Sharps Kick Off the Weekend with 4 Dogs

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David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

After a rough start to the season for sharp bettors, May has been a tremendous month for them. Over the course of last month, Sharp Report plays have amassed 16.71 units.

Here’s where they now stand on the MLB season.


As what I can only assume is their way of relating to us normies, wiseguys have hammered four dogs to begin Memorial Day Weekend. Let’s take a look.

All info as of 11:30 a.m. ET. For live data, check out our MLB live odds page.

Toronto Blue Jays (+186) at Philadelphia Phillies

4:05 p.m. ET

Sharps cashed on the Blue Jays last night, and are going back to the well today.


Seventy-four percent of the public is assuming that Aaron Nola won’t let Toronto take two in a row, but with 36% of money behind the Jays, it’s clear that bigger, sharper wagers are on the AL side.

New York Mets (+134) at Milwaukee Brewers

4:10 p.m. ET

The Mets have just about every possible indication of sharp action behind them this afternoon.


They’ve drawn only 36% of bets, but those account for 53% of money wagered. They’ve also triggered a steam move from one of the sharpest sportsbooks to move their line from +140 to +134.

Miami Marlins (+138) vs. Washington Nationals

4:10 p.m. ET

Wiseguys took a chance on Miami last night against Max Scherzer to no avail, but that hasn’t deterred them from backing the Marlins again today.


Miami is the most contrarian play of the day, reeling in just 25% of bets. Those have accounted for 34% of moneyline dollars, however, and the Fish have moved from +145 to +138.

Chicago White Sox (+110) at Detroit Tigers

4:10 p.m. ET

Here’s another one that should look familiar. Sharps lost their White Sox play last night, but are once again sticking to their guns on Saturday.


Chicago has received 35% of bets accounting for 57% of money, and has triggered two sharp bet signals.