The Best MLB Handicappers in the World

After the conclusion of an anticlimactic NBA Finals, and an action packed Stanley Cup Playoffs, the boys of summer take center stage. That’s right baseball fans, it’s that time of year again. With the exception of some fringe sports like golf, tennis and soccer, Major League Baseball is now the only show in town.

Here at Capper Reviews, we have an All Star roster packed with arguably the Best MLB Handicappers in the World. The beauty of betting on baseball is that it’s such a long season, with a full slate of games almost every day all summer long. This makes it easier to separate the creme from the top, the wheat from the chaff or the men from the boys.

It’s usually ill advised to make a judgement based on short term results, and that’s why we normally promote handicappers with a long history of winning. The baseball season is seven month long stretch, and when the smoke clears most pros have handicapped close to 500 games. While some might find this a daunting task, others see it as a golden opportunity to line their wallets with the bookmaker’s money.

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Top MLB Handicappers 2019

Things can change from year to year, and sometimes new faces rise to the top, while old dogs die hard. While there is still plenty of baseball yet to be played, there are a few handicappers than have separated themselves from the crowd. Have a look at our top money earners with Major League Baseball in 2019:

RankHandicapperProfitROIWin PCTW-LAvg. OddsSc Score
1Chip Chirimbes$2,709+16.8%62.2%84-51-11521.12
2Art Aronson$2,620+17.1%64.9%74-40-12322.61
3Scott Rickenbach$1,547+14.4%60.4%55-36-11012.02
4Ben Burns$1,411+7.8%62.9%78-46-1395.84
5Will Rogers$1,229+8.9%63.0%58-34-1384.93
6Mike Lundin$1,030+6.7%56.7%72-55-1114.28
7Bryan Power$760+5.0%58.0%65-47-1290.66
8Stephen Nover$594+9.0%58.2%32-23-1065.02
9Trev Rogers$464+5.4%56.3%40-31-1161.00
10Jim Feist$243+1.7%52.2%60-55-1050.21
11Jesse Schule$3+0.0%58.5%62-44-1390.02

MLB Hot Streaks

Betting on sports can be a tricky business, and handicappers often experience hot and cold streaks throughout the season. Sometimes it can pay to ride the hot hand, following an expert who is on a good run. Here are our hottest handicappers with Major League Baseball over the last seven, 30 and 60 days:

Scott Rickenbach$718+49.6%76.9%10-3
Jimmy Boyd$494+27.2%55.6%10-8
Trev Rogers$161+14.1%60.0%6-4
Zack Cimini$155+20.7%57.1%4-3
Art Aronson$13+0.6%52.9%9-8
Chip Chirimbes$1,918+21.9%66.2%47-24
Ben Burns$942+9.8%63.8%44-25
Trev Rogers$687+18.1%62.5%20-12
Scott Rickenbach$614+10.4%58.3%28-20
Art Aronson$597+7.1%59.0%36-25
Doc's Sports$503+18.1%66.7%14-7
Stephen Nover$313+8.7%58.6%17-12
Jesse Schule$253+4.6%61.1%22-14
Matt Fargo$195+4.8%52.9%18-16
Jim Feist$26+0.3%52.5%32-29
Chip Chirimbes$2,709+16.8%62.2%84-51
Art Aronson$2,620+17.1%64.9%74-40
Scott Rickenbach$1,547+14.4%60.4%55-36
Ben Burns$1,536+8.6%63.4%78-45
Will Rogers$1,229+8.9%63.0%58-34
Mike Lundin$1,030+6.7%56.7%72-55
Bryan Power$760+5.0%58.0%65-47
Stephen Nover$594+9.0%58.2%32-23
Trev Rogers$464+5.4%56.3%40-31
Jim Feist$243+1.7%52.2%60-55