Week Total: +25.8

Welcome to ATSwins.com, the preeminent sports consulting firm on the planet. Since its inception in 1992, ATSwins.com has been ahead of the curve, always evolving through technology,
manpower, and experience.
ATSwins.com was established to cater to the average bettor. ATS developed an infrastructure that
allowed us to deliver the most accurate picks in the industry, along with providing the best customer service. At the time, the sports gaming industry was better known for in-your-face sales tactics and our goal was to offer a much better alternative.
In 1991, Bob Chase and a handful of investors had a vision when they established the company. From previous experience, they understood that stats and trends were not the best indicator
to determine a winner. By crunching numbers in a computer using past trends and stats, that may
have been enough to win nearly 50% of a card in any sport.
Handicapping services produced what most people betting on their own did, which is lose
money from season-to-season. Instead of winning with numbers, ATS' goal was to make an
informed decision though information that the general public and linesmakers would not be able
to retrieve.
In the world of sports investing, performance is the barometer that one is measured by-and ours
is simply unparalleled. We have a proven track record of providing the most accurate and reliable services to our clients by helping them navigate the changing landscape of the sports arenaboth today and in the future.
We didn't achieve our lofty status by taking shortcuts. Hard work and organization have been
key factors in winning nearly 67% of our selections overall. We've helped thousands of clients
surpass their financial betting objectives and goals due to the quality of our information.
ATS provides quality selections in four major sports including basketball, football, baseball and
hockey as well as the CFL, WNBA, AFL, horse racing and NASCAR. We carry a variety of services from daily selections to full-season packages and we cater to the interests and needs of every
type of sports bettor and will customize a program if asked.
We also offer the award-winning publication, The ATS Weekly Blitz, providing meaningful stats,
stories, power ratings and advanced selections for bettors; the 21st Century Sports Bettor, which
is the comprehensive guide to sports wagering in the age of technology and free information;
our new website at www.atswins.com, providing live scores, stats, lines, logs, stories, blogs,
odds, trends, standings and much more.
Most importantly, our friendly, knowledgeable and courteous customer service representatives
treat our clients with world-class care. Many of our reps have been with ATS for well over a
decade and can provide the guidance needed to maximize your profit.
So take a few moments to look through the prospectus and if you have any more questions, contact an account executive toll free at 1-800-772-1287.
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sports investor with the highest quality
information possible for superior financial
returns. We are always evolving, continue
to improve though technology, hard work
and knowledge.
Through our commitment to both integrity
and excellent customer service relations,
we look to raise the standard of sports
gaming globally.
WON 70.2% of our Big Games last 10 years
Have won 61.43% of our Underdogs last 10 years
Why has the Baseball ATS Lock Club been so successful throughout the years? There are many reasons but we’ll focus
on two keys.
1)Evolving. The game has changed in many ways throughout the last two decades so ATSwins.com has had to
adjust through the evolvement of the game. For example, in the late nineties, home runs were hit a record pace and
we adjusted before Vegas started posting higher totals. Pitchers were getting torched, but we were able to get through
that era with a winning record and a major profit, while others stumbled. In 2007, after drug testing was established,
the home run rate took a precipitous drop. Were others ready for such an alarming rate of the lack of long balls? We
were and unders were used early and often that season until the books caught up.
2)Personnel. Having the best personnel (scouts, contacts) has enabled us to obtain the best resources that are not
available to the general public or the other sports firms. The success of ATS wins.com can be attributed to several key
factors. Predominant among them is their access to invaluable information that is not available to the general public.
Having information on whether a pitcher is losing velocity due to a sore arm or a hitter is not seeing the ball due to
fatigue is just examples of key information to help us track games. Another key factor in baseball is having knowledge
about a team's bullpen. We track each pitcher to check out their form. We know whether they are sharp or wild, throwing straight or with movement and how whether their velocity is consistent or fallen off.
There are two key differences between baseball, football and basketball. We call them betting advantages. Unlike football, in baseball there are a 10-15 games every day from late March through late October. Unlike basketball, you
only have to pick the winner and not worry about your team covering the spread.
Baseball handicapping has evolved throughout the years due to the advent of every kind of statistic known to man.
The most popular are specialized statistics like OPS (on base+slugging) and Total Average (Total bases+hit by
pitch+walks+stolen bases).
