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SeanBo’s Bets Paid For My Car | Why Are You Still In That Bucket When The Bros Are Giving Away Money?

Last Friday of July, so let’s cap it off on a high note, fam! If you tuned in last week, we hit the triple play and walked into the weekend a perfect 3-0. Today we’re hoping to score bigger than the head honcho @RobParkermlbro at the upcoming NABJ convention honoring our boss.


ANYWHO…let’s get to the picks!


  1. Luis Arraez has been cookin’ for the Miami Marlins (-150). Nevermind the Marlins’ post all star break slump, their third year second baseman has maintained his hot streak at the plate, and his batting average is still well above .300 and nearly touching .400 (currently .376). 


The Detroit Tigers (+130) are hoping to cool Arraez off, and hope that starter Reese Olson (1 win – 4 losses, 4.53 ERA) can finally land his second win of the year. I have a feeling that win won’t happen when they visit South Beach, as the Tiger’s offense is ranked in the bottom five in all offensive categories.


Bros Best Bet. Marlins ML (-150)


2. The AL (B)East is in full effect, as the New York Yankees (-125) are road favorites against the division leading Baltimore Orioles (+105). “How Sway?” One reason and one reason only, the Yankee’s premiere ace, Gerritt Cole (9 wins – 2 losses, 2.78 ERA). Cole has proven to be the one consistent on a team of inconsistency, and he’s hoping his 144 strikeout count climbs against the Orioles who are ranked ninth in both runs scored and slugging percentage. Sidenote:

Could we see the return of MLBbro Aaron Judge? 



No Judge. No Contest. Orioles RL +1.5 (-150).


3. Somebody finally woke up the Philadelphia Phillies (-165) to get things going in their 2023 campaign. The Phillies have won three of their last four, and their starter Zack Wheeler (7 wins – 5 losses, 3.88 ERA) has yet to lose this month. 


The same can be said about the PIttsburgh Pirates’ (+140) starter Mitch Keller (9 wins – 6 losses, 4.01 ERA). His undefeated month was powered by a sudden surge in run support, as the Pirates achieved nine runs scored in his four July starts. Unfortunately for Mitch, the Pirates haven’t reached nine runs in their last seven games played.

Philly fasho’. Phillies ML (-165)

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SeanBo Is Giving Away Gifts On Juneteenth | Get Woke Or Stay Broke


Happy Juneteenth weekend, Family! As we celebrate the emancipation of enslaved African Americans, let us also recognize the impact Black and Brown baseball players have on our sport’s culture. Jackie Robinson not only integrated the MLB but also paved the way for integration in all American sports. Curt Flood sacrificed his MLB career by suing the league in protest of the “reserve clause” in 1970.


Although he lost the suit in 1972, he ignited the fire within the baseball player’s union who eventually struck down the clause and ushered in free agency in 1976. It’s not lost on me how the game of baseball has grown because of these two outstanding great Black players, and many others before (Negro League) and after. Without them, this site wouldn’t exist. Let’s honor them all weekend as we make a little profit with these three winners!


1. The AL East is starting to separate the top from the bottom of the division, and the New York Yankees (-115) currently sit right in the middle of the pack. They hope to keep the Boston Red Sox (-105) in the division’s basement, and there are a couple of MLBbros in the Bronx to help make that happen.


Willie Calhoun (.238 batting average, 5 home runs, 16 RBIs) has seen a resurgence since making the Yankee’s active roster in April. The Vallejo native made the best of his departure from his home team Giants, and he helped fill the hole at DH created when fellow MLBbro Giancarlo Stanton (.222 batting average, 6 home runs, 13 RBIs) went down in mid April. Now that both are in the lineup, we should see the Yankees continue to climb the ranks while Aaron Judge recovers from his own injuries.



Cold Summer in Boston. I’m taking the MLBbros and the Yankees ML (-115).


2. Why fix what’s not broken? Such is the question the St. Louis Cardinals (-110) have to answer after trying to “fix” MLBbro Jordan Walker’s (.293 batting average, 4 home runs, 17 RBIs) swing early in the season. The young rookie has impressed despite the hurdles of overmanagement by his team and inconsistent pitching. Case in point is starter Miles Mikolas (4 wins – 3 losses, 4.02 ERA), who will look to get the Cards back on track after one of the worst start of the franchise’s history.


Standing in their way are the equally disappointing New York Mets (-110). After losing slugger Pete Alonso (22 home runs, 49 RBIs), there has been little to cheer about in Queens. They hope starter Tylor Megill (5 wins – 4 losses, 5.14 ERA) can stifle the jeers from the home crowd.


Cards on the comeback. Take the Cardinals ML (-110).


3. I’ve been dogging them all year, but the Oakland A’s (+130) are suddenly winning games! With their rich history, I’m happy to see it even if it’s on the way out. After their performances against the league’s best Rays, it’s not too hard to see them keeping the game close against the Philadelphia Phillies (-150).

