Steven Suarez -

It's a lighter schedule today and we're therefore going to focus extensively on just four games in our daily MLB odds report. Our cappers have released their top sports picks of the day.

Doug Upstone -

As has been the case most of the season, the American League Central has the least separation from first to last by records in the majors. This makes it a difficult division for MLB picks.

Ross Benjamin -

Can the Braves put a halt to the recent dominance of Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers? Read what our MLB betting odds expert has to say about the most logical sports wager you can make today.

Ron Patrick -

First place meets last place when Washington and Philadelphia meet for a four-game series at Nationals Park, starting Thursday night @ 7:05 pmET. Here's our preview and picks on this game

Ron Patrick -

Baltimore has taken the first two games of this series, including a 4-3 decision Wednesday. This handicapper knows which betting trends are crucial to pay attention to for the best MLB pick.

LT Profits Sports Group -

Each day LT Profits Sports seeks an MLB overlay that has a better chance of cashing than its odds, offering long term value. Here is their Underdog Value Play for Thursday.


LT Profits Sports Group -

Each day the LT Profits Sports Group seeks out an MLB total that does not add up and offers the most value that day. Here is their Total Value Play of the Day for Thursday.


Swinging Johnson -

It's official: John Lester is no longer a Boston Red Sox player; he's now with Oakland A's and this report had predicted that the team which got him would be a solid bet for World Series.

Doug Upstone -

The big league’s best division is all but certain to send two teams to the postseason and has a real chance for three. But how will these clubs hold up on versus the betting odds? 

Posters' Poll: Top Sportsbooks
#1 5Dimes (SBR rating A+) 129 pts
#2 Pinnacle (SBR rating A+) 68 pts
#3 Heritage (SBR rating A+) 63 pts
#4 Bet365 (SBR rating A+) 40 pts
#5 Bookmaker (SBR rating A+) 35 pts

Best Total Bets 1st Half 2014