MLB Betting Weekly Roundup – Sept. 23

MLB Betting Weekly Roundup - Sept. 23

The MLB regular season wraps things up this Sunday and the race to fill the 10-team field for the playoffs still rages on. As of Tuesday night’s results there are still two division titles on the line and three Wild Card spots remain up for grabs.

Baltimore and the Los Angeles Angels are in while Detroit’s lead in the AL Central over Kansas City remains at a game after the Tigers beat the White Sox 4-3 on Tuesday as prohibitive -310 home favorites on BetAnySports closing MLB betting odds. The Royals’ current winning streak reached three games with Tuesday’s 7-1 victory over Cleveland as slight +110 road underdogs. Each team has five games remaining on their schedule.

Kansas City holds one of two Wild Card spots in the AL at 86-71 along with Oakland. Seattle remains in the playoff chase at three games back; however the Mariners are fading fast with a four-game losing streak. Both the Indians and the New York Yankees chances are all but over after Tuesday’s losses. The Yankees fell to Baltimore 5-4 as -158 favorites on BetAnySports’ closing betting odds.
Wednesday’s games in the AL have Detroit listed as a -122 home favorite over Chicago with Justin Verlander on the mound. Kansas City is a +102 road underdog with Jason Vargas getting the start against Cleveland.

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The playoff picture in the National League is a bit clearer with just one last playoff spot on the line. Washington has already clinched the NL East and the Los Angeles Dodgers are one win away from capturing the NL West. Both St. Louis and Pittsburgh have clinched a playoff spot in the NL Central. The Cardinals are a game and a half up on the Pirates for the division title at 88-70 with four games left to play. Pittsburgh’s three-game winning streak, including a huge 3-2 even-money win over Atlanta on Tuesday, raised its record on the year to 86-71.

San Francisco is in solid control of locking-up the other Wild Card spot in the NL at 85-72 despite the fact that it has posted just three victories in its past 10 games. Milwaukee’s 3-1 loss to Cincinnati on Tuesday as a +104 road underdog all but ended the Brewers magical run this season to make their first playoff appearance since winning the NL Central in 2011. The loss dropped them five full games behind the Giants with just five games left to play in the MLB Sportsbook season. . Top



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