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Big Al McMordie is a featured handicapper on national television and radio programs. Since 1992, Big Al has put together 18 winning years of 23, and has garnered an awesome 39 NUMBER ONE AWARDS in Football, Basketball, and Baseball. Al won the prestigious 2004 Stardust Football handicapping championship, and is the most honored technical handicapper in the country.
Al McMordie is the most honored technical handicapper in the country.

Some highlights: In 2012, Big Al ranked #1 in the NFL, with a 76.7% record on his Late Phone Service, as documented by The Sports Monitor. Of course, Al’s not one to rest on his laurels, and was 189-134 in Pro Football in 2013-2014.

In 2007, Big Al won the $100,000 World Series of Sports Handicapping, and also finished #1 in March Madness.

In 2004, Al won the most prestigious handicapping contest in Las Vegas -- The Stardust Invitational.

Overall, in the last 23 years, Big Al has garnered 39 NUMBER ONE awards in Football, Basketball, Baseball and Hockey; 162 Top 5 finishes; and 315 Top 10 finishes. Al is a featured handicapper both on National TV and Radio, as well as at the most prestigious gambling web sites. Additionally, in 2002, Big Al was featured in FHM Magazine, and he was featured in ESPN Magazine in 2010.

In 2000, Al was 157-114 in football, including 10-0 (100%) in the NFL Playoffs. Al has won 16 of his 23 football seasons. Another highlight of Al's career came in 1997, when Big Al was ranked #1 by SPORTS WATCH in College Football/NFL Win Percentage and #1 in College Football Regular Season/Bowls by THE SPORTS MONITOR. Al has one of the best basketball records over the past 23 seasons (winning 18 of 23 seasons), and was ranked #1 in baseball for the 1996 and 2001 seasons, and #1 in hockey in 2014. For consistency across all four sports, you can count on Al McMordie.

Indeed, the Las Vegas Sporting News recognized Al in its December 17, 1996 issue, and wrote that: "[Al's] honesty, integrity, [and] skills...are obvious....We have been impressed by [his] uncanny ability to pick big underdogs that win the game straight-up....We've seen handicappers come and go, and get hot and cold, but no one has been as consistent over time as McMordie, and we strongly urge you to consider him as your handicapper."

Besides being a champion handicapper, Al McMordie is a corporate attorney, and earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Michigan. Al resides in Los Angeles, California.

