In The Famous Words of Steven Quincy Urkel, “Did I do thaaaat?” | SeanBo Is Bro Betting & Winning

In The Famous Words of Steven Quincy Urkel, “Did I do thaaaat?” | SeanBo Is Bro Betting & Winning

In the famous words of Steven Quincy Urkel, “Did I do thaaaat?”

Yes sir! The Bros Betting Baseball (@bbruh916 / @abookay3) sure did do that! July has been amazing, as the record stands at 4-1-1 and we’re hoping to keep climbing. The good have been bad and the bad have been good in the MLB the past few weeks, as teams seem to be eager to get to the All Star Game (or break depending on who you ask). Let’s keep our picks on the good side of things and hit that trifecta at the sportsbook this third week of July!

1. First game of the day will be in Chi-town at 2:20pm, as the Chicago Cubs (+110) welcome in the New York Mets (-130). My favorite MLB Bro will be on the bump for the Mets, as Taijuan Walker brings his stellar 2.63 ERA and 7 wins – 2 losses record up against another MLB Bro, Marcus Stroman (4.91 ERA, 2 wins – 5 losses). Stro has a lot to chew on and we just don’t think he’ll have enough run support to get through the likes of Pete Alonso (23 HRs, 72 RBIs) and Jeff McNeil (.311 BA). As inconsistent as the last few weeks have been, we still have the New York Mets Moneyline in game 1.



2. Let’s jump to Chocolate City and check out the Washington Nationals (no line posted) as they host the Atlanta Braves at 2:20pm. The Braves will have righty Ian Anderson (4.98 ERA, 7 wins – 5 losses) pitching against the Nat’s lefty Patrick Corbin (5.7 ERA, 4 wins – 11 losses), who has been a favorite fade by my bro with the stats, PropaganDrew. Corbin’s bad year aside, the Brave’s bats have been working harder than Urkel in his pursuit of Laura Winslow (I had to).



With the likes of Austin Riley, Dansby Swanson, and a “Bro you need to Know” in Ronald Acuna Jr., the Braves are top 10 in batting average, runs, hits, and are claiming the top spot in slugging %. Even though I love another bro who was snubbed for the All Star Game in the National’s Josh Bell (.298 BA, 47 RBIs), there is just too much star power in Atlanta to overcome. We’re taking the Atlanta Braves Moneyline in game 2.

3. Unlike 40% of the Kansas City Royals, our final stop will be our friendly neighbors to the north, Toronto! Those Royals (no line posted) will visit the Blue Jays, in a battle of the righties Zack Greinke (4.52 ERA, 3 wins – 5 losses) and Alex Manoah (2.34 ERA, 9 wins – 4 losses). Throw the stats out of the window, never mind the Blue Jays fired their manager, and just focus on the 40% of the roster not making the trip to Toronto because of Canada’s strict COVID regulations. This is the easiest Bros Best Bet ever, as we’re taking the Blue Jays -1.5 Runline to close out our the 15th of July.

In The Famous Words of Steven Quincy Urkel, “Did I do thaaaat?” | SeanBo Is Bro Betting & Winning

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Juy is here! You heard me right, Juy is here for the #BrosBettingBaseba…Because we’ve taken NO “Ls” YET THIS MONTH! My brother (@bookay3) and I (@bbruh916) enjoyed our first Friday of the month by going 2-0-1 with the only push coming when the Yankees and Guardians were postponed. My man PropaganDrew was showing out with his trifecta of picks, and we’re carrying that good juju to this week as we get ready for the midsummer classic. Let’s travel around our great nation for our 3 picks and be on the lookout for our own traveling man, Rob Parker (@robparkerFS1), as he may be in a ballpark, wing joint, or gentlemen’s establishment near you! “Stick and STAY, America!”

1. First stop is the ‘Natti! Get your chili dogs ready before the 6:40pm Eastern start between the Tampa Bay Rays (-125) on the road against the Cincinnati Reds (+105). The Reds are hoping their righty Luis Castillo (3.09 ERA, 3 wins – 4 losses) can withstand the possible famine his offense will have against the Ray’s ace Shane McClanahan (1.74 ERA, 9 wins – 3 losses). I kid about the Reds, but both team offenses have been mediocre this year as neither team is in the top half in the league in batting average, runs, on base %, or home runs. We’re giving the edge to the Rays and the Bros you need to know, Yandy Diaz (.295 avg) and Randy Arozarena (39 RBIs). Hopefully they can provide just enough run support to McClanahan, as our pick is the Tampa Bay Rays Moneyline to start our winning day.

2. We’ll stay in Ohio with the Rays and Reds, and throw our prop pick on their run total UNDER 8.5. These two teams’ struggles on offense are well documented in the prior write up. Not much else to say but let the numbers do the talking and don’t let the pitchers do any walking.

