(WHERE WINNING SEASONS HAPPEN)
2014 BASEBALL SUMMARY AND NOTES
Let's look back and reflect on the 2014 MLB season we just completed.
(35) handicappers won money at theswami.com. 11 failed to produce a profit.
(21) handicappers won over 100 units or more, with 7 topping the 200 mark. The Louisville Slugger and The Killer Move each won over 300 units to finish #1 and #2 respectively.
Wilson's Winners earned THESWAMI.COM's Gold Capping Award by winning money for their backers in each and every month of the 2014 season. John Wilson finished #10 overall in winnings with +173 units.
The 6 Handicapper's of the Month were: April: Dave Cokin(35-21) +147.50 units...May: The Source (160-118) +223.03 units...June: Predictable Patterns (42-27) +176.06 units...July: The Killer Move (31-12) +174.05 units...August: Top Dog Sports (22-14) +90.60 units and September: Underdog Sports (10-3) +112.20 units.
#1 overall was The Louisville Slugger (176-134) +350 units won.
#1 on just SIDE PLAYS was The Killer Move (78-51) with (35-18) on Top Plays +165 units. #1 on MLB units on totals was Mr East (65-45) +165 units.
Based upon the number of hits the most popular daily call was attained by The 70% Computer Plays. They won 200 units overall. Their totals were an outstanding (72-43).
FINAL OBSERVATIONS: April, May and June were the most productive overall months for theswami.com baseball handicappers. That makes sense because the numbers are not as tight and the handicappers who do their homework over the winter get off to productive starts. Example: The Killer Move won 295 of its 350 units up through the All-Star break. Donn Wagner's Grand Slam Club releases earned 95% of its profits before the All-Star break also. On the other hand The Louisville Slugger, who finished #1, had a "monster" 2nd half of baseball as he won +232 units of his overall +350 after the All-Star break.
Conclusion: THESWAMI.COM remains the documented "BEST" source for baseball winners. A client who studies THESWAMI.COM's archives/records has an excellent opportunity and a very manageable task in selecting a handicapper/handicappers to guide them through a winning baseball season.