Let’s keep it going Oakland!! Bro’s best bet is the A’s +1.5 (-35)

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SeanBo Is Here To Help You Ball In The Fall With The MLBbros | Bros Betters Get Big Chedda’

Autumn is here! The best baseball has yet to be played, and there are still plenty of regular season tickets to cash. Let’s jump right into it with the #BrosBettingBaseball (@bbruh916 / @abookay3) so you can BALL IN THE FALL!


1. No better way to get into the pumpkin season than the battle of the orange men. No, we’re not talking Syracuse baseball, we’re talking about the Houston Astros (-160) making that trip to the east coast to visit the Baltimore Orioles (+135). With Houston clinching the AL West, there is very little for the Astros to play for heading into the playoffs. Baltimore, on the other hand, are in the heat of a tightly contested AL Wildcard race and are currently chasing the likes of the Mariners, Rays, and current wildcard leading Blue Jays for a spot in the playoffs. Houston’s starting pitcher Jose Urquidy (3.96 ERA, 13 wins – 7 losses) and Baltimore’s rookie starter Dean Kremer (3.33 ERA , 7 wins – 5 losses) are nearly identical in ERAs and WHIP. Offensively, both teams are liable to go off with MLB Bros Yordan Alvarez (37 HRs) looking great for the Astros and Anthony Santander (27 HRs) looking to hit 30 homers for the Orioles. The man analyzing the trends, PropaganDrew, dug in deep on how well teams who have clinched playoff spots fare after punching their ticket to the postseason, and that makes our pick the home dog Baltimore Orioles Moneyline.


2. Sticking with the Orioles versus the Astros, I took a look at the over/under on total runs and discovered the pitchers’ ERAs can be a bit deceiving. In his last two games against the bottom of the division Los Angeles Angels and Oakland A’s, Urquidy has allowed 6 earned runs in his own ballpark to both of the struggling division rivals. Baltimore’s Kremer has been a bit better, allowing 3 runs on the road to the struggling Washington Nationals and followed that up by allowing 2 earned runs to the aforementioned Toronto Blue Jays. Considering the firepower both teams are packing on offense, we’re taking the Orioles/Astros Over 7.5 total runs before we leave Baltimore.



3. What’s Fall baseball without discussing the greatest rivalry in sports? The Boston Red Sox (+185) make a trip to the Bronx to face the New York Yankees (-225) and pray they don’t become the team our MLB Bro Aaron Judge breaks the AL home run record against. Boston’s lefty Rich Hill (4.7 ERA, 7 wins – 7 losses) may be feeling the pressure to avoid being on the wrong side of the record books, while Yankee’s righty Gerrit Cole (3.41 ERA, 12 wins – 7 losses) is looking to bounce back from a couple of 4 earned run games. All that considered, the Yankees have been on a tear, and we don’t see that changing anytime soon. The first #BrosBestBet of the fall is the Yankees Moneyline, and if you’re feeling extra risky go ahead and punch that prop for Judge reaching 62 homers in this game as well! Later MLB Bro fam!


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SeanBo Is A Gold Glove When It Comes To Bros Betting Baseball | Here’s Your Friday Triple Crown

Welcome fam, as the #BrosBettingBaseball (@bbruh916 / @abookay3) look to bounce back on this very last Friday of the summer. Before you take a sip of your first pumpkin spice latte, guzzle that Oktoberfest style brew, or devour your first chili of the Autumn season, come on through and get your fill on these winners.

1. We might be creeping closer and closer to Halloween, but my man with the stats PropaganDrew is NEVER SCARED! He’s still pounding the bookie over the head like a wack-a-mole at your local carnival, and he’s loving our first pick in Beantown. Those pesky Kansas City Royals (+165) are looking to massacre the home team Boston Red Sox (-195) at 7:10pm Eastern, but Drewski is waving that finger to Royal’s fans like Mutombo in his prime. He crunched the pitching numbers and Red Sox starter Michael Wacha (2.69 ERA, 11 wins – 1 loss) is a top 3 pitcher when trying to beat the oddsmakers in Vegas. It’s not just the pitching that favors the Sox, as their offense is 4th in batting average, 3rd in hits, and are 6th in on base percentage. The Royal’s offense, conversely, has been more boo-worthy than a ghost, ghoul, or goblin. They rank 24th or lower in on base percentage, slugging percentage, and home runs. Go ahead and lay that fall harvest on the #BrosBestBet, Boston Red Sox moneyline.


