Join Our Team at Sports Hub – Daily Report – July 22

Today, I’m thinking that you might want to join our team. I didn’t just pop up overnight. Sports Hub and I were created after numerous meetings, emails, texts, Skype calls, and flights by a strong team of individuals.

It takes a village, right? Right now, Sports Hub is a small team of experts in the industry. As we grow – and we are going to grow! – we will need more like-minded, self-motivated sports enthusiasts to join our team. We will make Sports Hub a household name.

Visit the Join Our Team Page

If you have any interest whatsoever, check out the Join Our Team page. From the Sports Hub home page, hover over Support. That will open a drop-down menu. From the drop-down menu, click on Join Our Team.

Join Our Team - Start Your Career in Sports
Join Our Team – Start Your Career in Sports

We need help in a wide variety of areas. Sports Hub needs everything from software developers and social media influencers to customer service reps and marketing professionals. 

Of course, we’ll also need sports handicappers. Becoming a handicapper is an opportunity that I will expand upon very soon. Be sure to come back and check that out. 

The bottom line is this. We need bright, skilled, self-motivated individuals who take pride in their work. If you ever dreamed of a career in the sports world, this is it. Do what you love on a daily basis. Stop working for the man and join our team!

Content Creators Join Our Team

Just to give you an idea of what is available…content is a huge need. We produce top quality sports betting content on a daily basis. Have you checked out our betting blog?

We need writers that can produce content for all sports. If you know how to use WordPress or have SEO experience, that’s a huge plus. We want you to join our team and be part of the growth of Sports Hub. 

If it’s something that interests you, don’t forget to go to the Join Our Team page and get started. It will be the best career move you ever make.

Yesterday on the Leaderboard

Now, back to the nuts and bolts of our daily report. If you ever thought about becoming a handicapper, you could join our team and find yourself the subject of one of my daily reports.

As for yesterday, Seth Cohen had the hot hand. He’s actually been pretty hot for the last two weeks.

Let’s check out yesterday’s leaderboard.

Sports Hub leaderboard for yesterday
Sports Hub leaderboard for yesterday
  • 5-0: Seth is a member of our Sports Hub team. He is an expert capper who proved it yesterday by nailing all five of his MLB picks. He topped the board with winnings of $508. That gives him a 14-day total of $796 profit.
  • Jhon Walsh: Jhon is another member of our expert team of cappers. He went a perfect 3-0 yesterday, also on baseball picks. He pocketed $340.
  • New guy: Jacob Hoffman went 3-0 yesterday and won $310. He’s back at it already with a UFC pick for tonight already in the system.
  • Sal is back: Sal Lombardi, your favorite old-school wise guy, is back on the board. Sal went 4-1 on his MLB picks yesterday and won $308. When the NHL rolls around again later in the year, Sal is your guy. He’s the No. 1-ranked NHL capper at Sports Hub.

Trending in Sports  -Want to Join Our Team?

While the sports schedule is nothing like it is during football and basketball season, there are plenty of things happening. If you’re a sports bettor, it pays to keep your finger on the pulse of the sports world. If you’re someone that regularly follows sports, no matter what or where it is, you need to join our team! We’re legit a bunch of sports addicts.

Let’s take a look at what is trending in sports.

  • Rappin’ at FAMU: Florida A&M suspended all football activities while it investigates how rapper Real Boston Richey shot video from inside the team’s locker room and used some of the team’s players. The song contains explicit lyrics and Richey was not authorized to use FAMU’s locker room.
  • Cash money: The NFL’s top draft pick in 2023, QB Bryce Young of Carolina, signed his rookie contract yesterday. The deal is worth a cool $37.9 million. It’s not Sports Hub money, but it’ll do. LOL
  • Another Bryce: How about the Phillies’ Bryce Harper? He started at first base for the first time in his career, went 1-for-4 with a walk and a run scored, when Philly beat Cleveland last night. For the month, Harper is batting .333 with 6 doubles, a homer, and 6 RBIs.
  • U.S. women: Team USA beat Vietnam 3-0 in its first match in the women’s World Cup. Sophia Smith scored twice. Team USA will play the Netherlands on July 26.
  • Messi in Miami: Lionel Messi came off the bench to score on a free kick for the game-winning goal in Inter Miami’s 2-1 win over Cruz Azul in a Leagues Cup match.
  • Messy in Miami: Also in Miami, the Marlins have dropped seven straight games. Miami has given up 5 or 6 runs in all seven games and got swept by Baltimore and St. Louis. They dropped the first game of their current series with Colorado 6-1. The Marlins are now tied for second place in the NL East with Philadelphia.

Saturday’s Sports Schedule

It’s just another Saturday in July. You always have baseball on the schedule, but other than that, the day’s sports schedule is kind of thin.

While you’re trying to figure out what to watch or what to bet on, you might want to join our team…or at least think about it. It can’t hurt.

Here’s what is on Saturday’s sports schedule.

  1. CFL: Week 7 continues with Saskatchewan (3-2) at the BC Lions (4-1). Toronto beat Hamilton last night to remain unbeaten at 5-0.
  2. The Open: Brian Harman (who?) leads The Open Championship after shooting 67-65 for a two-round total of 132. He has a 5-shot lead entering today’s third round.
  3. WNBA: There are four games on the league’s schedule today. It starts off with Connecticut at Atlanta in the afternoon and the day ends with Chicago at Seattle later tonight.
  4. World Cup: The Women’s World Cup continues today with three matches: Zambia vs. Japan, England vs. Haiti, and Denmark vs. China.

That wraps it up for today. Use today’s report to win more today. You can also use it to join our team. Give it some thought. You might be just the person we are looking for.

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Joe Berra
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Joe takes care of the bits and pieces that sometimes slip through the cracks of the sports world. Efficiency and consistency is what makes different. JB helps keep Sports Hub’s content fresh and exciting, managing its many authors. From the New York area, Joe knew he had a knack for sports betting when his uncle was always asking him which side he was on as a young boy. His meticulous approach to the numbers formed his career path as a professional handicapper. Joe is sometimes called Jimmy Bagpipes, JB or Mr. B.