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MLB Series Prices


Major League Baseball consists of a 162-game season among the 30 teams in the National League and American League of MLB. Throughout the MLB regular season, the teams will have either a two, three, or four-game series.

There are two series rounds in any given week, starting with game one on a Monday or Tuesday of the weekly series, with Thursday or Friday usually marking the start of all the weekend series.

Occasionally you will find a quick two-game series on the schedule, but that is usually only found in interleague play. These series games in MLB offer gamblers the opportunity to wager on MLB series price betting every week all season long.

MLB series prices are available throughout the MLB season, as teams fight their way to the MLB playoffs and ultimately the World Series.

Some of the most intense games on which you can find MLB series prices are rivalry games. These games are played with greater intensity than the average MLB series game. Rivalry games are usually between teams in the same division or the same state.

While in-state rivalry games are usually interleague play games, the Houston Astros and Texas Rangers rivalry is now an in-state division rivalry since the MLB moved the Astros to the AL.

Rivalry Games

Some of the most exciting games are rivalry games that happen throughout the regular season. The most famous rivalry game in baseball is the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox.

The rivalry between the two teams has been around since the early 1900s and continues today. While the two teams have forgone name changes in their early years, the rivalry has stayed with both teams through these years.

Their rivalry stems from being in the same league since the beginning of the AL. The rivalry has also seen games where there have been bench-clearing fights that have broken out.

While the rivalry hasn’t seen anything like that in the past few years, players with both teams still play with great intensity when these two rivals face each other.

Another excellent rivalry game seen during interleague play is between the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox. The rivalry here is between the north and south sides of Chicago.

Their rivalry series has many different names, including The Crosstown Classic, The Windy City Showdown, and The Redline Series.

The first time these two teams faced each other was during the 1906 World Series, where the White Sox prevailed in the series four games to two.

Some rivalry games will only be two-game series if the rivalry is interleague play. However, rivalry games in the same league will see three or four-game series. Series like those can offer more drama and intensity to an MLB series prices wager, as there always will be a clear winner when there is a three-game series. When there is a four-game series for MLB series prices, the first three games are the ones that will be in the series price bet.

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BetUS offers all the MLB series prices for series being played throughout the MLB season for gamblers to wager their money on. BetUS offers a one-time deposit bonus for new customers. BetUS offers a one-time re-up bonus for current customers who use cryptocurrency to deposit into their accounts.

BetUS accepts these four cryptocurrencies for deposit: Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, and Litecoin. So whether you want to use cryptocurrency or cash, BetUS has you covered.

How to Bet on the MLB Series Prices

For people looking to bet on MLB series prices, just remember these are moneyline odds for the game series. The series price odds for a three-game matchup usually will not be released until the day of the first game.

You will still have plenty of time to place your series price bets, but your window for doing so is a bit tighter as opposed to doing a single-game wager.

Keep in mind that if you are betting on an extended four-game MLB series, the MLB odds for the series price only pertain to the first three games.

Betting on series prices for MLB lines gives you an extended look at all three matchups instead of wagering money on one game.

MLB starting pitchers can have off nights, and even the worst teams in MLB win around 60 out of 162 games during the MLB season.

An MLB bet on a series allows you to take advantage of the overall edge between two teams.

A significant level of familiarity with the teams will help with wagers on the MLB odds of a series.

Examining the statistical data of past matchups plays a significant role in taking advantage of MLB odds.

Examining the designated matchups of the starting pitchers in each of the three games will be something else to look at before placing your bet on MLB series prices.

Another attractive aspect of a bet on MLB series price odds is the format is a simple moneyline wager. The betting lines for an individual MLB game start with the moneyline odds, over/under odds, and a run spread.

So when it comes to a series price bet, you simply need to decide which team will win outright in two out of three games in the series, whether you are betting on the favorite or betting the underdog.

You are wagering on which team you think will win a series when you bet on MLB series prices. For example, the New York Yankees just took two of three over the Boston Red Sox in a 3-game set at Yankee Stadium.

If you liked the Yankees to win, you could have placed a bet on them to win at least two of the three games.

Another critical thing to remember is that bad teams sometimes get motivated to play their best baseball against a top-level opponent.

In contrast, the best team can sometimes be overconfident and overlook a weak opponent while not giving their best effort against that team.

Before betting on MLB odds of series prices, look at these things with both the favorite and underdog team:

  • Are these two teams rival teams?
  • Are the best players on the field for the series?
  • Are there any injuries to any of the best players on the team?
  • Who is available to pitch from the bullpen?
  • What players can come in as pinch-hitters?
  • What are the batting stats for the players against the opposing starting pitchers?
  • Do the underdogs have a better chance due to an intense rivalry with the other team?
  • What is the record of both teams?
  • What is the home record of the team playing at home?
  • What is the away record for the team playing on the road?

While good MLB odds might be tempting to take, always weigh in all the factors before taking an underdog team on the MLB series prices.

While a gambler can get even better value on a team by making a bet on MLB series prices instead of making a bet on MLB single games, it’s always best to check off all the factors before making your final wager.

For example, if a team’s ace is pitching in game one of a series, you will usually see that team heavily favored, especially if they are at home and are considered one of the best starters in the game.

Instead of making a moneyline bet on a single game like that one, it’s worth looking at the series price.

The MLB odds for game one and the series price might be different. Just like betting on single games, it’s all about finding value.

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MLB Series Prices Faqs

BetUS has all the MLB series prices available to bet on. BetUS also allows for the use of cryptocurrency to place your MLB bet.
On the sportsbook part of the BetUS site, click on BASEBALL. From there, scroll down to the MLB SERIES PRICES and click on that. You can then click on the series you want to bet on. After clicking on the series you want to bet on, you will see all the odds. You can then click on the MLB odds from the team you want to wager money on.
Yes! As with any other sports betting, MLB series prices have a betting strategy that you can use to help you make a winning wager.
MLB odds on series prices work the same as moneyline odds on a single-game wager. When looking at the odds numbers, you will see either a plus or minus sign. There is also the abbreviation EV; this means even odds. Teams with plus odds are the underdog while teams with negative odds are the favorite; if the game is a toss-up, there will be even odds for both teams.

You will get even money for every $100 bet with EV odds, so even odds will get you $200 on a $200 wager. You will get the amount shown for every $100 bet with plus odds, so +300 will get you $300 on a $100 wager. Negative odds show how much you have to wager to win $100, so -500 odds mean you need to wager $500 to win $100.

MLB series prices can’t be put into a parlay currently.

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