In case you missed, it the family was styling and profiling like “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair during the All Star Festivities! You can call them the Four Horsemen, as the crew of Rob Parker (@robparkerFS1), Kevin Moore (@kevmoore93), Malik Mill (@_teammill), and J.R. Gamble (@fanalyst1) were definitely making their presence known amongst the MLB’s elite black and brown superstars.


From legends in the game like Dusty Baker, Willie Horton, and Dave Winfield to the new generation in Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, and Mookie Betts…the MLBBros were repping almost as hard as Rob’s fresh pair of Jackie Robinson Dunks! Go check out the coverage throughout the website and @MLBBrodotcom on Twitter.  Now if those kicks don’t make you scream WOOOOO(!), then give it up for #BrosBettingBaseball as we continued to dominate in July. No losses again last week (2-0-1), so if you didn’t know your cash better call somebody! Better yet, stick and stay for our picks as we’re coming off the top rope to close out the month!

1. We march out to our first match in the city of brotherly love for a 7:05pm Eastern start, as the Chicago Cubs (+115) travel for a showdown against the Philadelphia Phillies (-135). No Bryce Harper? NO PROBLEM. The Phillies continue to win in the months of June and July, with Kyle Shwarber swinging the lumber like Hacksaw Jim Duggan to the tune of 29 HRs and 58 RBIs. The Cubs, meanwhile, have looked more like the Brooklyn Brawlers of the MLB. Their lefty starter Justin Steele (3 wins – 6 losses, 4.15 ERA) is hardly to blame for their losing ways, but he will again have an uphill battle against the Phillies who are 7th in slugging % and 5th in home runs. Take the home team Phillies Moneyline, as they’ll be looking to drop powerbombs all day against the Cubbies.

2. Now let’s stampede over to dairy country as the Colorado Rockies (+185) lock horns with the suddenly slumping Milwaukee Brewers (-215) at home for a 8:10pm Eastern first pitch. The Rockies righty Antonio Senzatela (3 wins – 5 losses, 4.95 ERA) will play heel as he tries to take the win away from the Brew Crew’s right-hander Corbin Burnes (7 wins – 4 losses, 2.14 ERA). Easier said than done, as Burnes has been a sharpshooter all year with his rock-bottom ERA, stunning 144 strikeouts, and nasty .90 WHIP.  After being swept by the San Francisco Giants before the All Star Break, we think the Brewers are a lock to get back to the win column. We’re making the Milwaukee Brewers Moneyline our Bros Best Bet!

3. Don’t look for that flight out of Milwaukee just yet! We’re looking to stack cheese to our heads on the prop pick of the day, and we’re taking Cubs Under 3.5 runs. Corbin is looking to be the Big Boss Man on the mound, and we gave you the numbers to prove it. Don’t sleep on the man, punch that winning trifecta into your favorite sportsbook, and let’s raise the championship belts over our heads like Shawn Michaels at Summerslam 98!


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