MLB Betting Trends – Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants

According to Sports Insights’ Betting Trends data, this game is the second most heavily bet game of the day (in terms of number of total bets), even though it has the latest start time of today’s 12 contests.

San Francisco opened as a -125 favorite at Olympic and is currently garnering 63% of runline bets, 72% of moneyline bets and 76% of parlay/teaser wagers.

With the lopsided betting percentages, the line has ticked up to -129, where it currently sits at Olympic.

A look at our Betting Systems page shows that zero plays have been triggered on either side of the moneyline in this game, indicating the minimal line movement is related to public money taking San Francisco.

The following table shows the breakdown of moneyline betting percentages from our six contributing sportsbooks:

Team # Bets Sportsbook BetUS Carib WagerWeb 5Dimes SIA
LA Dodgers 10300 37% 19% 28% 34% 41% 16%
Giants 63% 81% 72% 66% 59% 84%
2 comments on “MLB Betting Trends – Los Angeles Dodgers vs. San Francisco Giants
  1. Do you guys pay attention to late money moves in MLB, say about 3 pts or more 1 hour before game time ? I have been watching it this year and it appears there may be some value in following this. However I do not want to waste my time if there is a historical precedent for losing money betting on late money moves.

  2. We track all big moves, or Steam Moves, on games and keep track of the record of each move to help our members decide if it’s a move they want to follow.

    However, we don’t pay special attention to moves that happen an hour before game time compared to other moves.

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