MLB Weekly Baseball Betting Roundup – April 29

MLB Weekly Baseball Betting Roundup – April 29, The MLB regular season closes-out its first month of action with a few surprise teams in both the American and National League leading the way for bettors in the return on GTBETS’ MLB money line odds.

The Kansas City Royals have bolted out of the gate in the AL Central to a 14-6 record in their first 20 games that has provided a healthy +$810 return on a money line bet. The Royals have been especially profitable as an underdog so far with an 8-1 record which has helped to generate a +$415 return on the road.

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The other big surprise tearing things up on the money line in the AL has been the Houston Astros with a record of 13-7. They actually lead both Los Angeles and Seattle by four games in the AL West through Tuesday night’s action. The Astros are +$799 on the year on the strength of a 9-2 road record that has brought in + $912 for bettors. Houston’s current winning streak stands at five games heading into Wednesday’s series finale against San Diego.

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Cleveland has been the biggest drain on the wallet in the AL with a record of 6-13 that has cost bettors -$769 on 5Dimes’ money line bets. The Indians are just 5-11 as favorites this season and they bring a four-game losing streak into Wednesday’s series finale against the red-hot Royals. Cleveland has been listed as a -127 home favorite for that game.

The New York Mets continue to be the toast of town in the National League with a +$705 return on the money line on the strength of an 11-1 record as favorites verse a 4-5 mark when they close as baseball betting underdogs. They are 7-3 in their last 10 games and 4.5 games up on Atlanta in the NL East.

St. Louis has the second-best return in the NL at +$426 through Tuesday and it is leading the NL Central by one game over Chicago with an overall record of 13-6. The Cardinals have been solid across the board with a 6-2 record at home and a 7-4 mark on the road.

The biggest disappointment in the NL so far has to be the Washington Nationals. They started the season as prohibitive favorites to win their division yet they are already seven USA online Sportsbook games back in the NL East with a record of 8-13. Bettors have taken a bath wagering on this team with a -$716 loss on the money line. The Nationals are just 6-10 as favorites this year. Top


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