The 4 MLB Games Sharps are Betting Sunday Afternoon

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Nolan Arenado. Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

Yesterday wasn’t the profitable Saturday we’ve come to expect from wiseguys over the past few weeks, as the Sharp Report plays went just 1-3. Luckily the winner was a +126 underdog which limited the damage.


On Sunday they’ve hammered four National League games, betting two underdogs and two totals.

Here’s how the plays stand this MLB season.


All data as of 10:45 a.m. ET. For live info, check out our MLB live odds page.

Cincinnati Reds (+119) vs. Chicago Cubs

1:10 p.m. ET

In what’s been a common theme this season, sharps are once again on the Reds. Despite receiving just 26% of bets, Cincinnati has fallen from +130 to +119 behind 51% of moneyline dollars. Wiseguys have also triggered two bet signals on Cincy which has helped bring the line down.

Los Angeles Dodgers (+119) at Washington Nationals

1:35 p.m. ET

Stephen Strasburg takes the ball the Nats this afternoon, and given the Dodgers’ struggles to start the season, public bettors are all over Washington.


Sharps, however, are seeing this one a bit differently. In addition to the 48% of dollars that have landed on LA, three unchallenged bet signals are behind the Dodgers. They, like the Reds, have fallen from their opening number of +130.

San Diego Padres-Pittsburgh Pirates Over 8.5

1:35 p.m. ET

Bettors are relatively split on this total, with 51% taking the over. It’s clear, though, the sharps are among that 51%.

Behind 86% of dollars and four uncontested bet signals, the total has risen from 8 to 8.5 at Bookmaker.

Colorado Rockies-San Francisco Giants Under 8

4:05 p.m. ET

They got this one wrong yesterday, but sharps are still feeling good about the under in this NL West matchup. Only 27% of bettors are behind it, but these three bet signals make it clear that wiseguys are among that minority.


The juice on the under has also gone from -110 to -114 as a result of the professional action.