• With four of today's MLB games off the board, public bettors have jumped on tonight's Atlanta Braves-Miami Marlins matchup.
  • Sharp bettors are also finding value in this game.
  • Using the betting tools at The Action Network, we can quickly diagnose how wiseguys are betting this game.

Wake and rake now has drastically new meaning.

Over the past four weeks, I’ve been out on paternity leave following the birth of my second child. For any of you with kids who remember that “newborn fog,” consecutive weeks with very little sleep will throw your sports betting routine into a tailspin.

However, thanks to the betting tools available at The Action Network, I continued to wake and rake with my bets in one hand while football-holding a baby in the other.

Luckily, the strategies we’ve used successfully in this column come in very handy for those of us with time constraints and sleep-deprivation issues. By monitoring ticket counts, public money and professional action, we can quickly break down which matchups are offering value and get down in profitable situations.

Now that I’m back at work for the first time in nearly a month, the same tools I took advantage of during my leave are also pointing toward tonight’s Atlanta Braves-Miami Marlins (7:10 p.m. ET) matchup as one attracting heavy attention from sharp bettors.


Betting Terms to Know

Steam Move: Sudden, drastic and uniform line movement across the market caused by an overload of sharp action from respected players.

Reverse Line Movement: When the betting line moves in the opposite direction of the betting percentages. It’s a top smart money indicator.

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