Baseball Betting Trends for September 28: Hitter-Based Trend of the Day

SU Play ON Trend of the Day: The Mets are 19-0 SU as a favorite after a game as a home dog in which they had more strikeouts than hits and it is post All-Star break.

SU Play AGAINST Trend of the Day: The Red Sox are 0-18 SU as a dog vs a lefty when they are off a game as a favorite and they faced righties in each of their last three games.

Hitter-Based Trend of the Day: The Yankees are 10-0 SU in franchise history after a game as a road favorite in which Giancarlo Stanton hit a home run.

Starter-Based Trend of the Day: The Indians are 12-0 THIS season with Mike Clevinger as a 120-plus favorite when the team is seeking immediate revenge for a loss as a favorite. Cleveland win these twelve games by an average of 5.25 runs.

Monster ROI Trend of the Day: The Padres are 7-0 SU recently as a dog in the first game of a series with rest. San Diego was an average of plus 162 on the moneyline in these seven wins.

Monster Margin Trend of the Day: The Rockies are 6-0 SU as a home favorite after a game in which their bullpen allowed multiple runs. Colorado has destroyed their opponent by an average final score of 9.67 to 1.67.

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