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Hank Goldberg has scored big in some of the biggest races. He'll try to keep the run going on Saturday with the Met Mile at Belmont Park.

The Bob Baffert-trained McKinzie will seek redemption on the Fourth of July when he leaves the starting gate in the 2020 Metropolitan Handicap, better known as the Met Mile, at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. This 5-year-old son of 2007 Kentucky Derby winner Street Sense has been installed as the 2-1 morning-line favorite in the elite, wide-open field of eight.

Post time for the Grade 1 race is 5:47 p.m. ET.

Before making any 2020 Met Mile picks, you NEED to see what legendary handicapper Hammerin' Hank Goldberg has to say.

The former horse racing analyst for ESPN and NBC, Goldberg became a legendary handicapper by going straight to the source.

In 2004, he had dinner before the Belmont Stakes with trainer Nick Zito at a pizzeria in Queens. The dinner led Goldberg to play Zito's 36-1 monster longshot Birdstone to win and on top of his exacta, trifecta and superfecta bets. When Birdstone shocked the world, Goldberg won $24,000.

And in the San Felipe Stakes in March, Hammer gave out a $20 exacta that paid $180. 

Two weeks ago at the Belmont Stakes, Goldberg was all over Tiz the Law, who scored a convincing victory in the year's first Triple Crown race.

Anyone who here has followed Goldberg's lead is WAY up!

We can tell you Goldberg is completely fading McKinzie, the 2-1 favorite. Goldberg doesn't have McKinzie in his top four and won't be using the horse on any tickets.

Instead, Goldberg is high on a double-digit longshot who "has a great draw." You ABSOLUTELY need to see who it is before locking in any picks of your own!

So who wins Saturday's 2020 Met Mile? And which double-digit longshot SHOCKS horse racing?

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