Wiseguys Playing Mets-Brewers and 3 Other Sunday Games
Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Devin Mesoraco (left) and Christian Yelich (right)
Saturday was not the start to the holiday weekend that sharp bettors were hoping for, as the plays went just 1-3 and lost 1.9 units. Here’s where they now stand on the season:
They’re back on the horse today, though, with a set of three moneylines and one total play.
All data as of 11 a.m. ET. For live info, check out our MLB live odds page.
Los Angeles Angels-New York Yankees Under 8
1:05 p.m. ET
Only 29% of the public is on this under, but that minority accounts for 80% of the money being wagered on this total.
Five sharp signals have also been triggered on the under, bringing the total down at least a full run at most books.
Cleveland Indians (+112) vs. Houston Astros
1:10 p.m. ET
The Indians are also boasting some reverse line movement, as they’ve moved from +125 to +112 behind only 33% of bets. Sharp moves from BetUS and Pinnacle have also helped bring the line back toward Cleveland.
Pittsburgh Pirates (-115) vs. St. Louis Cardinals
1:35 p.m. ET
The Pirates have hopped the fence in this matchup thanks to some sharp support. After opening at +110, they’ve moved all the way to -115 behind 31% of bets and three bet signals.
New York Mets (+114) at Milwaukee Brewers
2:10 p.m. ET
For the second day in a row, the Mets are one of the biggest movers on the board. While sharps weren’t quite able to cash this play yesterday (the Mets lost 17-6), they’re still backing New York in this matchup on Sunday.
A steam and reverse line move have helped push this line down from +150 to +114.