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Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 2:41 PM

By Kelso Sturgeon

The National League is the -125 favorite to win its fourth straight Major League Baseball All Star Game as it faces the American League for the 83rd time in this American classic. The NL leads the series 43-38, with one ridiculous 7-7 tie in 2002, and has captured the last three by scores of 3-1, 5-1 and last year, 8-0.

Baseball first offered the All-Star game in 1933 and the American League dominated the series by a 12-4 margin in the first 16 games. The National League moved into the dominate role, beginning in 1950 and continuing through 1987, during which it went 33-9-1.

While the NL has won the last three games, the AL won the previous 7.

Handicappers need to note the teams have averaged 8.3 runs in the last 10 and 6.0 runs in the last four. The over/under on Tuesday night's game is 8-a number that will certainly challenge bettors.

For the record I am 6-1 on sides in the last seven games and a perfect 3-0 with totals since I started offer the latter three years ago. There are always extra challenges in handicapping the MLB All-Star Game but it most certainly is a game that bettors can beat-and I am confident I will again to that.

I am releasing the All-Star Game as a 50-unit side/total parlay-20 units on the side, 20 units on the total and then the 10-unit parlay. You can go 3-0 with me Tuesday night for just $25, charged to your major credit. The game will be played at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets, will be televised nationally on FOX and will begin at approximately 8:14 P.M. Eastern Time.

100-Unit Play Kicks Off 2nd Half Of Season Friday Night

Regular season play resumes Friday night with a full 15-game schedule that features the first game of several important three-game series that find the Pittsburgh Pirates (56-37) at the Cincinnati Reds (53-42), the New York Yankees (51-44) at the Boston Red Sox (58-39), the Tampa Bay Rays (55-41) at the Toronto Blue Jays (45-49) and the Oakland Athletics (56-39) at the Los Angeles Angels (44-49).

I intend to begin the second season in the same manner as I ended the first that led up to the All-Star game, launching it with another 100-unit winner and my second straight winning 50-unit parlay.

Results That Closed 1st Half

Personal Best Club
100 Units: Cardinals (-150) 10, Cubs 6 (Win)

Chairman's Club 50-Unit Side/Total Parlay
20 Units: Phillies (-165) 4, White Sox 3 (Win)
20 Units: Mariners (-125) 4, Angels 3 (Win)
10 Units: Parlay Of Phillies and Mariners (Win)

When baseball resumes Friday night, you have the opportunity to kick if off with another winning 100-unit Personal Best Play and another winning 50-unit 2-team parlay, both available on this website or toll free at 1-800-755-2255. All major credit cards accepted.

Complete Dominance Of World Of 100-Unit Winners

I am dominating the world of big-game, 100-unit baseball winners for one basic reason. Under my baseball handicapping formula that grades the chances of a team to win, a team must have a 100% chance to win to qualify at the 100-unit level. My record speaks for itself, 9-2 with my last 11 releases.

100-Unit Games Go
7/14-100 Units...Cardinals (-150) 10, Cubs (Win)
7/13-100 Units...Yankees (-150) 1, Twins 4 (Lose)
7/12-100 Units...Rays (-1.5 Runs -145) 1, Astros 2 (Lose)
7/11-100 Units...Dodgers (-155) 6, Rockies 1 (Win)
7/10-100 Units...Angels (-130) 13, Cubs 2 (Win)
7/9-100 Units...Rays (-165) 4, Twins 1 (Win)
7/8-100 Units...Rays (-150) 7, Twins 4 (Win)
7/7-100 Units...Blue Jays (-165) 11, Twins 5 (Win)
7/6-100 Units...Tigers (-145) 9, Indians 4 (Win)
7/5-100 Units...Phillies (-145) 5, Braves 4 (Win)
7/4-100 Units...Rays 7, Astros 5 (Win)

All these games are released to my Personal Best Baseball Investment Club members and it is my suggestion you join the club for a very modest seasonal price and save yourself a fortune. Of course you can still purchase the games for $50 each day.

NFL Training Camps Open In 7 Days

National Football League training camps open in seven day and the post-season kickoff Hall of Fame Game that matches the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys is just 22 days down the road. In other words the football season is here and with it comes the opportunity to sign up for all my football services for generous early-bird prices. All who purchase any football service (all listed on this website) will receive ABSOLIUTELY FREE THE ENTIRE NFL PRE-SEASON AND THE REST OF MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL RIGHT THROUGH THE WORLD SERIES.

 You can sign up on this websiteor toll free at 1-800-755-2255.

Here's a full list of training camp dates for each NFL team:

American Football Conference

Ravens: Rookies report July 21; Veterans report July 24
Bills: Rookies report July 22; Veterans report July 27
Bengals: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24
Browns: Rookies report July 19; Veterans report July 24
Broncos: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24
Texans: Rookies report July 21; Veterans report July 25
Colts: Rookies report July 23; Veterans report July 27
Jaguars: Rookies report July 25; Veterans report July 25
Chiefs: Rookies report July 22; Veterans report July 25
Dolphins: Rookies report July 20; Veterans report July 20
Patriots: Rookies report July 21; Veterans report July 25
Jets: Rookies report July 22; Veterans report July 25
Raiders: Rookies report July 25; Veterans report July 25
Steelers: Rookies report July 26; Veterans report July 26
Chargers: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24
Titans: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24

National Football Conference

Cardinals: Rookies report July 23; Veterans report July 25
Falcons: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24
Panthers: Rookies report July 21; Veterans report July 25
Bears: Rookies report July 25; Veterans report July 25
Cowboys: Rookies report July 20; Veterans report July 20
Lions: Rookies report July 22; Veterans report July 25
Packers: Rookies report July 25; Veterans report July 25
Vikings: Rookies report July 25; Veterans report July 25
Saints: Rookies report July 18; Veterans report July 25
Giants: Rookies report July 26; Veterans report July 26
Eagles: Rookies report July 22; Veterans report July 25
Rams: Rookies report July 21; Veterans report July 24
49ers: Rookies report July 19; Veterans report July 24
Seahawks: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24
Buccaneers: Rookies report July 17; Veterans report July 24
Redskins: Rookies report July 24; Veterans report July 24

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