Below are a list of the 10 Best MLB Baseball Handicappers based on results over the last 30 days. We track sports picks daily and rank experts for each game they've picked. Picks must be entered into our system before the start of the game.
Anthony Moretti is a first generation Italian-American who currently resides in Las Vegas by way of Boston, MA. Anthony was raised by Italian immigrant parents that believed in hard work. His parents exhaustive work schedules allowed for Anthony to freely roam the streets at an early age. Although Anthony is grateful today, he sure took advantage of being one of the few that spoke English in his family. Both of his parents worked multiple jobs to help support the family and provide a better life for Anthony. For this reason Anthony is forever indebted to his family.
It was very hard for Anthony to focus on school when his friends were always around to help persuade him to hang out on the streets. Anthony learned at an early age that his size was an intimidating characteristic which he could use to his advantage. Anthony claims to have never started a fight but he has never backed down from one either. After numerous run ins with the police for fighting and disturbances, Anthony was guided to the boxing ring where he dreamed of following Rocky Marciano ’s footsteps. Anthony was a successful young boxer becoming a regional Golden Gloves champion and was an intimidation force in the ring using his raw power and quickness to dismantle many young men that opposed him. Anthony was labeled "Tony Touch" given by his trainer referring to the "touch of sleep" he would give opponents after knocking them out.
While Tony found refuge in the ring it was becoming very difficult for his trainers and mentors to get him to show up for training sessions. As Tony grew older he was discouraged by how much his parents labored compared to how little they were compensated. Tony would routinely miss training to roam the streets with his friends in search of money making opportunities. At one point Tony was introduced to an uncle of his friend who allegedly ran an underground bookmaking operation. Uncle Nico allowed the boys to hang around his apartment and watch the Red Sox and Celtics and ultimately introduced them to his underground bookmaking operation.
Tony saw this as his opportunity to earn money and quickly became a fixture around Uncle Nico. Tony was often sent to collect money from degenerate gamblers who failed to pay Uncle Nico for lost wagers. As Tony grew older and more knowledgeable about sports wagering and line setting he realized the opportunities that Las Vegas could offer. Tony was often left in charge of the bookmaking operation Uncle Nico ran and was known for setting his own lines. Tony had a passion for Boston sports and it quickly became a passion for making money on all sports. From basketball to horse racing, Tony and Uncle Nico would accept all wagers, under their terms and lines of course.
At the age of 29 Tony decided to pack up and move to Las Vegas with high hopes of legally breaking into the sports gambling industry. Tony was introduced to many influential people in Las Vegas by his Boston connections. After years of hard work and a little luck, CashinTickets.com is pleased to showcase the many talents of Anthony Moretti. With unlimited resources in the sports and handicapping communities, Tony is sure to have a beat on the line before it is released.
Hard work and dedication has helped Curtis Sydney land a spot on our MLB handicapper rotation. Curtis has been a staff member and personal research assistant to Documented Handicappers for the past three years. Curtis understands what it takes to be a successful handicapper on the professional level and looks to earn your respect and help you beat the odds. If you are looking for a strategic bettor that knows when to be aggressive, Curtis is your expert to follow and will not take unnecessary risks.
Don is a grizzled veteran to sports gambling and handicapping world. He broke into the professional sports handicapping ranks in the early 1980's where he earned his nickname as "The Hound." The nickname was given to him by a mentor at the time named Gary Knockton. Gary was one of the great handicappers and professional gamblers of his time and Don gives Gary credit for the majority of his success today. Don inherited the name "The Hound" from Gary for his raw handicapping instincts and ability to see value in lines that Vegas set to trick the public.
Don is a guy who believes that gambling can be a profitable profession if you have the instincts and patience to beat the books. He is quoted as saying "Beating the bookies is as much about not betting as it is betting." In other words, find only the top plays on each card and play that action. Do not play the games that are only on TV or bet on your favorite team each week if you are truly serious about making money.