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DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
At 9 pm, our selection is on San Antonio.  The Spurs are down 3-0 in the series, and have failed to cover the spread in the last two games.  But home dogs (or PK) that are down 3-0 in a 7 game series, from the quarterfinal round forward, have covered 90% since 1991 if they also failed to cover the spread in Games 2 + 3.  Take the Spurs.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 9 pm, our selection is on the 'under' in game 4 between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors.  The Warriors have taken a commanding 3-0 lead in this series, and will go for the series-clincher tonight.  The last two games were both double-digit wins (136-100; 120-108), so I expect the Spurs to come out with maximum effort tonight.  I look for a relatively low-scoring game as teams (like Golden State) which scored 120+ points in their two previous playoff games have gone 'under' 70 percent since 1992.  Also, games involving teams facing elimination tend to go 'under' the total, as well.  Take the 'under.'  Good luck, as always....Al McMordie.
At 2:10 pm, our selection is on the Houston Astros over the Cleveland Indians.  In what could be a preview of the ALCS, the Indians are visiting Houston for the first and only series here this regular season.  And in fact, these two teams won't meet again this year unless it's in the post-season, and that's a distinct possibility as both the Indians and Astros are playing great ball right now.  After a torrid Spring campaign, 'Stros RHP Joe Musgrove got off to a shaky start to the regular season, going 1-3 with a 5.40 ERA after his first six starts.  But thankfully for his team, Musgrove has settled down in his last two starts, beating the Braves and Marlins in inter-league starts and lowering his ERA by almost a run.  Cleveland LHP Danny Salazar looked like a strong breakout candidate after his last two seasons, even though his 2016 was slightly interrupted by some injuries.  But 2017 has been a real struggle for the 27-year-old as Salazar has been a strikeout machine (a 13.5 K rate) but is just 2-4 with an ugly 5.66 ERA over his first eight starts.  Heading into Sunday, the Indians are 4-7 in their last 11 games vs. a RH starter, while the 'Stros are 12-5 in their last 17 home games vs. a RH starter.  Take Houston.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 9 pm, on Saturday, our selection is on the San Antonio Spurs + the points over Golden State.  San Antonio was blown out in Game 2, 136-100.  Unfortunately for Golden State, teams not off a straight-up and ATS loss are an awful 0-18 ATS at San Antonio since 1990, if they're not getting more than 5 points, and the Spurs are off a 15-point (or worse) defeat.  Look for San Antone to bounce back on Saturday.  Take the points with the Spurs.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 9 pm, on Saturday, our selection is on the 'under' in the San Antonio/Golden State game.  The Warriors have won over 50 games each of the past four years.  In 2014, they were 51-31, and averaged 104.2 ppg.  In their 2015 Championship season, the Warriors won 67 games, and averaged 109.9 ppg.  Last year, in their 73-win season, their offensive production increased to 114.8 ppg.  And this season, the Warriors' offense bumped up even further to 115.8 ppg.  But when they play at San Antonio, the Spurs have been able to control the pace, and limit Golden State's point production.  Over this time, the Warriors have played seven games at San Antonio, and have scored 74, 90, 92, 79, 92, 85 and 110 points.  Not surprisingly, five of those seven games went 'under' the total.  To put this into context, consider that the Warriors have played 390 games over the past four seasons, and have played just 28 games (7.1%) where they scored 92 or less points.  But the Spurs have held the Warriors to 92 or less points in six of the seven meetings between the two teams at San Antonio.  The Spurs have also gone 'under' 64% of the time at home under coach Gregg Popovich when trailing in a Playoff series.  Take the 'under.'  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 7:15 pm, our selection is on the St. Louis Cardinals over the San Francisco Giants.  Cardinals RHP Carlos Martinez looked like he was ready to make the move from very good pitcher to bona-fide ace this season after two very good campaigns in 2015 and 2016.  But Martinez has taken a slight step backwards at the age of 25, going 3-3 with a 3.88 ERA through his first eight starts.  But if not for two April outings in which C-Mart gave up five runs, his numbers would look much better.  And in fact Martinez has been very good in his last four trips to the mound - beginning on April 27 - as he's gone 3-0 (the Cards have gone 4-0 in those) and lowered his ERA almost a full run.  He'll look to keep it going tonight in his first start against the Giants this season.  In two previous career starts vs. San Francisco (in 2016 and 2014) the Cardinals are 2-0 as C-Mart allowed four runs in 11 innings.  When you look up the word "inconsistent" you will see a picture of the 2017 version of Giants RH starter Jeff Samardzija.  The veteran has alternated between gems and complete ugliness this season.   It's true that he is pitching with an extra day of rest tonight.  Unfortunately, Samardzija's teams are a dreadful 22-44 (-29 games on the moneyline) when he's pitched on 5 or 6 days of rest.  Finally, the Giants are 1-3 in his last four starts against St. Louis going back to September 2013.  Take the Cards.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie. 
