Baseball sportbook online

Home
Sitemap
Baseball sportbook online
Links

MLB Live Odds
Online MLB Betting

Baseball sportbook online

May 23rd MLB news ... Welcome to Baseball sportbook online, the site with everything you need to score a profit on baseball betting.
Welcome to baseballsportbookonline.com, the site with everything you need to score a profit on baseball betting.

By logging on daily throughout the baseball season, you will keep up to date on all of the necessary statistics, trends and tips to put you on the profit side come seasons end. Whether you need to know how a team hits lefties or are just looking for a hot tip, you'll find all of that information and much more right here.


Baseball sportbook online News

2015 Kentucky Derby Odds
2015-04-15

Kentucky Derby week is one of the most thrilling times of the year. This race is known as "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports" for its approximate time length.



Check 2015 KY Derby Schedule May 1 and 24 at Sportsbook.com



Odds to Win 2015 Kentucky Derby


March Madness Bracket
2015-02-15

$100K MARCH MADNESS BRACKET CONTEST

The biggest March Madness contest just got bigger.This year Sportsbook.ag is spl Apuestas Deportivas Apuestas Rusia 2018 Online Bingo Rooms Play Bingo online itting a guaranteed $100,000 in cash among our Top 5 March Madness Bracket contestants. Plus awarding a combined $5,000 in Free Bets to 1,000 other members.Play for a whopping $75,000 first-place prize when you buy your first entry for just $15. Additional entries costs little as $5 and buying multiple brackets gives you the chance to take home the entire $100K prize pot.

Here’s a breakdown of the prizes:
1st Place $75,000
2nd Place $12,500
3rd Place $7,500
4th Place $3,500
5th Place $1,500
6th to 1,005th $5 Free Bet


Visit Sportsbook.ag for an early buy-in and to make your picks


2010 World Series Betting Preview
2010-10-26

Sportsbook.com World Series Price:

Texas Rangers -150

Giants +130a

The World Series gets underway Wednesday night in San Francisco with two unlikely franchises playing for baseball’s most coveted prize. The Giants haven’t won a World Series since 1954 and Texas is making its first-ever appearance in the Fall Classic.

The only pitching matchup set in stone is Game 1 which is scheduled to feature aces Cliff Lee (12-9, 3.18 ERA) and Tim Lincecum (16-10, 3.43 ERA). Lee has been remarkable this postseason, going 3-0 with a 0.75 ERA in three starts. The southpaw has given up just two runs on 13 hits in 24 innings while striking out 34 and walking only one. Lincecum has been tremendous as well, compiling a 2-1 record and a 1.96 ERA in three playoff starts.

Wednesday will mark the first meeting between the two teams this year. They met last year as a part of interleague play with the Giants sweeping Texas in a three-game set in San Francisco. Two of the three games went under the total. Matt Cain threw a gem in the middle game of the series, going eight innings and giving up one run on three hits in a 2-1 Giants win. Texas is likely to see Cain in Game 2.

After Lee, San Francisco should see the combination of C.J. Wilson and Colby Lewis. Wilson is 1-1 with a 3.93 ERA so far this postseason while Lewis is 2-0 with a 1.45 ERA. Lewis picked up both wins against the vaunted Yankee offense and limited New York to three runs over 13.2 innings. Meanwhile, the Giants’ rotation behind Lincecum has fared well this postseason with Cain leading the way at 1-0 having yet to give up an earned run. Jonathan Sanchez totes a 2.93 postseason ERA while Madison Bumgarner comes in at 1-0 with a 3.55 ERA in three appearances.

Here are some interesting MLB betting trends for those that will be betting on the World Series.

SAN FRANCISCO is 42-19 (+23.8 Units) against the money line with an on-base percentage of .310 or worse over their last 20 games this season. The average score was SAN FRANCISCO 4.4, OPPONENT 2.7 - (Rating = 3*).

