Don’t Act Funny, Get Your Money | SeanBo Is Here To Fill Your Baseball Bag

Don’t Act Funny, Get Your Money | SeanBo Is Here To Fill Your Baseball Bag

We’re deep in our bag this week, Fam! Grab your pocketbook, boot up that app (or hit up Shohei’s interpreter), and let’s cash out on these three winners:


1. The Houston Astros (-135) had a terrible start without their former manager Dusty Baker but have recently turned it around since the departure of the legendary MLBbro. They look to keep the momentum going against the Detroit Tigers (+115), who have been freefalling since their hot start. With the Astros’ pulling it together to get to sixth in batting average, fifth in hits, and seventh in home runs, the Tigers may be tucking their tail all series long.


Blast off. Astros -1.5 RL (+105)

2. Division rivals clash on Friday, as the New York Yankees (-140) head down I-95 to battle the Tampa Bay Rays (+118). Even with the Yankees’ ace Clarke Schmidt (3 wins – 1 loss, 3.5 ERA) taking the mound, we’re more excited about the 2024 debut of the Rays’ young Melanated Mound Marauder, Taj Bradley. Bradley started the season on the IL, and will face off with the Yankees’ fourth-ranked home run hitting lineup. It will be a battle of bros, as Aaron Judge (8 HRs) and Giancarlo Stanton (8 HRs) look to ruin Bradley’s first game back.


Hurricane Yankee. Yankees -1.5 RL (+100)


3. Speaking of the battle for the AL East, the division leading Baltimore Orioles (-140) look to solidify their standing when they host the suddenly surging Arizona Diamondbacks (+118). After sweeping the Reds, the D’backs start their youngster Brandon Pfaadt (1-2 record, 4.61 ERA) versus the Orioles’ fifth-year starter Cole Irvin (3 – 1, 2.86 ERA). Irvin looks to end the Arizona hot streak, and with his offense ranking first in home runs, we’re banking on Cedric Mullens (6 HRs) and his squad to pull it off.

Best Bet. Orioles -1.5RL (+100)

April Showers Bring May Flowers | SeanBo AKA Money May Has Best Baseball Bets

April Showers Bring May Flowers | SeanBo AKA Money May Has Best Baseball Bets

May is upon us, Fam! While the summer heat is just on the horizon, we’re hoping to catch fire with these three Friday picks.

  1. We love the story of Joe Ross (1 win – 3 losses, 5.4 ERA), and has chronicled his amazing return to the MLB. The Milwaukee Brewers (+110) have struggled to get another win since Ross’s initial victory, and the Chicago Cubs (-130) will march out their second year righty Hayden Wisneski (2 wins – 0 losses, 0.87 ERA), who has yet to drop a game.


Joe Ross Completes Comeback Journey With First Win As A Starter Since 2021

We’re lovin’ the Crew. Brewers -1.5 RL (+125)



  1. Hunter Greene (1 win – 2 losses, 3.63 ERA) has helped usher in a new era for the Cincinnati Reds (+100). He’ll have his hands full with the AL East leading Baltimore Orioles (-120). With the Orioles leading the league in both slugging percentage and home runs, it could be a long day for one of our favorite “Melanated Mound Marauders.”


Mean Greene. Orioles -1.5 RL (+135)


  1. We close out our Friday in Philadelphia, where the Phillies (-155) play host to the San Francisco Giants (+130). The Giants’ Jordan Hicks (2 wins – 0 losses, 1.59 ERA) has been nearly perfect on the year, but can his 22nd ranked (runs scored) offense compete with the Phillies’ Aaron Nola (4 wins – 1 loss, 3.2 ERA)? Is water wet?


Best Be. Giants ML (+130)


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SeanBo Just Hit The Lottery So He’s Giving Out Free Game For The Weekend

Welcome back, Fam! We were cooking with fire last week, as we hit on two of the three picks last Friday. We roll with that same energy this week as we pick three winners for your last Friday in April!


1. We start our Friday in Motown, as the Detroit Tigers (-115) host the Kansas City Royals. Royals’ righty Seth Lugo (3 wins – 1 loss, 2.03 ERA) hopes to keep his outstanding season going against the winless Reese Olson (0 wins – 3 losses, 3.8 ERA) of the Tigers. Powered by the bat of Salvador Perez (.348 AVG, 6 HRs, 23 RBIs), the Royals should easily keep the Tigers at bay.


Motown Menace. Royals ML (-105)


2. The Oakland A’s (+222) have had a better start than expected to 2024, but the Baltimore Orioles (-278) are chasing the top of their division and are looking to make up ground on Friday. They won’t see much resistance with the A’s Ross Stripling (0 wins – 5 losses, 5.34 ERA), so take the home team to win huge.



Easy as crab cakes. Orioles -1.5 RL (-120)


3. Don’t look now but the New York Mets (-130) are over .500 and have a favorable matchup against the St. Louis Cardinals (+110). Favorable because the Cardinals’ starter Miles Mikolas (1 win – 3 losses, 6.49 ERA) has struggled out of the gate, but the Mets’ Jose Butto (0 wins – 0 losses, 1.65 ERA) has been smoking hot behind 21 strikeouts in limited playing time. Look for Jose to notch his first win and for the Mets to stay on fire.


DJ Stewart and Tyrone Taylor are boosting the Mets

Best Bet. Mets ML (-130)

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The Playoffs Are Funny So Get This September Money | SeanBo Will Lead You To The Bag

Clear your schedule, fam. We have three picks to set off your hot streak. Take a seat, take a peek, and let’s get that bookie beat!


1. Two teams with very little to play for are the New York Yankees (-165) and Pittsburgh Pirates (+140). Even with the Pirates having the home field advantage, they will struggle mightily against the Yankees’ ace, Gerrit Cole (13 wins – 4 losses, 2.79 ERA). With the Pirate’s bottom five ranked offense, Cole could be pushing his numbers closer to Cy Young winning levels.


Cole as ice. Yankees RL -1.5 (+105)


2. In a possible playoff preview, the Miami Marlins (+162) face off with the league leading Atlanta Braves (-195). Miami won’t have their best on the mound, though, as Johnny Cueto (1 win – 4 losses, 6.15 ERA) seems to have lost the velocity and overall filth that put him in elite status just a handful of seasons ago. Bryce Edler (12 wins – 4 losses, 3.38 ERA) will look to carve up the Marlins for a seafood feast.


Bros’ best bet! Braves ML (-195)


3. The AL East may have three teams in the playoffs if the Toronto Blue Jays (-130) can make short work of inter division rival Boston Red Sox (+110) on Friday. Even with Red Sox starter Brayan Bello (12 wins – 8 losses, 3.68 ERA) and Toronto’s right-hander Jose Berrios (10 wins – 10 losses, 3.63 ERA) both sporting sub-four ERAs, the offense has been hot and we’re eyeing that over for the win. 

Bats will sing! Red Sox/Blue Jays OVER 8.5 Total Runs (-120)

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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)