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How to bet on MLB Baseball games and Win

If you’re a baseball fan, then this blog post is for you. Whether you’re an experienced player or just starting out, it’s important to know the ins and outs of how to bet MLB Baseball. This article will help give some insight on what factors contribute to a successful wager and provide tips on how to gain an edge over your bookmaker so that you can win more often than not! This is your guide how to bet MLB Baseball. We use the BaseWinner projections to streamline the daily handicapping process. You can learn our process here:  

How to Bet MLB Baseball

Time: Date of Game & Eastern (EST) Baseball Start time

ROT: Rotation number used by sportsbooks for MLB betting lines

Team: Major League Baseball Team Names

Starter: Starting Pitchers

TH: Starting Pitcher Throwing Hand

Vegas: Consensus market betting line

VEG PCT: Breakeven win percentage based on consensus market line

BWML: BaseWinner projected money line and total runs.The BaseWinner Line is the code that we’ve written using all the intelligence we have to project players. It’s about getting things down to 1 number. The BaseWinner Line. Compare this BW line to the official Vegas line. When you see a large difference, there may be value

BWPCT: BaseWinner projected win percentage for each team, based on BaseWinner projected money line

ATT: Adjusted Team Total Runs – The BaseWinner home team projected runs is then adjusted using the home team’s expected win percentage (will there be a bottom 9th?). We do this for precision with our totals and Home Team Total and it’s key when learning how to bet MLB baseball. 

SP: Proprietary MLB Starting Pitcher rating. The lower the better. 100 is average.

RLF: Proprietary MLB Relief Pitcher rating. The lower the better. 100 is average.

FLD: Proprietary MLB fielding rating. The lower the better. 100 is average.

OFF: Proprietary MLB Offensive rating. The HIGHER the better. 100 is average. All of the numbers on the chart are the teams raw numbers based on weighted plate appearances and individuals in the projected lineup. These numbers give us a base for our “Crunch” run projections.

GB: MLB Team Ground Ball projection tendency. The higher the more ground balls on average. 100 is average. This number is not included in the Crunch run formula but is relevant in our selection filter process and useful to many of our clients who are self handicappers.

BB: MLB Team Base on Balls projection tendency. The higher the more base on balls on average. 100 is average. This number is relevant in our selection filter process and useful to many of our clients who are self handicappers learning how to bet on MLB baseball games.

PWR: MLB Team Power projection tendency. The higher the more extra base hits on average. 100 is average. This number is relevant in our selection filter process and useful to many of our clients who are self handicappers.

UMP: Home plate umpire name

URAT: MLB Umpire total run rating. The higher the more runs on average. 100 is average.

PFR: Baseball Park Factors: The higher the more runs on average. 100 is average.

PCT: Expected edge (comparing the BaseWinner projected line to the market price line)

BOT Play: BaseWinner bot side play

Units: BaseWinner bet size of play (based on conservative professional bankroll management)

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