Where to Find Expert Sports Handicappers – October 4


Sports Hub has the largest collection of expert sports handicappers of any betting-related website in the industry. While it’s great to say that we have more expert sports handicappers than anyone else, we can also boast that our cappers do the one thing that bettors are looking for the most – win! Day after day here in my daily report, I show you how our handicappers performed. And day after day, they keep winning.

Where to Find Expert Sports Handicappers
Home of Expert Sports Handicappers Picks

Take yesterday’s leaderboard as an example. Our top three expert sports handicappers are names that faithful readers recognize – Ben Miller, Tonny Ricci, and James Acker. If you go to the SportsHub members’ area, you can look through a number of leaderboards. You will find these guys among the best of the best in multiple categories – 7-day, 14-day, 30-day, MLB, NFL, and so on. When asked where you can find the best expert sports handicappers in the industry, the answer is always Sports Hub.

Our Expert Sports Handicappers Come Through Again

If you were fortunate enough to have used our top three’s expert sports handicappers picks yesterday, you would have gone 10-0 and won $1152. Most of the winning predictions were MLB postseason picks. If you are in the business of winning, there are already a dozen or so baseball picks for tonight’s MLB playoff games. I mean, why wouldn’t you want expert sports handicappers picks from guys who consistently win? 

Now, our top three expert sports handicappers weren’t the only ones who were winners yesterday. There were plenty of those. In fact, take a look at yesterday’s leaderboard. The top 28 cappers all made at least $100. This is why I can say that we do, indeed, have the top expert sports handicappers in the industry.

Let’s take a good look at yesterday’s leaderboard.

Where to Find Expert Sports Handicappers
Expert Sports Handicappers Rule the Leaderboard
  1. Big Ben is back: If you don’t know Ben Miller, you should. Ben is among the top expert sports handicappers here at Sports Hub. You can go back 30, 60, even 90 days and you’ll find Ben among the leaders. That’s consistency. Yesterday, he went 4-0 and won $425. Over the last two weeks, Ben is up $1757!
  2. Sports Hub’s No. 5 MLB expert: Looking for picks for tonight’s MLB postseason games? Tonny Ricci is our fifth-ranked MLB capper. Yesterday, he went 3-0, all on MLB playoff games. He won $365, which gives him a three-day total $611 and $1223 for the week. In the last week, Tonny is 14-2 overall.
  3. No. 6: Tonny is our No. 5 MLB capper and James Acker comes in at No. 6. Yesterday, James hit all three of his MLB playoff picks and won $362. Over the past week, James is 11-3 and his winnings total $878. When we say we have the best expert sports handicappers in the business, we’re not kidding.

Why You Should Choose Our Expert Sports Handicappers

Our top three from yesterday is just a small example of the talent here at SportsHub. And remember, you can find a handicapper to fit your needs for just about anything. For example, we’ll say you’re a soccer bettor. You can search our expert sports handicappers for those that focus on soccer. You’ll find a guy named Geovanny Araya. He is actually leading our 30-day leaderboard right now with over $1500 in winnings. 

Maybe you like to bet totals, regardless of the sport. We have expert sports handicappers that only bet on game totals. The Totals Guru is 18-5 over the last month with winnings of $1220. Imagine doing a simple search on Sports Hub to find the best totals handicappers. If you would have found Totals Guru 30 days ago, you’d be up $1220!

Where to Find Expert Sports Handicappers
Sports Hub Helps You Win

Ben Miller, who we saw at the top of today’s leaderboard, is up $1151 for the month. SWJ Sports, another Sports Hub expert, is up $1149 and specializes in MMA picks. Look, I could go on and on, but the bottom line is this. Sports Hub has the absolute largest collection of expert sports handicappers that consistently provides wins. If I had a mic right now, I’d drop it.

What’s Trending

I always take a moment in my daily report to point out some of the trending sports news. Since it is MLB playoff time, there is some trending baseball news. How about the whole Trevor Bauer thing? That’s pretty ugly, but the Phillies pulling off a big win last night was not. How about an LPGA star in a PGA event? There’s more too.

Here’s what’s trending in today’s sports world.

