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MLB Baseball has the biggest sports crowd in the world. This is why, MLB baseball betting is becoming more popular every year. This is why we would like to show you, how MLB Baseball Live Odds work:
Baseball games can be wagered three different ways: moneyline, runline and totals. The most popular method is the moneyline. We use a dime line which increases as the line gets higher. For the totals we use a 20 cent line. The favorite has the negative number next to it showing the price you have to lay to play that side. The underdog team has the total next to its name and is almost always plus money.
Below is an example of a typical baseball game.
Mets - Hampton -134 9ov -105
Marlins - Dempster +124 9un -115
If you want to place a $100 wager on the Mets, you would be risking $134 to win $100.
If you want to place a $100 wager on the Marlins, you would risk $100 to win $124.
If you want to place a $100 wager on over 9 runs, you would risk $105 to win $100.
If you want to place a $100 wager on under 9 runs, you would risk $115 to win $100.
Since the starting pitcher has so much to do with the outcome of a baseball game, you can specify the following starting pitcher options when wagering on a baseball game:
Action: Your wager is team against team regardless of who the starting pitchers are. In case of a pitching change, your price will be adjusted to the opening number of the actual starting pitcher.
Listed Pitchers (LP): Your wager is predicated on both listed pitchers throwing at least one pitch for you to have action. Both pitchers must start in order for you to have action on your wager, otherwise the bet will be declared NO ACTION after the game is final.
Your team's Pitcher (PT): You are only taking the listed pitcher of the team you are wagering on. The pitcher selected must start the game for your wager to count. Any pitcher can start for the opposing team. In case of a pitching change on the opposing team, the price will still adjust to the opening price of the actual starters.
Opposing Pitcher (TP): You are listing the opposing team's pitcher. Any starter can pitch for the team you selected. The opposing team's pitcher has to start. In the case of a pitching change on your team, the price will be adjusted to the opening price of the actual pitchers.
The other way to wager on a baseball game is to bet the run-line. Every favorite will be - 1/ runs and could either be plus or minus money.
Below is an example of what a run-line looks like.
Mets - Hampton +1 / +115
Marlins - Dempster -1 / -135
If you wager $100 on the Mets, you have the Mets minus 1 - runs risking $100 to win $115. If you wager $100 on the Marlins, you have the Marlins plus 1 - runs risking $135 to win $100.
The game must go at least 8 - full innings to have action on baseball run-lines and baseball totals. There is no action no matter what the score is if the game goes less then 8 / innings.
Listed pitchers are automatically selected for baseball run-lines, baseball totals and props. If there is a pitching change, the wager is automatically no action and funds for that particular game are returned to your account as soon as the game is final.
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