The Chicago Cubs have outplayed the Los Angeles Dodgers this year, but the baseball odds are firmly in L.A.'s corner for tonight's matchup at Chavez Ravine.
We’re going to be examining Friday’s MLB odds for the inter-league clash between the Yankees and Braves. This is by all accounts a starting pitching mismatch, so bet accordingly.
This experienced MLB handicapper has picked up on a juicy trend directly applicable to tonight's Cardinals vs. Giants matchup. Join us as we share this valuable betting insight.
The New York Yankees visit the Atlanta Braves for the first of a three game weekend set Friday night. This is clearly a case of late August super surger vs towel tosser.
We've already taken a look at the most likely World Series contenders and their value on the futures market. Are there any good long shots to be found on the MLB odds list?
Despite overall scoring having dropped to little more than 8 runs per game in MLB this season, betting trends on the run line odds have stayed very consistent with years gone by.
Our MLB staff writer touches upon some “under the radar” players which may prove to play a vital role in this upcoming postseason.
Among the elements needed to be a success baseball handicapper and or have winning MLB picks is objectivity. This is the ability to determine if the glass is half full or half empty.
The MLB odds say the St. Louis Cardinals are the most likely National League team to win the World Series. The Los Angeles Dodgers might have something to say about that.
The Toronto Blue Jays have jumped to the head of the class in the American League. Do the baseball odds properly reflect their chances of winning the World Series?
If you thought CNBC's - West Texas Investor's Club - was nuts, good luck trying to figure who is going to win the two wild card spots in the American League and continually beat the MLB odds.