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Tuesday’s 5 Most Popular MLB Bets: Braves vs. Dodgers, Pirates vs. Brewers, Reds vs. Padres, More (April 19)

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Justin K. Aller/Getty Images. Pictured: Walker Buehler

A whopping 17 games line the MLB board Tuesday — talk about volume.

Braves vs. Dodgers is the headliner, attracting plenty of attention from public bettors. But other intriguing matchups are also pulling in lopsided ticket counts, including Pirates vs. Brewers and Reds vs. Padres.

Overall, these five moneylines are getting pounded Tuesday.

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5 Most Popular MLB Bets for Tuesday

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

1. Brewers (-260) vs. Pirates 

7:40 p.m. ET

The lowly Pirates won’t generate much action this season, Tuesday included.

The Brewers are the most-bet side of the evening, getting 88% of the tickets (you can check out all the public betting data here).

2. Padres (-205) vs. Reds

9:40 p.m. ET

Another favorite north of -200 the public likes Tuesday is San Diego.

Only 17% of bettors have locked in the Reds, who are off to a rough, 2-9 start to the campaign.

3. Dodgers (-150) vs. Braves

10:10 p.m. ET

The Dodgers won the first game of the series on Monday, with a home run from former Brave Freddie Freeman to boot.

Bettors are buying the momentum, as eight of every 10 tickets are backing Walker Buehler and L.A. Tuesday.

4. Mariners (-135) vs. Rangers

9:40 p.m. ET

The public’s all over the Mariners at a short price against division rival Texas.

We’ve logged 78% of the tickets on Seattle, which hands the ball to last year’s Cy Young winner, Robbie Ray.

5. Astros (-145) vs. Angels

8:10 p.m. ET

The fifth and final side getting peppered is another AL West favorite.

The Astros — who have taken four of five over the Angels already this season — are attracting 76% of the tickets.

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