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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.

Past Picks Show the last picks
DateW/LTypeHandicapper Selection
At 1:10 pm, our selection is on the Washington Nationals over the New York Mets.  No team needs a break right now more than the Washington Nationals who lost again on Saturday and are now a game under .500.  And although most members of the team will get time off after today, with the All Star festivities taking place in DC, the coaching staff and some players won't be able to really hit the reset button for the next three days.  If they can win this afternoon against an inferior Mets team, at least the Nats will go into the break on a high note.  What does it say that one of their most consistent starters lately has been RH Jeremy Hellickson?  The veteran is 3-1 with a 3.47 ERA in 12 starts and he recently returned from the DL due to a hamstring problem.  Except for an ugly start in his second appearance back from the DL, Hellickson has been pretty solid and he comes into this start in New York off of five scoreless innings in Pittsburgh against the Pirates.  Hellickson has been great on the road this season, going 3-1 with a 2.70 ERA in eight starts away from DC (vs. 4.87 in four home starts).  And the Mets have been dismal as home underdogs, with a 3-15 record this season. Take the Nationals.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 11:00 am, on Sunday, our selection is on France to defeat Croatia, and lift the trophy (at -235 odds).  Thus, our wager will win, if France succeeds in regulation, extra time, or on penalty kicks.  The challenge ahead for Croatia is daunting after surviving its third straight match which required extra time.  The Vatreni displayed plenty of grit to rally from an early 1-0 deficit to England to force extra by scoring a tying goal with under 25 minutes to go, and the winning goal in the 109th minute.  But how much does this older team have left in the tank?  With three straight contests requiring extra time in the knockout stage, the Vatreni have essentially played an extra game than the French (who also have the benefit of an extra day of rest for this championship match).  But even if this wasn't the case, I was going to favor the winner of the France/Belgium game against the victor of the England/Croatia match.  Les Bleus also are more youthful -- with an average age of 26 -- and they have a clean bill of health.  It will be hard for the Croatians to slow down the 19-year-old sensation Kylian Mbappe, whose explosive speed will severely test their midfield and defense.  Yet while Mbappe and fellow midfielder Paul Pogba receive most of the attention on this French team, it is midfielder N’Golo Kante who is France's Most Valuable Player.  Kante was the key piece for two separate English Premier League championship teams for Chelsea and Leicester City with his ball-hawking and defensive skills.  He will be up to the task of neutralizing Croatian star midfielder Luka Modric.  So, the talent edge certainly goes to France (though Croatia has a slight edge in the midfield overall), especiall considering their back line and goalie Hugo Lloris (who is simply one of the top keepers in the world).  Finally, the road for the French to get here has been more difficult with victories over Argentina, Uruguay, and then Belgium in the semifinals.  In contrast, Croatia has needed extra-time to defeat Denmark, Russia and then England which are a level of class below what Les Bleus have overcome.  Take France.  As always, good luck....Al McMordie.
At 7:15 pm, our selection is on the Baltimore Orioles over the Texas Rangers.  With the Orioles already far out of contention -- and Manny Machado, Zach Britton, and perhaps Adam Jones about to be traded -- look for a plethora of young pitchers to get a look the rest of the way.  One youngster who has already seen considerable action for the Birds is 24-year-old rookie RH Yefry Ramirez.  Ramirez has yet to win his first MLB game, but he's pitched well enough, logging a 3.93 ERA in four appearances -- including three starts.  With Andrew Cashner on the DL, and the rest of the O's rotation -- except for Bundy and Gausman -- in a bit of flux, Ramirez will likely continue to get starts.  The Rangers will hand the ball to southpaw veteran Martin Perez.  Perez will make his first start since April 29 after going on the DL with soreness in his non-throwing elbow. He struggled in his five April starts, posting a 9.87 ERA with 13 Ks and 12 BBs in just over 22 innings.  There's little to suggest that the time off and recovery process have made Perez -- who owns a 4.60 career ERA -- an effective pitcher.  Take the Orioles.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 10:00 am, on Saturday, our selection is on Belgium PK, at -155 odds, to win the match (whether in regulation, extra time, or on penalty kicks).  Both these teams will have to pick themselves up from deflating losses in the semifinals for this consolation 3rd place match.  However, it will likely be more difficult for England to recover.  Not only do the Three Lions have one less day to rest and prepare for this match but they also have to rebound from a grueling physical and emotional 2-1 loss to Croatia that needed the thirty minutes of extra time to resolve.  