Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Streak Journal: Does ESPN try to trick you with MLB Picks?





ESPN’s Streak For Cash posted 59 MLB picks (4/21-4/27) this past week to add to the 76 games I logged in the first week (4/14-4/20).

After analyzing the numbers from week two alone and the numbers as a whole, I was left with the question “Does the Streakmaster purposely pick games he thinks will stump the public?”

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Monday, April 21, 2014

Streak Journal: MLB Picks will be the death of me

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After a temporary hiatus from my weekly column, Streak Journal, I decided to delve back in to my joy for statistics and analysis. My victim this time around is straight up MLB picks because they are plentiful and very statistical based, meaning I can quickly obtain many parameters with minimal calculations and clicks of my mouse.

Another advantage to there being so many MLB props, I’ve decided to keep a running tally for the season and write a couple of articles a week to better inform streakers on the props they are choosing. Hopefully my research and analysis leads to more GREENS!

Over the first week of analysis, I looked at a whopping 76 MLB props on ESPN’s Streak for the Cash!

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Friday, April 4, 2014

Can the Wisconsin Badgers match up with Big Bad Kentucky? (backcourt edition)

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The Final Four is here and the most interesting question in Texas this weekend is whether Bo Ryan's Wisconsin Badgers can match up with John Calipari's Big Bad Kentucky Wildcats.

It's the cliché "contrast of styles" with one side yielding experience versus the new "Fab 5" of freshman.

Yesterday, we looked at the frontcourt. Today, we match up Kentucky's uber-talented guards versus Wisconsin's experience and depth in the backcourt.

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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Can the Wisconsin Badgers match up with Big Bad Kentucky? (frontcourt edition)

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The Final Four is here and the most interesting question in Texas this weekend is whether Bo Ryan's Wisconsin Badgers can match up with John Calipari's Big Bad Kentucky Wildcats.

It's the cliché "contrast of styles" with one side yielding experience versus the new "Fab 5" of freshman.

In part one of a two-part series, we take a look at Kentucky's lengthy frontcourt up against the Wisconsin's versatile forwards.

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