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MLB Season Specials : Team Streaks

Thu, Mar 30, 2023 EST

Rot MLB Season Specials - Arizona Diamondbacks Longest Win Streak Moneyline
101 Over  5½  Wins -135
102 Under  5½  Wins +105
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Atlanta Braves Longest Win Streak Moneyline
103 Over  7½  Wins -150
104 Under  7½  Wins +120
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Baltimore Orioles Longest Win Streak Moneyline
105 Over  6½  Wins +115
106 Under  6½  Wins -145
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Boston Red Sox Longest Win Streak Moneyline
107 Over  6½  Wins +115
108 Under  6½  Wins -145
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Chicago White Sox Longest Win Streak Moneyline
109 Over  6½  Wins -140
110 Under  6½  Wins +110
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Chicago Cubs Longest Win Streak Moneyline
109 Over  6½  Wins +105
110 Under  6½  Wins -135
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Cincinnati Reds Longest Win Streak Moneyline
111 Over  5½  Wins +140
112 Under  5½  Wins -170
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Cleveland Guardians Longest Win Streak Moneyline
113 Over  6½  Wins -180
114 Under  6½  Wins +150
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Colorado Rockies Longest Win Streak Moneyline
115 Over  5½  Wins +160
116 Under  5½  Wins -200
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Detroit Tigers Longest Win Streak Moneyline
117 Over  5½  Wins -125
118 Under  5½  Wins -105
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Houston Astros Longest Win Streak Moneyline
119 Over  7½  Wins -180
120 Under  7½  Wins +150
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Kansas City Royals Longest Win Streak Moneyline
121 Over  5½  Wins -110
122 Under  5½  Wins -120
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Los Angeles Angels Longest Win Streak Moneyline
123 Over  6½  Wins -120
124 Under  6½  Wins -110
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Los Angeles Dodgers Longest Win Streak Moneyline
125 Over  7½  Wins -165
126 Under  7½  Wins +135
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Miami Marlins Longest Win Streak Moneyline
127 Over  6½  Wins -115
128 Under  6½  Wins -115
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Milwaukee Brewers Longest Win Streak Moneyline
129 Over  6½  Wins -180
130 Under  6½  Wins +150
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Minnesota Twins Longest Win Streak Moneyline
131 Over  6½  Wins -125
132 Under  6½  Wins -105
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - New York Mets Longest Win Streak Moneyline
133 Over  7½  Wins -170
134 Under  7½  Wins +140
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - New York Yankees Longest Win Streak Moneyline
135 Over  7½  Wins -150
136 Under  7½  Wins +120
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Oakland Athletics Longest Win Streak Moneyline
137 Over  5½  Wins +150
138 Under  5½  Wins -180
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Philadelphia Phillies Longest Win Streak Moneyline
139 Over  7½  Wins +105
140 Under  7½  Wins -135
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Pittsburgh Pirates Longest Win Streak Moneyline
141 Over  5½  Wins +110
142 Under  5½  Wins -140
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - San Diego Padres Longest Win Streak Moneyline
143 Over  7½  Wins -140
144 Under  7½  Wins +110
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - San Francisco Giants Longest Win Streak Moneyline
145 Over  6½  Wins -140
146 Under  6½  Wins +110
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Seattle Mariners Longest Win Streak Moneyline
147 Over  7½  Wins +105
148 Under  7½  Wins -135
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - St Louis Cardinals Longest Win Streak Moneyline
149 Over  7½  Wins -105
150 Under  7½  Wins -125
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Tampa Bay Rays Longest Win Streak Moneyline
151 Over  7½  Wins +110
152 Under  7½  Wins -140
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Texas Rangers Longest Win Streak Moneyline
153 Over  6½  Wins -135
154 Under  6½  Wins +105
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Toronto Blue Jays Longest Win Streak Moneyline
155 Over  7½  Wins -120
156 Under  7½  Wins -110
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.
Rot MLB Season Specials - Washington Nationals Longest Win Streak Moneyline
157 Over  5½  Wins +140
158 Under  5½  Wins -170
Regular Season only, all wagers have action.

MLB Season Specials : Best Record

Thu, Mar 30, 2023 EST

Rot MLB Season Specials - Best Regular Season Record Moneyline
201 Houston Astros     +500
202 New York Mets     +500
203 New York Yankees     +600
204 Los Angeles Dodgers     +600
205 Atlanta Braves     +600
206 San Diego Padres     +850
207 Toronto Blue Jays     +1200
208 St Louis Cardinals     +1400
209 Philadelphia Phillies     +1800
210 Seattle Mariners     +2000
211 Tampa Bay Rays     +2200
212 Cleveland Guardians     +3300
213 Milwaukee Brewers     +3300
214 Texas Rangers     +5000
215 Chicago White Sox     +5000
216 Minnesota Twins     +6600
217 San Francisco Giants     +6600
218 Los Angeles Angels     +6600
219 Miami Marlins     +15000
220 Boston Red Sox     +17500
221 Chicago Cubs     +20000
222 Baltimore Orioles     +20000
223 Arizona Diamondbacks     +27500
224 Pittsburgh Pirates     +50000
225 Detroit Tigers     +50000
226 Kansas City Royals     +75000
227 Washington Nationals     +75000
228 Oakland Athletics     +100000
229 Colorado Rockies     +100000
230 Cincinnati Reds     +100000
All wagers have action.

