I started May with high expectations and ended it on a personal high. On the third to last day of the month I reached the highest profit of my five-year career @Tipstersplace. At the end 15-9-1 for +4.30 U, 8,96% yield is not something to brag but it is a nice result.
As always things could've been better. Twice I was spurned by the Braves and their almost historical first innnig drought. On the other hand they somehow saved me on the Black Sunday (May 20th) when they rallied from 4:9 down with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to beat the Marlins and bring the void.
There was the inevitable luck. I expected Tacoma to crush Las Vegas and their newly promoted ptiching staff on May 30th. It went the other way yet it was still enough to hit the over.
In May I incororated Triple-A matches more into my resume. And I don't plan to abandon the plan at least not while it works. After all the difference between Triple-A and the majors is not that small and rehabbing pitchers tend to dominate in such situations. And there are a couple of teams that you can almost blind faithed thrust after a defeat. Like Toledo last evening.