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MLB expert looks to continue winning ways with Friday's best bets

SportsLine data expert Stephen Oh is on a 61-percent hot streak picking MLB. Now he looks to continue the torrid streak with Friday's picks.
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Using his trusty projection model as a guide, SportsLine data scientist Stephen Oh has locked in three confident picks for Friday's MLB slate, and they offer massive parlay payout.

The renowned co-founder of Accuscore, Oh brought in more than $1,100 profit to those wagering $100 on his MLB picks last season, and he's really crushing it in 2019, currently on a 96-62 heater (61 percent), taking in more than $3,100 to $100 bettors in a short amount of time. Now, Oh has crunched the numbers for all of Friday's games using his projection model and has posted his three best bets. Parlaying his three selections will pay out more than 4-1!

We can tell you Oh is going with the Cleveland Indians (-199) at home against the Detroit Tigers. He has hit 24 of his last 33 picks involving Detroit and 29 of his last 47 picks involving Cleveland.

"My model says the Indians win this game 80 percent of the time, so Cleveland provides excellent value even at this price," Oh told SportsLine. "Friday night's starter Trevor Bauer shut out these Tigers on four hits while striking out eight and walking none just five days ago. And Detroit starter Matthew Boyd has been hit hard over his last three games. Take the Indians with confidence."

Oh and his computer model have also found a key x-factor that has him all over a road team on Friday. You ABSOLUTELY need to see what he's picking before you make any plays of your own.

So which MLB picks should you make on Friday? And which road team do you need to be all-in on? ... Join SportsLine right now to get Friday's MLB best bets, all from the data scientist who's crushing MLB picks this season!

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