Thursday, Apr. 9

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The Crew at Baseball Tonight are now Streaking! at 4:00 p.m. ET
Karl, Krukie, Dave and Peter have combined their baseball knowledge into making picks on our Streak board! Check their entry page daily to see who they have picked and how well they have done. Also, John Kruk will announce their pick every Sunday on Baseball Tonight, so don't make sure you tune in!

Could they perhaps put a 20-game streak together by just picking MLB matchups? Not if The StreakMaster has anything to do with it!

Today's Preview
From morning 'till night, today's board might be the most complete one we have had all year. Want golf? Check. Cricket? Check...You get the idea.

If you want a five-win day, you should look into our Masters matchups: Woosnam vs. Reavie, Villegas vs. Mickelson, and Tiger vs. Cink or Singh. Keep in mind Tiger's prop is the only one that is 18 holes, and he is favored at 59 percent to win the group.

For those who want to play it safe, our Cricket match will last for about seven hours. Streakers so far are taking Australia at 88 percent.

The UEFA Cup is now in the Quarter-final stage with both home teams receiving the edge here.

In the MLB, we have the Rangers (-120) hosting the Indians, the Angels (-120) hosting the A's and the Giants (-120) hosting the Brewers.

The NHL gives us two quality matchups with Senators (-115) hosting the Devils, and the Avalanche (-125) hosting the Stars.

NCAA Frozen Four: Vermont vs. Boston University
The colder version on the Final Four takes center stage on ESPN2 with Cinderella, Bemidji State versus Miami (OH) at 5:00 p.m. ET, then the national powerhouse and tournament favorite, Boston University takes on Vermont. Expect to see some great hockey action tonight!

Yesterday's Results
The StreakMaster finally got the best of users, as they finished below .500 for the day. With Denmark losing to China and the Red Sox taken out by the Rays, Streakers ended the day with a 42.8 overall winning percentage.

Want to see why The StreakMaster makes his picks? Check out for more information on his run to a .600 winning percentage.