SeanBo Has The Weekend Wonder Bro’s Best Bet | Don’t Leave That Bread On the Counter

SeanBo Has The Weekend Wonder Bro’s Best Bet | Don’t Leave That Bread On the Counter

“Dude, where are my picks?”

“I got you big fella!” 


No hangover when you’re riding with an MLBbro on 4/21. I know you had a great time celebrating the 20th day of April, so we’re here to get your winning streak even higher and elevate your bankroll to levels of hysteria. Let’s get you bombed out on a Friday and take these three joints straight to the bookie even if you’re a rookie!


1. We’re rolling up to Chitown with our first joint, as the Los Angeles Dodgers (-195) are bringing that Cali funk to the Chicago Cubs (+165). Congratulations to MLBbro Mookie Betts, currently expecting his second child and will likely not play on Friday.

Dodgers’ lefty Julio Urias has been grinding batters (3 wins – 1 loss, 1.9 ERA), and the Cubs’ offense (2nd in batting average, 4th in runs, 5th in hits, 3rd in on base %). I’m expecting a close game, so take the Chicago Cubs +1.5 to make it a rude welcome to the Dodgers and Baby Betts.



MLBbro Mookie Betts Continues To Transcend The Game, Move The Needle with His 5050 Foundation



2. Nobody is higher than the Colorado Rockies (+220)…at least in elevation. That will do them no good as they visit the Philadelphia Phillies (-260), who’ve smoked their preseason momentum and are sitting in 4th in the NL East.

Even with Aaron Nola (1 win – 2 losses, 5.91 ERA) still trying to find his groove for Philly, I’m confident he’ll show no Brotherly Love in the duel against rookie Noah Davis in his first start for the floundering Rockies. Take the Phillies -1.5 (-125) as my Bro’s Best Bet!


3. The city of Oakland is blazed right now, as their A’s (+155) announced plans to build a new stadium in Las Vegas! The A’s take that negative energy with them to battle the 1st place in the AL West Texas Rangers (-180), who are featuring an MLBbro in Marcus Semien who is bubbling harder than the bong water!

Semien’s four home runs and 18 RBIs lead his team and his .293 batting average is nothing to cough at. A San Francisco area native himself, I think Marcus will be more than happy to roll up his boyhood rivals so I’m taking the Rangers -1.5 (+120) to end the night.


SeanBo Has The Weekend Wonder Bro’s Best Bet | Don’t Leave That Bread On the Counter

Friday’s Best Baseball Bets With SeanBo | Nothing Funny, Get That MLBbro Money,

Happy Friday to all of our fam! Let’s turn the end of the week into the beginning of your winning streak, as we pick three winners leading into your weekend. If haven’t been following since last week, I’ll give you two Friday picks and a best bet to make sure you can put a few extra dollars in that church collection plate. Let’s jump into the picks and hopefully you’ll be singing my praises once they hit!


1. Spring in the Midwest is one of the most beautiful places in April, but the Cleveland Guardians (-125) are welcoming the visiting Seattle Mariners (+105) with something nasty when they matchup for an early afternoon game in The Land. Seattle and Cleveland are off to very different starts, as the Mariners have just two wins to start the year and the Guardians lead the AL Central with five wins and two losses. With third year flame thrower Aaron Civale still sporting zero earned runs and MLBbro Josh Naylor already knocking out two homers on the year, I’m riding the hot hands to the win. Take the Cleveland Guardians ML (-125).



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2. Did I mention Cleveland is where it’s at in the spring? The game so nice, I’m betting it twice! We’re keeping it with the Cleveland Guardians and Seattle Mariners for my #BrosBestBet, and taking the Under 8 total runs (-105). Not only is Aaron Civale brilliant on the mound, but Seattle’s righty Logan Gilbert is no slouch with a 1.5 ERA and seven strikeouts in his one and only start. This should be a defensive struggle, and I’m putting my money on it.



3. To end our night, how about some sizzle in Florida? No we’re not talking South Beach, we’re talking about the RED-HOT Tampa Bay Rays (-280) as they host the Oakland Athletics (+235). While both teams have taken a very meager approach in how they fund their clubs, the Rays have wisely invested in talented young pitchers (McClanahan/Eflin) and grown their talented batters (Franco/Siri/Arozarena) into big time contenders. Meanwhile, the A’s continue to struggle to fill a roster with any notable names, and their pitching staff have one of the highest ERA in the league at 5.79. Take this sad A’s fan’s advice and bet the Ray’s -1.5 Runline (-150).