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Sunday Angels vs. Astros MLB Prediction: The 7% ROI Pick Predicated on Wind Speed (Sept. 11)

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Logan Riely/Getty Images. Pictured: Yordan Alvarez #44 of the Houston Astros.

Los Angeles Angels vs. Houston Astros Odds

Angels Odds +225
Astros Odds -275
Over/Under 8 (o -112 / u -108)
Date Sunday, September 11
Time 4:10 p.m. ET
Channel MLB.tv

*Odds via FanDuel as of Sunday morning.

This game on Sunday afternoon fits a historically profitable betting system developed by Action Network that reports a return on investment (ROI) of 7%.

These games fit an algorithm that targets a wager that has returned 7% on investment and has won 55% of the time since 2005. The wager is always on the total and only lights up under certain parameters.

The algorithm incorporates public tracking data proprietary to Action Network.

Statistical significance is ensured by using a massive data set.

This algorithm has encompassed more than 2,000 MLB games since 2005 and has gone 1072-867-98 (55%) over that timeframe.

For reference, bettors must win about 52.4% of the time over the extreme long run in order to make a profit on wagers around -110.

If you had bet $100 on each game that has fit this particular betting algorithm, you’d be up about $13,500 since the Bush administration – that’s roughly $815 per year.

The 7% ROI Betting System Pick


This betting system utilizes same-day weather data to target games in which the wind is blowing in.

When the wind is blowing in at more than five miles per hour, home runs and doubles turn into fly outs, and offense is generally stymied.

For Angels vs. Astros, the wind is blowing toward home plate at roughly 7.8 mph at first pitch.

Since 2005, when the wind is blowing toward home plate at five or more mph at first pitch, the under has hit 55% of the time. As aforementioned, that’s been good enough for a 7% ROI.

And that betting system has applied to the closing under, too, which means the win rate is likely slightly higher, depending on when you bought in.

A note here is this historically profitable algorithm applies to about 115 MLB games per year. This might be an opportunity to cash in, but keep in mind that this is a long-term investment.

In order to maximize your 7% return on investment, make sure to follow through whenever this PRO system provides picks the rest of the season.

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