MLB Weekly Betting Roundup – April 22

The MLB regular season is a long grind, but through the first few weeks of action you would have to be a big fan of the Kansas City Royals in the American League and the New York Mets in the National League when it comes to betting on the games.

Using GTBETS MLB money line odds as our guide, the 11-3 Royals have returned +$722 on a $100 bet. They are +$495 at home and +$227 on the road while going a perfect 5-0 as an underdog this season. Through Tuesday night’s action, Kansas City has won its last three games to remain tied with Detroit atop the AL Central. The Tigers were clear favorites to win this division heading into the new season and so far they have met all expectations with an 11-3 record and a +$648 return on the money line odds.

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Looking at the rest of the teams in the AL, Boston at 9-5 and surprising Houston at 8-6 are the only other teams that have provided a positive return on a money line bet. The Red Sox have won their last two games to raise their year-to-date return to +$275 and the Astros have built a four-game MLB betting winning streak to boost their early return to +$268.

The people from the best online Sportsbooks have seen an amazing Mets are off to a blazing 11-3 start that has them 2.5 games up in the NL East over Atlanta. Their current winning streak stands at nine games and their return for a bettor is +$602 with the majority of that money being won at home. New York is just 2-2 as an underdog this season, but it has paid off in nine of 10 games as a favorite.

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Next on the list in this league is the 10-5 San Diego Padres, who have now won six of their last seven games. The Padres are a balanced 5-2 as favorites and 5-3 as underdogs to build a solid +$497 return on their money line bet. They are currently tied with Los Angeles for the lead in the NL West.

Another team off to a surprising start is the Atlanta Braves in the NL East at 8-5. They have cooled a bit with just two wins in their last six games, but their overall return on the money line still stands at a healthy +$469 behind a strong 5-2 record on the road.

Both St. Louis (+$230) and Chicago (+$250) have provided a decent return in the NL Central with the 8-4 Cardinals holding a half-game over the 8-5 Cubs. Top


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