Oskeim’s MLB Betting Market Report for Tuesday, August 2

Aug 2, 2022

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The professional handicappers at Oskeim Sports have the winning information you need before betting on Tuesday’s MLB games.  Oskeim’s MLB Betting Market Report gives you the winning edge.

Kansas City Royals at Chicago White Sox (-163)

Analysis: Since May 1, 2019, the White Sox are 74-29 (+13.9% ROI) straight-up and 58-44 (+19.0% ROI) against the run line as favorites of -125 or more following a game in which they scored in two or fewer separate innings. Since August 30, 2020, the White Sox are 43-21 (+4.0% ROI) straight-up and 37-27 (+19.0% ROI) against the run line as favorites of -140 or greater following a game in which their opponents scored first.

Since June 9, 2021, Kansas City starter Brad Keller is 1-12 (-83.4% ROI) straight-up and 2-11 (-70.2% ROI) against the run line following an outing in which allowed three or more runs in five-plus innings of work. Since August 16, 2020, the White Sox are 32-12 (+17.9% ROI) straight-up and 23-21 (+17.7% ROI) against the run line as home favorites following a game in which their opponent scored in more separate innings. Take the White Sox and invest with confidence.

Totals Alert: Kansas City starter Brad Keller is 18-3 UNDER since April 7, 2019, following a home outing in which he gave up three or more runs.  Since August 16, 2020, the White Sox are 21-9 UNDER at home following a game as home favorites in which their opponent scored in more separate innings.

Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals

Analysis: Since September 18, 2020, the Cardinals are 15-1 (+51.6% ROI) straight-up and 12-4 (+61.0% ROI) against the run line as favorites of -125 or greater with a starting pitcher who won (and had a quality start) in his previous outing and finished with fewer than nine strikeouts. Since May 16, 2011, the Cubs are 0-16 straight-up and 3-12 (-65.0% ROI) against the run line as road underdogs of +140 or greater following a game in which they failed to score.

Finally, St. Louis falls into a very good 697-353 system of mine that has been profitable against the run line since 2017. Take the Cardinals and invest with confidence.

Additional Betting Trends for Tuesday, August 2

  • Since September 19, 2018, the New York Yankees are 47-15 (+22.1% ROI) straight-up and 32-29 (+5.6% ROI) against the run line in game 2 (or beyond) of a series following a game as favorites with a starting pitcher who gave up less than three runs in his previous outing.
  • Since September 15, 2018, the Detroit Tigers are 6-26 (-54.4% ROI) straight-up and 12-20 (-33.0% ROI) against the run line on the road versus starting pitchers with same-season revenge.
  • Since September 19, 2019, the Atlanta Braves are 38-14 (+13.7% ROI) straight-up as home favorites of -140 or greater following a game in which they scored in two or fewer separate innings. This situation is 16-3 SU in its last nineteen circumstances.
  • Since September 14, 2020, the Cincinnati Reds are 14-4 (+29.2% ROI) straight-up versus teams that have lost four or fewer consecutive games.
  • MLB underdogs in the first game of a divisional series are 4-21 straight-up following a loss as road underdogs if the line is shorter or equal to their last game and the total is lower than 11 runs. This trend is 0-10 straight-up this season.
  • This season, road teams in the first game of a divisional series are 9-0 straight-up vs. teams coming off a road affair.

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