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Baseball Betting Rules

Listed Pitchers

  1. When betting the moneyline you have the choice to choose action, one listed, or both listed pitchers. If the listed pitchers do not throw out the first pitch then the wager will be no action.
  2. If action is selected and the listed pitchers do not throw out the first pitch the wager will still stand however the price given will be the BetUS closing line for the game.

Game Moneylines

  1. The game must go at least 5 innings or 4½ if the home team is winning for moneyline to have action (Little League games are official on the money line after 4 full innings are completed or 3.5 innings if the home team is winning).
  2. Wagers include extra innings (including Preseason Games).
  3. If the game is called before completion, the winner will be determined by the score of the last full inning unless the home team has tied or taken the lead before the game has been called.
  4. Suspended games do not carry over for wagering purposes.

Game Runlines

  1. The game must go 9 innings or 8½ if the home team is winning for runline to have action (Little League Run lines are only valid if the game goes a minimum of 6 full innings or 5.5 if the home team is winning).
  2. Runlines are always listed pitchers, if a listed pitcher does not throw out the first pitch the wager will be graded no action.
  3. 1.5 runs are added to the underdogs score or subtracted from the favorites score when determining the results of the game.
  4. A favorite must win by 2 runs or more to win the wager.
  5. An underdog can win or lose by a single run for the wager to be a winner.
  6. Extra innings count towards wager.
  7. If a game is suspended before completion but after 9 innings runline wagers still have action.
  8. Suspended games do not carry over for wagering purposes.

Game Totals/Team Totals

  1. The game must go 9 innings or 8½ if the home team is winning for Total to action (Little League totals and team totals are only valid if the game goes a minimum of 6 full innings or 5.5 if the home team is winning).
  2. Totals are always listed pitchers, if a listed pitcher does not throw out the first pitch the wager will be graded no action.
  3. Extra innings count towards wager.
  4. If a game is suspended before completion but after 9 innings wagers on the total still have action.
  5. Suspended games do not carry over for wagering purposes.

1st 5-Innings Lines

  1. The game must go 5 complete innings or 4.5 if the home team is winning for action on moneylines.
  2. The game must go 5 complete innings for action on runlines and totals.
  3. 1st 5-Innings moneylines can be bet as action, one listed, or both listed pitchers.

Total Runs+Hits+Errors (RHE)

  1. Wagers are always listed pitchers, if a listed pitcher does not throw out the first pitch the wager will be graded No Action.
  2. The game must go 9 innings or 8½ if the home team is winning for action.
  3. If a game is suspended before completion but after 9 innings Total Runs + Hits+ Errors wagers still have action.

Team to Score 1st

  1. Wagers are always listed pitchers, if a listed pitcher does not throw out the first pitch the wager will be graded No Action.
  2. Extra Innings count.
  3. Once a run is scored the prop will be graded, regardless of how long the game lasts.

Alternate Runlines

  1. Wagers are always listed pitchers, if a listed pitcher does not throw out the first pitch the wager will be graded No action.
  2. The game must go 9 innings or 8½ if the home team is winning for action.

Team to Win Series

  1. Pitchers cannot be listed for series wagers; all wagers will have action regardless of the starting pitchers.
  2. Wagers on Regular Season baseball series are always based on the first three games played of the series.
  3. 1st 3 games of series on their scheduled date count only. If series is 2-0 and 3rd game is postponed Action stands, any prior cancelation is No Action.
  4. On four Game Series scheduled by MLB, Betus does not count all four games for Series Price; instead, Betus only takes into account the first three games scheduled to determine the winner of Series Price.
  5. Can not be hooked up to any period of the same game.
  6. Wagers on Post Season (Playoff) baseball series are based on the team to win the series, regardless of the number of games involved.

Will there be a run in the 1st Inning?

  1. Wagers are always listed pitchers, if a listed pitcher does not throw out the first pitch the wager will be graded No Action.
  2. 1st inning must be complete for action.

MLB Grand Salami

  1. The wager involves betting over or under the total runs scored in all MLB games scheduled for a specific day.
  2. All scheduled games must go at least 9 innings, 8.5 if the home team is winning, for action.
  3. No pitchers will be listed for the Grand Salami; all wagers will have action regardless of the starting pitchers.

Game/Team Props

  • For Props involving statistical totals for a single game, the game must be official on the moneyline for wagers to have action, regardless of whether the total has been reached or not.
  • Unless specified extra innings count towards wagers.
  • For first to X-based props, wagers have action once the event has occurred.
  • All props have listed pitchers.

Player Props

  • The player must be in the starting lineup for wagers to have action. (Total Bases = Only Bases gained with Hits)(Single=1, Double=2, Triple=3 and HR=4). The game must be played for at least 8.5 innings if the home team is ahead for Player prop purposes. If the total bases have been reached, then said wager will be graded.
  • Extra innings count towards wagers.
  • All props have listed pitchers.

Baseball Futures

  • The team playing will be required to complete at least 160 games for wagers to be graded. Anything else will be considered void. Pending wagers that have already gone over the required number will be graded accordingly.
  • For grading purposes, no extra tiebreaker games for wildcard or division will count toward the regular-season win total.
  • American and National League Pennant winners will be determined by the team representing each league in the world series.
  • All future bets have action.
  • All futures will be graded at the end of the designated event.

Live Betting

Please check our In-Play betting Rules in our Live Betting section.

Non-MLB Baseball

  1. If a game has been postponed or canceled before its due start time then all bets have deemed no action.
  2. When wagering on total runs (over/under) the game must go 9 innings (8.5 if the home team is ahead) to have action.
  3. Rules for Run Line (handicap) and Alternate Run Line (alternate handicap) wagers are the same as those for Non-MLB- baseball totals.
  4. All bets are action regardless of who pitches for each team.
  5. If a team is winning by a large enough margin at a certain point in the game and the mercy rule is called, games are considered as complete for betting purposes, all wagers on Money Lines, Totals and Run Lines will have action. (Little League, NCAA, High School).
  6. If a game is called, suspended, or declared a tie in extra innings, the score will be determined after the last full inning unless the home team scores to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the score is determined at the time the game is called.
  7. When wagering on Mexican Baseball on Tuesdays and Wednesdays the game will be played for 7 innings. For Money lines the game must go at least 5 innings or 4½ if the home team is winning for money line to have action. Spreads and Totals will only have action if the game goes 7 innings (or 6.5 if the Home team is ahead).
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