We believe of all the sports, baseball is going to benefit the most from legalized betting. Going to a Major League ballgame in the summer is truly an American pastime and when you add betting to the equation we believe even more people will go to the ballpark. But betting on baseball is extremely difficult. To be good at it and win consistently is a full-time job. It takes hours and hours of handicapping to be successful and if you don’t put in the time you will get destroyed. It’s summertime and no one wants to spend their precious free time handicapping baseball. That’s where the MLB Handicappers on our Top 5 MLB Handicappers list come in. This is by far the most competitive list to get on because there are so many Top Rated MLB Handicappers.

    Our Best MLB Handicappers make more money than the best handicappers in any of the other sports. And it’s not even close. The Top 5 MLB handicappers in 2018 had a combined profit of $27,094, which was $8,000 more than The Top 10 of the NFL that year. We suggest trying out a couple of MLB Cappers before committing to one long term. Choosing the best MLB handicapper for you is the goal. Our Top 5 MLB Handicappers page is updated monthly. Handicappers will go up and down the list (or in and out) periodically. Be sure to read the capper bios and Handicapper Review Pages carefully. Good luck to everyone and bet responsibly. If you would like to check out our MLB Money Leaderboards CLICK HERE

    Top 5 MLB HandicappersĀ 

    1 Sal Michaels

    2 Cole Faxon

    3 Bobby Wing

    4 Ryan Worden

    5 Kevin Young