MLB Weekly Betting Roundup: June 3

MLB Weekly Betting Roundup: June 3, As the 2015 MLB regular season moves into the month of June it would be hard to find any team hotter than the Minnesota Twins right now both on the field and at the betting window. The Twins started the month of May with a five-game winning streak and including that run they are 21-8 in their last 29 outings.

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When it comes to Minnesota’s overall money line return on GTBETS’ MLB betting odds it stands at +$1593 even after Tuesday night’s 1-0 loss to Boston on the road as a +173 underdog. The big money on this team has been won at home (+$1415) behind a record of 19-7.

Heading into Wednesday’s action the Twins are a half-game up on Kansas City in the AL Central. The Royals have been a solid play all season long with a +$820 return on a record of 29-20. They are 12-8 as underdogs this year.

The other big surprise in the American League has been the Houston Astros, who lead the Los Angeles Angels by five games in the AL West with a record of 33-20. Their return on the money line is second-best in the Majors at +$1395. The Texas Rangers are starting to make a move in this division race with an 8-2 record in their last 10 games. Their overall money line return is now +$1085.

The New York Yankees lead Tampa Bay by a game in the AL East with a record of 28-25. Their return on the road is a healthy +$215, but their 12-10 record at home has them in the red at -$51.
Turning to the National League, the St. Louis Cardinals continue to win far more than they lose with a MLB-best record of 34-18 through Tuesday’s US Online Sportsbook betting games. Their return to bettors is currently +$861 as one of only two solid bets in this league. The Cardinals lead both Chicago and Pittsburgh in the NL Central by six USA online sports betting games.

The other team that has been good to bettors in the NL in recent weeks is the San Francisco Giants. They still trail the Los Angeles Dodgers by two games in the NL West, but their money line return is now +$677 even in the midst of a four-game losing streak. Before this downturn, the Giants had won 13 of their previous 15 MLB betting games.

The NL East is a three-team race with Washington holding a slight half-game lead over New York with Atlanta three games off the pace. The Braves have been the best bet in this group with a +$432 money line return. Top

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