Weekly MLB Betting Trends: Pitchers & Systems

John Ryan

Thursday, May 8, 2014 6:38 PM GMT

Thursday, May. 8, 2014 6:38 PM GMT

Here is my first instalment of the weekly report highlighting some awesome angles and super systems and sabremetrics meant to give you that winning edge to add even more profits to your account. Let's begin with starting pitcher money line trends.*

The Dodgers' Josh Beckett
Beckett is just 8-17 (-14.7 Units) against the money line as a favorite of -110 or higher over the last 3 seasons; 2-10 (-9.7 Units) against the money line when the total is 7 to 8.5 over the last 2 seasons; 1-9 (-9.5 Units) against the money line in night games over the last 2 seasons.


The Giants' Ryan Vogelsong
The Dodgers' opponent is the San Francisco Giants. Vogelsong has put up some impressive numbers. He is a solid money making 30-15 (+16.7 Units) against the money line when the total is 7 to 8.5 over the last 2 seasons; 15-6 (+11.4 Units) against the money line after giving up 1 or less earned runs last outing over the last 2 seasons. Looking at the totals, Vogelsong has pitched a ton of low scoring affairs. He is 10-1 'under' (+8.7 Units) as an underdog of +100 or higher over the last 2 seasons; 24-6 'under' (+17.7 Units) after giving up

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The Indians' Justin Masterson
Masterson has posted some favorable results in his own right. He has posted a near-perfect 10-1 (+9.3 Units) against the money line after 2 or more consecutive wins over the last 2 seasons. He has rewarded bettors playing the 'under' in his starts noting he is 44-24 'under' (+17.2 Units) after a win since 2007; 26-10 'under' (+15.3 Units) after 2 or more consecutive wins since 2007.  


Super Systems
Here is a truly amazing system that has gone 37-5 for 88.1% winners since 2008. Play against all underdogs with a money line of +100 to +150 and is a team on a good fielding streak posting 10 straight games with one or less errors and with a well rested bullpen that threw


'Dog' Playing System
I love 'dog' MLB picks and if you have been a client of mine you know I feast on false favorite MLB picks over the course of the season. This system has gone 33-14 for 70.2% winners since 2008. It has averaged an attractive +135 'dog' play as well. Play against any team that is a solid NL offensive team scoring >=5.0 runs/game and is now facing a team with a below average bullpen posting an ERA>=4.50 and after a win by 6 runs or more.

*The respective results are team results.

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