• 2017 World Series Predictions, Baseball Playoffs Odds

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    2017 World Series Odds and MLB Playoffs Predictions

    The 2017 MLB regular season was completed on Sunday and bookmakers in Vegas have updated their odds for the 10 teams that reached the playoffs. Before the season, the defending champion Chicago Cubs had 3-1 odds to win, which means that bookmakers believed that their chances were about 25% to repeat as World Series champs after last year’s triumph. Now, that number has dropped, but which teams are favorites to win World Series right now?

    The table below shows current World Series odds from Westgate Las Vegas Super Book with Accuscore’s predictions side-by-side. These predictions are based on 10,000 simulations of every postseason game.

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    2017 Baseball Playoffs Predictions and Odds

    As we can see, Cleveland and the LA Dodgers have jumped up to the clear favorites to win this World Series. Their combined win probability based on odds from Westgate is close to 60%. However, Accuscore’s simulations are exactly in agreement with those numbers. Based on Accuscore, the Houston Astros will continue pounding runs in the postseason, and they are predicted to be World Series winners this year. There is also some value for the Washington National’s to go on a title run when Accuscore and Westgate numbers are analyzed. As many times earlier, we can find value for long shots as well, but if the probability to win the bet is under 5% once a year, that rarely generates profitable cash flow in your betting fund.

    The New York Yankees could be the dark horse in ALDS, if they perform as predicted against Minnesota in Tuesday’s Wild Card game. The series between Cleveland and the New York Yankees can be evenly matched, as many estimate, and there is good chance for a Yankee’s surprise. Outside of that, we expect that Washington, Houston and Los Angeles will proceed to the league championship series without game 5s being necessary.

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  • 2018 Baseball Win Totals Projections - Futures Picks

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    2018 Baseball Season Futures - Win Totals & Picks

    The 2018 Major League Baseball season begins with all 30 teams taking the mound and stepping up to the plate on Thursday, but before dads take their kids out of school for the day to play hooky at the ball park, AccuScore simulated out the entire 2018 MLB season to project win totals for every team in the Majors. Of course, our computer also has playoff odds, and we put our win totals side-by-side with the win totals line Las Vegas oddsmakers are using ahead of Opening Day.

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    AL Season Win Totals - 2018 Baseball Futures

    In the American League, the Houston Astros come off their World Series win with a projected win total of 95.7 wins, which is still below Vegas' line of 96.5. AccuScore gives the Astros 91.3% chance of making the postseason and 76.3% odds to win the AL West. The Astros are the most likely AL team to make the playoffs and are only second behind the Cleveland Indians to win the division. The Indians are 77.8% to win the AL Central with the Minnesota Twins expected to offer the only resistance considering the Tigers, White Sox and Royals are all projected to be stuck near the bottom of the American League standings.

    Along with the Astros, Indians and Yankees, the Boston Red Sox project to make the postseason and are favorites to snatch a Wild Card spot. Boston is 70.2% to make the postseason and only a couple percent behind the Yankees to win the AL East. Of all the divisions, the AL East projects to provide the most intriguing division race. What else is new?

    NL Season Win Totals - 2018 Baseball Futures

    In the National League, the Washington Nationals, Chicago Cubs and LA Dodgers all project to win their respective divisions. The Cubs expect to finish with the best record in baseball at 96.7 wins, which is higher than Vegas' line of 94.5 wins. Only the Astros and Dodgers get a higher win total line in Vegas. The Cubs are also AccuScore's most likely team to make the playoffs at 96.1% to play into October. The Nationals, meanwhile, are AccuScore's most likely team to win their division at 86.6%.

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    Every year, our analysts make expert picks on Season totals. In 2016, our experts got all three of their picks correct. In 2017, we got adventurous and doubled our picks and ended the year with five of our six picks correct. So, we're back this year with another set of Season Win Totals picks, but as always, these are Members Only!
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  • 2019 Baseball Win Totals Lines, Picks for Every Team

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    2019 Baseball Season Futures - Win Totals & Picks

    The 2019 MLB season is starting, which means the marathon season is upon us. That also means this is the best time to take a look at AccuScore's total win projections and compare them against Vegas win totals lines to find value. AccuScore's projections will adjust as the season progresses and you can always see adjusted win-loss projections at the bottom of the Expert Baseball Picks page.

    So, without further delay, here are AccuScore's baseball season win projections side-by-side with Las Vegas win totals lines.

