The American League looks to continue its recent domination of the MLB All-Star Game when it battles the National League at Progressive Field in Cleveland on Tuesday. The NL will be out to snap a six-game losing streak. Bookmakers list the AL as a -120 favorite and the NL at even money.
Before locking in a 2019 All-Star Game pick of your own, you'll want to see what expert handicapper Adam Thompson picked.
Thompson raked in the winnings as SportsLine's top MLB handicapper last season, hitting on 61 percent of his money line picks for a massive profit of $4,062 to $100 players. He finished last year on a 22-4 run, a streak that included hitting every World Series game. And over the last two-plus weeks, he's hit on 67 percent of his picks.
Thompson, who covered major sports for 20 years as a writer and columnist before joining SportsLine as a senior writer and handicapper, cites deeply-researched stats and trends you haven't considered to build his MLB success. Anyone who has followed his MLB picks is way, way up.
Now he's dialed in on NL vs. AL in the MLB All-Star Game 2019 and says one side of the money line has all the value. You ABSOLUTELY need to see which one it is before locking in your own picks.
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