Twins vs. Guardians Odds, Pick: The MLB Bet the Pros Are Making on Monday Afternoon
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- Twins vs. Guardians MLB odds have Cleveland as a short home favorite against Minnesota on Monday afternoon.
- This is not a game that most bettors will be looking at today due to the NFL's Monday Night Football doubleheader, although Twins vs. Guardians is still offering plenty of value.
- Using our PRO MLB picks, we dig into the Twins vs. Guardians bet that the wiseguys are making.
Twins vs. Guardians Odds
|Date||Monday, Sept. 19|
|Time||1:10 p.m. ET|
*Twins vs. Guardians odds as of Monday morning
I typically reserve the “random sharp action alert” branding for smaller games in college sports.
For example, a 12 p.m. ET Saturday matchup between two very low-profile college football teams, or a random weekday college hoops game between two teams that have no real chance of earning a berth in any postseason tournament.
That said, it’s very rare that I’d consider a nationally-televised MLB matchup, like Twins vs. Guardians on Monday, as a random sharp action alert, so let me explain.
First, it’s a 1:10 p.m. ET game on a Monday when most sports fans and casual bettors are at work, so this isn’t exactly a game that the public is jonesing to bet.
More importantly, the NFL is busting out its annual Monday Night Football doubleheader tonight, meaning that bettors have not one, but two professional football games to sweat: Titans vs. Bills at 7:15 p.m. ET and Vikings vs. Eagles at 8:30 p.m. ET.
I’m not breaking any news here by saying that Titans vs. Bills and Vikings vs. Eagles will draw the lion’s share of attention from sports bettors on Monday night, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t value elsewhere on the board, including Twins vs. Guardians on Monday afternoon.
Twins vs. Guardians Pick
Twins vs. Guardians on Monday afternoon is a classic case of respected bettors dropping big bucks on one side of this game, which, in turn, has forced oddsmakers react by adjusting the line.