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Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 21, 2014
Texas Rangers vs. New York Yankees
New York Yankees
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Yankees -1.5  +135

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 21, 2014
Baltimore Orioles vs. Los Angeles Angels
8½ ov-110
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Over 8.5 -110

Matchup Selection W/L
MLB  |  Jul 21, 2014
Cincinnati Reds vs. Milwaukee Brewers
Milwaukee Brewers
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Milwaukee Brewers -125

I really like the Brewers in this spot.  After two rough starts, Wily Peralta was brilliant in his last start vs the Cardinals.  He pitched 7 strong innings allowing just three hits and no earned runs.  He has faced Cincinnati once this year with very similar results.  He pitched 8 strong innings allowing just three hits and no earned runs.  

Milwaukee's lineup is strong from top to bottom while the Reds are without Votto and Phillips.  The Reds have only scored 6 runs since the All-Star break as they were swept by the Yankees.  

The value in this line comes because of Mat Latos being on the mound for the Reds.  He has pitched twice vs the Brewers in the past 40 days and he pitched really well in both outings.  However, both of those outings came vs a scuffling Brewers offense.  The All-Star break came at a great time for Milwaukee and the offense has seemed to come back to life.  They had 24 hits in a three game series vs the Nationals including 7 hits and 4 earned runs vs Strassburg.  

Milwaukee returns home and they need to play better baseball in the midst of a playoff run.  The Brewers will get it done at home.  


All Sports Sides (+1917)  29-15  L44 66%

MLB Picks (+1833)  35-21  L56 63%

NCAA-F Picks (+933)  105-89  L194 54%

Football Picks (+878)  139-122  L261 53%

Basketball Totals (+685)  30-21  L51 59%

NFL Picks (+598)  76-66  L142 54%

NBA Sides (+477)  51-43  L94 54%

NCAA-B Totals (+395)  17-12  L29 59%


Bio of Mike Davis:

Age:  39

Personal Life:  Married with three kids

Handicapping Success:  Mike Davis burst onto the handicapping scene in the early 2000’s.  He started his own website and garnished the attention of many of the top executives in the business.  After nearly a year of negotiations, Mike sold his website and joined one major website (unnamed) and a network of other sites.  His innate ability to stay at the top of the leaderboards in many different sports was and is still unmatched.  

Biggest Win:  “My biggest win was a future play on the Alabama Crimson Tide to win the National Championship prior to the 2009-2010 season.  I have a major “connection” with that university and his confidence certainly pushed me over the top to make a huge wager”, Mike said.  

Over the past two years, Mike took time off from the public handicapping industry to coach football.  He is also a well known radio personality in the Southeastern United States.  

“I couldn’t stay away.  When it’s in you, it’s in you.  I love the daily grind and most importantly, I love the daily competition of trying to beat the bookmakers.  I played baseball, basketball and football in high school and I played basketball in college.  I have to compete; the urge to compete is in me and it isn’t going anywhere.  Losing hurts me much more than winning pleases me.  I absolutely hate to lose and I work extremely hard to make sure I’m on the winning side each and every day”, Mike said.

Handicapping style:

Over the years, I have developed and learned many different ways of evaluating sporting events.  My personal philosophy varies from a lot of my peers as I am always self analyzing.  I take an inordinate amount of notes on individual games and I document what I am thinking when I make a play on a game.  After the game, I comb through my previous notes as well as my current notes and I adjust my “final” notes for that game/selection accordingly.  Just like in sports, it is imperative to be fundamentally sound in this profession.  

From statistical analysis, to injury reports to matchup reports, there are many different, simple ways to handicap a game.  I welcome and I certainly use any and all information, but one of the main keys I believe sets me apart is my ability to “recognize” a great situation.  When is a team extra motivated?  When is a team primed for a bad performance?  These are major keys in many sports and the ability to “handicap” these situations is what determines a great handicapper.  

Ratings and titles of plays:

25* Diamond Play -- Biggest play; equivalent to a Game of the Year selection

Insider Club -- From time to time, “inside” information becomes available to Mike from one of his many contacts. These are big plays.

Bookmaker Blunder -- Bookmakers are really good but from time to time they make egregious errors.  When they do, Mike takes advantage.

VIP Best Bet -- Strongest side play of the day

Daily Dime -- Strongest total play of the day

Beat-Down -- Total or side that has a chance to cover by a wide margin

Power Play -- Top National TV play of the day 

Platinum Triple Play -- As the name suggests, three highly valued plays packaged into one