Rockies vs. Rangers Sharp Pick: Pros Betting Texas From Underdog To Favorite
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- Sharps -- i.e. pro bettors -- are moving the Rockies vs. Rangers moneyline.
- Find out how they're betting this Saturday MLB matchup.
In Friday’s Rockies vs. Rangers season-opening matchup, Texas cashed as a short favorite in a 1-0 affair.
Yesterday’s game was split exactly even in terms of betting activity, with 50% of tickets landing on both sides of the moneyline.
Perhaps because of Friday’s result, 61% of bettors are taking Texas today, but are those mostly recreational players or are sharps joining the Rangers party?
Using The Action Network’s betting tools, let’s examine how the professionals are betting Rockies vs. Rangers.
Rockies vs. Rangers Odds, Sharp Betting Pick
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The Rockies opened as -113 favorites but now sit at +101 underdogs. Why? Because it’s not just casual bettors making up the 61% taking Texas.
Sports Insights’ Bet Signals, which track and report professional betting action in real-time, have triggered two separate smart money indicators on the Rangers.
This tells us that in two unique instances, bettors with the money and respect to move the market have come in on the Texas moneyline, which, in turn, forced oddsmakers to flip Texas from a -106 underdog to a -118 favorite.
Sharp angle: Rangers (moved from -106 to -118)
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