MLB Matchups


MLB Matchups

Not all MLB teams are built the same and the divide between elite and bad teams is quite significant. With that said, MLB matchups can be quite competitive in terms of odds, particularly the run line. That’s baseball’s point spread equivalent in wagering, 

The MLB matchup data determines if the MLB’s odds are worthy of a bet. Some teams can be overestimated, and popular in the market, while some can be “unpopular” and underestimated.

We will outline how teams are performing, not just in terms of their win-loss record, but how they do on the run line (against the spread [ATS]), on the over/under (totals), and a favorite or underdog. 

Pay close attention to injuries, weather and field conditions, and the juncture of the season. Playoff and World Series matchups may find teams performing a bit differently than they did during the regular season.

Unique to the MLB wagering is the consecutive-game series. Teams oppose one another between two to four times per season, usually three or four games at a time. So, not only is it possible to bet on an individual game but the winner of a series.

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