Baseball Betting Trends for September 23: Monster ROI Trend of the Day

SU Play ON Trend of the Day: The Dodgers are 25-0 SU since the start of the 2006 season in the last game of a series as a 200-plus favorite when they are off a win in which they never trailed.

SU Play AGAINST Trend of the Day: The Orioles are 0-18 SU on the road after they used five-plus pitchers and it is post All-Star break.

Hitter-Based Trend of the Day: The Athletics are 10-0 SU as a home favorite of more than 130 when they are off a home game in which Khris Davis was hitless.

Starter-Based Trend of the Day: The Rockies are 11-0 SU in franchise history with Kyle Freeland when they scored less than three runs and lost in his last start with Freeland allowing fewer than ten hits.

Monster ROI Trend of the Day: The Rockies are 13-0 SU on the road after a game as a road dog in which they left 18+ men on base. Colorado was an average of plus 138 on the moneyline in these 13 wins and 10 of the 13 are from THIS season.

Monster Margin Trend of the Day: The Angels are 0-7 SU as a road dog after a game in which they had fewer team-left-on-base than their opponent. The final scores in their last three games in this spot were: 0-10, 3-21, 3-11

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We also investigate the technical circumstances of each team and game, searching for meaningful historical trends utilizing the SDQL. How teams have performed under certain conditions in the past, such as; after a loss in which their star was no the high scorer, after a game in which their star point guard committed five-plus turnovers or after two straight games in which 60%-plus of their baskets were assisted, can portend future outcomes. In addition to selectively using these established, simple single-team and single-factor angles, we have discovered and continue to develop our own unique and complex team and league-wide sports handicapping systems for employment in our arsenal. SDQL Guru’s SYSTEMS are the most POWERFUL technical handicapping tools in the industry.

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