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New York Mets at Atlanta Braves (-147)
Analysis: Since September 19, 2019, the Braves are 34-13 (+12.4% ROI) straight-up as home favorites of -140 or greater following a game in which they scored in two or fewer separate innings, including 12-2 SU in the last fourteen circumstances. This system is 26-8 (+12.9% ROI) straight-up since May 19, 2021. Since September 24, 2019, the Braves are 33-17 (+2.4% ROI) straight-up as favorites of -140 or greater following a game as favorites in which they had more strikeouts than hits. This situation is 14-3 SU in its last seventeen circumstances and 8-1 in its last nine (4-0 L4).
Since September 19, 2019, the Braves are 34-13 (+12.4% 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 12-2 SU in its last fourteen circumstances (7-1 L/8). Take Atlanta and invest with confidence.
Totals Trend: Since September 24, 2019, the Braves are 35-14 (71.4%) OVER as favorites of -140 or greater following a game as favorites in which they had more strikeouts than hits.
Seattle Mariners -104 at Washington Nationals (Game 1 of Doubleheader)
Analysis: Since July 24, 2019, the Mariners are 24-6 (+48.1% ROI) straight-up following a game as home favorites in which they issued one or fewer walks. Since May 3, 2017, the Mariners are 37-10 (+34.5% ROI) straight-up with a starting pitcher coming off a road win in his previous outing if they are priced within certain parameters and it’s before the All-Star game.
Washington is 1-9 straight-up in its last ten games (.200 batting average, 5.60 ERA) over which time the Nationals have been outscored by 33 runs. The Mariners are 9-1 in their last ten games (.244 batting average, 2.35 ERA) over which time they have outscored opponents by 22 runs. Take Seattle in Game 1 of the doubleheader and invest with confidence.
Pittsburgh Pirates at Miami Marlins (-170)
Analysis: The Pirates are 0-14 straight-up and 2-12 against the run line since June 20, 2021, in the third game of a series when they are not +225 or greater underdogs and have won the first two games of a series. Since March 27, 2018, home favorites of -170 or greater in game 3 of a series are 51-19 (+7.8% ROI) straight-up and 38-31 (+7.0% ROI) against the run line if they lost the first two games of the series. Take Miami and invest with confidence.
Additional Betting Trends for Wednesday, July 13
- Since September 1, 2014, the Minnesota Twins are 34-6 (+38.0%) straight-up and 27-13 (+50.1% ROI) against the run line as favorites in the last game of a series following a game in which they allowed six or more runs and were not underdogs of +150 or more.
- Since April 20, 2019, the New York Yankees are 76-18 (+12.8% ROI) straight-up and 62-32 (+13.3% ROI) against the run line as large favorites versus starting pitchers with an ERA of 4.01 or worse. This situation is 20-3 straight-up and 15-8 against the run line in its last 23 circumstances.
- Since April 12, 2022, the New York Mets are 24-2 (+67.2% ROI) straight-up and 20-6 (+54.0% ROI) against the run line following a loss in which they had more than one walk.
- Since March 26, 2021, home favorites coming off a non-divisional game in which they had less than nine hits are 36-7 straight-up versus opponents coming off a game as home favorites.
- Since July 3, 2019, the Chicago White Sox are 52-24 (+8.4% ROI) straight-up as favorites following a win as favorites in which they never trailed.
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