Thursday, September 29, 2016

Tim Tebow Continues to do well in second instructional games

Tim Tebow hits a solo home run in

After hitting a home run on his first ever professional at-bat in his first instructional game, Tebow succeeded in following that up by going 2 for 4 on day 2. While Tebow failed to hit a home run on the second game, he still managed to produce a more productive outings with hits, 2 run scored and 1 run batted in. Not bad for a 29 year old rookie who last played baseball in high school about 11 years ago.

"I felt good" Tebow was quoted telling the NY Daily News as he signed autographs for the hundreds of fan who came to watch him take on the challenge to make it to the Major League. To be exact, 304 were in attendance for this game and a glaring majority were there for the former Heisman trophy award winner.

Overall, Tim Tebow is 3 for 10 alongside a home run, 2 run batted in, 3 runs scored over 2 instructional games. The former Denver Broncos Quarterback looked increasingly at ease and comfortable at the plate while succeeding in getting ahead  in the counts on multiple occasions and was even able to draw a few walks. So Tebow was not blindly hacking at everything by striking out. He's actually showing good patience while still retaining aggressiveness to go after his pitch.

His fist base hit of this second game was actually on a 97mph fastball from pitcher Jordan Holloway for a single. He later on, scored on a 2-runs single by teammate Hansel Moreno.

So Tebow is already showing great improvement in such a short time but his distractors will continue to hate on him and ridicule his baseball journey. Of course, Tim should simply ignore them all and continue on his path and hopefully, he could prove them all wrong for doubting his sincerity in taking such a task.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Best NFL Handicapping Betting System

After signing up to Zcode Betting service, go to the "Top Performing Automated System" page which is under the "Hot Trend" tab at the top of the website. Once there, you should be presented with the ranking table of the best automated sports betting system and how much money each of them have earned over a selectable period of time.

As of September 22nd, the best NFL betting system is " NFL underdog Money" by Pawnbroker. Over the past 3 month, this system has accumulated $9,417, that is if you were betting $100 as 1 unit. 

This system would sometimes ask you to bet 3 units which is $300, on a specific match based on its high trust system and $300 may be too much for you. The good news is that you can bet $10 as 1 units and can still make a good profit but it won't be the same amount of money listed on nthe ranking table above.

2)To check out the number #1 ranked system, just click on where it says "Pawnbroker Investments system" which should direct you to the page where all the system betting signals will be listed about 1 hour before the game start. I circled where you should click on picture below. Don't click on "NFL Underdog Money."


3) Once you click on "PawBroker Investement" it should bring you to the PawBroker main page where he has listed all his systems, and it is on this page where you should look for "NFL underdog Money" to click on...Picture below shows you where to find it and click on it.

I circled in red where it states"NFL Underdog Moneyline"...This is the system you want the page to feature so that you can only see bets for this particular system.

After you clicked on it, click on "Select Trend To Follow" in which I circled in blue...A list of Pawbrokers will be listed..Just un-check all of them and keep "NFL Underdog Moneyline" checked.

Once you've done these 2 things, the page should be ready to onl generate and list sports betting pick for only the "NFL Underdog Moneyline."


Below is current profit graph for the "NFL Underdog Moneyline"

Below is the 30 days profit graph for the NFL Underdog Moneyline Betting system



Sunday, September 11, 2016


Now that the 2016-2017 National Football League season is underway with the opening games now playing, you should look to cash in and profit off these NFL match-ups.

ZCode's Top Automated System will earn you a lot of money this year if you select the NFL and starts following and taking its generated betting picks.

Thursday, September 1, 2016


Tim Tebow

Ex-Broncos Quarterback and Heisman trophy winner Tim Tebow held a workout/tryout for Major League Baseball teams and from most reports out of the field, it went well for Tim. At least better than many expected.

Apparently, 46 scouts from 28 MLB teams were present at the Tebow's tryouts. This included about 50 media personels. The Oakland Athletics and the Chicago Cubs were the only 2 teams that did not send scouts to take a look at Tim Tebow.

Tim Tebow begin his workout for the many scouts with 60-yard dash drill. This was suppose to be a simulation on how fast he can run from first to second base in real MLB games and according to many media reports, Tebow was clocked from 6.6 to 6.8. On in MLB scale, his timing is basically average to above average, which is not bad at all for a 6'3 and 255 pound guy. The fact that he's faster than 50% of all Major Leaguers is a positive. He won't be too slow running around the bases.

After the 60-yard dash drill, Tebow was put into the outfield to catch some fly balls and test his throwing arm toward second base and home plate. According to scouts supervising this part of the draw, Tebow armed looked below average which is a surprise to me eventhough he wasn't really a good throwing QB in the NFL. I still expected an NFL quarterback to have somewhat of an above average arm as a Major League Baseball player.

The next drill was batting practice where the batter gets tossed 40mph fast ball and Tebow did really well there, demonstrating raw power by hitting a few long homeruns. Supposedly, he hit one that was measured at 440.

Unfortunately, Tebow was not able to carry this amazing power to the live batting section of the hitting drills where pitchers were throwing him real pitches to try to get him out. So he saw curved balls and slider, unlike the batting practice drill where he was simply fed soft fast-ball to hit.

All and all, Tebow looked respectable but he will need to work on making contact to make it into the MLB. Nevertheless, Tim had shown enough for at least 1 team to give him a chance and send him to the minor league. At that point, he'll have to do well enough to climb up the minor league ladder.

I wish Tebow well and will be hoping he defies all odds and make it to shut down all his distractors.