I try not to spend a ton of money on picks, just a couple GOM, GOYs etc, but with this discounted price for the 2nd half of the season, I think I just might get in on that so at the very least I can compare their analysis with my own. Some whos analysis I have enjoyed include Nover, Sprietzer, GF, and Dave. Just wanted to hear some folks opinions. Thanks!
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GF and Nover
Thanks for the thoughts guys
Dave will give you a boat load of analysis and sometimes his thoughts on every game. goodfella doesn't give you analysis on picks. Every once in awhile he will on like a GOM but for everyday picks there is none.
Good to know donperrion45. I like a nice analysis but I understand not wanting some of that info out there for everyone to see.
I guess some people here do not know to read your header that says "best baseball pro at PREGAME!"
My answer is Goodfella easily, i wouldnt look any further if i were you
Also - gotta throw in Ed Meyer
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Thanks Madman. I am definitely leaning towards GF, and I will say I love Docs SDQL each day...some of those trends are damn solid!
It seems to me that the best way to figure out who is the best baseball handicapper at pregame is to ask pregame the question, "Which of your handicappers has the highest net profit in baseball this season?"
Personally, I would love to know the answer. If anyone finds out, post the answer here.
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