These key stats help evaluate every player’s performance, but baseball is not just a game of numbers. It takes a skillset,
a mindset and a confidence that sets it above every other sport. Athletes in football and basketball think they can dominate the sport and then realize that they can’t hit a curve ball. What we’ve been able to do through our 20+ years
of hiring personnel is to adjust to every curve that baseball throws us and come back stronger.
What we really love about this game is that it’s still played by people, not computers. It’s played between the white
lines, inside the locker rooms, the video rooms, in spring training and the winter leagues.
All professional sports are dictated by the health of athletes. This can be a detriment when it comes to handicapping
baseball, but to ATSwins.com, it’s also an advantage. Throwing a baseball is not a natural motion, so teams have to
be careful with pitchers - especially young ones. But winning takes precedence over health, and that's why guys go on
the disabled list all the time. ATS knows when it comes to finding about who is healthy and who is playing hurt, which
pitchers have dead arms and which ones are able to go the distance.
MONEY MANAGEMENT IS A MUST
Thanks to the power of information, knowledge and experience,
there's one program suited to help you through this baseball season- the Baseball Lock Club. There are few commodities that have
performed as well as the ATS Lock Club in the last two+ decades.
For 24 years, the ATS Lock Club has had many highlights, several incredible seasons and many good ones. What we are most
proud of is averaging 217.1 units per year for 24 seasons of the
Baseball Lock Club. We have produced over 64% winners during
that run. A $100 per unit client during that time has won an average of $21,710 per season. A $250 per unit client has won an
average of $54,275 per season.
Averaged winning 44.3 units in the opening month, 124.3 units from April-June
over the last 12 years and 136.8 units from the All-Star Break-October the last
six years.
Collected in nearly 62.3% of the weeks in the second half last 10 years.
Edge Plays win 71.7% last 12 years.
Has WON 65.12% of our playoff selections last 12 postseasons.
(These are underdogs that ATS' Baseball Consultants felt should have been
favorites).
2 0 1 4 H I G H L I G H TS
Closed regular season on a 12-4 run.
Had streaks of winning five straight weeks and four straight (twice).
WON nearly 125 units from mid-June (17th)-mid-September.
When it comes to winning in baseball, it takes more than just
picking the winner. Money-management is one of the most important factors when it comes to handicapping. If we release St. Louis
(-200) over Florida as a 5-unit play and the game loses, our
clients lose 10 units on one game. But if we have the other sideFlorida (+180) over St. Louis- our clients win nine units. It’s not
worth giving out big favorites, but finding those big dogs is a
obsession of ours. Over the last 10 years, ATSwins.com has won
61.5% of our underdogs and 70.2% of our big games. We've
averaged winning 50.1 units in the opening month and collected
62.4% of the weeks in the second half.
WON Totals Lock of the Year with the Under 7 in the LA Dodgers/St. Louis
game (3-1)
A true sports consulting firm, ATS employs consultants that have
numerous scouts and contacts who work in baseball. We divide
them into the two categories: The National and American
League. We also have scouts for each division. These contacts are
able to provide the consultants with the most direct, current and
accurate information possible; eliminating any speculation and
assumptions by outside parties. However, receiving this information alone is not key to our success. Having the experience and
knowledge on how to analyze this data is what secures the profitable end results intended.
WON Totals Lock with the Under 6.5 Washington/San Diego (1-2)
Another invaluable part of sports consulting is experience and
knowledge. ATS does have the experience required to turn this
information into a realized profit. Comprised of skilled and educated sports advisors, ATS offers an impressive background in
both gaming and financial investing-well over hundred years-combined staff experience. Their top ranking in the sports investment
industry, as well as their overwhelming 92% repeat clientele
clearly backs this claim. A commitment to continued success, not
only on a daily basis, but well into the future, guarantees ATS is
the right firm to guide your financial success. At ATS, your success
is our goal. Now is the time to find out what the ATS Baseball
Lock Club can do for you.
WON May AL Lock of the Month:Detroit (-105) over Chicago White Sox, 5-4
WON Platinum Lock of the Year with the Under 7 San Diego/St. Louis (2-4)
WON Underdog Lock with Chicago White Sox (+145) over Boston (8-3)
WON Weekday Game of the Year: Seattle (+115) over Atlanta, 7-3
WON Edge Play of the Year: San Francisco (+110) over Arizona, 6-4
2 0 1 3 H I G H L I G H TS
WON top play of the season with the Lock of the Year with Tampa Bay
(-105) over Cleveland, 9-2.
