Past Results

Guaranteed Pick: John Ryan

Ryan’s 15* MLB Titan: Ryan has proven long-term record of hitting 53% winners spanning 225 plays making 43.5 units per 1 unit wagered. The majority of these plays are dogs and in his experience, this is truly the only consistent method to making season profits in MLB. This comprehensive report features a perfect 6-0 game situation.

Game: Washington Nationals at Chicago Cubs Apr 7 2012 1:05PM
Prediction: Washington Nationals
Grade: Winner (110)
Reason: 15* graded play on Washington with Gio Gonzalez on the hill as they take on the Chicago Cubs and Matt Garza set to start at 1:05 PM ET. The simulator shows a high probability that Washington will win this game. Supporting this graded play is a system that has produced a record of 105-70 for 60% winners and has made 47 units in profits per one unit wagered since 1997. Play on road teams in the first 12 games of the season that was a non-playoff team from last season who won 6 or more of their last 8 games and was an average team from last season that won between 45 and 55% of their games. Here is a second system that has gone 51-27 for 65.4% winners and has made 29.7 units per one unit wagered since 1997. Play against all teams with a money line of -100 to -150 revenging a one run loss to opponent and is a team that had a losing record last season. 22-7 (+18.8 Units) against the money line after a one run win over the last 2 seasons. Washington skipper Johnson is a perfect 6-0 (+9.4 Units) against the money line in road games after a one run win. The Chicago bullpen woes are going to be the biggest problem preventing the Cubs from contending for the playoffs. It already happened. Wood came into to relieve Dempster, who had pitched a gem, and promptly walked three of the first four batters he faced. One of those walks was a bases loaded walk to Jason Werth. Then, Marmol struggled big in the ninth yielding a run-scoring single that was the game winner for Washington. Gonzalez is a fastball-curve pitcher and the curve is one of the best. When he locates the fastball he is one of the most dominating pitchers around. His command can get wild during games, but he did post career lows in walks-per-nine in 2011. He will only get better and I strongly believe he will do a great job against the Cubs lineup. Take the Washington Nationals.