I run my MLB Moving Averages program every day to isolate the highest probability outcomes for any given MLB slate. However, there’s a lot of other information it produces that I would like to share which may help you as you scan the board on your own. The algorithm uses a combination of weighted rolling averages for offense, starting pitching and bullpens that update daily to create my daily MLBMA implied totals. Let’s take a look at today’s late game results (I generally avoid getaway day games due to added variance).
There are several different ways to interpret this information, and I hope it serves as a useful guide in your plays. The algorithm implies totals for each team as well as the game; So this can be used for individual Team Totals, or for an interesting perspective on Money Line plays. It’s also often times a good way to begin identifying potential Over/under plays (Especially when there is a difference of a full run).
Cubs at Mariners OU9
Tigers at Phillies OU8
Cardinals at Nationals OU8
Reds at Mets OU6.5
Indians at Marlins OU6.5
Padres at Braves OU9
As a rule, I fade unknown pitching commodities until further data is presented. Quantrill got the call today and it’s too murky to get a hold on
Rockies at Brewers OU9
Astros at Twins OU9
Blue Jays at Angels OU8.5
Dodgers at Giants OU7
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Baseball Twitter's Robin Hood. Lifetime baseball fan, avid capper and fantasy baseball player. 15+ years of stock trading experience, specializing in risk management and advanced game theories.
Creator of the MLB Moving Averages algorithm in 2018