    MLB - 2019 Baseball Win Totals Odds

    As you can see, there are a number of teams where AccuScore and Vegas disagree on projections, and we've put the ones that are off by 5.0 games or more in red and the ones that have a difference of 4.0 games or more in yellow. Notably, the win total lines for the Toronto Blue Jays and New York Mets are just about identical for both Vegas and AccuScore.

    On the opposite end, the greatest value comes via the San Francisco Giants. Vegas has set a line of 73.5 wins. AccuScore projects the Giants will win 79.9 games, which means there's a 6.4 game discrepancy. Only five teams have worse win total lines to start the season, and the odds of the Giants outperforming the low line are pretty good according to AccuScore.

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    1. San Francisco Giants: OVER 73.5: The Giants are simply projected to win far more games according to AccuScore, and this is the greatest value pick on the board.

    2.Tampa Bay Rays: UNDER 84.5: The Red Sox and the Yankees are stacked, and both teams are projected to win over 90 games. Add in that the Orioles are projected to win 65 games, according to AccuScore, and there just aren't all that many wins left for the Rays in the AL East. It'll be an interesting fight, but there are a lot of good reasons to pick the Under here.

    3.Kansas City Royals: OVER 69.5:OK, the Royal are not projected to be good, but even the slightest of good runs and the Royals pay off big time. In this case, the Royals only need to get to 70 wins to pay off, and AccuScore projects a robust 73.4 wins. Take the Royals Over.

  • Analyst Pick: Cubs vs Nationals

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    Tuesday Night Baseball: Chicago Cubs vs Washington Nationals

    The Chicago Cubs and Washington Nationals are back in action Tuesday night with star pitchers Jake Arrieta (7-5 , 4.36 ERA) and Max Scherzer (8-5 , 2.09 ERA) set to take the mound. The Cubs held on to a 5-4 victory Monday night despite a late Nats rally that saw Washington score four runs in the ninth.

    The line opened with the Nats listed at -158 on the money line and the total set at 8.

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    Cy Young Clash

    Scherzer (8-5) leads the Majors with a 2.09 ERA, entering Tuesday's matchup with 145 strikeouts - good for No. 2 in the Majors. The right-hander has notched double-digit strikeouts in his past six games.

    Arrieta (7-5) has a 4.36 ERA this year, but is coming off his best start of the season, giving up just one run in seven innings in a win over the Marlins on Thursday. In his past three career starts vs the Nats, Arrieta has given up a total of five runs in 17 innings. Scherzer has a career 3.19 ERA vs. the Cubs.

    Recent Trends vs AccuScore Simulation Data

    Depending on when/where you get the total, there's quite a bit of value when comparing to AccuScore sim data.

    The total the public's getting is either 8 or 7.5; AccuScore simulations, however, have that number set at 9, indicating a pick on the OVER.

    The total combined score goes OVER 7.5 in nearly 60 percent of simulations. Considering most wagers on the total are listed at -110, which indicates about a 53 percent chance of happening, a 60 percent probability of something happening is fairly attractive. The only drawback? Looks like our data is going against some betting trends.

    Relevant Betting Trends

    • Chicago is 0-4 in Arrieta's past four road starts vs. teams with a winning record.
    • Washington is 5-1 in Scherzer's past six starts on five days of rest.
    • The total has gone UNDER in six of Scherzer's last seven starts.

    Analyst's Pick

    Chicago's 17-21 on the road - I'll go with Washington and the UNDER.

  • Analyst Pick: Dodgers vs Diamondbacks

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    LA Dodgers vs Arizona Diamondbacks – 4th of July

    July 4th MLB action features a slate of must-watch games, but the night caps off in Los Angeles as the 52-31 Arizona Diamondbacks head to Chavez Ravine for a matchup with Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers. L.A. is a home favorite, listed at about -270 on the money line, with Arizona getting +245.

    Dodgers vs Diamondbacks

    Don't let the odds fool you - this matchup projects to be a lot more competitive than initial Vegas odds indicate. The Diamondbacks have 18 of their 31 losses on the road this season, but enter this series with tons of momentum, coming off a three-game series against the Colorado Rockies. The Dodgers have a 2.5-game lead over the Diamondbacks in the NL West heading into Tuesday's matchup.

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    Betting Trends

    • The Diamondbacks are 7-1 in their last 8 road games.
    • The Diamondbacks are 18-6 in their last 24 overall.
    • The Diamondbacks are 18-6 in their last 24 games on grass.
    • The UNDER is 7-1 in the Dodgers' last 8 games following a loss.
    • The Dodgers are 46-15 in their last 61 home games.
    • The Dodgers are 25-9 in their last 34 games played on a Tuesday.

