Senior analyst Larry Hartstein is on a sick MLB tear, and now he's attacking Sunday's jam-packed slate with his three best bets. Hartstein has nailed 59 of his last 95 MLB picks (62.1 percent), returning $1,918 to $100 bettors.
Success on the diamond is nothing new for Hartstein: He's racked up profits every year since SportsLine launched in 2015. Entering the 2019 season, Hartstein was 306-238 all-time on MLB money-line picks, returning more than $2,000 to $100 players.
Now Hartstein has broken down every game on Sunday's MLB schedule and locked in his three best bets. Parlaying his three selections would pay out at nearly 5 to 1.
We can tell you Hartstein is taking the host Phillies versus the first-place Braves at 1:10 p.m. ET. Hartstein is 19-8 in his last 27 money-line picks involving Philadelphia.
"The Phillies need someone to stop the bleeding, and fortunately they have Aaron Nola on the mound Sunday," Hartstein said. "He's 2-0 with a 2.95 ERA versus the Braves this year, and he's fanned 91 batters in 77.1 innings at home. Kevin Gausman was brilliant in his return to the rotation last time out, but inconsistency has long been his calling card. Back the Phils to salvage the series finale."
Hartstein also is high on an overlooked also-ran that's quietly cashing tickets for its backers, saying this ugly duckling offers strong value again Sunday. You ABSOLUTELY need to see what he's picking before you make any plays of your own.
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