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Our MLB power poll is back, as we analyze all of the best and worst money teams in the bigs that MLB betting action has to offer through 4/15/13.
The 2013 MLB season has featured a lot of great pitching performances thus far this season. Take a look at some of the best arms in the bigs for your bankroll on the MLB odds.
Listed below are the best teams for baseball betting fans this year. Just because your team isn’t winning the most games doesn’t mean that they aren’t making you the most money!
At BangtheBook, we’ve already previewed every division one-by-one, but now we’ll take a look at teams that may provide some value early in the year. These are teams that I think will be even better than the oddsmakers expect. The best time of the season for values is April and May. Here are my top five underrated teams heading into 2013.
At BangtheBook, we’ve already previewed every division one-by-one, but now it is time to take a look at five teams that may be overrated by the sportsbooks early in the year. Perception often isn’t reality early in the MLB season, and that is where you can make money betting on baseball in April and even May. Let’s take a look at five teams that are likely to disappoint in 2013.
BangtheBook is looking at each division as Opening Day is right around the corner. Spring Training is in full swing right now, and it’s only a few weeks from Major League Baseball getting underway. Here’s your chance to learn more about each team. Let’s take a closer look at the AL East.
Pitchers and catchers have reported all across the Grapefruit League and the Cactus League, and it’s only a matter of time until all of the rest of the players across the bigs are showing up in Florida and Arizona. It’s another season of baseball betting action, and today, we’re going to look at some of the best players in the league that have the best shot of capturing the 2013 home run crown.
Game 3 of World Series betting action continues on Saturday night at Comerica Park, as the Detroit Tigers take on the San Francisco Giants.
It’s amazing to think that the G-Men have been underdogs in both of the first two games of this series. They’re now bona fide favorites, but they are playing in a position that they haven’t been in these playoffs:
The San Francisco Giants are just three wins away from claiming their second World Series in the last three years. They hope to cut that number down to just two when they take on the Detroit Tigers in MLB betting action.
Detroit has to be shell shocked at the moment. The team could have never imagined Justin Verlander lasting just four innings in Game 1 of the World Series, and it could have never thought that allowing eight runs in the game was even remotely possible.
2012 World Series betting action begins on Wednesday night at AT&T Park, where the San Francisco Giants will look to continue their magical run against the red hot Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers haven’t played a game since last Thursday when they busted out the brooms against the New York Yankees, and the hope is there that rust doesn’t become an issue for the club.