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Minnesota Twins at Los Angeles Dodgers (-1.5) (-110)
Analysis: Since 2010, certain July (or later) home favorites of -200 or greater in games 2 or 3 of a series are 504-141 (+10.1% ROI) straight-up and 387-258 (+10.5%) against the run line in games with a total between 6 and 10 runs if they are not coming off a loss. The Dodgers also find support in a 531-164 (+7.1% ROI) straight-up and 403-292 (+4.1% ROI) run line system that dates to 2019 and invests on certain large home favorites from game 40 out.
Finally, Los Angeles falls into a very good 64-38 (+8.5% ROI) straight-up system that invests on certain home teams in games with a total of 8.5 runs or greater versus opponents coming off a one-run loss. This situation is 18-1 straight-up and 12-7 against the run line in its last nineteen circumstances, including 9-0 SU in its last nine overall. Take the Dodgers and invest with confidence.
San Francisco Giants at San Diego Padres (-161)
Analysis: Since 2019, home divisional favorites of -165 or greater are 219-76 (+9.9% ROI) straight-up and 165-130 (+9.0% ROI) against the run line following a loss. Since 2000, road underdogs of +115 or greater off a win by two or more runs are 42-109 (-34.0% ROI) straight-up and 65-72 (-20.0% ROI) against the run line versus teams that scored three runs or fewer in four consecutive games. This situation contains a very strong 56-12 straight-up and 37-23 run line subset angle that has produced a return of +29.0% on the ML and +34.0% on the RL since 2000.
Finally, San Francisco applies to a negative 22-65 (-38.5% ROI) system that invests against certain road underdogs priced between +115 and +240 following a shutout win in games with a total between 7 and 10 runs. Take San Diego and invest with confidence.
Additional Betting Trends for Tuesday, August 9
- Since September 21, 2018, the Houston Astros are 32-5 (+19.3% ROI) straight-up and 27-10 (+25.0% ROI) against the run line in divisional home affairs versus opponents with twelve or more losses on the season. This situation is 11-3 straight-up and against the run line since September 21, 2019.
- Since 2010, certain July (or later) home favorites of -200 or greater in games 2 or 3 of a series are 504-141 (+10.1% ROI) straight-up and 387-258 (+10.5%) against the run line in games with a total between 6 and 10 runs if they are not coming off a loss.
- This season, home teams priced between -130 and -240 in games with a total of 7 runs or higher that have hit fewer home runs than their opponent on average over a five-game span are 32-4 straight-up and 24-12 against the run line versus opposing starters who defeated them as an underdog if the line is shorter than their starter’s previous outing.
- Since September 16, 2021, Detroit starting pitcher Tyler Alexander is 10-0 UNDER.
- Since September 1, 2020, the Detroit Tigers are 2-17 (-77.5% ROI) straight-up and 4-15 (-47.3% ROI) against the run line following a shutout loss by four or more runs.
- Since September 18, 2020, the St. Louis Cardinals are 17-1 (+53.0% ROI) straight-up and 13-5 (+56.0% 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.
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