  • Rolls Royce: If you don’t know the Twins’ Royce Lewis, you should. The rookie hit two home runs in Minnesota’s 3-1 win over Toronto yesterday. It was the Twins first postseason win in 19 years. 
  • Red October: Nick Castellanos went 2-for-4 with 2 doubles and an RBI to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-1 win over Miami in Game 1 of their NL wild card series yesterday.
  • Upset special: Arizona pounded Milwaukee starter Corbin Burnes and pulled off the Game 1 upset, beating the Brewers 6-3. The DBacks can win the series with a win tonight. Zac Gallen, who is 17-9 with a 3.47 ERA, gets the start for Arizona.
  • Sloppy Rays: Tampa Bay committed four errors and ended up a 4-0 loser to Texas in Game 1 of their AL wild card series. The Rays set a record for playoff attendance. It was the smallest Tampa Bay crowd to ever watch a postseason game.
  • Asian Games: If you didn’t know, the Asian Games are going on right now in China. As the name implicates, only Asian nations are competing. Today will be Day 12 of competition.
  • Trevor Bauer: Ok, so this is ugly…sad even. Former Dodgers star pitcher Trevor Bauer was accused of some pretty bad stuff…sexual assault. Bauer sued the woman who accused him for defamation. The whole thing finally came to an end this week when both sides dropped their respective suits. What’s coming out now is how the woman orchestrated the whole thing. Hopefully, Bauer is back playing baseball next season.
  • Shriners Children’s Open: Lexi Thompson will become the seventh woman to tee it up against the men. She was invited to play in the Shriners Children’s Open, which will start on Oct. 12 in Las Vegas. Thompson has made history before. She is the youngest woman (16) to win an LPGA event and, at age 12, she became the youngest woman to ever qualify for the US Women’s Open.

What’s on Tap Today

What a great day for sports! So, I know it’s Wednesday, but sometimes Wednesday’s can provide a giant menu of sporting activities. Today is one of those days. We have the MLB postseason, of course. Game 2 in all the wild card series takes place today. Then, we are treated to some mid-week college football. If you want to get yourself ready for all of the week’s college football, visit our Week 6 NCAA football picks page. 

It’s going to be a great day. If you are looking for more betting wins, don’t forget to check out our expert sports handicappers in the Sports Hub members’ area. I don’t know about you, but our top three from yesterday were pretty hot. James Acker and Ben Miller are a combined 30-9 with winnings over $2100 with their MLB picks over the last 14 days. Just sayin’.

Here’s a look at today’s sports schedule.

  1. MLB playoffs: There are four games once again in today’s MLB postseason. All Game 2s in both leagues’ wild card series. Will any of them end today or will yesterday’s losers battle back to force a deciding Game 3? Either way, hit up our expert sports handicappers for today’s MLB picks.
  2. Mid-week college football: Conference USA gives us a double dose of mid-week NCAA football. Jacksonville State, one of the newest members of FBS, takes on Middle Tennessee. Florida International is at New Mexico State in the other game. There are expert sports handicappers picks for both games in the members’ area.
  1. Mid-week MLS: The other football is also on the schedule. There are 12 MLS matches scheduled for tonight. Inter Miami CF hosts the Chicago Fire. Lionel Messi is listed as day-to-day. He has not played in four of his team’s last five matches.
  2. More soccer: There is a lot of international soccer on the schedule. Check the schedule for your favorite leagues or simply go to the Sports Hub members’ area to see what Geovanny Araya is picking. He’s one of our expert sports handicappers who is crushing his soccer picks.
  3. Tennis: Men’s tennis continues in the China Open and the Rolex Shanghai Masters. Carlos Alcaraz was upset in the China Open. The women’s China Open also continues today. Jessica Pegula was upset and eliminated. No. 2 seed Iga Swiatek advanced. No. 3 Coco Gauff plays today.
  4. NHL: The NHL’s preseason continues with five games today. The preseason will conclude on Saturday. Teams begin the 2023-24 regular season on Tuesday, October 10. 

For a Wednesday in October, you have to admit there is a lot on the sports schedule. That means there are plenty of betting opportunities out there. It also means that Sports Hub’s expert sports handicappers will have a ton of picks for today’s sporting events. Members already have access to these picks. If you’re not a member, become one…now! Click the orange JOIN NOW button at the top of this page. In a matter of minutes, you’ll be a Sports Hub member with access to all of our expert sports handicappers picks. 

Bring it on back tomorrow and see the consistency of our expert sports handicappers. There is no other site out there that can say it has the largest collection of experts that consistently produces wins. That’s why you need to keep coming back. See you tomorrow.