The Three Lions had victory in their grasp for much of that match with Kieran Trippier scoring five minutes in, but they lost steam in the second half and eventually conceded the tying goal in the 68th minute.  England looked like it would have the opportunity to win in a shootout but its hearts were broken when Croatia scored the winning goal with just nine minutes left in extra time.  Manager Gareth Southgate has indicated that he will rest many of his regulars who are dealing with injuries (or who are simply just gassed from the physical demands of that match on Wednesday).  At the very least, this sounds like Trippier, as well as midfield cogs Ashley Young and Jordan Henderson, as candidates to not take the pitch.  So, Belgium should be more fit to win this match.  Moreover, Manager Roberto Martinez has declared that his team will not be taking this opportunity lightly: "I am not going to make changes now to give certain players opportunities....Any change will be to make the team stronger."  A victory for the Red Devils today will result in the top finish in Belgium history at a World Cup (besting its 4th place showing in the 1986 games in Mexico), and that is of great importance to this team.  Take Belgium to be victorious (at -155 odds).  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 8:10 pm, our selection is on the Tampa Bay Rays over Minnesota.  Jake Odorizzi will get the start for the Twins, and the Twins have lost six of his last nine starts.  And their three wins behind Odorizzi were against the Orioles (26-68), White Sox (26-66) and Tigers (40-55) -- each of which owns a losing record.  The Rays, on the other hand, are above .500, and the Twins are a poor 0-6 behind Odorizzi in his last six starts vs. winning American League foes.  Tonight, he'll face Nate Eovaldi, who has been in a groove lately.  Eovaldi has held two of his last three opponents scoreless, and has a 0.95 ERA over those three games.  For the season, his ERA is 3.35, and his WHIP is a sparkling 0.80.  And the Rays are a solid 22-12 (+7 games on the moneyline) vs. losing teams this season.  Take Tampa Bay.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 10:05 pm, our selection is on the Seattle Mariners over the Los Angeles Angels.  A battle of really good southpaw starters takes place tonight in Anaheim as the Mariners and James Paxton face the Angels and Tyler Skaggs.  Paxton has had a dominating first three months.  He is 8-3 with a 3.49 ERA in 19 starts.  And he is tied for the league lead with two complete games and he also has a no-hitter to his credit.  Paxton was moved up a day for this start, due to the injury to Felix Hernandez, and will face the Angels for the first time this season.  He shouldn't mind that at all as Paxton is 4-2 with a 2.07 ERA in 11 career starts covering just under 70 innings vs. the Halos.  Skaggs will come off the DL tonight to face the Mariners.  And while he has a 2.64 ERA in 16 starts, he is just 6-5 on the season.  Heading into Thursday, the M's are 5-1 in their last six road games.  And Anaheim is a poor 7-17 (minus 14 games on the moneyline) vs. lefty starters.  Take Seattle.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
Our 5 selections include the Houston Astros, Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers, Toronto Blue Jays and the Tampa Bay Rays.<br><br>At 2:10 pm, our selection is on the Houston Astros over the Oakland Athletics.  Despite the third-most victories in the AL (11), an .846 win percentage, 2.83 ERA, and 141 strikeouts in 108 innings, Charlie Morton is not a 2018 All Star.  The veteran Astros RHP was a major snub, along with Blake Snell of the Rays.  But unlike Snell, it's much easier to see why Morton was passed over.  When you have a pitching staff that already boasts two legitimate All Stars in Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole, it's easy to get lost in the shuffle.  Morton gets his 19th start of the season in this afternoon affair at home against the A's and RHP Trevor Cahill.  Cahill was pitching lights out with a 2.88 ERA in eight starts before going down with an Achilles strain.  This will be his first start off the DL and first in over a month (June 2) and it's a tough assignment against the defending World Champs. Despite the 2.88 ERA, Cahill only has one victory on the season due to some pretty weak run support (the A's have plated just 12 runs in his last five starts going back to the beginning of May).  Take the 'Stros.<br><br>At 7:05 pm, our selection is on the Pittsburgh Pirates over the Milwaukee Brewers.  Pirates' RHP Jameson Taillon has had an up-and-down first half.  Pittsburgh is hoping that the second half will be more up than down and so far based on his recent performances, it looks like that could happen.  Taillon cruised through six innings in his last start Saturday at PNC Park before giving up two runs and getting a quick hook from Clint Hurdle.  He has a 3.60 ERA in two starts vs. Milwaukee this season and that's very good against one of the most explosive lineups in the League.  The Brewers are scheduled to go with LHP Wade Miley.  Miley will return from the 60-day DL to make his first Brewers start since May 8, when he strained his right oblique in his second game back from a groin injury.  Miley has a 1.42 ERA this season, but the sample size (two starts; 6 1/3 innings) is way too small to draw any conclusions.  