SportsLine analyst Adam Thompson has combed through every game on Tuesday’s loaded schedule to lock in three MLB picks worth playing. SportsLine’s top-ranked MLB handicapper is on a season-long MLB picks streak that has fattened the wallets of those following him. He is on an astonishing 159-105 money-line run, hitting on 60 percent of his MLB picks and paying out more than $3,000 to $100 bettors following him. If you’re looking to get in on the action, Thompson has looked through all of the MLB odds and done the dirty work for you Tuesday.
His winning totals don’t include two parlays hit in the past two weeks, nailing all three of his picks at 6-1 odds. He has nailed six parlays in the past several weeks, including one at massive 10-1 odds. Now he’s looking to continue his dominance over the sportsbooks by attacking three MLB odds that don’t look right. Parlayed together, the picks pay out at more than 8-1.
Thompson, who covered major sports for 20 years as a writer and columnist before joining SportsLine as a senior writer and handicapper, cites deeply researched stats and trends you likely haven’t considered to build his astonishing streak — not to mention watching as much action as possible. We can tell you he’s going with the Royals (+147) as a sizable road underdog against the Reds at 6:40 p.m. ET.
Thompson knows neither team is playing for much more than pride. Cincinnati is 66-91 on the season, while Kansas City is a miserable 54-102.
But the Royals are at least seemingly trying to end it on a positive note. They’ve scored at least four runs in seven of 10 games.
The Reds couldn’t be heading in the other direction any harder. They’ve managed just 12 runs the past 10 games, and four of those were in one game. They’ve been shut out five times.
In September, the Royals have scored 103 runs, the Reds just 69. Kansas City’s issue lately has been pitching, but Tuesday it throws Eric Skoglund, whose overall numbers aren’t spectacular (1-5, 5.60). But since coming off a three-month stint on the DL, he has a 1.38 ERA and .159 average allowed in three games.
Matt Harvey (7-9, 4.92), has a 5.39 ERA since the All-Star break and is coming off his second-worst start in which he allowed seven runs over 5 1/3 innings at Milwaukee on Wednesday.
Thompson also has picks in for the Yankees-Rays and Athletics-Mariners.
So what three-way parlay do you need to jump on Tuesday? Visit SportsLine now to find out Adam Thompson’s best bets for Tuesday, all from an expert crushing the sportsbooks with an amazing 146-105 run picking MLB, including two massive 6-1 parlay winners the past two weeks.