Baseball Betting Trends for September 27: SU Play AGAINST Trend of the Day

SU Play ON Trend of the Day: Jon Lester is 25-5 SU (team wins) in his career as a 140-plus favorite after August, including 11-0 SU as a member of the Cubs.

SU Play AGAINST Trend of the Day: The Mets are 0-15 SU in the last game of a series as a dog off a game as a favorite in which they struck out their opponent at least ten times.

Hitter-Based Trend of the Day: The Yankees are 9-0 SU in franchise history on the road after any game in which Miguel Andujar struck out at least twice.

Starter-Based Trend of the Day: In his career, Marco Gonzales 11-0 SU (team wins) when he went six-plus innings gave up six or fewer hits and fewer than two home runs in his last start and his team won.

Monster ROI Trend of the Day: The Tigers are 6-0 SU on the road after a game in which Niko Goodrum struck out at least twice. Detroit was an average of +202.5 on the moneyline in these six wins.

Monster Margin Trend of the Day: The Phillies are 0-7 SU off a game as a dog in which they did not hit a home run. The average final score in these seven games has been: Phillies 1.86 runs, Opponent 9.81 runs.

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