Wednesday MLB Sharp Report (6-30) – VSiN Exclusive News – News

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Today we have another packed betting list, including 14 MLB games, 1 NBA playoff game, and 1 NHL playoff game. For an updated breakdown of Wednesday’s bets, be sure to tune into the VSiN Market Insights podcast with Josh Appelbaum. It will be posted at 1 p.m. ET. I will also be co-hosting Betting Across America with Mike Pritchard from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET.

In the meantime, let’s discuss where the money goes for a trio of MLB games tonight …

1:15 p.m. ET: Arizona Diamondbacks (22-59) v St. Louis Cardinals (39-41)

The Cardinals won the first two games of this series, winning the opener 7-1 with -165 home favorites, then winning again last night 3-2 with -160 home favorites. In this afternoon’s series final, the Diamondbacks send right-hander Riley Smith (1-3, 5.71 ERA) and the Cardinals to block with southpaw Kwang Hyun Kim (1-5, 3.98 ERA). That line opened with St. Louis listed as a -180 home favorite and Arizona a + 165 road dog. The Sharps battled the Cardinals to complete the sweep, dropping St. Louis from -180 to -200. Teams that receive 15 Steam Cents or more and come out of a win are 107-58 (65%) this season. Home favorites -200 or more are 72-25 (74%). The non-division home favorites are 273-160 (63%). Arizona has been one of baseball’s worst road teams this season, going 10-35. Arizona is just 4-16 against the lefties. Saint-Louis is 22-15 as a favorite. The Diamondbacks are 16-51 as a dog.

7:05 p.m. ET: Los Angeles Angels (38-41) v New York Yankees (41-38)

These non-divisional opponents have divided the first two games of this series. The Angels won the opener 5-3 with +145 road dogs, then the Yankees rebounded with an 11-5 win on Tuesday, taking -150 home favorites. In tonight’s rubber game, the Angels give the ball to two-way stud Shohei Ohtani (3-1, 2.58 ERA) and the Yankees start right-hander Domingo German (4-5, 4.32 ERA). This line opened with New York ranked among the favorites in short -120 and Los Angeles a road dog + 110. The public is everywhere Ohtani and the Angels at More Money. However, the pros are bleaching the trendy dog ​​and going against the favorite Yankees against the grain, taking New York down from -120 to -125. Home short favorites -135 or less after a win are 98-67 (59%) this season. The non-division home favorites are 273-160 (63%).

7:07 p.m. ET: Seattle Mariners (41-39) v Toronto Blue Jays (41-36)

The Jays went about business in Game 1 of the series on Tuesday night, crushing the Mariners 9-3 as home favorites -225. The ardent Toronto is now 8-1 in its last nine games and has just put George Springer back on the roster. In tonight’s rematch, Seattle starts left-hander Justus Sheffield (5-7, 5.69 ERA) and Toronto counters with fellow left-hander Steven Matz (7-3, 4.26 ERA). That line opened with the Jays listed as a -180 home favorite and the Mariners a +165 road dog. The Pros and Joes both pounced on Toronto, taking that Jays line from -180 to -200. . Home favorites -200 or more are 72-25 (74%) this season. Home non-division teams receiving 10 Steam Cents or more are 149-82 (65%). Toronto will once again build on its big home advantage. The Jays are hitting .266, which ranks 2nd in MLB. The Mariners hit .217, dead last in MLB.

Remember to check the number of tickets and money in the VSiN Betting Split daily so you know who the public is betting on.


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