Don decided in September 2005 to join forces with Walt "The Fox" Kramer to create one website where two of the best known and successful handicappers in the world can join forces to help the gambler make the same kind of money they enjoy. They offer picks individually or the premium F&H Power Play where they both agree on the same game. The website also details every pick for both Don and Walt as well as the F&H Power Play to allow our visitors to track performance prior to buying. With two world class handicappers and daily updated detailed records, you can be assured you are receiving great value from a legitimate sports handicapping service where every sports picks is released after the game starts. F&H assures our member's of professional sports picks you can trust. All plays are released after start and missed picks are credited. You have nothing to lose. Climb aboard today and let Don starting putting you on the high percentage picks each day.
Joel's prudent achievements include helping his high net worth client reach six figure profits in three of the past four MLB seasons. Joel is a believer that value lies in the quality of picks and not the quantity of picks. Expose the line and extract the profit. Joel will be advising clients in MLB and NHL predictions.
Mario D'Amato has the most experience of the MLB Baseball Handicappers and has been handicapping baseball since 1993. Mario never dreamed of the sports handicapping industry being what it is today and never thought his picks would be at the finger tips of the world. Mario is a career gambler has been extremely successful at making a living off sports books and Vegas. Mario has worked with a number of syndicates in his sports betting career and his contacts will be of great value to our members.
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.
Sports expertise like none other - I've been handicapping for more than a decade and have had my picks documented with Verified Cappers for over 5 years and consistently won top honors at MLBBaseballHandicappers.com. Since joining I have consistently been atop the MLB season leader board in total earnings. Betting on baseball is all about spotting underdogs that are undervalued (or favorites that are over valued). I've got a proven ability to find value in big underdog MLB picks, preaching a philosophy of betting $100 to win $150 on +150 MLB sides that have a 50/50 chance of winning. I believe if you bet MLB game with 50/50 odds at +125 ever day then you will consistently beat the books. MLB baseball can be very profitable, IF you know what to look for and excercise bankroll management. I have a proven method of betting the bases that I don't think can be matched. While I have handicapped all major sports in the past from football, basketball and baseball but try to stay focused on my true love betting on baseball. I have profited from MLB in 7 of the last 9 years and did not finish worse than 58% during this time. I'm happy to now have my picks available at PrecisionPicks.com and always looking for new member's to team up with my winning picks. Let me earn your trust this season and let's team up.
My experience as a sports betting analyst is almost 15 years long. It started in early 2000 in Vegas after I lost my first job out of college due to downsizing. I was working as a waiter and betting sports on the side. The action was irrelevant to me, it was about the thrill of gambling. Fast forward 15 years and I have the opportunity of a lifetime advising clients through ATS Experts. My handicapping style has changed since 2000 but my desire to win will never leave me.
Hello friends and welcome to a new kind of sports betting. I employ betting principles that blends a keen understanding of odds value with statistical analysis. There are no "Get Rich Quick" schemes in sports betting, as there will always be highs and lows, but I have proven my odds value technique to be a long-term strategy for success. I handicap all majr sports, specializing in college football and basketball. I will go toe-to-toe with any handicapper in the business and have the records to back it up.
Mikhail Lebel has overcome many obstacles in his life and was fortunate to have moved to the United States when he was 11 years old. Mikhail was introduced to sports early in his childhood by neighborhood friends and class mates. From tennis to hockey, Mikhail was fond of the traditional Russian sports he grew up around.
When Mikhail moved to the United States he became infatuated with baseball, football and basketball. While he was aware of these sports in Russia, his interest grew when he became educated on them in the US.
Mikhail informed us his name translates to "Who is God" in the Russian culture and by monitoring his picks for the past year, it's evident he is superior. Mikhail has admitted his father played a very little role in passion for sports but as he looks back his father played an enormous role in terms of gambling knowledge.
"Of course I'm excited for this opportunity as I would have never thought in a thousand years I would be at this stage. I over came a lot in my youth and I think my strong work ethic and desire to succeed drives me to help others succeed".