3. Finally, we end our picks like we usually do in the great state of California, as the Los Angeles Dodgers (-175) host the Chicago Cubs (+150). Put the chili away, grab a Dodger Dog, and get ready for a couple of studs on the bump beginning at 10:10pm Eastern. The Cub’s right-hander Keegan Thompson (3.41 ERA, 7 wins – 3 losses) has been impressive on a depressing team, while the Dodger’s lefty Tyler Anderson (3.09 ERA, 9 wins – 1 loss) has emerged as the most consistent arm on a front-running team with generational talent at pitcher.

The Cubs are 12 games behind in their division (depressing), and the big spending Dodgers are protecting a 6 game lead over the Padres (front-runners). Pitching and team trends considered, there’s also the fact that the Dodgers are top 10 in batting average, runs, on base %, and homers. That’s a #BrosBestBet if I’ve ever seen it! Take the Los Angeles Dodgers Moneyline

(Seanbo / @Bbruh916)


In The Famous Words of Steven Quincy Urkel, “Did I do thaaaat?” | SeanBo Is Bro Betting & Winning

Seanbo’s MLBbro Bets! Keep That Whistle Wet!

The #BrosBettingBaseball are back like we never left, and my main man PropaganDrew (@abookay3) is smokin’ hot as we burn up in these dog days of summer. Even though those cheating, scheming, and LOSING Astros dropped two of my picks last Friday (@bbruh916), Drewski claimed the one win as the Blue Jays easily put him in green and kept him clean.

He’s up nearly 100 Units(!) on the year, and his trends are on the up tick once again! Let’s take a look at some of his trends for this Friday, and I’ll round the bases with two of my own winners in today’s selections:

1. Let’s ride PropaganDrew’s hot hand and make his Prop the #BrosBestBet as we head to the windy city for the lead-off start of 2:20pm Eastern. The Atlanta Braves taking on the Chicago Cubs pits two teams on the opposite sides of the spectrum. The Cubs have been TERRIBLE this year, but their starter Keegan Thompson has been decent with a 3.67 ERA and 6-2 record. The Atlanta Braves have been unstoppable since their superstar Ronald Acuna Jr. reentered the lineup, and prior to his cold streaks versus the Nationals last week, he was batting .311 with 6 homeruns in his injury shortened season. The hook is their starting pitcher Charlie Morton has seen better days, as he’s floating near a 5.7 ERA and is barely winning over half his starts at a 4-3 record. The stat man pulled the trends showing Morton has hit the over on 11 of 12 games, and Thompson has hit it on 8 of 14! Hit the OVER 8.5 Total Runs in the Cubs/Braves matchup.


2. Keeping it in the Midwest, we’ll jump to the steel city of Pittsburg to see the battle of Barry’s teams at 7:05pm Eastern! The suddenly surging San Francisco Giants (-210) look to right the ship after dropping one to the Royals as they start their summer series against the discounted, disjointed, and downright despicable Pittsburg Pirates (+180). Don’t let a fantasy football assault take away from what Joc Pederson has been doing since donning the orange and black. He’s enjoying a .270 batting average, knocked in 33 RBIs, and has 13 homers despite having the breakfast slapped out of his mouth last month. Even though Ke’Bryan Hayes of the Pirates is one of our MLB Bros you need to know with solid numbers at a .270 BA and 22 RBIs, he doesn’t have enough pitching or batting support to get past the Giant’s lefty Carlos Rodon who’s rocking a 3.18 ERA and staggering 83 Strikeouts in 65 innings pitched. Take the Giants money linebut I’ll be taking the -1.5 run line (-130) because my mama didn’t teach me responsible gaming. (sorry mom)


3. What’s a baseball summer without a trip to SoCal where it never rains, unless you’re in the gentlemen’s club with Professor Rob Parker (bring a bucket, not an umbrella). Before we hit the club, let’s hit the ball park as the Los Angeles Dodgers (-300) welcome the Cleveland Guardians (+250) to Chavez Ravine. Old is new, as Clayton Kershaw has found new life as a pitcher even without the same velocity that carried his left hand to legendary status. He’s barely getting hit on the year, as Kershaw’s 2.12 ERA and 4-1 record lead the always stacked Dodgers into Friday. Meanwhile, Cleveland’s right-handed starter Zach Plesac hasn’t done anything to please Guardian’s fans with his 4.7 ERA and only a couple of wins on the season. Grab a Dodger dog, $20 beer, and take the Los Angeles Dodger on the money line. I’ll be taking them -1.5 on the run line to get a few extra shekels to throw on some coeds with Professor Parker. (Sorry dad)

(Seanbo / @Bbruh916)

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Brownie’s Winners For Friday 9.24.21

Giants — 180

Take the Giants to put up a lot of runs in the thin Colorado air. Wood shuts down Rockies.

Dodgers — 220

Take the Dodgers RL here as they beat up on Arizona as Dodgers look to keep pace with Giants.

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Brownie’s MLB Winners For Friday 7/30/21

Oakland -120

Angels lineup is beset by injuries take Oakland to put up some runs n hold on

Dodgers -185

Take Dodgers RL here. Dodgers get back on track against struggling Arizona