MLB Season Specials : Race to 10 Wins

Thu, Mar 30, 2023 EST

Rot MLB Season Specials - Race to 10 Regular Season Wins Moneyline
301 Los Angeles Dodgers     +600
302 Houston Astros     +600
303 Atlanta Braves     +800
304 Tampa Bay Rays     +800
305 San Diego Padres     +1000
306 New York Mets     +1200
307 Seattle Mariners     +1200
308 New York Yankees     +1400
309 Toronto Blue Jays     +1800
310 St. Louis Cardinals     +2000
311 Cleveland Guardians     +2000
312 Philadelphia Phillies     +2200
313 Texas Rangers     +2200
314 Chicago White Sox     +2500
315 Boston Red Sox     +2500
316 Milwaukee Brewers     +2800
317 Baltimore Orioles     +3300
318 Miami Marlins     +3300
319 Minnesota Twins     +4000
320 Los Angeles Angels     +4000
321 Chicago Cubs     +5000
322 Kansas City Royals     +5000
323 Washington Nationals     +6600
324 San Francisco Giants     +6600
325 Arizona Diamondbacks     +7500
326 Colorado Rockies     +7500
327 Pittsburgh Pirates     +8000
328 Cincinnati Reds     +8000
329 Oakland Athletics     +12500
330 Detroit Tigers     +25000
All wagers have action.

MLB Season Specials : Last to Lose

Thu, Mar 30, 2023 EST

Rot MLB Regular Season Specials - Last Team to Lose a Regular Season Game Moneyline
301 Tampa Bay Rays     +850
302 New York Yankees     +1000
303 San Diego Padres     +1000
304 Los Angeles Dodgers     +1000
305 Atlanta Braves     +1200
306 Boston Red Sox     +1200
307 Texas Rangers     +1400
308 Houston Astros     +1400
309 St. Louis Cardinals     +1600
310 Los Angeles Angels     +1600
311 Cincinnati Reds     +1800
312 Toronto Blue Jays     +1800
313 Milwaukee Brewers     +2000
314 Chicago Cubs     +2000
315 Seattle Mariners     +2200
316 Minnesota Twins     +2200
317 Philadelphia Phillies     +2500
318 Kansas City Royals     +2500
319 Pittsburgh Pirates     +2800
320 Oakland Athletics     +2800
321 Baltimore Orioles     +2800
322 New York Mets     +3300
323 San Francisco Giants     +3300
324 Washington Nationals     +4000
325 Miami Marlins     +4000
326 Detroit Tigers     +5000
327 Cleveland Guardians     +5000
328 Chicago White Sox     +6600
329 Arizona Diamondbacks     +12500
330 Colorado Rockies     +17500
All wagers have action.

MLB Season Specials : Fewest Wins

Thu, Mar 30, 2023 EST

Rot MLB Season Specials - Team with Fewest Regular Season Wins Moneyline
301 Oakland Athletics     +350
302 Washington Nationals     +375
303 Colorado Rockies     +375
304 Cincinnati Reds     +450
305 Pittsburgh Pirates     +650
306 Kansas City Royals     +1000
307 Detroit Tigers     +1400
308 Arizona Diamondbacks     +1600
309 Baltimore Orioles     +5000
310 Boston Red Sox     +6600
311 Chicago Cubs     +6600
312 Miami Marlins     +8000
313 San Francisco Giants     +12500
314 Los Angeles Angels     +15000
315 Minnesota Twins     +17500
316 Chicago White Sox     +25000
317 Texas Rangers     +25000
318 Tampa Bay Rays     +50000
319 Milwaukee Brewers     +50000
320 Cleveland Guardians     +50000
321 Philadelphia Phillies     +75000
322 St. Louis Cardinals     +75000
323 Seattle Mariners     +75000
324 Atlanta Braves     +100000
325 Toronto Blue Jays     +100000
326 San Diego Padres     +150000
327 New York Yankees     +150000
328 New York Mets     +200000
329 Los Angeles Dodgers     +200000
330 Houston Astros     +200000
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MLB Season Specials : Winning Streak

