College baseball is almost in mid-season form as teams start to roll in conference play, and solidly their teams and roles.
After a Friday afternoon loss to number five Arkansas, last weekend, LSU came back and swept the Razorbacks on Saturday in dominant fashion to remain number one in the country.
Dylan Crews continues to show he is the best player in college baseball, and his teammate Paul Skenes is giving him a run for his money as the number 1 overall pick in June’s MLB draft.
The Tigers look strong, and this week will be another incredible test— first taking on Grambling mid-week, and then number 10 Tennessee comes into town for a weekend showdown.
LSU (+500) and Tennessee (+750) are the two favorites to win the National Championship according to DraftKings Sports Book coming into the week.
Mid-week games this week are a little tricky, but there a few games I like the statistical numbers for and are going to make some picks.
So far, on the college baseball season we are 69-49, profiting north of $6,000.
My betting style may be unusual, but there are still not many sports books offering college baseball games, and I feel like we can take advantage of certain opportunities.
On Tuesday, I am going with six picks, all ML since there are not any run lines available.
I tend to lean towards teams playing at home, coming off a weekend win/sweep, and/or have a solid mid-week starter.
Here are the picks— parlay them how you wish that give the best odds.
I suggest 2-3 picks max, per parlay.
I like East Carolina (-285), Kentucky (-350), Arkansas (-950), Texas (-105), West Virginia (-425), Oklahoma State (-175).
Kentucky, Oklahoma State, and Texas are on the road, but both Texas and Kentucky are red-hot, and I really like Oklahoma’s State match-up stats-wise against DBU, and they’ve beat them 20-4 earlier this year (although it was at home).
East Carolina is my least confident pick, so if there was a game to face, pick that one. ECU is undefeated during weekend series’ this year, with all their loses coming mid-week.
Scares me a little, but I trust Cliff Godwin to get his troops ready and trust he understands the importance of not losing mid-week games.
Wednesday’s slate is a little bear, sports book-wise, and I won’t be taking too much action, more than likely.
But I am a degen, so check out discord if you’re interested in my live picks.
Georgia hosts Georgia Southern, and is -175 favorite, but just came off a weekend loss against South Carolina and I am a little hesitant to take that play.
I may parlay with something in the NBA tonight to have some action, but will most likely sit out Wednesday to be ready for the weekend.
Check back for the weekend preview and my thoughts on the LSU/Tennessee weekend.
Enjoy, bet responsibly.