Last season he had a dismal season with Baltimore, posting a 5.61 ERA while issuing a league-leading 93 walks.  In his last two starts vs. the Bucs, Miley has allowed nine runs on 15 hits in just 6 2/3 innings.  Take Pittsburgh.<br><br>At 8:10 pm, our selection is on the Tampa Bay Rays over the Minnesota Twins.  The biggest All Star snub this year is a pretty easy choice.  When was the last time that a starter who was leading his league in ERA (and was tied for second place in wins) didn't make the staff for the mid-summer Classic?  Well, it happened this season as Rays' LH Blake Snell has been left off the roster.  He almost certainly will be chosen as an alternate before next Tuesday's game, but it's still a bit of a black eye for the selection process that he wasn't a starter from day one.  Snell will likely take out his frustrations tonight in Minnesota against the Twins in his 20th start of the season.  He hasn't been as dominant away from home this season, although most pitchers would kill for Snell's road numbers (6-3 with a 3.08 ERA in 11 starts).  And the Twins line-up certainly doesn't pose the kind of challenge that Snell regularly sees against the Red Sox and Yankees.  Snell's been even better lately, going 8-1 with a 1.27 ERA in his last 10 starts.  Finally, the Rays are 20-7 in the last 27 meetings at Target Field.  Take Tampa.<br><br>At 7:10 pm, our selection is on the Toronto Blue Jays over Boston.  Yes, the Red Sox are baseball's best, and hottest team, with 65 wins and nine straight, overall, after last night's blowout of the Rangers.  But Red Sox SP David Price has been subpar, to say the least.  Price's ERA is 4.44 on the season, and 13.50 over his last two starts.  Even worse:  Boston is an awful 20-22 (minus 11 games on the moneyline) vs. starting pitchers with a WHIP of 1.30 or less.  Take Toronto with J.A. Happ on the hill to upset the Red Sox.<br><br>At 10:10 pm, our selection is on the Los Angeles Dodgers over San Diego.  The Padres figure to have a tough time tonight vs. Dodgers RHP Ross Stripling.  After all, Stripling has struck out 86 batters (against just seven walks and 71 hits) in his 13 games/74 innings this season.  All told, that's a 1.05 WHIP and a 2.55 ERA.  San Diego is a horrid 7-25 vs. pitchers who strike out at least 5 batters per start, and is 6-19 as a home underdog!  That doesn't bode well for the Pads, as they will hand the ball to Tyson Ross, who has fallen off a cliff in his last two starts (7 innings, 15 runs, 19 baserunners).  And Ross is 0-6 in his career vs. Los Angeles.  Take the Dodgers.  Good luck, as always...Al McMordie.
At 8:40 pm, our selection is on the Colorado Rockies over the Arizona Diamondbacks.  Those hoping for Shelby Miller to produce some solid numbers following a prolonged recovery from Tommy John Surgery (and a decent Minor League rehab assignment have been greatly disappointed so far.  The veteran RH has made three starts for the D-Backs since returning to MLB action and the result is an 0-3 record with a 9.00 ERA in 14 innings.  His last start was his best, but it was against the Padres.  And he still lost while allowing five runs (three earned) in 5 1/3 innings.  Now comes his toughest assignment so far, as he has to go into hitter-friendly Coors Field to face the Rockies.  Miller has not done well here, going 0-2 with a 9.88 ERA in three career starts covering 13 2/3 innings (numbers eerily close to what he's put up this season).  The D-Backs are also 7-19 in Miller's last 26 starts and 2-10 in his last 12 vs. teams with winning records.  Meanwhile, German Marquez comes into this start off back to back wins, where he held the Mariners and Dodgers each to just one run.  Take the Rockies.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
At 2:00 pm, on Wednesday, our selection is on England to advance over Croatia, at -148 odds.  Croatia needed every bit of its veteran grit (from a host of players that star in La Liga and Serie A of the top Spanish and Italian professional leagues) to outlast host nation Russia on Saturday.  The Vatreni looked like they were on the verge of winning that match in extra time by a 2-1 score before they allowed the Bears to level the game on a dramatic goal in the 115th minute.  But Croatia survived to win via penalty kicks to advance to the semifinals.  But that victory did not come without a cost.  The Vatreni were banged-up at the end, with a number of players dealing with injuries.  The most notable was their goalkeeper Danijnel Subasic, who seemed to have pulled a calf muscle late in that match.  This is an older team, with many of its star players on the north end of 30-years-old.  That will make it all the more difficult for this group to be fresh after playing two straight games that required shootouts after 120 minutes of play.  Meanwhile, England had things relatively easy on Saturday with its 2-0 victory over a Sweden team which they thoroughly dominated.  That was the most complete effort for England in this tournament which gives it even more momentum to reach the finals of this World Cup.  This is a youthful, but physical roster which manager Gareth Southgate has assembled.  The Three Lions are in a better position to have the endurance to win this match being the more rested group at this point.  Take England to advance.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.