WON five of the last seven weeks to close the season
WON Underdog Lock with Philadelphia (+130) over Washington, 5-3
WON Top Smash Play with the Over 9.5 Toronto/Boston, (4-7)
WON Top Platinum Lock with LA Angels (-120) over Houston, 4-2
WON Diamond Game of the Year: Under 9 Tampa Bay/NY Yankees (1-0)
WON Edge Play of the Year: Philadelphia (+110) over Colorado, 8-7
2 0 1 2 H I G H L I G H TS
WON April Smash of the Month OVER 10 Detroit/NY Yankees (7-5)
WON May NL Lock of the Month: Washington (-125) over Philadelphia 7-1
WON Interleague Lock of the Month for May: Boston (-110) over Philadelphia, 7-5
WON June NL Smash of the Month: Cincinnati (-120) over Houston, 4-1
WON Interleague Lock of the Year: OVER 9 Philadelphia/Baltimore (9-6)
WON June NL Lock of the Month: LA Dodgers (-125) over Seattle, 8-3
WON Totals Lock of the Year: OVER 10.5 Houston/Texas (3-8)
WON July AL Lock of the Month: Texas (-110) over LA Angels, 9-2
WON August AL Lock of the Month: UNDER 7 Oakland/Tampa Bay (4-2)
WON September NL Lock of the Month: Atlanta (+110) over Philadelphia, 8-2
ATSwins.com will do what it takes to dominate this
baseball season and money is no object. That type of
thinking doesn’t always work in baseball, but most
often, the team that spends in the top 10 in payroll,
usually comes out on top. The 2012 World Series
Champion San Francisco Giants spent $117.9 million
on their payroll. They spent over $53 million on three
pitchers in Barry Zito, Tim Lincecum and Matt Cain.
They spent about 30 million more than that to win the
2014 World Series, but the Series MVP Madison
Bumgarner made just $3.95 million. They won just 88
games last year, but managed to get hot in the playoffs as a wild card team.
In 2013, Boston spent $140 million and won the
World Series with the fifth-highest payroll in the
league. The Los Angeles Dodgers spent $220 million
to lead the league, while this season, the New York
Yankees have spent an incredible $260 million. That
includes the signings of CF Jacoby Ellsbury, C Brian
McCann, OF Carlos Beltran and Japanese pitcher
Masahiro Tanaka.
Last year, we said “watch out for Kansas City”, who
ended up in the 2014 World Series. In 2014, Boston
fell apart due to injuries and age and ended up
going 71-91. Expect the Red Sox to improve this season with the additions of pitchers Rick Porcello, Wade
Miley and Justin Masterson. While the rotation is
much-improved, they lack a dominant ace. The
offense adds 3B Pablo Sandoval, SS/OF Hanley
Ramirez, OF Rusney Castillo and OF Mookie Betts to
give them some speed and punch.
Don’t be shocked if Houston and the Chicago Cubstwo perennial losers-make huge jumps thanks to offseason moves. The Astros went 70-92 last year as
they’ve been trying to win the methodical way. The
Astros added catcher/outfield Evan Gattis and pitcher James Hoyt from Atlanta. Gattis is 6-4, 260 and
has hit 43 home runs over his last two years in just
723 at-bats, despite back issues. They have a talented young pitching corps led by Dallas Keuchel and
Collin McHugh. George Springer, Jose Altuve and
Chris Carter have star potential.
The Cubs went 73-89 last season and have some of
the best young talent in baseball. They traded for
Houston center fielder Dexter Fowler and catcher
Miguel Montero. They have rookie phenoms in OF
Jorge Soler and 3B Kris Bryant, who will help improve
an offense that ranked 12th in the NL in runs scored.
Anthony Rizzo is a 25-year old first baseman with
immense potential, while they now have a proven ace
in Jon Lester. Yes, Theo Epstein has developed a
potential monster in Chicago.
On the downside, Atlanta traded away their top
power guys in Jason Heyward, Evan Gattis, and
Justin Upton. They’ve lost veteran starters Ervin
Santana and Aaron Harang, who had combined for
64 starts. The Braves aren’t used to losing as they
went from 96 wins to just 79 in 2014. Now they are
going back to the Houston Astros version of grooming
young talent for the next two years until they move
into their new ballpark.
Milwaukee traded away pitcher Yovani Gallardo to
open up a spot for Jimmy Nelson in the rotation. This
team thrives on mediocrity as they ended with an 8280 record last year. The addition of Adam Lind was
a nice move for a team that was one or two pieces
away from going to the playoffs, but they are still too
far off. They need a bounce-back year from Ryan
Braun, who probably won’t get much better without
the aid of something illegal.
