MLB Sharp Report: Wiseguys Betting Sox-A’s and 3 Other Sunday Games

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Baseball fans were treated to the first no-hitter of 2018 last night, which, unfortunately, came at the hands of my Boston Red Sox. I suppose we can settle for a 159-3 season, but 160 wins just had a nice ring to it.

 

With the Sox’ win streak snapped, this afternoon’s rubber match offers Oakland a chance to be the first team to win a series against Boston this season, and sharps have made their opinion on it — along with three other games today — very clear.

All data as of 10:30 a.m. ET. For live numbers, check out our MLB live odds page.

Toronto Blue Jays-New York Yankees Under 8.5

1:05 p.m. ET

The public is loading up on this over, as 71% of bettors have made it the second-most lopsided total on today’s board. Wiseguys, however, see it a bit differently.

Three bet signals have brought this total down to 8 at some books, including Bookmaker.

Houston Astros-Chicago White Sox Under 8

2:10 p.m. ET

It’s a similar story in Houston, as disagreement on the total has pitted sharps against the public. Eighty percent of bettors have taken the over in this one, but two reverse line moves have made it clear that sharps anticipate a low scoring game.

Oakland A’s (+122) vs. Boston Red Sox

4:05 p.m. ET

After Sean Manaea’s no-hitter (pictured above) ended the Red Sox’ eight-game win streak last night, public bettors are all over Boston today. How could the best team in baseball lose two in a row?

But sharps aren’t as concerned with last night’s result. In fact, they’re looking for more of the same today, as the A’s have fallen from +135 to +122 behind two reverse line moves.

San Francisco Giants-Los Angeles Angels Over 9

4:07 p.m. ET

Only one bet signal has been triggered on this over, but betting percentages and line movement have revealed the sharp play on this total. While bets are split down the middle at 51-49 in favor of the under, 64% of dollars have come on the over, and the total has risen from 8.5 to 9.