Free MLB Baseball Prediction From Doc's Sports :
Take UNDER 8.0 Cleveland at Texas (8 p.m., Friday, June 6)
It hasnít been easy, but it seems like Trevor Bauer is finally figuring things out. The talented 23-year-old has been ridiculed by managers and former players for not taking instruction easily in the past. But things have clicked with him and the Indians, and it seems like Bauer is here to stay now. In four starts this season, the young right-hander has a 3.63 ERA and 1.34 WHIP. But more importantly, heís striking out 11.7 batters per nine innings against 3.6 walks. His stuff grades out near the top of the scale overall. But itís the mental game that heís always struggled with. Heís clearly starting to put that together and heís capable of big things if he can master it. Heíll face a Texas Rangers lineup that isnít the same as yearís past. Injuries have devastated this squad, and the latest casualty was Prince Fielder. Theyíre going to rely on their pitching to carry them for a while, and thatís easier said than done. Nick Tepesch is one of the guys that needs to step up, and so far heís been hit or miss. But I like his stuff, and Iím willing to give him a break as three of his four starts have been on the road so far. If Texas can just get five or six solid innings form Tepesch, they turn it over to a decent bullpen with lots of capable arms. The Indians have a good lineup, but itís not overpowering, and theyíre missing a couple of key pieces in Carlos Santana and Nick Swisher. I like this game to stay under the total. I you would like it if you went over to collect a $250 free bet at Bovada - Click Here.Use it to collect with my free play or my 5-Unit MLB Game of the Week on Saturday. This is one of my biggest bets of the month, and you donít want to miss it.

Free MLB Baseball Prediction From Jason Sharpe:
Take #952 Chicago Cubs -120 over Miami (4 p.m., Friday, June 6)
I donít like backing the Chicago Cubs unless itís just a too-good-to-pass-up spot, and we have that here in this one. Jason Hammel takes the hill for them here. The 31-year-old veteran right-hander has been a model of consistency so far this season, allowing three runs or less in 10 of his first 11 starts for a 2.78 ERA on the year. Even more impressive than that is the 0.87 WHIP Hammel has right now as seven of those eleven starts he allowed five base runners or less.

The Marlins come into town with the least amount of road wins in MLB this season. This is a totally different club away from home. Nate Eovaldi doesnít look nearly as dominant, either, when on the road with an ERA a full two runs higher than it is at home. The one big thing that sticks out for Eovaldi has been the drop off in strikeouts as he went from averaging 8.94 per nine innings his first seven starts this year down to just 4.87 in his last five games. His ERA is almost two full runs higher these last five starts as well. This isnít anything new for Eovaldi as even though he throws extremely hard, he hasnít been a guy who posts up a lot of strikeouts in the past. I think you should take the Chicago Cubs here.

Free MLB Baseball Prediction From Allen ******* :
Take Boston over Detroit (7 p.m., Friday, June 6)
The Red Sox seemed to have snapped out of their funk. They lost 10 straight before a four-game sweep of the Braves put them back on track. The Sox have had a tough trip to Cleveland this week. But I think they will be extra focused against the Tigers in Detroit as these two teams are postseason rivals. The Tigers are going with Drew Smyl,y and he has not looked good over the last month. Smyly has lost seven of his last eight starts. He has also posted an ERA of 9.00 in his last two starts, and he has gone longer than five innings just one time since May 4. I think that Boston is going to be posted as a road underdog here. And they have won six straight on the road against left-handed pitching. I like the Red Sox to keep surging and to get me the cash here. Take Boston as a free play winner. And donít forget that I will also have a 7-Unit MLB Game of the Month on Friday.

Free Soccer Prediction From Robert Ferringo:
Take OVER 2.5 (+135) Mexico vs. Portugal (8:30 p.m., Friday, June 7)
This is a World Cup tune-up game between two very creative sides, and I think weíre going to see some open play and plenty of scoring opportunities. Mexico shouldíve been victimized for at least three goals by Bosnia in their friendly on Tuesday. Their defense has been disorganized and a major weakness through all of qualifying, and I expect it to come back to haunt them in this situation as well. Also, after getting shutout earlier this week I think they will be focused on finding the net here to gain some confidence heading to Brazil. A quick look back and there have been at least three goals tallied in four of Mexicoís last six matches, with Tuesdayís 1-0 match as a pure anomaly. No, Christiano Ronaldo likely will not play for Portugal on Friday. He is battle tendenitis, and that could even drive these odds down to 2.0. It is certainly going to keep the juice in the plus range for us and makes this a nice value play. Portugal has plenty of other talented individuals beyond Ronaldo. And I think that some of the Portuguese forwards will actually look forward to playing without Ronaldo as he dominates possession and is a one-man gang at the top of the attack. Portugal is coming off a 0-0 match against Greece. But the Greeks are notorious for their turtle-in-the-shell style of defense. I think Portugal will want to find the net just as badly as Mexico, and they should have little problem finding holes in El Triís back line. I like the value on the over, and I can see at least three goals in this one. Play over here and then sign up for my World Cup package. For just $150 you will get every play that I make this summer during the worldís biggest tournament.

Free Boxing Prediction From Raphael Esparza :
Take Miguel Cotto (+175) over Sergio Martinez (9 p.m., Saturday, June 8)
This boxing match will be on Pay-Per-View on Saturday. I am riding a three-fight free play winning streak with my boxing and UFC predictions, and Saturday night we strive for number four in a row. Cotto is coming off a win over Delvin Rodriguez in which he looked like the old Cotto. Cotto also needed that win because he was coming back-to-back losses. Take nothing away from Sergio Martinez, but his resume just doesnít compare to Cottoís, and Cotto's punches are a lot heavier then Martinezís other opponents. If Cotto goes to the body early and lands those heavy hands I see his arm being raised at the end of the fight. This will be an outstanding fight, and I can't wait to watch Miguel Cotto win. Take this free boxing winner.