Sports Pick Mlb - May 14, 2012
We had another winning day yesterday going 11-6 on the day. Over the past week our picks over all sports are 54-45, pulling in our $100 per unit players over $1,700 during that time. Yesterday's wins included going 6-4 on the MLB diamond. Today's menu features five premium MLB selections, pick them up here for $20.
Our NBA playoff picks pulled in $800 for our $100 per unit players yesterday at 4-1. We are now hitting 63% over the past two weeks with our NBA playoff selections at 40-24 and good for $3,100 for our $100 per unit players. Today, we hit that hardwood with four more premium NBA selections, including a 4 unit play.
Rounding out our day is one premium NHL playoff pick. We won our sole NHL play from yesterday, bringing us to 234-192 with our NHL picks over the past six and a half months. During that time our $100 per unit NHL players have grabbed over $4,000. Get all of today's eleven premium plays for $45 here.
We are looking forward to the 2012 WNBA season which starts this Friday. We have won the past three WNBA seasons, including going 97-82 for +7.6% ROI on the 2011 WNBA season. Get on board this season for only $399 here.
The Detroit Tigers were supposed to be a blur and lockdown the weak AL Central with relative ease. That certainly has not been the case as the Tigers now 34 games into the season and are a pedestrian .500 team. When you consider the fact that they started 9-3 and looked to be on their way, they have been in an elongated slump leaving them at 8-14 in their last 22 games. Drew Smyly has pitched very well but he has seen a pair of his starts blown up by the pen turning both into team losses. The Tigers have been really struggling to put a couple good games together and are now 0-8 after a win in their last eight. The White Sox are getting good work from Danks with a low total from 7-8.5 as he has pitched them to a 13-6 mark in his last 19, including 7-3 at home. Play on Chicago.
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