Mike Ryan verified since 4/3/2016
Have you ever tried to handicap MLB baseball on your own? If you have then you know that one day you're cashing in and the next day you're paying out. You're winning streaks seem to get smaller along with your bankroll. Handicapping MLB baseball is a difficult task and if you aren't armed with the correct information you will not last the season or turn a profit.
You must have a strong money management plan to bet on sports and this is especially true in MLB. Discipline, patience and perseverance are all attributes you must have to handicap sports. MLB is a difficult sport due to the length of the season spanning from April to November and with a 162 game schedule, per team, it's easy to get lost with so much action. I have trained myself to spot the games that attract "dumb" money or the games that are most appealing to the misinformed public. I will identify these lines for you and take the guesswork out of the equation so you can cash in more than you pay out.
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