2. The Seattle Mariners (-165) are looking to exorcise those playoff demons in 2022, but the Los Angeles Angels (+140) are trying to bare-face rob them of that chance as they do battle in LA starting at 9:38pm Eastern. Sure, the Angels are boasting two MVPs and home run kings in Ohtani and Trout, but all that is mashugana (in my Rob Parker voice) when you’re nowhere near playoff contention and your pitching is mediocre, at best. Enter the Mariner’s Robbie Ray (3.56 ERA, 12 wins – 9 losses). A huge part of this season’s turnaround, Ray has been stifling in his last 5 games, going 4 – 1, and averaging 6.6 strikeouts per game. That pitching pairs nicely with MLB Bro and big contract signee Julio “J-Rod” Rodriguez, who is batting .529 with 3 homers and 4 RBIs in his last 5 games. Even away from the Northwest look for the boys from Seattle to rain on the Angels in a major way and pick the Mariners moneyline to get that pumpkin-sized bag.


3. What’s a Fall-themed handicapping column without mentioning the orange and black donning San Francisco Giants (+143) playing host to their archnemesis Los Angeles Dodgers (-170)? Don’t run from these betting dogs, as the Giants are poised for an upset with ace Logan Webb (2.88 ERA, 13 wins – 8 losses) facing off against the Dodgers 2nd year starter Dustin May (4.29 ERA, 1 win – 2 losses). Don’t get caught up with the Dodgers being the best team in baseball and almost 30 games ahead of the Giants in the NL West. The Giants are 4-1 (at the time of writing) in their last 5 games and Webb has won his last 2 games, including a win in LA against these same Dodgers.

(Davis Grubb)

The Dodgers are still the best team in baseball, but we’re looking at a scheduling loss as they are looking ahead to the playoffs and marching out a pitcher at the bottom of their rotation. Take the Giants moneyline to get those amazing odds, and we’ll see you next week as we give you your first Friday winners of the Fall!

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Bros Betting Baseball | The Bag Is Blowing In The Wind & SeanBo Can Help You Catch It !

Welcome fam, as we wave goodbye to the summer and inch closer to the chase for the pennant!

The #BrosBettingBaseball (@bbruh916/@abookay3), or the self-proclaimed MLB wagering kings as we like to call ourselves, got off to a series split (2 wins – 2 losses) in the month of September. Fear not, as the man with the stats PropaganDrew hit the spreadsheets, built his own sports model with his bare, callused hands, and we’re confident today’s three picks will have you seeing more Benjamins than the inside of an ATM machine!


1. First, let’s get out of this west coast heat wave and pull up to the field of Wrigley, as the San Francisco Giants (-170) visit the Chicago Cubs (+143) starting at 4:05pm Eastern. The Giants are well on their way out of playoff contention (somewhere the Cubs have been for the last two months), but their newest ace Carlos Rodon (2.92 ERA, 12 wins – 7 losses) will try to keep their miniscule postseason hopes alive against the Cubbies left-handed veteran Drew Smyly (3.84 ERA, 5 wins, 8 losses). Rodon has pitched his heart out, fanning 201 batters over 157.1 innings even as his run support has been terrible. The Cubs offense has been mediocre all year, sitting in the bottom half ranks in ALL offensive categories. Put the two together and we’re loving the Giants Moneyline to get that first win of the day.


2. In middle relief, we’re calling up the Pittsburgh Pirates (+175) and the St. Louis Cardinals (-210), as they do battle in Western Pennsylvania starting at 6:35pm Eastern. Both teams are sending out pitchers who have basically split the season’s wins, as the Card’s Miles Mikolas (3.32ERA, 11 wins – 10 losses) and the Pirate’s Roansy Contreras (3.41 ERA, 4 wins – 4 losses) are both middle of the league in ERA and are hovering around .500 win percentages. That’s when you let the wood do the talking, and the Cardinals are screaming on offense to the tune of top 10 MLB ranks in batting average, runs, hits, on base %, slugging %, and even home runs. The Pirates, meanwhile, are in the bottom 5 in those same categories, with the lone exception of sitting at 19th in home runs. That makes the #BrosBestBet the Cardinals Moneyline, as the red birds continue their dominance in the NL Central on their way to the postseason.

3. The closer for this Friday is a trip back down to the dirty south, as the LA Angels (+192) look to upset the Houston Astros (-235) in H-Town. The Astros are another division leader, and they’re hoping to get righty Lance McCullers (2.08 ERA, 2 wins – 1 loss) back into championship shape versus the Angel’s 6th year man Michael Lorenzen (4.94 ERA, 6 wins – 6 losses). While the Angels have looked a bit more lively the last few weeks, even stealing a win from the Astros back on September 3rd, the Astro’s utter dominance of the division doesn’t bode well for Shohei, Trout, and company.


MLB Bro Yordan Alvarez has continued doing work in the batter’s box, blasting 31 homers so far this season. Right behind him, Jose Altuve and Kyle Tucker have each sent 24 balls into Houston’s skies. Look for the Angels to fall back down to earth, as we have the Houston Astros Runline -1.5 to end our night!