MLB Weekly Baseball Betting Roundup: July 29

The MLB regular season closes-out the month of July with a few teams looking to add a key arm or bat before this Friday’s trade deadline. These potential moves could mean the difference between a good season and a championship one for the fans and they could add up to dollars in the bankroll for bettors.

Kansas City made the first big move by acquiring starting pitcher Johnny Cueto from Cincinnati and even though he has yet to make his first start for his new team the Royals have rocketed to the top of TopBET USA online Sportsbooks MLB money line return at a profitable +$2124. They have gotten it done both at home (+$1147) and on the road (+$977) and ever since the All-Star break they are 9-4.

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The Minnesota Twins have fallen nine games off the pace that Kansas City has set in the AL Central as a result of just three wins in their last 10 games. Despite this recent slide that includes three-straight losses heading in Wednesday’s games, the Twins still have the next best money line return in the AL at +$1482. They remain a solid team to wager on at home with a record of 32-19 and a return of +$1570.

All eyes are on the New York Yankees to see what kind of deals they may try and pull-off before Friday’s deadline. They have taken firm control of what was a tight race in the AL East with a 9-2 run since the break. A current four-game winning streak has raised the Yankees’ overall record to 57-42 and they are now seven full games up on Baltimore in the division. New York’s return on a money line bet is now a solid +$924.

The Los Angeles Angels and the Houston Astros are battling it out this week for first place in the AL West in a three-game set in Houston. The Astros drew first blood with Tuesday’s 10-5 victory as -137 home favorites and their money line return is a healthy +$1154.

The St. Louis Cardinals continue to boast the Majors’ best record at 64-36 and a 7-3 run in their last 10 games has boosted their return this season to +$1336. Their lead in the NL Central over Pittsburgh is still a tenuous 5.5 games making it one of the tighter division races on the board. The Pirates return this season stands at +$474 after a 4-1 run in their last five games.

The only other NL teams in the black this season on TopBET USA online Sportsbooks money line are San Francisco (+$708), Atlanta (+$134) and Arizona (+$62). Top

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