    What to Watch For

    Kershaw makes his 18th start of the season, with Patrick Corbin (6-7, 4.76 ERA) on the mound for Arizona. Corbin got the start against the Dodgers on April 15, giving up 5 runs (3 earned) in six innings of a 8-4 loss. Kershaw -- despite his 12-2 record with a 2.32 ERA on the season -- has struggled this year. Well, relatively. He has already given up a career-high 17 home runs, but seems to be getting back on track in his past few starts.

    Keep an eye on Dodgers catcher and second baseman Austin Barnes. He had a strong outing against Corbin last time around with a HR against the lefty. Barnes heads into Tuesday's matchup after putting up 7 RBIs and 2 HRs on Friday vs San Diego.

    Best Bet(s)

    Looking at who's on the mound for L.A., it's tough to suggest any pick other than the Dodgers winning this game. The Dodgers win approximately 65 percent of simulated matchups.

    Trends vs Data

    AccuScore sim data suggets taking the OVER in this game - the total combined score goes OVER 7.5 in over 57 percent of simulations.

    Recent trends between these two teams, however, suggest the opposite. The total has gone UNDER in 4 of the Diamondbacks' last 6 games when playing on the road against the Dodgers.

    With Arizona's relative struggles on the road and Kershaw on the mound, my lean would be on the UNDER.

  • Analyst Pick: Red Sox vs Blue Jays

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    Analyst Pick: Boston Red Sox vs Toronto Blue Jays

    The Boston Red Sox host the Toronto Blue Jays Monday in a matchup that opened with the home side slightly favored at -130 on the money line (ML) in Vegas, indicating a 56.5 percentage chance of winning. The line settled to -123 at the time of publication, with the Blue Jays getting +113 money line odds. The total is set at 9.5.

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    Pitching Matchup

    Stroman heads into Monday's matchup with a 9-5 record and an ERA of 3.28. He has 93 strikeouts over the 112.1 innings he's pitched this season, allowing about 9.1 hits per 9 innings pitched. Toronto's bullpen hasn't been relatively as great with an ERA of 4.29. The team overall is No. 18 in the majors with an ERA of 4.57.

    Boston's Eduard Rodriguez heads into this matchup with a 4-2 record and an ERA of 3.54. He has given up 49 hits in the 61 innings pitched this season, allowing about 7.2 hits per 9 innings pitched. He's backed up by a bullpen that has an ERA of just 3.08, with the team overall allowing 8.6 hits per nine innings. They're No. 3 in the majors with a team ERA of 3.79.

    Key Stat No. 1: Boston is No. 2 in opponent strikeouts per walk at 1.98.

    Key Stat No. 2: The Red Sox rank No. 2 of 30 MLB teams in opponent strikeouts per nine innings (7.12), a few ticks behind league-leading Houston (6.86).

    Key Stat No. 3: Boston is No. 4 in terms opponent stolen base percentage; Toronto, on the other hand, is ranked No. 28 of 30 in the same category.

    What to Watch For

    Stroman has been fairly impressive this season for Toronto, entering this matchup after giving up just one run and six hits his last time out (July 8). He was favored slightly on the money line (-137) and came through for bettors. Batters are connecting on his pitches less than 32 percent of the time, and just a shade over 18 percent of his fly balls end up as HRs.

    Betting Trends

    Toronto is 6-2 in the last 8 meetings in Boston.
    • Toronto is 2-5 in their last 7 vs. the AL East.
    • Toronto is 6-15 in their last 21 games vs. a left-handed starter.
    • Toronto is 6-13 in Stroman’s last 19 road starts.
    • Boston is 11-4 in their last 15 home games vs. a right-handed starter.
    • Boston is 4-1 in Rodriguez’s last five starts at home.
    • The UNDER is 18-6-3 in Toronto's last 27 road games vs. a left-handed starter.
    • The UNDER is 6-2 in Boston's last eight home games.
    • The UNDER is 4-0 in Rodriguez’s last 4 home starts.
    • The UNDER is 16-5-1 in Rodriguez’s last 22 starts vs. the AL East.
    • The UNDER is 4-0 in the last four meetings between the two sides in Boston.

    Analyst's Pick

    Boston averages 4.8 runs per game in 2017; Toronto averages 4.16. The averages for this current season indicate a pick on the UNDER.

