SeanBo Batted .750 In The Month Of August | Ride The #BrosBettingBaseball Heat Wave Into September

SeanBo Batted .750 In The Month Of August | Ride The #BrosBettingBaseball Heat Wave Into September

Can you feel that family? It feels like PLAYOFF BASEBALL is rounding 3rd base and coming in HOT as we enter September on our way to Fall baseball! You know the #BrosBettingBaseball (@bbruh916 / @abookay3) are always feeling good as we went 2 for 3 every week in the month of August, and we’re looking to hit that trifecta every week of September for all our loyal readers. So let’s ride this heat wave all the way to the top and beat the bookie until your money is in knots! Here are three winners that can’t stop, won’t stop!

1. First stop is that sticky icky weather of the Midwest, as the Cleveland Guardians (+115) play host to the Seattle Mariners (-115). In a battle of playoff hopefuls, the wildcard bound Mariners are marching out Luis Castillo (2.85 ERA, 5 wins – 5 losses) to do battle with the division leading Guardians and right-hander Zach Plesac (4.39 ERA, 3 wins – 11 losses). With neither pitcher looking like a dominant ace, our man with the stats PropanganDrew dug deep into his pitching trends to find some gems. True, Castillo is still finding his footing in the Mariners rotation, but Plesac has just 1 win in his last 5 appearances and has struggled all year at home in The Land. Granted, that last win was at Seattle, but Castillo fanned 10 batters during their last heads-up matchup. We’re leaning hard on the Seattle Mariners Moneyline to kick off our Friday of winning.

2. We’re not leaving the Lakelands just yet, as the Wild Card race is raging between the visiting Minnesota Twins (-120) and Chicago White Sox (+100). Although both teams are looking up at the aforementioned division-leading Guardians, they’re within reach of the Mariners for first round playoff baseball. The Twins are hoping Sonny Gray (3.04 ERA, 7 wins – 4 losses) can push them past the White Sox and young rookie Davis Martin (4.62 ERA, 2 wins – 4 losses). Although Martin has allowed less than 5 hits in his last 3 starts, Gray has always loved travel ball. It’s almost always Sonny on the road for the Twins, as he’s gone 4-2 on the year when he’s away from Minnesota (not counting no-decisions). And while the White Sox are an impressive 3rd in batting average and 2nd in hits, they’re still missing MLB Bro Tim Anderson and facing a Twins offense that is currently top 10 in on base %, slugging %, and home runs! Take the Minnesota Twins on the Moneyline, as they win the division battle by a slim margin.


3. Lastly, we’re heading to the Bay Area to close up our Friday with the Philadelphia Phillies (-105) as road dogs against the roller coaster ride of a team in the San Francisco Giants (-115). A roller coaster ride is being generous, as the Giants have played their way out of any playoff contention and are miles behind the division leading Los Angeles Dodgers. The Phillies, on the other hand, are still in the heat of a wildcard battle and are sitting 3rd in the competitive NL East. The Giants pitcher Alex Cobb (3.81 ERA, 4 wins – 6 losses) and Phillies Kyle Gibson (4.08 ERA, 9 wins – 5 losses) have both been giving up a ton of runs despite both sharing relatively solid WHIP ratings at 1.2 and 1.3, respectively. In this special 2 for 1 pick, we’re leaning the Phillies Moneyline and the Over 7.5 combined runs for the Giants/Phillies. No best bet this week but take our four picks and run that bookie to the ground!

SeanBo Batted .750 In The Month Of August | Ride The #BrosBettingBaseball Heat Wave Into September

SeanBo’s Bro Bets Got The Bookies Running Scared 

Don’t look now, but the #BrosBettingBaseball (@bbruh916 / @abookay3) were batting an amazing .666 last week (2 -1)! We’ve got the bookies running scared as there were not many odds posted at the time of writing this article across multiple sources including the likes of CBS Sports, Bovada, and the Action Network apps. No fear, keep that band of shekels near, and rejoice because your three Friday MLB winners are HERE!


1. We’re going coast to coast for game 1, as the Los Angeles Dodgers (no line posted) take that flight to tropical Florida to face off with the Miami Marlins. The Dodgers have been scorching hot all year, and lefty Tyler Anderson (2.72 ERA, 13 wins – 2 losses) looks to keep bringing the heat against the Marlin’s southpaw Trevor Rogers (5.85 ERA, 4 wins – 10 losses). Not to pile on the struggling men of Miami, but they’re bottom 10 across all offensive categories and their foes from LA are currently the best team in the Bigs and are cruising with top 5 ranks in those same categories. We don’t see any Miami Flu hitting the boys in blue, and we’ve got the #BrosBestBet with the Dodgers Moneyline.


2. Let’s keep it on the East Coast, but this time head to the Big Apple! Those up and down Colorado Rockies (no line posted) look to upset the New York Mets after the Mets struggled against the Yankees. In a battle of right-handers, “Big Bad” Chad Kuhl (6 wins – 7 losses, 5.16 ERA) looks to lead the Rockies and topple the solid Chris Bassitt (11 wins – 7 losses, 3.25 ERA) of the Metropolitans. Although the Mets lead their division, the Rockies have actually been an incredibly solid team in the batter’s box. They lead the MLB in both batting average (.263) and hits (1130). The Mets are no slouches when it comes to swinging the wood, as they’re top 5 in batting average, runs, hits, and on base %. With the offenses clicking, our man with the stats PropaganDrew also points to both pitchers on his list of “Over” when it comes to runs per game. Lock it in on your betslip MLB Bros, we’ve got the Over 7.5 Runs for the Rockies/Mets.


