Big Weekend Sports Schedule – Daily Report – July 30


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Each and every day, I bring you the best in sports news and trends, a look at the daily sports schedule, and, most importantly, a review of how all of our sports cappers did the previous day. Today, I bring you the best in weekend sports. We have the best and brightest minds in the handicapping industry here at Sports Hub. You don’t become a Sports Hub capper on a whim. You have to prove your worth.

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Weekend Sports Leaderboard

One day after the top-3 on the leaderboard were all Sports Hub experts, it happened again. Yes, our experts here are good…very good. So good that you should become a member of Sports Hub if you are not already. Joining is easy and it’s free and you can get started by clicking that JOIN NOW button at the top of the page.

There’s a number of exclusive Sports Hub handicappers all over my different leaderboards. Remember from yesterday, I had told you that you can see how all of our cappers are doing in a number of different categories. There are leaderboards for yesterday’s best, the last seven days, the last 14 days, and the last 30 days. There are also leaderboards by sport, so you can see which handicappers are the best in baseball, football, etc.

There just isn’t anywhere else you can go to find this level of transparency. You won’t find this level of success either. That’s why you need to join us as we turn the sports handicapping industry upside down.

Here’s a look at how my leaderboard looked at the top yesterday.

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Big Weekend Sports Schedule – Yesterday’s Leaderboard
  • Big Winner: William Taylor was the man yesterday going 4-0 and earning $435. This Sports Hub expert hit three MLB picks and one CFL pick. Watch out for this guy as he is the No. 9-ranked MLB capper at Sports Hub.
  • Dan the Man: William was the man, but Dan was close behind giving him a run for his money. Dan should sound familiar because he’s no stranger to the top of my leaderboard. He went 3-0 yesterday – two MLB picks, one soccer pick – and walked away with a cool $420. If you’re a soccer bettor, follow Dan because he’s our fifth-ranked soccer handicapper. He’s earned $1069 over the last seven days!
  • First timer: Jimmy Liu worked his way into the top-3 for the first time. He hit all three of his MLB picks to win $305. Jimmy has now hit 7 of his last 9 picks and is up over $700 for the month.

Today’s Trends in Sports

Whether it’s weekend sports or weekday sports, you should always stay on top of your game. If you trade successfully in the stock market, you pay attention to what is going on in the business world. It’s no different in the sports betting world.

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Trending Weekend Sports

If you want to win more bets and ultimately pad that bankroll, you have to have your finger on the pulse of the sports world. Sports Hub helps you do that with access to information that the average bettor cannot get his hands on. In today’s Information Age, there is a lot of data out there. The best bettors, like the sports cappers here at Sports Hub, have more of the best information in the industry.

Here’s a look at today’s trending sports news. It may help you win a bet.

  • MLB trades continue: The Mets shipped ace Max Scherzer to Texas as they begin their sell off. The Rangers are upgrading their pitching rotation in preparation for weekend sports and a World Series run.
  • Dingers: Marcell Ozuna hit his 20th and 21st home runs of the season last night. That makes five different Braves that have at least 20 home runs before August. That makes Atlanta the second team (2000 Blue Jays) to accomplish the feat.
  • RB retires: I mentioned NFL running backs last week. Sony Michel, who won a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots, is retiring after five years in the league. The career of the typical NFL RB is only 2.57 years.
  • Welterweight champ: Terence Crawford pounded Errol Spence into oblivion to win the welterweight championship Saturday night. Crawford is now 40-0 with 31 KOs.
  • UFC lightweight: Justin Gaethje is the new UFC lightweight champ after knocking out Dustin Poirier in the second round. Gaethje had lost to Poirier in 2018.

Sunday’s Weekend Sports Schedule

The weekend sports schedule is a full one today. In addition to a full MLB schedule, there are a number of other opportunities for fans and bettors to take in some summer Sunday sports.

Here’s what’s going on today.

  1. Sunday baseball: There are 15 games on the weekend sports schedule today. Fourteen will start in the afternoon and the Yankees and Orioles will cap off the day on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball.
  2. World Cup: The four matches scheduled today have already concluded. Co-host New Zealand played to a 0-0 draw with Switzerland and will not advance to the knockout round. Australia, the other co-host, will play Canada on Monday and needs a win to advance.
  3. 3M Open: It’s the final round of the 3M Open today and Lee Hodges still maintains a 5-stroke lead. J.T. Poston sits in second place. If Hodges holds on, he’ll earn $1.4 million.
  4. PLL: After two games yesterday, the Professional Lacrosse League continues. The Waterdogs and Archers, both 4-1, will battle in the first game. The Whipsnakes take on the Chaos in the other. Anytime there is lacrosse, it’s like a bonus for the weekend sports schedule.
  5. CFL: Calgary (2-4) plays at Montreal (2-3) today in the final game of Week 8. On last night’s weekend sports schedule, BC beat Edmonton 27-0 to extend the Elks home losing streak to 21.
  6. WNBA: All 12 teams will play today. Minnesota at Connecticut kicks off the day and it ends with Dallas at first-place Las Vegas. The Aces are 22-2 thus far and are a perfect 11-0 at home.
  7. NASCAR: If it’s Sunday during the summer, there’s a NASCAR race on the weekend sports schedule. Today, it’s the NASCAR Cup Series at Richmond. Tyler Reddick starts in the pole and Martin Truex Jr. is the favorite at +450.

That’s a heckuva weekend sports schedule for July 30. Summer is normally a time when bettors just don’t have that many choices. Today, well, there are choices. Bet wisely and rack up the wins just like the guys on my leaderboard. Check back tomorrow and see how you compared to our pros. Until then…