    The Red Sox are struggling on offense over the last week or so, and best of all, the UNDER is a our-star AccuScore hot trend pick.

    I'll take the UNDER.

  • Dodgers vs Angels - Analyst Preview

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    Dodgers vs Angels: Analyst Preview

    Only eight games on the MLB slate for a Monday? Usually there’s more action to pick from, but there’s some quality action in the evening games as the interleague showdown between the Angels and Dodgers takes center stage at Chavez Ravine. The Angels are 38-28 against the Dodgers since 2005, entering this year's Freeway Series after winning the 2016 affair 3-1.

    Left-hander Rich Hill and right-hander Ricky Nolasco are set to face off with the Dodgers entering the matchup having won 10 straight games.

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    Odds vs Sim Data

    Just given how the Dodgers are playing of late, it's no surprise they're heavy run-and-a-half favorites at home, listed at -215 on the money line.

    Vegas odds suggest the Dodgers have over a 68 percent change of winning Monday night; AccuScore simulation data seems to agree with that notion with the home side winning about 63-to-64 percent of matchups.

    The Dodgers -- despite the lack of overall value -- are a four-star hot trend pick on the money line.

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    Betting Trends

    • The Angels are 4-2 against the spread (ATS) in their last six games overall.
    • The total has gone OVER in five of the Angels’ last seven games.
    • The total has gone OVER in 13 of the Dodgers’ last 16 games.
    • The Dodgers are 5-0 ATS in their last five games at home.

    Dodgers vs Angels

    Starting Pitchers

    Hill has recorded 40 innings pitched heading into Monday’s matchup, logging a 4.73 ERA with four wins in seven games. He got the win his last time out allowing just one run over five innings against the New York Mets. Historically, he has a 6.23 ERA in six career appearances against the Angels.

    Nolasco, on the other hand, hasn't had a whole lot of success this year, recording just 2 wins in 11 games with a 5.23 ERA. The Angels have lost the last 10 games in which Nolasco got the start; he enters Monday's matchup giving up the most HRs in the American League. Nolasco has given up 23 home runs in 84 1/3 innings.

  • Dodgers vs Giants: Analyst Pick

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    Dodgers vs Giants: Sunday Analyst Pick

    Dodgers vs Angels

    The San Francisco Giants are already looking ahead to next season, already 25 games below .500 and in no position to make matters better in 2017. So for now, they'll look to get their satisfaction by trying to slow down the rival Los Angeles Dodgers who are now 33.5 games ahead of the Giants in the standings.

    Madison Bumgarner (1-4, 3.38 ERA) for SF; Ryu Hyun-Jin (3-6, 4.17 ERA) for the Dodgers.

    Let's take a look at there there might be some value in this contest.

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    Burgarner gets the start in place of right hander Matt Cain, and it'll take one of his legendary performances to get the win Sunday. The Giants were limited to just four hits and 1 run on Saturday, with their bullpen being practically non-existant - pitching just 2 2/3 innings so far in the series.

    For the Dodgers, all eyes will be on Ryu and whether or not he can manage the game well enough to allow the L.A. offense to take over. In his only start against the Giants this year, he allowed 1 run over 6 innings in 1-2 loss.

    The Dodgers are heavily favored on the money line (-265) and rightfully so. The Dodgers win close to 67 percent of simulations, a four-star (out of four) AccuScore hot trend.

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    Vegas Odds vs AccuScore Sims

    Is the -265 worth the odds on the money line? While the Giants are expected to keep the game close, a look at the probabilities confirms the confidence AccuSore data has in the home side.

    A -265 on the money line indicates about a 72-to-73 percent chance of winning. AccuScore data -- completely separate from Vegas odds -- has that winning probability around 67 percent. As such, AccuScore would have listed the Dodgers' ML odds at about -205, making the -265 not very attractive.

    Betting Trends vs AccuScore Hot Trends
    • SF is 1-6 in its last seven vs the NL West.
    • Dodgers are 44-12 in their last 56 home games.
    • The OVER is 7-2-2 in SF's last 11 Sunday games.
    • The OVER is 4-0-1 in Dodgers last five home games.

    Here we're specifically focused on the total. Recent trends as you can see suggest taking the OVER. The Dodgers get runs on the board at home -- clearly -- and Ryu on the mound indicates the Giants' bats might get going. Ryu has averaged just 5.1 innings pitched in the last month, struggling to go deep in his starts.

