SportsLine's principal data engineer, Stephen specializes in sports simulations, projections and advanced statistical analysis. He is a co-founder of AccuScore. Stephen, whose NCAA Tournament upset bracket called 12 of the 18 double-digit seed upsets in the first round the past three years, destroyed the books as SportsLine's No. 1 expert in the 2016-17 college hoops season. Bettors wagering $100 on his CBB picks profited nearly $3,000. For Stephen Oh media inquiries, contact SportsLine@CBSInteractive.com.
LAST 125 MLB PICKS
76-49 IN LAST 125 MLB PICKS | +2475
Jason Vargas has been up and down this season for the Mets, who started 11-1 and are now 11 games under .500. Still, they should keep it close at home against Dodgers starter Rich Hill, possessor of an unsightly 4.99 ERA. Don't be surprised if New York wins this one outright, but let's play it safe and take the Mets on the run line.
5-3 IN LAST 8 N.Y. METS ATS PICKS | +33
Despite the 10 runs the Orioles hung on the Braves Friday night, Baltimore has struggled mightily to show any offensive consistency. Expect Atlanta starter Brandon McCarthy to keep Manny Machado and company in check on Sunday, while O's starter David Hess limits the Braves. The projections show this game's total topping out at around 7.5 64 percent of the time. The smart play is on the Under.
5-1 IN LAST 6 BALTIMORE O/U PICKS | +395
My projections show starters Clay Buchholz and Trevor Williams having solid Sunday outings, but the Pirates' bullpen outpitching the Diamondbacks'. The trusty simulations indicate Pittsburgh winning this game nearly two-thirds of the time. Back the Buccos.
4-0 IN LAST 4 PITTSBURGH ML PICKS | +472
The Mets' bats, which were frightfully silent for a good three-week period, finally began to boom in the final half of their recent 10-game road trip. Unfortunately, their pitching couldn't keep up, dropping the Amazin's to 10 games below .500. On Saturday, it's a great matchup of Clayton Kershaw vs. Jacob deGrom. While both starters are projected to have excellent outings, Kershaw gets the better of deGrom as the Mets' bats are muffled yet again. The simulations reveal the Dodgers winning this contest 67 percent of the time by nearly a run and a half. Back the underdog Dodgers.
13-7 IN LAST 20 L.A. DODGERS ML PICKS | +578
This is an example of two teams heading in opposite directions. The A's had won five straight games entering Friday night's twin-bill finale and the Sox had dropped eight straight. Dating back to last season, Chicago has lost its last six against Oakland and allowing 55 runs during that span -- more than nine per game. Throw in the A's winning six of the previous eight road starts by Daniel Mengden, and not surprisingly, the simulations show Oakland winning this one nearly two-thirds of the time.
6-0 IN LAST 6 OAKLAND ML PICKS | +643
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