Blue Jays vs. Nationals Odds, Betting Pick: Sharps Driving Massive Line Movement
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While Yankees vs. Phillies and Orioles vs. Marlins cancellations due to Miami’s COVID-19 outbreak are dominating MLB news, there are still 10 games on today’s slate for bettors to examine.
Baseball is still the only game in town, so ticket counts are still quite high across the board.
And its not only casual bettors enjoying today’s action, sharps are also making moves, especially on the Toronto Blue Jays vs. Washington Nationals matchup.
Using The Action Network’s betting tools, let’s detail the massive line movement and which side the props are playing.
Blue Jays vs. Nationals Odds, Sharp Betting Pick
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Overall betting has been generally balanced in this game — Washington is attracting 56% of moneyline tickets — yet the Jays have dive-bombed from +144 to +105 as of the time of writing.
Based on the fairly even moneyline action, it’s reasonable to assume that wiseguys are largely responsible for the significant odds adjustment, and Sports Insights’ Bet Signals concur.
Six smart money indicators have been reported on Toronto, tagging six unique instances of action from respected bettors inspiring oddsmakers to continue dropping this closer and closer to a pick’em throughout the day.
There’s still plenty of time for Washington buyback to hit the market, but as of Monday afternoon, the pros are clearly aligned on the Blue Jays.
Sharp angle: Blue Jays (moved from +144 to +105) [Bet now at DraftKings. CO, NJ, PA, IN and WV only.]