Our 3 selections include the Anaheim Angels, Washington Nationals and the 'under' in the Phillies/Mets game.<br><br>At 7:05 pm, our selection is on the Washington Nationals over the Pittsburgh Pirates.  The team that everyone assumes is going to win the NL East every year is a real enigma right now.  Seems like the Nationals either destroy their opponents with devastating ease or they sleepwalk through nine innings and get crushed themselves.  By dropping six of their last 10 home games coming into this week, the Nats now have a better record on the road than they do in DC.  So maybe it's a good thing that they're coming to Pittsburgh for a three-game set before heading to New York to play the hapless Mets for four.  And to whet the Nats' appetite even more coming into this series, the Bucs had lost seven of their last eight here at PNC Park.  RH Jeremy Hellickson gets the start for the Nats -- his third since coming off the DL.  His first two back were rough, so maybe third time will be a charm for the thirty-one year old who had found new life in his arm this season in DC.  He shut the Pirates out over 5 2/3 innings back on May 3 in a 3-1 victory.  Pittsburgh is 7-21 in its last 28 vs. winning teams.  Take DC.<br><br>At 7:10 pm, our selection is on the Philadelphia Phillies and New York Mets 'under' the total.  With each of these teams having played five games in the last four days, including a double-header here yesterday, they need to dig deep into their reserves to come up with starting pitchers for tonight.  For the Phillies, it will be 22 YO RH Enyel De Los Santos and for the Mets 28 YO RH Drew Gagnon.  De Los Santos is the Phillies #11 prospect, so putting him out there today makes some tactical sense since they are trying to swing a deal before the trade deadline.  A strong outing could raise his value in the eyes of some of the potential trading partners.  And I have no doubt that De Los Santos will pitch well, as he led the International League with a 1.89 ERA this season, and was slated to start in the Triple A's All Star Game tomorrow (before his call-up).  Gagnon has a lot of minor league experience having pitched in the Milwaukee and Anaheim systems before coming to the Mets.  He owns a 2.45 ERA in his last five starts at AAA Vegas.  It's safe to say the hitters on both teams won't know what's coming at them tonight (other than what they've seen in scouting reports and films).  The under is 7-1 in the Phils last eight overall and 12-3 in the Mets last 15 at home vs. teams with a losing road record.  And each of the previous six meetings this season between these two rivals has gone 'under' the total.  Take the 'under.'<br><br>At 10:05 pm, our selection is on the Los Angeles Angels over the Seattle Mariners.  In a bit of odd scheduling, tonight will be Mariners RHP Mike Leake's fourth start of the season already against the Angels.  His first three were all at his pitcher-friendly home park and Leake is just 1-2 with a 4.11 ERA in those, so he may have a tougher time of it tonight in Anaheim.  In his second appearance since coming off the DL, Angels RHP Garrett Richards will get his 16th start of the season tonight.  Richards pitched well in his return, allowing two runs on four hits in 5 1/3 innings while being held to a pitch count of 80.  He also struck out eight and walked just one in that effort, a 7-4 Halos win against this Mariners club.  He hasn't faced the M's at home since 2015, but that season he had three starts here against Seattle, going 2-0 with a 2.49 ERA in those.  Heading into Tuesday, the Mariners are 1-6 in their last seven road games vs. a team with a winning record.  L.A. is 28-8 in Richards last 36 starts as a favorite of -125 to -175.  Take the Angels.  As always, good luck...Al McMordie.