and apparently, upper management had seen enough as manager Mike Matheny was unexpectedly fired after the loss yesterday. This is the type of spot where a team rallies around something like that. The Reds season was heading to nowhere, but they have been playing much better of late, winning 21 of their last 30 games but they are still nine games under .500 on the season. Miles Mikolas has been outstanding with a 2.65 ERA through 18 starts as he has allowed more than three runs only four times. Only one of those has been at home where he has a 1.65 ERA in eight starts. The Reds counter with Anthony DeSclafani who has pitched well since coming back from injury but is put in the worst possible spot today. 9* (910) St. Louis Cardinals
This is a play on the TORONTO BLUE JAYS as part of our MLB Sunday Triple Play. Boston was able to extract some revenge after getting its 10-game winning streak snapped on Friday as Xander Bogaerts hit a walk-off grand slam in the 10th inning to pull out a 6-2 win. Toronto can even the series today before heading into the break in what has been a very disappointing season. Marcus Stroman has been at the top of that disappointment list, but he has been a lot better since coming off the DL as he has a 3.04 ERA in four starts including three where he allowed one run or less. Brian Johnson will be making his fourth start of the season as he has been activated from the DL and while Boston has gone 8-0 in his last eight starts, the numbers are not on his side here. He has a 5.33 ERA at home while allowing a .313 average against right-handed hitters and the projected Blue Jays lineup shows not a single lefty in it today. 10* (915) Toronto Blue Jays
This is a play on the CLEVELAND INDIANS as part of our MLB Sunday Triple Play. Luckily for Cleveland, it resides in the worst division in baseball as it has a 7.5-game lead over the Twins but if not for that, it would be 6.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot in the American League. The Indians have dropped two of the first three games against New York and we foresee them heading into the break with a series split. New York has won two of three in Cleveland thus far, but it is just 8-8 over its last 16 road games and has a tough task at hand today. Trevor Bauer is one of the best stories this season as he has never posted an ERA under 4.00 in a season, but he has a 2.23 ERA through 19 starts and he has a ridiculous 168:41 K:BB ratio. Masahiro Tanaka is making his second start since coming off the DL and his first was not pretty. He has a 4.91 ERA on the road yet has not lost thanks to 6.8 rpg of support but that changes today. 9* (918) Cleveland Indians
7/14/2018WINNERCanadian Football
Fargo's 10* CFL Game of the Week (77% CFL YTD)
This is a play on the B.C. LIONS for our CFL Game of the Week. This line was off the board all week waiting for the news of the B.C. quarterback situation and it has been confirmed Travis Lulay will be starting after suffering a knee injury last season. Jonathon Jennings has started the firth three games in his place and once considered one of the most promising young quarterbacks in the CFL, he has struggled to start the 2018 season, completing just 48 of his 72 passes for 487 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. This is the second game of a home-and-home between the Lions and Blue Bombers with the latter taking the first game last week with a 41-19 home win to even their record at 2-2. The Blue Bombers now lead the entire league in total points with 144 and points per game at 36 ppg, while the Lions are sixth overall in both categories so the return of Lulay is a big boost. Winnipeg was excellent on defense last week as it allowed just 280 total yards, but we can chalk that up as an aberration more than the norm as the previous week against Hamilton on the road, the Blue Bombers allowed 480 total yards. Defensively, the Lions need a better push up front as they did not register a sack last week and a change of venue can help that, especially with this being their first home game in a month following a bye week and two road games. Based on what we have seen through four weeks, the public is all over the Blue Bombers which is causing an inflated line considering Winnipeg was favored by just two points more last week and that game was at home. 10* (366) B.C. Lions
Fargo's 10* WNBA Saturday Terminator (11-8 Run)
This is a play on the SEATTLE STORM for our WNBA Saturday Terminator. Dallas has been thorn for us the last couple games as the Wings have caught fire, winning five straight games to improve to 12-8 overall which has put them into fourth place in the WNBA playoff standings. They are coming off an upset win at Los Angeles as they took down the Sparks by 15 points and that was the second time they have beaten Los Angeles this season. Dallas has won only one other game the entire year as an underdog which came early in the season at Atlanta and it has gone 0-5 in its other five games when getting points. Seattle was also riding a five-game winning streak prior to facing Los Angeles on Tuesday where it lost to the Sparks by a bucket in overtime. It was an atypical game for Seattle as it blew a double-digit fourth quarter lead, went just 5-24 from long range and committed 21 turnovers. Despite that, the Storm still possess the best record in the WNBA at 15-6 and this has been a great spot play all season as they are a perfect 5-0 following a loss while going a perfect 8-0 when coming off a spreads loss. Seattle has the best home record in the league at 9-4 including an 8-0 run when scoring 80 or more points and that is significant as Dallas allows 84.2 ppg on the highway. Seattle falls into a solid contrarian situation as we play against road underdogs of 3.5 to 9.5 points playing a conference opponent after beating the spread by 30 or more points total in their last three games. This situation is 49-21 ATS (70 percent) since 1997. 10* (612) Seattle Storm