Winning MLB Trends for April 13, 2019


SU Play ON Trend of the Day: The Red Sox are 27-0 SU as a 185-plus home favorites a team that has lost at least their last four games and it better than 200 on the season and it is not a series opener.

SU Play AGAINST Trend of the Day: The Cardinals are 0-13 SU in the first game of a road series with rest vs a team that has won at least their last two games and it is before the All-Star break.

Batter-Based Trend of the Day: The Angels are 0-12 SU since May 05, 2018 on the road after Albert Pujols had multiple hits last game.

Starter-Based Trend of the Day: The Astros are 13-0 SU in franchise history with Justin Verlander on the road when he averaged more than 4.00 pitches per batter in his last start.

Monster ROI Trend of the Day: The Tigers are 4-0 SU when their opponent’s starter has an ERA of less than 2.25 on the season and it is before the All-Star break, for an ROI of 189.7%.

Monster Margin Trend of the Day: The Astros are 10-0 SU in the second game of a series as a road 140+ favorite after a game as a road favorite in which they had twelve-plus hits, winning by an average of 5.90 runs per game.


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