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Moneyline Monday: Best Bets for April 11

Sometimes, everything just lines up for a certain play, and that’s what happened with yesterday’s play of the day. I had a good feeling that Charlotte was up for a bounce-back game at home despite a loss to Philadelphia (something a lot of MLS sides will do away to the Union), and I hate Atlanta’s road form. ATL has found the net nine times in five matches, but eight of those were at home and the ninth was in the final minute against DC United. With that being the case, I jumped on Charlotte to win to nil at +360.

And it cashed in a 1-0 result, marking a huge win for me that only got better when I added a correct score pick, as I figured Charlotte wouldn’t do a lot on offense. When it all comes together, it’s a great thing. Hopefully, these bets will come together as well; here are my plays for April 11.


You don’t want to come into Citizens Bank Park without an offense in any year, let alone one where the Phillies are packing this loaded of a lineup. Perhaps no team was helped more by the elimination of pitchers hitting than Philadelphia, which can now build its roster to fully take advantage of its hitter-friendly park and has done so. The Mets still don’t have the right bats in their lineup and are hitting the back end of their rotation, giving the Phils the edge here.


Milwaukee got off to a bad start to the season, but there is no better fix to that than facing the Orioles. Baltimore looked awful against Tampa Bay and isn’t likely to get any better against a Milwaukee team that really needs to bounce back quickly. Look for the Brewers to take full advantage of their situation here.

JETS ML, -120

I’ll probably regret this because I usually do when I make a hockey play, but it seems the best one on the slate. The Jets need wins. Truth be told, the Jets probably need to run the table to think playoffs, but they certainly can’t afford to throw one away against Montreal if they’re going to have any hope of the postseason. I think they can handle the Canadiens at this small price.


Seattle is somehow the underdog after Minnesota’s home run surge on Sunday, which is odd because Chris Flexen doesn’t give up a lot of long balls. The Twins hit six of them on Sunday, but without the deep ball, their offense doesn’t really have a lot of ways to hurt you. This seems like the kind of game Seattle can win and excellent plus-money value.


The Padres send Nick Martinez to the mounds, and unless you’ve been watching Japanese baseball, the last time you saw him pitch was 2017. Martinez didn’t do the job well when he was with Texas, and I don’t see that changing against a San Francisco lineup that should be ready to break out after dealing with the Marlins. Throw in that winds are blowing at 25 miles per hour toward right field, and there’s a lot of reason to favor the Giants.

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