Friday MLB Betting Odds, Predictions: Over/Under Has Value for Royals vs. Tigers, Blue Jays vs. Pirates
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These Friday night baseball games likely won't get too many viewers outside of a certain demographic, but that's a fantastic way to discern value.
Games with little to no magnitude — but ones with historically profitable betting systems and algorithm edges — can help you get a massive leg up on retail bettors.
These contests vibe with a profitable and proprietary Action Network betting system that reports a return on investment (ROI) of 7% since 2005.
If you had bet $100 on each game that has fit this betting trend over the past 17 years, you'd be up more than $11,000. That's roughly $650 per year.
For reference, the annual average return of the S&P 500 — roughly the value of the American stock market — has been about 8% for over a century. Since the start of the New Year, that index is down roughly 17.5%.
Meanwhile, Bitcoin, for instance, is down over 58% over that same timeframe. (Don't use this betting algorithm as an alternative to investing. Those aforementioned metrics are purely for reference.)
This system uses wind speeds to determine how you should wager on the total.
Over the long run, this pick under certain parameters has shown its worth.
Today's games include:
- Blue Jays vs. Pirates (6:35 p.m. ET)
- Royals vs. Tigers (7:10 p.m. ET)