Baseball picks – must for bettors
Well the Baseball season is here and Extreme Sports Picks has your winning sports picks. Andre Ramirez who is the senior sports handicapper for Extreme Sports Picks, has never had a losing season in Baseball. So the question is this, how does he do his Baseball Picks. Well from what we know, when it comes to picking the MLB Games, information is the key. Andre said he uses a lot of factors, in determining the outcome of game. From Pitchers to injury list, travel, and wind conditions. Andre puts a lot of work to find winners for his clients. So if your looking for the best Baseball Picks, you have found the right place.
Mets at Miami: Hefner shut down the Dodgers, but everyone does that. He’s not gonna pitch deep and the Marlins owe him one from his first start of the season. Because Wright may not be back, it’s the Fish or nothing.Washington at Atlanta: I’ve been leary of Hudson most of the year as I do think he’s wearing down, but he had a baseball picks way of coming up big. Gio has been Gio most of the year, but I have to think he avenges his only loss this season. Braves pen has been underperforming and with Ramos back I like the Nationals.
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Padres at Cubs: Shocking to see the Cubs -145 over too many people, and simply by process of elimination I would take the Padres. How the mighty (Volquez) have fallen, but he has pitched against either good or hot teams, shut down Milwaukee, and mlb picks has been keeping the ball on the ground.
Pirates at Brewers: Estrada a very under rated pitcher (1.29 WHIP) but he does give up the long ball. MacDonald is feast or famine and has been owned by free baseball picks the Brewers. Lean Brewers and over, if the roof is open, but if it’s closed there’s a stiff breeze blowing in from right, so in that case, under.
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Reds at Cardinals: Both Arroyo’s beatings have come on the road, so there is no chance of taking Cincinnati. However, I am always wrong on the Reds, and pick sports even factoring in his bad starts his WHIP is 1.09. Perhaps. If nothing else Garcia typically keeps the ball in the park, and has typically been better at
Giants at Arizona: I’d normally pick sports not look much further than Bumgarners’ 0.89 WHIP and be done with it, especially with the D-Backs injuries, and that’s against Cahill who has been brutalized on the road. Giants pen has been great at home and not so much on mlb picks the road. I still like the under in this one, and the Giants.
Rockies at Dodgers: Tempted to make the auto-under bet with tow lefties in Dodger Stadium at night. De La Rosa has pitched well in every game and Ryu can get the ball up at times. Rockies and under.
Houston at Yankees: We aren’t laying -300 but could use them in a parlay somewhere. No chance of taking the over because we might need the Yankees to get all nine and they won’t get the ninth at bat. Humber hasn’t pitched five inning total in his last two starts, so baseball picks his stock is the lowest in the league. Since he has pitched well against the Yankees, the RL or even a flyer on +280 isn’t out of the question.
Minnesota at Detroit: Interesting that Verlander is .60 less against a pitcher like Worley who’s been lit up. He pitched decent baseball pick in his last two games, but threw over 100 pitches in both of them. Not many teams know Verlander as well as the Twins, so nothing would surprise me here. Lean under simply because of the wind and JV, but the Tigers could well get all of them.
Boston at Toronto: So Toronto hasn’t been hitting very well, and my guess is that Lester wakes the bats up, simply because they owe him one and are rested. The bad news is Morrow has been terrible and threw 112 pitches last game. Almost have to lean over in this one.
White Sox at Texas: There is no chance of laying -200 with Darvish against a team like Chicago that CAN score a ton of runs via the long ball. It is warm in Dallas but the wind is blowing in pretty hard from right, so I could clearly mlb picks see taking the under here, with a flyer on Quintana and the White Sox bullpen. All those -200 favorites won’t all win. They never do.
Tampa Bay at Kansas City: I’d love to take the suddenly hot-hitting Rays but not against Shields, whose pitching against his free baseball picks old team. Wanted to take the under here, but there’s a big boy breeze blowing out to left and it’s warming up in KC, so I might think baseball picks about the over, especially at 7.5 (+105) or so.