Thu, Mar 30, 2023 EST

Rot MLB Season Specials - Longest Regular Season Win Streak Moneyline
301 Houston Astros     +800
302 New York Mets     +800
303 New York Yankees     +1000
304 Los Angeles Dodgers     +1000
305 Atlanta Braves     +1000
306 San Diego Padres     +1200
307 Toronto Blue Jays     +1200
308 St Louis Cardinals     +1600
309 Philadelphia Phillies     +1600
310 Tampa Bay Rays     +1800
311 Seattle Mariners     +1800
312 Milwaukee Brewers     +2000
313 Cleveland Guardians     +2000
314 Chicago White Sox     +2200
315 San Francisco Giants     +2500
316 Texas Rangers     +2500
317 Minnesota Twins     +3300
318 Miami Marlins     +3300
319 Los Angeles Angels     +3300
320 Boston Red Sox     +4000
321 Chicago Cubs     +4000
322 Baltimore Orioles     +5000
323 Arizona Diamondbacks     +8000
324 Kansas City Royals     +8000
325 Detroit Tigers     +8000
326 Washington Nationals     +10000
327 Pittsburgh Pirates     +10000
328 Oakland Athletics     +12500
329 Colorado Rockies     +12500
330 Cincinnati Reds     +12500
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Baseball Betting Odds & Lines

The sport of baseball has been around since the 18th century when people in Europe would hit a ball pitched to them, while the batter ran a circuit of bases after hitting the ball.

While baseball has evolved since those days, some central baseball concepts remain. In its early stages, baseball was known by many different names, but the term baseball wasn’t used until 1700, according to some people, while others dispute the term was used in 1672 to describe a game known as stoolball.

It wouldn’t be until 1846 that two teams, the New York Mutual and the Knickerbockers, would play the first “official” baseball game in the United States.

Since then, there have been college, amateur, and professional baseball teams in the United States and worldwide. Some of the most popular baseball leagues worldwide are MLB, NCAA baseball, and Japan NPB.

Major League Baseball

MLB has been around since 1876 and is the oldest professional baseball league globally. MLB is made up of two leagues, the National League and the American League, with 15 teams each.

MLB has a 162-game regular season, followed by three playoff rounds for the NL and three for the AL, with the winner from the AL and NL facing each other in the championship game, the World Series.

The NL and AL both have three divisions each and those divisions have five teams each. The team with the best record in each division will go to the playoffs, plus two additional teams with the best record that didn’t win their division.

The wild card round is a one-game elimination between the two teams that didn’t win their division; the division series will be between the top team and the winner of the one-game match while the other two remaining teams face each other in a best out of five series.

The final playoff round, the league championship series, will be the best out of five series between the division series winners, with the winner of this series going to the World Series.

NCAA Baseball

NCAA Baseball was first played by Amherst College and Williams College in 1859 under “Massachusetts rules,” which had a few different rules than the baseball we know today.

Those differences were that fielders were allowed to put a runner out by hitting him with a thrown ball, there was no foul territory, and the rules did not require baserunners to stay within the baselines.

Today, NCAA baseball follows most of the standard rules across all baseball leagues.

The NCAA baseball regular season consists of 82 games, with 64 teams going to an NCAA baseball tournament at the end of the season for a chance to become the next College World Series champions.

The tournament is unique in that it features four tiers of competition, alternating between double-elimination brackets and the best-of-three series.

Throughout the entire 64-team tournament, a team can lose a total of four games and still be crowned champions.

National seeds are given to 16 teams during team selection, with the top eight teams automatically hosting a super regional if they advance past the regional round.

Conference champions receive automatic bids in these tournaments while the selection committee fills the remaining spots.

The tournament brackets are divided into these three stages: regionals, super regionals, and the College World series.

Nippon Professional Baseball

NPB is a Japanese baseball league that consists of two leagues and 12 teams between the Pacific League and the Central League.

The NPB regular season consists of 146 games, with the conclusion of each regular season seeing the best teams from each league play in the Nippon Series, also known as the Japan Championship Series.

The Nippon Series is a best of seven series between the Central League’s team with the best record and the Pacific League’s team with the best record. There are no playoff games to get to the Nippon Series.

BetUS Offers

BetUS offers all the MLB games being played 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 customers who use cryptocurrency to deposit into their accounts for current customers. So whether you want to use cryptocurrency or cash, BetUS has you covered.

How to Bet on Baseball

Baseball is the most exciting sport to bet on, as professional teams usually have between two to four-game series against their opponents throughout the baseball season.

So with baseball games having the chance of giving a different outcome from one day to the next when there is a series involved between two teams, gamblers have to study many things besides just the baseball odds.

Gamblers looking to bet on baseball games need to look at more than just the baseball lines and baseball odds as baseball betting takes research if you want to find some teams that can help you get a winning bet.

