October 8, 2020 | 10:01am

“You’re hilarious, but you better take some betting lessons. Yikes. I may have to take a forbearance on my mortgage if this keeps up. Keep handicapping, I’m going with you good or bad.” Rick Santry, Allendale, N.J.

On the contrary Rick, this season has been a “blessing from God.”

Flush the Fish down the toilet? Or do we swim upstream with them one mo’ time just to make sure they’re dead. After killing us the last two days the least we can do is return the favor. Miami’s Sixto Sanchez 86’d the Cubs in his last start, shutting them out for five frames.

However, the Braves pounded him for four runs in three innings in September. Hotlanta’s Kyle Wright (2-4, ERA 5.21) last pitched in a meaningless game against the Red Sox, allowing two runs in 6 ²/₃ , the first time he’s seen the seventh inning. 20 units on the Marlins.


Dead Fish. Generating as much enthusiasm as Kanye West’s campaign manager the Marlins offense didn’t show and got shut out 2-0. Miami managed to get three hits against Ian Anderson before the Bravos bullpen no-hit them the rest of the way. Atlanta only had four hits but two left the park. Dansby Swanson and Travis d’Arnaud taking Pablo Lopez deep. Down -970 fishsticks.