The Hottest MLB Handicappers On The Planet – Handicapper Report May 23, 2016


We are almost a month and a half into the baseball season amd several of our MLB handicappers have been putting up extremely solid numbers. With a new week coming up, let’s take a look at the handicappers to follow this week to maximize your profit at the ballpark.

Mike Lundin – +$13,500 MLB Last 7 Days, +$22,220 Last 30 Days

No handicapper has been hotter than Mike Lundin over the last seven days and his 20-6 record has booked $1000/game bettors a solid $13,500 profit. He swept his MLB card Sunday to make it an unreal 17-2 last 19 MLB selections.

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Johnny Wynn – +$30,210 MLB Year To Date

Johnny’s clients has shown an incredible 31.6% ROI by following his picks this year. A 56-26 record gives him a 68.3% winning percentage. Johnny does not release a ton of picks every day, but if you prefer to unload big on a few selection he’s the guy to follow.

Jump on board with Johnny’s MLB Season Subscription for $750.00. You’ll receive every Top-Informational Play, Personal Best Top-Plays, Regular-Plays…EVERYTHING … All the way through the World Series! Join now!

Will Rogers – $+9,550 MLB Last 7 Days

What Will Rogers is doing in MLB right now is MIND-BLOWING! It’s an INCREDIBLE 41-15 Run after a 3-0 SWEEP Sunday! Get yourself a “sub” – ASAP! Of course, the man they call “the Coach” is currently SMOKIN’ HOT in EVERY sport: 29-12 the last 10 days, 46-21-1 the last 16 days and 60-31-1 Overall in May!

Give The Coach a try with his 30 days All Sports subscription of Will Rogers for $500.00. We guarantee you’ll make a profit or we’ll give you 30 more days at NO EXTRA COST!

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