Money doesn't necessarily buy championships, but it
doesn't hurt your chances either. It just depends on
how you spend your money.
THERE IS NO SALARY CAP WHEN IT
COMES TO A WINNING A FORTUNE
IN THE LOCK CLUB.
To ensure our consistent success, our job is to make
certain we have every edge in the industry and that
includes spending the extra dollar to do so. In other
words, we'll do whatever it takes to win. We are the
San Francisco Giants of the sports betting industry.
We spend our money on quality information and
come through in the clutch.
Our baseball-only consultants acquire information
that puts us on the right side of the games nearly
92% of the time. Here is some of the information that
our baseball-only consultants acquire:
Which teams hit over .312 versus flyball pitchers,
but less than .229 against groundball pitchers.
Which pitchers have dead arms in August.
Which minor leaguers are ready for a call-up an
which ones aren’t.
Which bullpens are off-form and burned out.
Which hitters struggle in certain stadiums.
Which pitchers struggle at night on the road.
Which teams are exhausted after a long road trip.
These are just some of the types of factors that the
average baseball bettor needs to know, but doesn't.
Most handicappers think pitching is the key and the
only important part of handicapping baseball. That's
why they are handicappers and not in the sports
information field. Pitching is crucial but so is knowing
the hitters, the farm system, the tendencies of the
manager, the defensive abilities of each player and
the way each stadium affects the hitting and pitching. We keep tabs on every single player from the
majors to minors and have scouting reports on every
single player. Can player "A" hit the curve ball?
Does he struggle against lefties? Which pitchers
does he "own" and which pitchers does he struggle
against? Can player "B" go from first to third on a
ground ball single to right and how fast does he get
from first to home? Does he have the range at shortstop, and can he go better to his left or to his right?
These are some of the factors which keeps us ahead
of the game, Vegas and the sportsbooks.
To be a part of something that has been so successful for so long, is one of the best feelings you can
have as a sports investor. That's because our members have the same confidence we have in our ability to achieve success like no other firm in the nation
has in the past, present and will continue to do so in
the future. That’s why sharp investors join the ATS
Baseball Lock Club.
That success has been a trademark of our firm for
nearly 25 years, but it's only through hard work,
dedication to our craft and a drive second-to-none,
that we have a made a huge mark in this industry.
They say "imitation is the sincerest form of flattery"
and if that's the case, there's a reason why our
images and quotes have been copied by competitors
throughout the industry for over two decades.
We can understand why people would want to emulate something that has been as successful as the ATS
Baseball Lock Club. Unfortunately, while they may
look like ATSwins.com they can't duplicate our success. Nobody has been able to win consistently as
the Lock Club. Yet our "front office" is never satisfied
and their search for the "ultimate" season is a neverending hunt to achieve excellence every season and
set the bar so high that no other firm in this industry
will ever reach.
JUNE 4-10
Units Wagered/Game
Score
Net units Result
MONDAY, JULY 7
SEPTEMBER 17-23
Units Wagered/Game
Score
Net units
Result
MONDAY, JUNE 16
5 units on Philadelphia (+115) over Milwaukee
3-2
+5.8
WON
4 units on LA Angels (-105) over Cleveland
3-4
(-4)
(lost)
4 units on Under 7.5 Pittsburgh/St. Louis
0-2
+4
WON
4 units on Colorado (+170) over LA Dodgers
1-6
(-4)
(lost)
TUESDAY, JULY 8
TUESDAY, JUNE 17
10 units on Chicago White Sox (+145) over Boston 8-3
+14.5
WON
5 units on Under 8.5 Minnesota/Boston
1-2
+5
WON
4 units on Under 8.5 Toronto/LA Angels
+4
WON
4 units on Cincinnati (-125) over Pittsburgh
6-5
+4
WON
+5
WON
4-0
WEDNESDAY, JULY 9
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18
5 units on NY Yankees (+105) over Cleveland
5-4
+5.3
WON
5 units on Under 6 Seattle/San Diego
