Tag: MLB

MLB Betting 6-14-17 – Free Picks

We grabbed a win last night as the Pirates, and Gerrit Cole cruised over the Rockies to a 5-1 victory yesterday. We’re back again with […]

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MLB Betting 6-13-17 – Free Picks

We’re back with some MLB action, something that should continue for much of the season. Unfortunately, we barely missed covering with Cleveland last night (+8.5), […]

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MLB Betting 4-11-17 – Free Picks

We’re back after a bit of a weekend hiatus. Last time we gave out picks was April 7, where we ended up going 1-1 after […]

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Weekly News Roundup 4-07-17

Federal Sports Betting Ban A decision on whether the Supreme Court will hear New Jersey’s case against the professional sports leagues and the NCAA will […]

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MLB Betting 4-06-17 – Free Picks

Unfortunately, we had a 0-2 day yesterday with the picks, losing the Astros and Mariners under 7.5. The game went to extras as a 2-2 […]

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MLB Betting 4-05-17 – Free Picks

Baseball is in full swing as we have a large slate of games today that begin in the afternoon. We will still be posting NBA […]

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MLB Opening Day Free Picks – April 3

It’s finally here! Monday is one of the best days of the year if you’re a baseball fan. The day is packed with wall-to-wall baseball, […]

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2017 MLB Opening Day – Sunday

Baseball is back! The 2017 MLB Season kicks off Sunday, April 3 with three games spread out throughout the day. They begin at 1:10 EST […]

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World Series Game 1: Chicago Cubs at Cleveland Indians

Before we dive into Game 1’s matchup and betting odds, we encourage readers to check out our World Series betting preview. Game 1 kicks off […]

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The World Series: Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians Betting Preview

The Cleveland Indians will face the Chicago Cubs in this year’s World Series, which means that one of these teams will end their long championship […]

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