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Monday’s 5 Most Popular MLB Bets: Dodgers vs. Rockies, Athletics vs. Yankees, More (June 27)

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MLB takes center stage Monday with a modest nine-game betting slate to open the week.

The public is already piling up the ticket counts ahead of the early window, including a NL West matchup at Coors Field in Dodgers vs. Rockies and another AL tilt in the Bronx in Athletics vs. Yankees.

Overall, these five showdowns are getting peppered with action.

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5 Most Popular MLB Picks for Monday

*Odds and public betting trends data as of Monday afternoon. Find real-time MLB odds here.

1. Dodgers (-190) vs. Rockies

8:40 p.m. ET

The first-place Dodgers are fresh off a win on Sunday Night Baseball and draw the Rockies, who conversely sit in the basement of the NL West.

L.A. is naturally the top side in our trackers Monday, with a hefty 89% of moneyline bets rolling in on the favorite (you can check out all the public betting data here).

2. Rangers (-145) vs. Royals 

8:10 p.m. ET

Another road favorite getting plenty of support Monday is Texas, with 87% of the 12,000 and counting moneyline tickets.

The Rangers have netted nine wins in the last 10 starts by Martin Perez, including a 6-4 victory over Kansas City on May 10 in which the southpaw coughed up a lone earned run across 6.1 frames.

3. Yankees (-295) vs. Athletics

7:05 p.m. ET

The Yankees walked off the Astros on Sunday behind MVP favorite Aaron Judge. Bettors expect an encore against a much softer opponent.

We’ve logged 78% of the tickets on New York, despite the number creeping up north of -300 at some shops.

4. Nationals (-145) vs. Pirates

7:05 p.m. ET

Bettors don’t mind laying it against the Pirates, who were recently swept across a three-game set by the Rays.

We’ve tracked 68% of the bets on the Nationals behind right-hander Erick Fedde, who fanned six Pirates in a 7-2 win back in April.

5. Twins (-120) vs. Guardians

7:10 p.m. ET

The fifth and final side with lopsided action on Monday’s card is an AL Central clash in Cleveland.

Roughly two-thirds of the tickets are riding with the Twins, who have taken four of the last five at Progressive Field.

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