MLB ROAD WARRIOR GAME OF THE WEEK! *14-5 & 167-122 MLB Winning Runs!
SCOTT SPREITZER IS ON 14-5 & 167-122 WINNING RUNS IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL!
Scott cashed his lone MLB release last night and his next winning side is his MLB ROAD WARRIOR GAME OF THE WEEK on Tuesday's slate! Scott's on 14-5 & 167-122 winning diamond runs!
And get Scott's first CFB release of the new season, his CFB FRIDAY KNOCKOUT GAME OF THE MONTH! It's yours...today!
MAKE THE MOVE AND EXTEND SCOTT'S MLB WINNING RUNS TO A BOOK-BUSTING, 15-5 & 168-122!
About Scott Spreitzer
Scott Spreitzer grew up in a horse racing family. "Growing up around relatives who were all about winning to make a living, showed me the type of attitude, desire, and work ethic it takes to get the job done, year-after-year. You want to eat? You better know how to win."
Scott's proudest achievements took place in front of the Las Vegas betting public. Scott is the only handicapper to advance to three straight Finals in the Station Casinos Football Invitational. In fact, he's the all-time Station Casinos Win Champion. And what's most impressive about Scott's record is that it was compiled with a high volume of selections. Scott released over 500 college football and NFL plays combined, over five seasons, and finished with an awesome, 59% ATS winning mark, as documented by the Station Casinos and the Las Vegas betting public.
By just 25-years of age, Scott was already the co-host of the world famous, "Stardust Line," first made famous by Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal, and later by former NFL RB Jim Brown. He held the position for six years before becoming the host and chief handicapper of "E-Sports Daily," which was heard in over 60 U.S. cities. Scott's radio schedule include his "Smash Mouth Sports" handicapping segment emanating from Las Vegas. The show is handicapping-geared, but also includes interviews with some of the biggest names in the athletic & coaching world. Scott is a featured handicapper on dozens of radio stations throughout the football and basketball seasons. In 1996, Scott landed a seat on USA Network's Sports Desk. And in 1999, Scott became a member of the same network's PROLINE.