(Seanbo / @Bbruh916)


3. Finally, let’s take a ride in that donk to H-Town, as the visiting Baltimore Orioles (no lines posted) take on the hometown Houston Astros. Orioles righty Kyle Bradish (1 win – 5 losses, 6.25 ERA) looks to get off the shnide against the Astro’s righty Lance McCullers (1 win – 1 loss, 2.45 ERA). Although the Orioles have seen a resurgence in wins after a deplorable start of the season, the Astros are riding a 4-game win streak and McCullers is getting back into form after returning from the injury list. MLB Bro “Air” Yordan Alvarez is yet another key piece to the Astros winning ways, as he’s leading the team in homers (31) and batting average (.297) and pushed us to pick the Houston Astros Moneyline to complete our easy 1-2-3 steps to winning against the books!

SeanBo Batted .750 In The Month Of August | Ride The #BrosBettingBaseball Heat Wave Into September

Seanbo’s MLBbro Bets! Keep That Whistle Wet!

Yuck. One word to describe our last two weeks of picks. 2 total wins and 4 total losses in the last two #BrosBettingBaseball (@bbruh916 / @abookay3) just doesn’t sit right, so I’ve been digging in the stats and looking for hidden gems to get our MLB Bros back in the green this last Friday of June. Things took a turn, but we’ll get you straight! Short intro because I’m going to do less talkin’ and more walkin’ as I throw you my 3 picks of teams also looking to get back off the shh-nnnniiide:

1. The first stop in our redemption campaign takes us to South Beach at 3:40pm Pacific, where the Miami Marlins (-115) welcome the suddenly struggling New York Mets (-105) who are actually a dog against the Florida Fish who are trying to climb out of 4th place in the NL East. The Mets were riding brooms in Houston, as they were swept in their 2-game series. They bring out one of our MLB Bros you need to know, Taijuan Walker (2.88 ERA, RHP), who has been lights out for the team from Queens.

The Marlins have their own ace on the bump, as Sandy Alcantara (1.72 ERA, RHP) has been one of the few bright spots on this squad outside of the shining star Jazz Chisholm (14 HRs, 45 RBIs) when he’s not steeped in drama. I’m keeping the faith in Tai and the Mets top ranked offense (1st in batting average, runs, hits, and on base %) to get past the Marlins, and we’re going with the Mets Moneyline as the Bros Best Bet.

2. Let’s ride the wave…in The Land? You heard that right! The Cleveland Guardians (-105) have pulled themselves out of the gutter and are currently sitting alone in 1st in the AL Central. If you haven’t been watching, they’ve pulled off some stunning comebacks (sorry Twins) in the month of June and their bats have been swinging harder than a 5.0 Mustang at an Oakland sideshow!

Leading the way for the Guardians is Jose Ramirez, who is boasting a .302 ERA, knocked in 62(!) RBIs, and sent 16 HRs to the rafters. Will their resurgence be enough to stop the also hot Boston Red Sox (-115) and their righty Nick Pivetta (3.31 ERA, 7 wins – 5 losses)? We’re banking on Cleveland’s Cal Quantrill (3.77 ERA, 4 wins – 4 losses) to keep the big bats in Boston quiet enough to pull off another win. Take the Guardians Moneyline, as we keep walking the underdogs all over the block on Friday.


3. Let’s stay in middle America and hit up the Southside of the Chi, as the Chicago White Sox (-155) host the Baltimore Orioles (+135). I’m not counting on any comebacks from either starting pitcher, as the Oriole’s righty Kyle Bradish (7.38 ERA, 1 win – 4 losses) and White Sox’s righty Michael Kopech (2.38 ERA, 2 wins – 3 losses) are far from any Cy Young nods this year.

Both pitchers are averaging about 1 strikeout per inning, while both offenses have enjoyed some recent outbursts with a combined 9.2 Runs averaged in their last 5 games. Pound the OVER 8.5 total Runs between the Orioles and White Sox, and let’s hit a triple on this last Friday of June!



Seanbo’s MLBbro Bets! Keep That Whistle Wet!

Seanbo’s MLBbro Bets! Keep That Whistle Wet!

It must be matinee day Friday, as the best bets are batting 1-2-3 on the Friday slate:

Seanbo’s BEST bet is batting lead. The Padres w/ Yu Darvish (-160) is an easy pick here against the rebuilding (or tanking if you know their cheap ownership group) Pirates (+140) w/ RHP Zach Thompson. Darvish has been solid on the year with a 4.43 ERA, while Thompson is throwing beach balls floating at 10.80 ERA. Padres HUGE, might even sprinkle some shekels on the -1.5 line for +money odds.

Get the Seattle Mariners before the books move the current line (-130) against the up and down Miami Marlins (+110). Bookies aren’t taking into account the fact that Mariners won’t need to travel far after completing their series at Tampa Bay. Rookie starter Matt Brash (4.2 ERA, 13 SO) will have time to finish his continental breakfast in the hotel dining area before taking the bump and should be fresh to get the Mariners back into the win column after taking a few Ls in Tampa.

Finally, the sleeper pick here is the Boston Red Sox (no line posted) w/ RHP Tanner Houck up against the Orioles w/ RHP rookie Spenser Watkins. With both pitchers hovering near a 2.80 ERA, you look to the batting and the Red Sox are at .236 while the orioles are struggling deeper in the hole at .200. Hence the SLEEPER pick, as you’ll have better luck staying awake watching M*A*S*H reruns with Rob at 2am.

Bet’em straight up, or do like I DO, and throw them in a 3-team parlay, and a 2-team Round Robin Parlay. Gives yourself a chance to win if you hit 2/3. GOOD LUCK, and remember…we keeps it litty in SHEKEL CITY!

Sean Bo