Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

Brownie’s MLB Winners For Friday 6/26/21

Toronto – 225

Take Toronto RL. Jays been putting runs on the board and Matt Harvey gonna be on the mound.

Houston -270

Take Astros RL. They are on an 11-game winning streak, swinging hot bats. Expect a lot of runs.

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

If you’re looking to grab a bag this baseball season, Brownie has all the MLB betting action locked down.

Brownie’s MLB Winners For Friday 5/21/21

Oakland – 115

Take Oakland to get back on track and beat the struggling Angels, who are without superstar Mike Trout.

White Sox – 105

White Sox bats will come alive against Yankee starter and score a lot of runs.

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

If you’re looking to grab a bag this baseball season, Brownie has all the MLB betting action locked down.

 

Brownie’s MLB Winners For Friday 5/7/21

 

White Sox — 150 

Take Chicago. Carlos Rondon has been unhittable this year (Tossed no-hitter on April 14th against Cleveland) and KC has lost 5 in a row.

Dodgers — 165 

Take Dodgers to bounce back big time against struggling and injured Angels.

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

Brownie Picks His Friday MLB Winners

If you’re looking to get your paper up this baseball season, Brownie has all the MLB betting action locked down.

Mets – 145 

Take the Mets with Stroman on the mound. The offense should score a lot of runs today.

Yanks – 340

Take Yanks RL with ace Gerrit Cole on the mound. Yanks score often and hold Tigers down.

 

Bro Betting Baseball: Professor Secures 200K Bag Picking Opening Day MLB Games

Bro Betting Baseball: Professor Secures 200K Bag Picking Opening Day MLB Games

When paint instructor Bob Ross said, “we don’t make mistakes; we have happy accidents,” he was referencing Darrett Pullins, who won the $200,000 grand prize during the Opening Day Pick’ Em contest by Loan Depot as he predicted every opening day game correctly.

Pullins, a 58-year-old Professor from Michigan, was on the verge of submitting his picks, but his computer malfunctioned, erasing his original choices.

With some last-second changes, he maneuvered two of his hometown selections with his second opportunity. He ended up going perfect from the field of play as he predicted all 13 games correctly. 

He told the cast of MLB Central, “It’s funny because my original picks on the computer, I lost them, and then I had to go back and re-pick everything as I originally had the New York Yankees to win and the Detroit Tigers to lose.” He added, “I went back and changed that, and the rest is history.”

Pullins grew up a Reggie Jackson fan. Due to close proximity to the old Yankee Stadium, he could always tell before the television broadcast when a hard-hit ball landed in the stands due to the crowd’s roar like it did in Game 6 of the 1977 World Series when Mr. October went yard three times.

 

 

“Born & raised in The Bronx, I am always going to be a Yankee person,” Pullins said. ” I’m in Detroit now, but when the Yankees are in town, it’s New York all the way, but it was one of those things at the last moment something told me to switch my pick, so I switched it.”

It had to be difficult to pick against your childhood team, especially after looking at a potentially dangerous Yankees lineup that features Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge. Still, he didn’t gamble with his heart as most risk takers do. He bet with his head, and it paid off.

After picking all 13 slated games correctly, the tiebreaker question asked all contestants to guess the number of home runs for that specific day as other participants finished perfectly as well. Pullins in Price Is Right-like fashion came closest to the numerical digit and was considered the winner.

When asked how he came up with the unspecified number, Pullins said, “A little birdie told me to pick this number. There was no strategy. There was no logic to it. I wish I could say it was a strategy, but I just got lucky.”

Pullins said he hadn’t spent any of his earnings yet. He is still deciding on how to pay off some debts he accumulated throughout the years while also searching to give back to students with some sort of scholarship in his name at the local college he currently teaches.