5/20/2017WINNERHorse Racing
At approximately 6:45 pm, on Saturday, our selection in the 142nd Preakness Stakes (race #13 at Pimlico Race Course) is #5, Classic Empire to Win, Place and Show.  The post-positions for the Preakness Stakes have been drawn, and the two favorites from the Kentucky Derby will be lining up next to each other.  One of the two horses, Todd Pletcher's Always Dreaming, had the perfect trip at Churchill Downs two weeks ago and went on to win a rather easy Kentucky Derby.  The other one, Mark Casse's Classic Empire, broke from the 14 post, had a nightmare trip but rallied to finish fourth out of the 20 horses that lined up in the starting gate.  People in horse racing often say that a horse was beaten because of a "bad trip" and in many cases, it's just an excuse.  But take a look at the replay of the Derby, and focus on Classic Empire, and you will see just how badly his chances were compromised throughout the 1 1/4 miles.  So we'll go with Classic Empire to turn the tables today in a much smaller field and at a shorter distance which he should relish.  This could very well be a two-horse race between Always Dreaming and Classic Empire, but with the former being 4-5 and the latter being 3-1 in the morning line odds, we'll take Classic Empire and Julien Leparoux all day under these circumstances.  Play #5 Classic Empire across the board (win, place, show).  Bet equal amounts on each of the three wagers (e.g., $300 to win, $300 to place, $300 to show).  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 8:30 pm, on Friday, our selection is on the Boston Celtics + the points over Cleveland.  The Cavaliers blew out the Celts, 117-104, on Wednesday.  But Cleveland had a huge advantage in terms of "rest" in that game, as it was playing with 9 days off.  That won't be the case this evening.  I look for Boston to get the ATS win, as home teams are 101-68 ATS in Playoff games off a Straight-up and ATS home playoff defeat, if they’re trailing in the series by exactly one game, including 21-12 ATS as home underdogs.  Likewise, in Game 2 of a Playoff series, home dogs are 7-1 ATS since 1991 including a perfect 4-0 SU/ATS off a loss to open the series.  Take Boston.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 7:10 pm, our selection is on the New York Mets over the Los Angeles Angels.  The Mets return home after a disastrous six-game road trip in which they were swept in Milwaukee and Arizona.  There's only one direction to go from there, and perhaps an inter-league series against the Angels can right the ship for this under-achieving team.  New York could get a big boost to its offense this weekend if Yoenis Cespedes (hamstring) is able to return, although that is doubtful to happen tonight.  The Mets will send the only healthy "ace" that they have right now to the mound as RHP Jacob deGrom gets his 9th start of season.  Despite only two wins and an ERA north of four runs (4.07), there are several things to like about deGrom this season.  He has the league's best strikeout rate with 67 Ks in just under 49 innings (12.4 per 9 IP) and his hit rate of 8.5 is slightly below where it was last season.  Obviously, run support has been an issue, but deGrom loves pitching at Citi Field where he is 16-11 with a sparkling 2.02 ERA in 41 starts.  He's also had success against the AL as he's 4-3 with a 2.16 ERA in 10 inter-league starts.  The Angels have never faced deGrom before and this will be just their fourth game at Citi Field.  The Angels are 4-9 in their last 13 inter-league road games, while New York is 38-20 as a favorite behind deGrom.  Take the Mets.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 2:05 pm, our selection is on the Texas Rangers over the Philadelphia Phillies.  Rangers LHP Martin Perez just might be the most hard-luck pitcher in the league right now.  Despite a 3.89 ERA along with the fact that he's allowed three or fewer runs in six of his eight starts so far, Perez is just 1-5 for the Rangers heading into this afternoon.  The 26-year-old southpaw will be the veteran tonight in this match-up as the Phillies will send rookie RHP Nick Pivetta to the mound for the fourth start of his career.  Pivetta is still looking for his first victory as a Major League pitcher and this will be the 24-year-old's first inter-league start.  You could argue that he's faced some pretty tough competition in his first three starts, having to go up against the Nationals (twice) and Dodgers, but then again it really doesn't get any easier for him today having to go into Arlington Texas for the first time.  Perez's only other career start against the Phillies was a good one as he allowed two runs on 5 2/3 innings resulting in a 3-2 Rangers victory back on April 1, 2014.  With their loss here last night, the Phillies are now 7-24 in their last 31 road games and 14-38 in their last 52 inter-league road games.  Take the Rangers.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.