Betting Systems: With Long And Short Term Systems, Which Work Better?

The countdown to opening day of the 2015 MLB season is on and with a full schedule right around the corner the anticipation is building for handicappers that can’t wait to make some serious money. While not all baseball betting systems are made equal there are a couple that have stood out over the last couple of seasons worth investing in over the course of this summer. Here is a quick look at two MLB systems that can help you make a profit this baseball season with the first based on long term data collected over time and the second based on numbers taken from last season.

Bet On Any Favorite When The Opposition Left Three Or Fewer Runners On Base In Its Previous Game

This system appears to work regardless if a team is playing the same opponent two nights in a row or beginning a new series as the numbers show that over a span of three years the favorites have posted a 247-134 record overall for a profit of 42.72 units. The average lay price is a little steep at -154 but the numbers show that anybody that took teams in those situations regardless of the teams, pitchers, etc. saw a high success rate and emerged with a substantial profit. The overall numbers could vary somewhat depending on the year but considering the overall tally the average season should see handicappers net a strong record simply by betting on any favorite when the opponent left three or fewer runners on base in the previous game.

Bet On Any Team That Is A Home Underdog At Less Than +150 When Its Starter Lost His Last Game By One Run

It’s amazing to think about how narrow the barriers are for these systems but the bottom line is that experts are keeping track of these trends and overall the numbers seem to support the idea that betting teams in these situations work. The statistics taken for this system aren’t as positive as the previous one but with such specific factors being relied on the overall scope is much bigger and that makes it harder to key in. The short term numbers support that betting on teams in this situation is a good idea and fans also have the ability to break the numbers down even further based on the other statistics and analysis that are available to them.

Overall Summary

There are plenty of different systems out there to keep players entertained but the bottom line is that they should both be taken with a grain of salt and used to set parameters rather than picking exact winners. If this was an easy business than everybody would be doing it but based on the numbers these long and short term trends can at the very least point bettors in the right direction and put them on track to making a profit this MLB season. The best recommendation would be to keep track of the numbers in order to identify favorable situations and if the other metrics available support the idea of betting on the teams that fit the molds talked about above then go ahead and make the bet then see what happens and if it works then keep plugging away accordingly.