    Whereas Vegas has their total set at 9, AccuScore data actually has it at 8, indicating a pick on the UNDER. The total combined score stays below 9 in over 53 percent of simulations, a two-star (out of four) AccuScore hot trend. The majority of Ryu's games this season have finished below the total.

    Analyst's Pick
    Dodgers get the sweep, and the UNDER.

  • Friday's Analyst Pick: Cardinals vs Pirates

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    MLB Friday: Cardinals at Pirates

    Friday features a slate of MLB action and it's about time. Monday and Tuesday might have been entertaining in terms of fanfare, but regular game action means one thing - attractive wagering opportunities.

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    Betting Trends

    Let's take a look at a matchup and what stands out.

    Cardinals @ Pirates | Friday, 4:05 PM Pacific

    The Pittsburgh Pirates -- assuming weather doesn't become a factor -- will host the St. Louis Cardinals with the home side slightly favored (-120) and the total set at 8. The Cards have Mike Leake (6-7, 3.12 ERA) on the mound, matched up across from the Pirates' Gerrit Cole (7-7, 4.43).

    From the St. Louis side, Leake enters the matchup with 74 strikeouts over his 109.2 innings pitched this season; he has given up 102 hits. He allows 8.4 hits per 9 innings and he has a FIP of 3.96. The bullpen has an ERA of 4.12. As a team, St. Louis allows 8.5 hits per nine innings, striking out 8.4 batters. They are 6th in the league in team earned run average at 3.97.

    For Pittsburgh, Cole has 94 strikeouts over the 107.2 innings he has pitched, giving up 113 hits.. He's also given up 113 hits. He allows 9.4 hits per nine innings. As a team, Pittsburgh is 12th in the league in team ERA 4.19.

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    Analyst's Pick: Pittsburgh has a slight edge being at home, but their bullpen ranks No. 23 in the league in terms of giving up HRs. With AccuScore data heavily suggesting the UNDER, the lean is on the Cards and the UNDER. St. Louis is 7-2 straight up (SU) in their last nine against Pittsburgh.

    Another trend that points towards going with AccuScore's St. Louis pick is the fact that Pittsburgh struggles after wins this season. They're 1-5 SU in their last six games after a win.

    Cards get the slight upset win on the road with the total staying UNDER 8

  • Hot Trends - NHL & NBA Playoffs, Baseball's Hot Week

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    Hot Trends - NHL & NBA Playoffs

    Cashing in with NHL playoffs

    The hockey season is approaching its pinnacle point--the Stanley Cup finals. But first, we need to figure out which teams are going to proceed to the finals. With the first round all but over, let’s look back how accurate Accuscore predictions have been at the start of the NHL playoffs.

    When betting outright winners in moneyline markets, 100 dollars in 42 games played so far have converted to 900 profit so far. Any bettor would take that. Another 400 dollar profit has been recorded by betting the same games on side value bets.

    In Europe, hockey leagues are in final stages. During the regular season and also in playoffs, the best profits have been recorded from totals betting. KHL provided a playoff profit of 500, while Liiga in Finland scored profits of 210 during the playoffs. Many of these players will head to ice hockey World Championship starting next week. Accuscore simulates every game from this tournament, as well. As a reminder, AccuScore recorded profits of 870 and 190 dollars from side value and totals betting, respectively, in the 2017 World Championships.

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    NBA Playoffs - Early Returns

    NBA playoffs are in full speed as well. Golden State and Philadelphia proceeding to the second round were not surprises, but the New Orleans Pelicans 4-0 swept over Portland wasn’t included into most predictions.

    So far, the best betting results based on Accuscore predictions have been seen in side value betting. Even though some favorites have been struggling, we have been able to secure 91 dollars profit in playoffs. This is expected to be increasing, because simulations will catch up hot teams better during second round of playoffs.

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    Baseball Trends - Fire Week

    Baseball season has been struggled with cold weather in many places since start of the season. However, bettors who have followed Accuscore moneyline bets have been hot during the last week. With 100 bet for every MLB game during the last seven days, 1414 dollars profit have been recorded. That would keep you warm for a while. One nugget from totals betting is the trend of Washington Nationals playing on the road. Accuscore has predicted 10/11 correct of these game totals.

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    How to Use AccuScore's Baseball Picks

    New to AccuScore or haven't been here in a while? We got you. Here's how AccuScore works:

    First of all, since we're talking about baseball picks, click on "Baseball" at the top of the any AccuScore.com as demonstrated with the giant red arrow below:

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    Boom! Now you're on the baseball picks page. If you're not logged in as a member, you'll see one free game listed and all the other games will be shaded out. So, it's best to log in here and get full access to all the games. Click "Login" at the top right of the page, as demonstrated by the green arrow in the image below.