1-2
4 units on Under 7.5 Chicago White Sox/Boston
4-5
(-4)
(lost)
4 units on LA Angels (-110) over Cleveland
ppd
THURSDAY, JULY 10
5 units on Under 7 Oakland/San Francisco
THURSDAY, JUNE 19
6-1
0
(push)
4 units on San Diego (-115) over Seattle
4-1
+4
WON
4 units on Under 7.5 Boston/Oakland
2-4
+4
WON
FRIDAY, JULY 11
5 units on Baltimore (-105) over NY Yankees
3-2
+5
WON
FRIDAY, JUNE 20
4 units on the Under 7 Miami/NY Mets
7-1
(-4)
(lost)
5 units on OVER 10.5 Milwaukee/Colorado
13-10
+5
WON
4 units on Seattle (+120) over Kansas City
7-5
+4.8
WON
SATURDAY, JULY 12
6 on Washington (-115) over Philadelphia
5-3
+6
WON
SATURDAY, JUNE 21
5 on Seattle (-105) over Oakland
6-2
+5
WON
6 San Francisco (+110) over Arizona
6-4
+6
WON
4 Under 7.5 Houston /Tampa Bay
0-8
(-4)
(lost)
8-0
0
push
SUNDAY, JULY 13
4 units on Over 8.5 on St. Louis/Milwaukee
2-11
(-4)
(lost)
Week Total: +37.6
$100 /unit players won $3,760 $250 /unit player won $9,400
SUNDAY, JUNE 22
5 Under 8 Baltimore/NY Yankees
Week Total: +25.8
$100 /unit players won $2.580 $250 /unit player won $6,450
Baseball Locks of the Week
Last 24 Years
April
May
June
July
August
September
October/Nov.
Last 24 Years
58-36
61-36
60-39
61-36
62-39
47-34-1
3-4
61.7%
62.8%
60.6%
62.9%
61.4%
58.1%
42.9%
352-224-1
61.1%
12-6
20-5
19-10
18-10
22-6
9-2
66.6%
80.0%
65.5%
64.3%
78.6%
81.8%
100-39
71.9%
38-23-3
74-51-5
69-42-8
76-47-4
71-43-5
36-23-2
12-6-1
62.3%
59.2%
62.2%
61.8%
62.3%
61.0%
66.6%
376-235-28
61.5
Other Lock Games:
Last 24 Years
Baseball Locks of the Month
Last 24 Years
April
May
June
July
August
September
October/Nov.
April
May
June
July
August
September
18-6
15-8-1
16-7-1
14-10
15-7-2
14-9-1
5-3
75.0%
65.2%
69.6%
58.3%
68.2%
60.9%
62.5%
97-50-5
65.9%
Last 24 years
April
May
June
July
August
September
October/Nov.
April
May
June
July
August
September
October/Nov.
126-71-3
170-100-6
164-98-9
169-94-4
170-95-7
106-68-4
20-13-1
63.9%
62.9%
62.6%
64.3%
64.2%
60.9%
60.5%
925-539-34 63.2%
Another example of information we have been working with involved last
year's matchup between the Baltimore Orioles and Kansas City Royals on
Friday, April 25, 2014. ATS released Kansas City (-105) for 5 units. This release
was made due to key information from our consultants (gathered from their
scouts and contacts). Here are some of the examples:
1) The Royals were coming off a tough road trip to Cleveland, where they went 1-3. The offense produced 15 runs in four games but there was a feeling of optimism as the Royals felt they were close
to breaking through with the bats. They were also 10-4 in their last 14 against the American League
East.
2) Baltimore came off a successful road trip where they went 5-3 in Boston and then Toronto. Yet
Baltimore felt more comfortable on the road because they were 2-4 in their first six at home.
3) Kansas City sent rookie Yordano Ventura to the mound after a poor performance against
Minnesota. That was his first bad game after he allowed just one earned run in his first 13 innings
pitched in two starts. Ventura struggled with control against the Twins, allowing four runs in four
innings with four walks. He struggled with his release point and after a bullpen session, was back to
his form in the first two starts.
4) Ventura was a young Dominican with a dominant fastball that could go over 100 and had struck
out 19 batters in 17 innings. He also had a wicked change-up that could confuse batters. Baltimore
had never faced him before and that was a major factor in this selection.
5) Baltimore starter Ubaldo Jimenez was once a prospect similar to Ventura, but as he got older, he
was starting to lose velocity. He had not won in his first three starts as he allowed 27 hits in 21 innings
along with five home runs. He was not the perfect pitcher for Camden Yards, due to his inability to
keep the ball low in the zone. Kansas City had several high ball hitters, including Alex Gordon, who
was one of their best hitters.
6) ATSwins.com’s brass never understood why the line was -105 nd started at Baltimore -110 when
we released it. We felt that the number should have been closer to Kansas City -120 and when we
noticed that the line was only -105, we jumped all over it.
