Wednesday’s 5 Most Popular MLB Bets: Athletics vs. Giants, Orioles vs. Yankees, Padres vs. Reds, More (April 27)
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Wednesday’s 15-game MLB slate brings us everything from day baseball, to interleague clashes, to a couple of nightcaps. Let’s get to betting.
The public’s already got a head start, peppering five moneylines across the board — this includes Athletics vs. Giants, Orioles vs. Yankees and Padres vs. Reds.
Overall, below are the five most lopsided ticket counts in our data trackers.
5 Most Popular MLB Bets for Wednesday
*Odds and public betting trends data as of Wednesday afternoon. Find real-time MLB odds here.
1. Giants (-165) vs. Athletics
9:45 p.m. ET
The betting public’s piling on the Giants, who go for six straight wins Wednesday versus the crosstown A’s.
San Francisco’s the only team on the board attracting more than nine of every 10 bets on the Moneyline, with a precise 92% of the ticket support at the time of writing (you can check out all the public betting data here).
2. Padres (-160) vs. Reds
6:40 p.m. ET
Cincinnati’s the league’s worst team through nearly three weeks, posting a 3-14 win-loss record.
The Padres are naturally pulling the majority of bets behind rising left-hander MacKenzie Gore, with 86% of the ML tickets.
3. Marlins (-135) vs. Nationals
7:05 p.m. ET
The Marlins just took two of three from the Braves, then nabbed the first game of the series vs. Washington on Tuesday.
The road side’s a popular pick to make it four in a row, with 85% of bettors backing Pablo Lopez and the Marlins.
4. Yankees (-250) vs. Orioles
7:05 p.m. ET
The Yankees offense got back on track in a big way Tuesday, exploding for 12 runs in a win against Baltimore.
The Bronx Bombers are pulling in more support tonight, generating 81% of the tickets despite the best price in the market a juicy -250.
5. Braves (-190) vs. Cubs
7:20 p.m. ET
The fifth and final moneyline’s another favorite in Atlanta.
The Braves — like the Yankees — are also getting 81% of wagers, as they look to take their second straight over the Cubs.