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    And so, now that you're in member mode, there are two primary ways to read AccuScore's picks. The graph view is the default view with the shaded in circle, but you can also enter the grid mode by clicking on the purple arrow in the image above.

    Graph Mode vs Grid Mode

    The default Graph Mode shows two circles. The Outside circle shows AccuScore's simulations results, i.e. Moneyline Picks. Meanwhile, the inside circle displays the current Las Vegas odds converted into a percentage. The visual of the odds and AccuScore's percentages side-by-side allows you to see the Side Value as the dark blue shaded portion of the inner circle. Hovering over the dark region, you can see the amount of Side Value the computer calculates, as displayed in the image below:

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    Above the circles, one finds star-ratings for the moneyline pick and for the Side Value pick. These stars rate from 1 to 4, with a 4-star pick meaning that a significant number of historic trends increases the computer's confidence in that particular pick.

    Below the circles in the shaded bottom third of the box, there is an Over/Under pick. In the example above, the computer's pick is listed as "Under" with the total runs line set at 8.5 runs. Next to "8.5" AccuScore shares its confidence in the pick by detailing that 59.4% of AccuScore's simulations went Under 8.5 runs.

    Next to the Totals pick, AccuScore also lists a Run Line pick. In the example above, AccuScore's pick is the New York Mets with a +1.0 runs handicap. In this case, only 44.9% of simulations ended with the Mets winning outright, while 25.1% of simulations ended with the Mets losing by exactly one run and the Nationals winning by 2 or more runs 38.0% of the time. As such, the pick is Mets +1, as this is the most likely outcome.

    Grid Mode: Ode to the Old Times

    Go back a couple images and the purple arrow shows you how to enter Grid Mode. Once there, You'll see something like this:

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    The grid system is built on showing value and picks via numbers instead of images. So, here's the breakdown, reading left to right on the image above:

    "Date" and "Team" should be pretty self-explanatory.

    Then, we get into "Acc Sim%" - This is AccuScore's simulation results. In the example above, Kansas City won 36.4% of simulations, while Seattle won 63.6% of AccuScore's simulations.

    The "Odds%" column is Las Vegas moneyline odds converted to a percentage. Seeing the percentages side-by-side shows you where the value is. In the Seattle vs Kansas City game, AccuScore's 63.6% for Seattle to win is greater than Vegas's 56.4% to win, so there is value in picking Seattle on the moneyline in this example.

    "PS" is short for Point Spread, which means the handicap pick. The picks are listed in order: "Seattle -1.0, CHW +1.0, etc."

    "OU" on top of "ACC OU" is the Over/Under, or Totals, pick. The top row displays the current Total Runs line in Las Vegas. Below it, AccuScore lists the computer's calculated line. If it's higher than the Las Vegas line, the pick is Over. If it's lower than the Vegas line, the pick is Under. Simple.

    The Grid view also allows you to sort picks by star ratings for Moneyline, Side Value or Totals.

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    By clicking on the yellow arrow (below) in either mode, you can enter the full game forecast. The blue arrow points to the written free preview and trends available for all games.

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    Inside the game preview, you can adjust the handicap lines and adjust the Over/Under lines to see AccuScore's percentages at any different line within reason. Using the red arrow in the image below, you can use AccuScore's extra tools to adjust Handicap Lines, Totals lines and view player props. The green arrows below display how to use the tool to adjust lines.

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    Want more?

    AccuScore forecasts also feature fantasy data, team trends and an archive of all of AccuScore's past picks for download. Just scroll down in the forecast to see even more expert analysis and trends:

    AccuScore Baseball Betting System

    July 2017 - Top Baseball Trends

    Entering July, here's a quick rundown of AccuScore's top trends:

    • All Moneyline Pick when Home Team is 45% to 55% to win in Simulations:
    – 258-206 55.6% +2,540 units profit

    • All Side Value Picks when Vegas Lists Home Team from -109 to +109:
    – 143-116, 55% +2138

    • NY Yankees – All Side Value Picks as Vegas Road Underdog:
    – 15-3, 83.3% +1321

    • Baltimore Orioles – All Moneyline Picks as a Road Underdog
    – 23-7, 76.6% +1,091.

