Free MLB Picks Wednesday July 26, 2023
« The Scoring Drought » MLB betting system has generated 24 straight winning bets; can we make it 25 in a row today? We do have a qualifying play, so let’s try to extend this jaw-dropping run!
In total, I would like to share 3 betting picks for Wednesday July 26. Are you ready for this?
SYSTEM PICK #1: San Francisco Giants (@ -215 odds, vs Oakland A's)
I’ve got to back San Francisco given the unbelievable performance of “The Scoring Drought” betting strategy.
Let me remind you of its rules:
“Bet AGAINST the road team if they lost their past two games by scoring a maximum of two runs in each of those defeats, and if their moneyline today is higher than +150.”
Oakland is the visiting team, they lost their last two matches by scoring 1 and 2 runs, respectively, and their ML is much bigger than +150. For this reason, we are invited to FADE Oakland, which explains the Giants pick.
SYSTEM PICK #2: Los Angeles Dodgers (@ -117 odds, vs Toronto Blue Jays)
The Dodgers have been tough to beat at home this season, as evidenced by their 30-17 record in L.A. We are getting a very reasonable price, coupled with a good pitching matchup.
Sure, Tony Gonsolin has been reeling of late. During his first nine starts, he posted an impressive 1.93 ERA. However, over his past six outings, he presented an awful 6.97 ERA. What the heck is going on? I believe he can rebound here.
Meanwhile, the Jays will counter with Yusei Kikuchi. He holds a 1.27 WHIP statistic, which is in line with the league average. Last year, his WHIP stat stood at 1.50, so I’m having trouble trusting this guy.
Give me the stronger team at home.
SYSTEM PICK #3: Seattle Mariners (@ +123 odds, at Minnesota Twins)
Let’s take a shot on a road underdog, shall we? The Mariners is supported by “The Comeback” betting system that has produced a 16-15 record this year at average odds of -101 (which translated into a +1.8% ROI).
In short, it suggests betting any team that came back from a deficit of 4+ runs in their last game, if their moneyline is better than -175 and if they are facing the same opponent.
Yesterday, Seattle trailed 5-1, but erased that deficit to pick up a 9-7 win. Since their moneyline is much better than -175 and they are battling the Twins again, I’ve got to side with the M’s.
Bryce Miller is set to take the mound for the visiting team. He has allowed three or fewer runs in six straight starts. Sounds good to me!
It has been a tale of two stories for Minnesota’s starter, Joe Ryan. First 13 starts: 2.90 ERA. Last 7 starts: 5.75 ERA (despite facing weak offensive teams like the A’s, the Royals and the Tigers).
Can Joe Ryan turn things around? In two career starts versus Seattle, he held a 6.23 ERA.
I believe Seattle has a shot to win, so I’ll take the positive odds here
Enjoy your day, my friend!