Betting Starting Pitchers on Short Rest

In the 1968 World Series, Detroit Tigers left-hander Mickey Lolich was asked to pitch in Game 7 of the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals on only two days rest. While Lolich later admitted he was almost out of gas, he pitched a complete game 4-1 victory over the Cardinals and ace Bob Gibson… Read More »

Money Management

Money management is the number one reason why most gamblers lose with their baseball betting.  It is just as, if not more important, than how many of your MLB picks win.  You might be following the best baseball handicappers in the world, but without proper money management you will end up with less money than… Read More »

Handicapping Bullpens

One of the most under-rated baseball handicapping strategies has to do with looking at bullpens.  A good and rested bullpen has a higher chance of protecting your team’s lead.  A bad bullpen will really play with your emotions.  Imagine your team ahead in the late innings, you can almost feel the money you won already… Read More »