Who do you think will win? Find out how to place a moneyline bet on the Major Leagues.
Your guide to baseball betting online
Betting on baseball is unlike betting on any other major North American sport. Why? Because with 30 teams playing 162 games in a typical season there is never a shortage of baseball betting opportunities – and we can help you navigate them.
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MLB (Major League Baseball) is the highest level of professional baseball in the world and is made up of 30 teams split up into two leagues, the American League (AL) and National League (NL), with 15 in each. Each league is subsequently divided into three divisions, with five teams in each.
It is the oldest professional sports league in the United States and Canada – and has long been dubbed “America’s Pastime”. From a bettor’s perspective, with 30 teams playing 162 regular season games (that’s a huge 2,430 games in total if you were wondering), there is never a shortage of opportunities for baseball betting online, which makes it popular among experienced and novice gamblers alike.
We can help you understand how to bet on baseball and read baseball lines so that you can enjoy betting throughout the entire season.
The moneyline is a bet on picking a team to win straight up (with no point spread). Baseball betting sites will display it as a three-digit number which both teams will have. The favorite will have a negative number, while the underdog’s will be positive.
Check out our easy guide to understanding how the spread works, and how you can bet on it.
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