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  • MLB Wednesday: Analyst Free Pick

    Written by Rohit Ghosh
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    Baseball: Analyst's Odds Analysis

    We're always interested when Vegas odds and AccuScore sim data don't match up, and we've got exactly that sort of a situation in today's Indians-Twins matchup. At the time of publication, the Twins are home underdogs, getting +150 to +155 on the money line. Most books have the total set at 9.5, with a few still at 9.

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    Betting Trends vs AccuScore Sims

    All signs point to Cleveland taking this, as evidenced by the Vegas odds. Even look at some of the applicable betting trends:
    - Cleveland is 4-0 straight up (SU) in their last four road games, and 4-0 in last four against right-handed pitchers.
    - Minnesota is 0-4 on the other hand in their last four against a pitcher with a WHIP less than 1.15. Cleveland’s Carlos Carrasco heads into his 24th start of the season with a 3.83 ERA and a 1.125 WHIP.
    - Whereas the Vegas money line odds indicate the Twins have about a 40 percent chance of winning the matchup, AccuScore sim data has the Twins winning 47 percent of the time.

    AccuScore would have listed the home side at +110, suggesting quite a bit of value on the +150 listed in most books. The Twins winning Wednesday’s matchup is a three-star (out of four) AccuScore hot trend.

    What the data primarily indicates is the fact the sims expect a more competitive game than do Vegas odds. The Twins cover a +1.5 run spread in over 60 percent of sims.

    Pick on the Total

    AccuScore sims have the total set at 8, an average of 1.0-1.5 runs lower than the total set in Vegas – indicating a pick on the UNDER. As a whole, the Twins have been outscored by 50 runs this season and their bats haven’t had a lot of momentum of late.

    Expecting a close game based on the AccuScore sims – and the UNDER.

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  • NBA, NHL, MLB, Soccer: Cold Weather, Hot Trends

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    Cold Weather - Hot Profits For AccuScore

    The Major League Baseball season started few weeks ago, and the Boston Red Sox have been red hot with only two losses in 11 games, but how hot have Accuscore's baseball picks been during the first few weeks of the season? Notably, games when the home team favorite had over -130 odds have been profitable when simply betting moneyline as well as side value. You would receive profit of 282 and 439 dollars, respectively, when betting 100 for every game.

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    While baseball season is just taking its first steps of the season, the NHL is into its postseason. After 1270 regular season games, Accuscore's NHL Picks generated overall profit with side value and moneyline bets. By betting 100 dollars for every game the profit of 495 from moneyline markets and 392 from side value bets may not seem staggering, but an overall profit entering the playoffs is always a positive sign for the playoffs. In addition, season totals bets also generated profits.

    Another league that changes gears to the postseason mood is the NBA. AccuScore's NBA Side value bets generated a profit of 1,363 when every game was bet by 100 units. Also, totals wagers generated profit during this regular season. A decent 390 profit out of all games when betting total based on Accuscore predictions is always good in your pocket.

    With a full season of data to fuel the projections and both sports profitable, NBA and NHL playoffs look set for a strong postseason, and NBA playoffs picks should be updated regularly.

    Soccer leagues in Europe don’t have playoffs in the traditional sense, even though the seasons are winding down across the continent. We have been very happy with the accuracy of our predictions since start of the season in August. The total profit of $32k with 100 dollars per every game in totals and 20% side value is something that anyone would welcome.

    During the last month, Serie A Picks continue to be the best performing league predictions in Europe. This time, the profit count during the last month is 1,078 when all side value bets and totals bets from every Serie A games were summed up. Overall, the accuracy of Serie A game predictions has been very good as the season totals shows over $10k profit for all of totals and 20% side value bets.

    Finally, AccuScore has predicted every Champions League game since group stage was completed. In these 24 games, few great side values in Manchester City losses against Basel and Liverpool have built up a great profit. By betting 100 dollars in every game’s side value, the profit number currently stands at 3150 dollars! Total bets from these same games have added another 328 dollars to the same profit column. With only five matches remaining in the Champions League, we're looking for these profits to continue to grow through the semifinals and final.

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  • Tampa Bay Rays at Oakland A's Trend

    Written by Rohit Ghosh
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    Baseball action continues as we hit hump day with 15 games on the MLB slate. We're always interested when Vegas odds differ from AccuScore simulation data and there are multiple games like that today.

    Let's take a closer look at one such matchup.

