MLB Marketwatch Edition 1 2010

Sports Marketwatch
MLB Edition

4/6/2010 5:00 PM EST
By The Team at

Welcome to the 2010 MLB Sports Marketwatch, where the Team at SportsInsights gives sports fans unprecedented insight into the sports marketplace. If you ever wanted to know what was really happening on the sportsbook side, you now have an all-access pass with Sports Marketwatch! Sports MarketWatch will be published Tuesday, around 5PM Eastern Time.

Sports Marketplace – MLB Edition

Welcome to the 2010 edition of MLB Sports Marketwatch. Last year went well for us, finishing the year with a record of 50-48 (+21.13 units). For those of you new to the column, MLB Marketwatch will be posted to every Tuesday around 5 PM EST, but advance copies are mailed out to those signed up for our Sports Marketwatch newsletter.

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2010 MLB Games to Watch: 0-0, 0%, +0 units

Sports MarketWatch – MLB Games to Watch

Colorado Rockies +150 over Milwaukee Brewers

Colorado has beaten Milwaukee eight straight times, including a 5-3 victory on Opening Day Monday. The Brewers will rely on Randy Wolf tonight as they try to defeat the Rockies for the first time since July 10, 2008. Wolf, who played for the Dodgers in 2009, had success against Colorado last season, posting a 2.96 ERA in four starts.

Milwaukee opened as a -130 favorite at Pinnacle and strong public betting has pushed the line to -161. This line movement has added value to Colorado, and SportsInsights’ betting systems agree. A Steam Move on Colorado was triggered at Pinnacle, our #1 ranked sportsbook for MLB Steam Moves each of the past three seasons. (To learn more about SportsInsights’ MLB Betting Systems, check our our 2010 MLB Betting Systems Preview).

Colorado +150 (BetJamaica)

San Diego Padres +134 over Arizona Diamondbacks

In our second game, San Diego sends Chris Young (4-6, 5.21 ERA in ’09) to the mound to take on Arizona and starter Edwin Jackson (13-9, 3.62 ERA in ’09 with Detroit). The Diamondbacks took the first game of the series Monday, beating the Padres 6-3 behind Dan Haren’s seven innings of one-run baseball.

Arizona opened as a -175 favorite at CRIS and are currently a slight public favorite. Even though the Diamondbacks are currently receiving 52% of moneyline wagers, the line has shrunk to -152, hinting that sharp money is coming down on the Padres. SportsInsights’ Betting Systems have also found value on San Diego, triggering a Steam Move at 5Dimes, a book that is +45.87 units over the past three seasons and +4.1 units already in 2010.

San Diego +134 (Matchbook)

Games to Watch (0-0, +0 units)
Colorado +150
San Diego +134

It should be another exciting night in the sports marketplace. Keep Sports MarketWatch picks handy and your browser pointed to for the latest real-time updates, using our exclusive Sports Investing tools. We’ll be back Tuesday with the new edition of the Sports Marketwatch – MLB Edition.

Enjoy the games!
The Team at