SAN FRANCISCO is 58-35 (+21.3 Units) against the money line vs. teams averaging 2.75 or less extra base hits per game in the second half of the season this season. The average score was SAN FRANCISCO 4.2, OPPONENT 3.4 - (Rating = 2*).

SAN FRANCISCO is 44-28 (+16.6 Units) against the money line with a hot bullpen whose ERA is under 3.00 the last 15 games this season. The average score was SAN FRANCISCO 4.2, OPPONENT 3.3 - (Rating = 2*).

TEXAS is 25-6 (+16.7 Units) against the money line on a good fielding streak, 10 straight games with one or less errors this season. The average score was TEXAS 5.9, OPPONENT 3.6 - (Rating = 3*).

TEXAS is 57-43 (+16.9 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a winning record in the second half of the season over the last 2 seasons. The average score was TEXAS 4.7, OPPONENT 4.0 - (Rating = 1*).

TEXAS is 53-39 (+15.3 Units) against the money line vs. good fielding teams - averaging <=0.6 errors/game in the second half of the season over the last 2 seasons. The average score was TEXAS 5.0, OPPONENT 4.3 - (Rating = 1*).

With the most generous dime lines in the business, make Sportsbook.com your home for all of your World Series betting.


MLB: Cubs just can’t beat bad teams
2010-07-20

The Chicago Cubs have been one of baseball’s biggest disappointments this season. While not unanimous preseason favorites in the N.L. Central, at least a few experts gave the Cubs a chance at competing for the division crown. Sitting at 10-games below .500 overall after Monday’s loss to Houston, Chicago is in dire straits. Strangely, one of the primary reasons for their struggles has been their inability to take care of business against lesser foes. Let’s get deeper into that subject and look closer at their chances for getting a win Tuesday night vs. the Astros, where they will be playing as -235 home favorites according to Sportsbook.com.

Diehard Cubs' fan Jim Belushi once starred in a movie titled "Taking Care of Business". His team certainly hasn't done that, and bettors need look no further than trends for evidence of team’s performance tendencies and the following list from FoxSheets underscore the Cubs’ ineptitude this season:

• CHICAGO CUBS are 18-31 (-24.8 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a losing record this season. The average score was CHICAGO CUBS 3.9, OPPONENT 4.6 - (Rating = 3*)

Think about that for a second, if Chicago is 13-games below .500 against teams with losing records, it means they are 3-games over .500 against winning clubs. If the Cubs had simply only played 25-24 baseball against the league’s lesser teams, they would be only 3-1/2 games out of the Central lead right now and in contention.

• CHICAGO CUBS are 8-18 (-19.1 Units) against the money line vs. an NL team with a team batting average of .245 or worse this season. The average score was CHICAGO CUBS 3.5, OPPONENT 4.3 - (Rating = 4*)

The Cubs are 19.1 units in the hole for bettors who have backed them against the league’s worst hitting clubs this season. Strangely, pitching isn’t the problem. As you can see, they are producing only 3.5 runs per game offensively themselves against these weak hitting foes. Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there…

• CHICAGO CUBS are 17-29 (-23.6 Units) against the money line vs. a poor bullpen whose ERA is 4.50 or worse this season. The average score was CHICAGO CUBS 4.5, OPPONENT 5.1 - (Rating = 3*)

Typically, teams are able to mount come from behind rallies against poor bullpens. Such has not been the case for Chicago.

• CHICAGO CUBS are 15-28 (-22.6 Units) against the money line vs. poor power teams - averaging 0.9 or less HR's/game this season. The average score was CHICAGO CUBS 3.2, OPPONENT 4.0 - (Rating = 3*)

The Cubs are 13-games below .500 against teams that don’t hit a lot of home runs, returning a negative 52.5% on investment.