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    Tampa Bay @ Oakland

    Jacob Faria takes the mound for the Rays, matched up across from the A's Sonny Gray -- who just might be pitching his last start with Oakland. Faria gets the start Wednesday with a chance to get a 3-0 sweep of Oakland this week.

    Why are we interested in this matchup? Vegas odds indicate the A's as slight favorites; our data, however, suggests a pick on the road 'dogs.

    The Lean Towards Faria -- Simply put, he's been fantastic this season with an ERA of 2.00 and a WHIP of 0.98. With seven quality starts already this season, it's clear that he's figured out how to stump batters. He's projected to pitch close to seven winnings with an ERA of 2.5 Wednesday.

    Value Pick: Whereas the odds indicate Tampa Bay as the underdog, our data has them winning over 55 percent of simulated matchups. A quality start by Faria increases the Rays' winning probability from 55 percent to 72 percent.

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    OVER/UNDER Betting Trend

    The UNDER is 8-2 in Oakland's last 10 games after a loss. They came up short 4-3 on Tuesday vs TB.

  • Top Baseball Betting Trends - June 2017

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    Top Baseball Trends: June 14, 2017

    The NBA season is over. The NHL season is over. Football may be here in the blink of an eye, but the dog days of summer provide the opportunity to play long trends and focus on Major League Baseball. AccuScore pointed out some rather glaring trends at the end of May.

    At the time, we pointed out two top trends: one for Side Value Picks and one for Moneyline picks.

    First, Side Value Picks when the home team was between 45% and 55% to win were +1,533 units profit at the end of May. A couple weeks later, that same trend is now + 2598 units profit, nearly 70% increase in profits.

    Second, Moneyline picks where the home team was favored between 45% and 55% were +1,177 units profit. A couple weeks later, that same trend is now +2055 units profit, which is an increase of nearly 75%. We pointed to two major trends we saw as profitable and then told everyone who would listen about them. We can only do so much.

    Tonight's MLB Picks: There are a couple games on tonight's schedule that fall into the aforementioned categories, which means these trends apply tonight: Click Here for All of today's MLB Picks

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    Here are a few NEW Scorching Hot Trends...

    Top Baseball Trends: June 2017

    Vegas Home Favorite: AccuScore Moneyline picks - 380-265, 58.9% +2,399
    Vegas Home Underdog: AccuScore Side Value Picks – 146-146, 50% +794
    Vegas O/U Line is 11+: AccuScore Totals Picks – 14-6-2, 70% +740

    Top Baseball Team Trends:

    Baltimore Orioles: 21-2, 91.3% +1,483 on all moneyline picks when Vegas lists the Orioles as a road underdog. (This trend was +1,117 in May’s Top Trends)

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  • Yankees vs Rays: MLB Analysis

    Written by Rohit Ghosh
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    NY Yankees vs Tampa Bay Rays

    We've got a fun one on deck Thursday as Chris Archer and the Tampa Bay Rays head to Yankee Stadium to face CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees. New York's a slight home favorite to win the matchup (-105) with the total at 8.5.

    Pitching Matchup

    Archer's been fairly pedestrian this season, entering Thursday's matchup with an ERA of 3.77 and a 7-6 record. Good news for the Rays, though, is the fact that their bullpen is in the top third of the league with an overall ERA of 4.1. They've given up their fair share of bombs -- ranking No. 19 with 118 home runs -- to go along with an average of 8.4 hits per nine innings.

    Sabathia, with his 9-3 record and an ERA of 3.44, continues to shine when given the chance. He is 2-1 with a 3.29 ERA in his last three starts. Fun fact - Sabathia has allowed one run in 10 innings against the Rays this season. Teams are hitting just .208 against the Yankees bullpen. New York's bullpen is even better than Tampa Bay's, ranking No. 6 in the league in team ERA at 3.86.

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    Comparing the Numbers

    Tampa Bay is 24-26 on the road, with 26 of the 50 games going OVER the total, 22 staying UNDER, and two pushes. The Rays -- on average -- score 4.6 runs per game and give up 4.1.

    New York is 27-17 at home this season, with 25 of the 44 games going OVER, 18 staying UNDER, and one push. The Yankees are averaging approximately 5.3 runs per game while giving up 3.9.

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    Vegas Odds vs AccuScore

    While Vegas has the Yankees as slight favorites, AccuScore data ups that winning probability up to 61 percent. AccuScore sim data would have actually listed New York at a -155 on the money line, making the -105 they opened at fairly attractive.

    At the time of publication, New York is hovering between -115 and -120 on the money line in most books in Vegas.

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