MLB Service Plays & More – Daily Report – August 2

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Sports Hub is the home of the best MLB service plays in the industry. The great thing is that I can prove it. My daily report shows it every day. Here at Sports Hub headquarters in lovely Costa Rica, we are continuing to change the industry with absolute transparency. Take today as an example. 

You’ll read later on about Ross Walker, an exclusive Sports Hub handicapper, who went a perfect 3-0 on his baseball picks yesterday. You can actually sort the leaderboard using different criteria like baseball, for example. Over the last 30 days, for instance, Jhon Walsh has hit over 60 percent of his picks – some MLB service plays – and is up $1301. Remember, that’s just his MLB picks.

That’s what makes Sports Hub your new one-stop shop for everything sports betting. You’ll find the best cappers, the best picks, and the most trusted information in the industry. Need MLB service plays to make it a winning day? We got you covered? Want some more information on parlay picks? Yeah, we got that too.

MLB Service Plays Explained

For the younger generation, the term “MLB service plays” might confuse you. Don’t worry. It’s nothing too difficult to understand. Service plays is a term used to describe paid sports picks. If you have ever purchased picks from a handicapper, you have bought service plays. If you have purchased baseball picks, you have bought MLB service plays.

MLB Service Plays & More
MLB Service Plays at Sports Hub

Here at Sports Hub, we provide a ton of service plays – including MLB service plays – as well as free picks and computer picks. Remember, our computer picks are hitting at a 59 percent clip over the past four years. We have several cappers who are picking winners on a daily basis. Later, you’ll read about one of our best baseball handicappers. Because of our commitment to transparency, you’ll probably want to follow him for his MLB service plays. The guy just wins!

Sports Hub Cappers Top the Board Again

Another summer day, another run of Sports Hub expert handicappers getting it done. Ross Walker, who is a relative newcomer to the industry, is making the top of my leaderboard a home. The same could be said for Tonny Ricci, who I just mentioned and once again finds himself in a daily top-3.

It was a great day for the top-10 cappers on the board as nine of them put in at least two picks and went unbeaten. Working my way down the leaderboard, I see that the top 44 out of 50 handicappers all made a little something to make their pockets jingle.

Let’s see how the board looked yesterday.

MLB Service Plays & More
Yesterday’s Leaderboard – MLB Service Plays
  • $415: That’s how much Ross Walker cleared yesterday on two MLB picks and one soccer pick. Over the last three days, Ross is now 6-1 with his picks and is up $568. That puts him up $1170 over the last 30 days. Check out our MLB service plays for today. Ross has one in the system already.
  • Tonny Ricci: Tonny hit all three of his MLB picks and won $300. Bettors should check our MLB service plays daily as Tonny is our No. 2-ranked MLB handicapper. He’s got a couple for today in the system already. He’s 6-2 over the last three days and is up $602. That would be enough to get me to check him out!
  • Another SH expert: Gino Russo has been here before. Yesterday, he hit both of his MLB picks to win $210. He’s now up $807 for the week and $1268 for the last 30 days. 

There are already over two dozen MLB picks in the system for today’s games. Go to the Sports Hub member area, go to your Dashboard, and click on “Games.” Here, you will see all of the picks that have been put into our system by our handicappers. Many of these are MLB service plays and, as you can see, our Sports Hub experts are nailing these babies left and right!

Wednesday’s Sports Schedule

Yes, baseball is king once again with the entire league playing today or tonight. It’s summertime and it’s a Wednesday. All things considering, there is a decent amount of sports action today. Add in your NFL training camp news, and you’ve got plenty to be excited about.

MLB service plays
NFL training camps & MLB service plays

Here’s what is on the schedule today.

  1. Pitcher’s duel: Shane McClanahan (11-1, 3.00) takes on Gerrit Cole (9-2, 2.64) as the Rays and Yankees continue their series. All 30 MLB teams are in action again today. Sports Hub MLB service plays could put you over the top tonight. Just sayin’.
  2. World Cup: By the time you finish reading today’s report, the four matches scheduled for today will be over. That leaves just two more group state matches to be played on Thursday. Knockout round play begins on Saturday.
  3. WNBA: Just one game is on the schedule tonight. Dallas (14-11) travels to Seattle (6-19). The Wings are currently in fourth place and just a half-game ahead of Atlanta in the standings.
  4. Tennis: If you didn’t know, there are actually four tennis tournaments going on right now. One of them, the Mubadala Citi DC Open, is taking place in the U.S. Jennifer Brady won her first WTA match in two years there yesterday.

MLB Service Plays Trending

If there is one thing that Sports Hub handicappers have done this summer, it is absolutely crush MLB. That’s why you need to check out Sports Hub’s MLB service plays for the remainder of the season. Each day, you can check to see which of our cappers is offering picks. You’ll find dozens of baseball picks including MLB service plays from some of the best guys in the business.

While our handicappers are certainly trending, it’s important to stay on top of what is going on in the sports world. Speaking of MLB service plays, it just so happens that baseball is the big news. Yesterday marked the league’s trade deadline and some big names were moved at the last minute. The trade deadline wasn’t the only news either. 

Let’s take a look at what’s trending.

  • Baseball: The MLB trade deadline saw some serious movement. Justin Verlander is going back to Houston. The Orioles picked up Jack Flaherty from St. Louis among a number of moves just before yesterday’s deadline.
  • No-hitter: Framber Valdez threw 93 pitches last night and faced the minimum number of batters, 27, in picking up a 2-0 no-hit victory over Cleveland. Valdez walked one batter in the fifth inning who was later part of an Astros double play. Valdez had seven strikeouts and threw the third-fewest pitches in a no-hitter or perfect game in MLB history.
  • Dinger Derby: How about those Cubs? They beat Cincinnati yesterday, 20-9. Yes, 20-9! The Cubs hit seven home runs, including two by Dansby Swanson. The win puts the Cubs just four games behind the Reds in the NL Central and 3.5 games out of the wild card race.
  • Trade deadline winners: With the deadline now passed, Houston, Tampa Bay, the Cubs, Padres, and Marlins can consider themselves big winners. The latter portion of the season will tell us who the big winner is. You can be a winner when you use MLB service plays the rest of this season. If you haven’t already, join Sports Hub to gain access to daily free picks, computer picks, and more!