6/21 VIP Picks

4-1 yesterday and what a day it was with not one but TWO JACKHAMMERS hitting! That’s 6-2 in our last two days. Another interesting trend for us is that we are 7-3 in our last 10 MLB over unders. I really like the sound of that. Day action again today so get your asses out of bed and get your bets in!


Red Sox (Porcello) (-130) - The Sox bats have been non existent the last few games but I think they will break out this afternoon in Minnesota against Kyle Gibson. The Sox lineup has a .278 avg in 79 at bats against him including 5 homeruns (4 are from Martinez and Mookie alone). Porcello has good history and a lot of history against this Twins lineup from his time with the Tigers. He’s held them to a .250 avg over .212 at bats. Look for the Sox to put a halt to their recent skid and win their league tying best 50th game of the season.

Rockies (Freeland) (-145) - Was that ball flying around the park last night or what? 18 combined runs by these teams last night. They will play again this afternoon and the sun will be out, it’ll be warmer, and the ball will be traveling again today. I love the Rockies and their .370 avg & .630 slg% against Steven Matz. Kyle Freeland has held this Mets lineup to a .105 avg in a small sample size of 19 at bats. Grab a fucking Coors and take Rockies moneyline today.

Nationals (-1.5) - Scherzer - The Nats were our one loss yesterday but let’s hop on them again today with one of the most dominant pitchers in the league throwing. Scherzer has held this Orioles lineup to a .207 avg in 164 at bats. He faced this O’s lineup back on May 30th and pitched 8 scoreless innings and only allowed two hits. The Nats will be up against Kevin Gausman who they have a .289 avg in 38 at bats. Nats run line.

Blue Jays (Sanchez) (+135) - Ruff Ruff - underdog! This Jays team is hot right now and they have won 4 of their last 5. They have a great matchup tonight against Tyler Skaggs who they have a .318 avg in 44 at bats. Sanchez has held the Angels lineup to a .255 avg in 51 at bats. He has allowed 3 earned runs or less in his last three starts and the Jays have won all three of those games.