Baseball odds work closely to an NFL game, except baseball betting is based on runs instead of points like in the NFL.

There are three main options for gamblers to bet on baseball games that we will go over.

Run Spreads

Baseball betting on run spreads is based on which team is favored or underdog for each game. The run spread gives runs to underdog teams while the favorite team will give runs to the opposing team.

These spreads are usually adjusted based on which players are starting and out for the game.

The most significant thing that gamblers should look at is the bullpen and which players are available in each bullpen, along with the batting stats of players from both teams.

Bullpen players have a history of being either the pitcher that helps hold the lead or blows their team’s lead. Looking at a relief pitcher’s ERA can help with seeing if they are more prone to blow a lead or not.

Looking at the offensive bench players and their history against opposing pitchers would be something else that can help find out if one team can have a secret edge that has gotten overlooked.

Ensuring that a team can cover the run spread is essential to a winning wager, and if a bullpen has a history of giving up too many runs late in the game, your team might not cover.

Batting rotation can also play a part in which team will have an edge. Seeing which batters have a good history against starting and relief pitching can show if a team has a weakness or strength with their starting lineup.

Baseball Moneyline Bets

The moneyline is a straight-up bet on which team will be the winner. Baseball odds for moneyline bets give the favorite negative odds, while the underdog gets plus odds.

With most MLB games being competitive, the moneyline odds can be a chance for gamblers to get better returns over making a run spread bet.

The same strategies that gamblers use on run spreads can be used here, as the gambler only needs an outright win.

Over/Under on Run Total

The last type of baseball odds to look at is how many total runs will be scored in a game.

The odds will be based on a total number of runs, with gamblers choosing to wager if the total runs will be over or under the number given.

For these types of wagers, gamblers will need to look at both the pitching and batting of both teams.

While the baseball odds are based on what oddsmakers think will be the total number of runs scored, they come to that number by looking at the average number of runs both teams score in a game.

Gamblers should look at what batters for both teams are on hot or cold streaks, along with the ERA of the starting pitchers and the bullpen pitchers.

These players will all be a part of and can factor in how many runs are scored.

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Baseball FAQs

BetUS has many baseball games available to bet on, from NCAA baseball to MLB and even baseball leagues from around the world, along with prop bets on each game. BetUS also allows for the use of cryptocurrency to place your baseball bets.
On the sportsbook part of the BetUS site, click on BASEBALL. From there, you can scroll down to the baseball league and game or games that you want to bet on in those leagues. After clicking on the game(s) you want to bet on, you will see all the odds and different types of betting options available for the game(s). You can then click on which game(s) you want to wager money on.
The Los Angeles Dodgers are the favorite to win the 2022 World Series for the MLB season.
Baseball odds work the same as football odds. 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.

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Rolling If Bets (RIF) allow you to use the balance (amount) from existing wagers to make a new wager. As long as existing wagers have not been graded, the amount wagered can still be used to make new wagers. However, if your original wager loses, the Rolling If Bet is then cancelled. There are two options for ties (pushes); you can specify if you want the Rolling If Bet to continue in case of a tie or simply cancel the RIF.

Rolling If Bets are:
  • only allowed on straight bets, Parlays and Teasers.
  • not available with Free Plays or Futures and Props
  • only available if you have pre existing, non graded wagers
  • you can only use the funds from the amount of the pre existing wager
How to Place a Rolling If Bet:
  • Choose any straight, parlay or teaser and Place it on the Bet Slip
  • Click on the Rolling If Bet button next to the wager detail
  • In the RIF dropdown, choose a wager that you want to use for RIF
  • Click on "If Win Only" or "If Win or Push" (explained above)
  • Fill in the amount and confirm your wager (the system will not allow you a higher amount than what is available)
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Rolling If Bets (RIF) allow you to use the balance (amount) from existing wagers to make a new wager. As long as existing wagers have not been graded, the amount wagered can still be used to make new wagers. However, if your original wager loses, the Rolling If Bet is then cancelled. There are two options for ties (pushes); you can specify if you want the Rolling If Bet to continue in case of a tie or simply cancel the RIF.

Rolling If Bets are:
  • only allowed on straight bets, Parlays and Teasers.
  • not available with Free Plays or Futures and Props
  • only available if you have pre existing, non graded wagers
  • you can only use the funds from the amount of the pre existing wager
How to Place a Rolling If Bet:
  • Choose any straight, parlay or teaser and Place it on the Bet Slip
  • Click on the Rolling If Bet button next to the wager detail
  • In the RIF dropdown, choose a wager that you want to use for RIF
  • Click on "If Win Only" or "If Win or Push" (explained above)
  • Fill in the amount and confirm your wager (the system will not allow you a higher amount than what is available)
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