RESULT:
Ventura dominated an Orioles lineup featuring Chris Davis (who hit 53 home runs the year before) and
Adam Jones. He struck out eight in eight innings, allowing seven hits and walked just two in his seventh
career start. Kansas City got to Jimenez in the first inning, scoring two runs and that was enough. Jimenez
pitched decently after that, but ended with four walks and four earned runs in six innings. Erick Hosmer,
Billy Butler and Alex Gordon opened up with three straight singles to start the game. This could have easily been a 10-0 game as the Royals left a remarkable 22 runners on base. But the bottom line was that
Ventura was just too good for the Orioles’ bats. More importantly, ATSwins.com’s Lock Club clients won an
easy 5-unit selection on Friday night.
KANSAS CITY 5, BALTIMORE 0
1
2
Kansas City
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
2
8
0
9
1
R
5
H
11
E
0
Baltimore
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
1
0
0
KANSAS CITY
AB
R
H
RBI
BB
SO
LOB
AVG
Norichika Aoki
5
0
2
1
0
1
1
.262
Omar Infante
4
1
1
1
1
0
3
.278
Eric Hosmer
3
1
1
0
2
2
4
.302
Billy Butler
5
0
2
2
0
1
4
.207
Alex Gordon
5
0
1
1
0
0
3
.271
Salvador Perez
4
0
0
0
0
0
3
.203
Mike Moustakas
4
0
1
0
0
0
2
.158
Alcides Escobar
3
1
1
0
1
0
1
.301
Jarrod Dyson
4
2
2
0
0
1
1
.391
TOTALS
37
5
11
5
4
5
22
Batting: 2B: Billy Butler (3). TB - Norichika Aokii 2, Omar Infante, Eric Hosmer, Billy Butler 3, Alex Gordon, Mike Moustakas, Alcides Escobar,
Jarrod Dyson 2.
RBI: Norichika Aoki (4), Omar Infante (11), Billy Butler 2 (8), Alex Gordon (12). 2-out RBI: Billy Butler (1). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out:
Omar Infante (11), Billy Butler 2 (8), Alex Gordon (12). GIDP: Billy Butler (4). Team LOB: 9. Baserunning: SB: Alcides Escobar (4, 2nd off
Jimenez/Wieters). Fielding: DP: 1.
PITCHERS
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
HR
ERA
Yordano Ventura
8.0
7
0
0
2
8
0
1.80
(W 3-1)
Greg Holland
1.0
0
0
0
0
2
0
2.25
HBP: Nelson Cruz (by Ventura). Pitches-Strikes: Yordano Ventura 113-75, Greg Holland 11-8. Ground Balls-Fly Balls: Yordano Ventura 9-3, Greg
Holland 0-1. Batters Faced-Yordano Ventura 33, Greg Holland 3.
BALTIMORE
AB
R
H
RBI
BB
SO
LOB
AVG
Nick Markakis
3
0
2
0
1
0
0
.293
Nelson Cruz
3
0
0
0
0
1
3
.300
Chris Davis
2
0
0
0
0
1
2
.250
Steve Lombardozzi
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
.309
Adam Jones
4
0
0
0
0
2
2
.278
Matt Wieters
4
0
2
0
0
0
0
.357
J.J. Hardy
3
0
2
0
1
0
1
.255
Ryan Flaherty
4
0
1
0
0
1
3
.183
Jonathan Schoop
4
0
0
0
0
2
4
.247
David Lough
4
0
0
0
0
3
4
.176
TOTALS
33
0
7
0
2
10
19
Batting:
TB Nick Markakis 2, Matt Wieters 2, J.J. Hardy 2, Ryan Flaherty. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out-David Lough 3 (7). GIDP: Nelson Cruz
(3). Team LOB: 9. Fielding: Error-Matt Wieters (1).
PITCHERS
IP
H
R
ER
BB
SO
HR
ERA
Ubaldo Jimenez
6.0
6
4
4
4
3
0
6.58
(L 0-4)
T.J. McFarland
3.0
5
1
1
0
2
0
2.25
WP:Ubaldo Jimenez. Pitches-Strikes: Ubaldo Jimenez 104-61, T.J. McFarland 45-30. Ground Balls-Fly Balls: Ubaldo Jimenez 6-4. T.J.
McFarland 3-2. Batters Faced: Ubaldo Jimenez 28, T.J. McFarland 13.
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