Baseball Betting Trends for September 25: Hitter-Based Trend of the Day

SU Play ON Trend of the Day: The Reds are 29-0 SU as a home favorite of more than 130 when they are off a game as a favorite in which they allowed six-plus runs.

SU Play AGAINST Trend of the Day: The Braves are 0-15 SU in the first game of a series with rest off a home game in which they scored in at most two separate innings and it is post All-Star break.

Hitter-Based Trend of the Day: The Astros are 18-0 SU as a 125-plus favorite off a road game in which Yuli Gurriel had multiple hits.

Starter-Based Trend of the Day: The Angels are 9-0 SU with Matt Shoemaker as a favorite when he averaged more than four pitches per batter in his last start.

Monster ROI Trend of the Day:The Cardinals are 0-5 SU THIS season as a home favorite off a home game in which Jose Martinez hit a home run. In their last three in this spot, they scored a total of three runs and never led.

Monster Margin Trend of the Day: The Mets are 6-0 SU when their opponent’s starter has a strike-per-ball ratio less than 1.6 on the season. The average final score in these six games has been 9.50 to 2.50 runs.

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