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Boston vs. St. Louis Prediction, Preview, and Odds - 6-3-2019
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The Pirates average 3.6 runs per game, which is 26th in the MLB. Starling Marte is hitting .231 with 4 HRs and 16 RBIs while Colin Moran is batting .230. Josh Bell is hitting .294 with 9 HRs and 28 RBIs, while Gregory Polanco is batting .308 with 2 HRs and 8 RBIs. They have a team WHIP of 1.28, which is 9th in the league.Melky Cabrera leads the Pirates with an average of .337 with 3 HR and 10 RBIs. They hit just .235 as a team, which is 23rd in the league, and they have a slugging percentage of .375, which is 27th. The Pirates have a team ERA of 4.25, which is 13th in the MLB.
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In the last matches, the hosts lost to Boston (2-4), won San Jose (5-1) and also won them (5-0). The hosts have performed well lately but they need to bring more intensity in these series. The team has lost in the 1st leg (2-4) so they cant breathe a sigh of relief. St Louis needs to dig deeper and win here.
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The cargoes, you know, you need to maintain constant supply of cotton, the raw import of raw materials. OK, and I call the industrial trinity because that's energy, plus locomotive power plus infrastructure, infrastructure including transportation infrastructure and communications. But once you almost finish the first industrial revolution with mass production of labor intensive goods for mass market that generates demand for transportation. And to distribute throughout the entire world you need better transportation, and that provides the stimulus.
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How can they up their saving together? You have to constantly maintain the flow from raw materials into finer goods and to sell it. How can they trust each other? So it's very costly to create a market. But on the other hand, the answer is "no" for some overlooked reasons, which we do not emphasize enough even though they are very important, OK? And also what is overlooked is that it's even more costly perhaps to create market regulations, market regulatory institutions, to regulate market forces, to prevent cheating and fraud. And also where does the raw material supply come from? One of the important aspects of market, of course, is infrastructure, but it's more than that. OK, you have group of isolated peasants put together to mass produce something where are you going to sell? First of all it is extremely costly for those independent, anarchic, uneducated peasants to cooperate for organizations. You go to poor countries, you saw people but there was no market. And because it's very costly to create market in the first place. No. Where does the raw material come from? Where are they going to make sales? So you need a master distribution system in order to make mass production profitable. According to Adam Smith, he said the invisible hand is the key to generate prosperity, but did he assume that the market or the material exists? You're going to carry the bag across the mountain to knock on the doors? So it's very costly for them to do that.
The Blues had a lead in Game 1; the Bruins stormed the front in Game 3, while the second game of the series saw a wild 2-2 tie in the 1st period. Its almost impossible to predict what could happen on this one, so Im backing a draw, considering how much is at stake for both teams. We saw all three possible outcomes at the end of the 1st period over the previous three contests in this series.
He outplayed Sergei Bobrovsky in the best playoff series of his career against the Blue Jackets. He has a .947 save percentage and a 1.56 goals-against average. Carolina, on the other hand, has a couple of average goaltenders in Petr Mrazek and Curtis McElhinney splitting time. The chances will be there for Boston and neither of these guys is a Bobrovsky-type. McElhinney has been amazing since Mrazek went down with an injury in the middle of the Islanders series. The Bruins have a lopsided advantage here. Still, were talking about average, beatable goaltenders that the Bruins best players should have a field day with if they can get through Carolinas strong defensive corps. He was certainly good enough to beat the Capitals in the first round. Mrazek has been perfectly okay in the playoffs with a .913 save percentage. He is the leader in the clubhouse for the Conn Smythe after a couple of playoff rounds and is beginning to give off a Tim Thomas 2011 vibe. Tuukka Rask has a 2.02 goals-against average and a .938 save percentage in these playoffs.