• CHICAGO CUBS are 7-22 (-25.2 Units) against the money line vs. NL teams scoring 4.3 or less runs/game on the season this season. The average score was CHICAGO CUBS 2.9, OPPONENT 4.4 - (Rating = 6*)

Perhaps the ugliest nugget of all, Chicago is not only allowing its run-starved opponents to outscore their normal averages, it’s own offense is producing just 2.9 runs per game on this trend. With an ROI of -86.9%, this trend gets a 6* rating from FoxSheets.

And finally…

• CHICAGO CUBS are 6-15 (-19.7 Units) against the money line as a favorite of -150 or more this season. The average score was CHICAGO CUBS 3.7, OPPONENT 4.9 - (Rating = 5*)

Chicago is 9-games under .500 when playing to its biggest chalk lines this season. Of course, this will be put to test tonight, as the Cubs are an “Astro-nomical” minus-235 favorite against the Astros behind Ryan Dempster. The Cubs are just 9-16 (-11.9 units) over the last two years in divisional play behind Dempster, and 15-26 overall versus Central Division rivals in 2010.

Meanwhile, the Astros boast a 21-16 divisional record this season, producing 11.9 units of profit. They will turn the ball over to Wesley Wright, who after 126 MLB relief appearance and a recent stint in Triple-A, makes his first career start.

Game time is set for 8:05 PM ET from Wrigley Field, and while the StatFox Power Line suggests that Chicago still holds value up to -207, the savvy bettor can’t help but be scared off tonight’s mega-price.


MLB: ALCS Betting Preview – Los Angeles vs. New York
2009-10-16

While pitching is supposed to determine championships, the American League representative to the World Series figures to be what team outscores the other. These are the two best offenses in baseball, at least in terms of runs scored. It could be a high scoring series. New York is a -180 favorite at Sportsbook.com for the series, but there are numerous other exciting wagering options to choose from, sides, totals, props, you name it. Read on for a preview of the series then head over to the LIVE ODDS page for the latest options.

New York is a power-laden veteran club that is patient as the dish and makes opposing pitchers feel they have to be perfect batter after batter. The additions of Mark Teixeira and Nick Swisher not only added power, but keep opposing teams from trying to stack pitching in their favor, since they are switch hitters. Alex Rodriguez is looking more comfortable for change in October and his presence in the lineup makes others see better pitches.

Rumors are circulating C.C. Sabathia is being kicked around to pitch three times if this series goes the limit. Though Sabathia’s concentration will wonder against lesser teams, he proven time and again to be “big time” on the various teams he’s played for in important games. Phil Hughes seems to have found his perfect role and is probably being groomed for when the best closer ever, Mariano Rivera retires. There has never been closer that pitches as well and even at age 39, he still breaks more bats than any reliever.

A strong case can be made A.J. Burnett is the Yankees best pitcher, based on “stuff”, yet it always doesn’t come with him to the mound. Of Burnett’s 34 starts this season, on eight separate occasions he was touched for five or more runs, proving command and over-anxiousness can overtake him. Andy Pettitte will start Game 3, with the Angles 38-17 against left-handers. Joba Chamberlain has fallen off the second half of the season and could be hero or goat for Yankee team trying to make Fall Classic for the first time since 2003. This is also new territory for manager Joe Girardi.

This is a different Angels’ team than the last few years, when they last played in ALCS in 2005. The “hack at everything” team has found a semblance of patience, thanks to the addition of Bobby Abreu, who showed even veteran hitters like Vladimir Guerrero, they can wait for a better pitch to swing at. This approach has made Chone Figgins more valuable as leadoff hitter. Kendry Morales has added much needed pop in the middle of the order. Howie Kendrick and Torri Hunter have been smokin’ the baseball for an extended period of time. No team puts more pressure on defenses with runners on base, with merry-go-round style.

It appears the Angels have the starting pitchers to match wits with New York. Game 1 starter John Lackey finally shook postseason blahs against Boston and Jered Weaver was the one dependable starter the Halos had early in the year when they were throwing out journeymen night after night due to injury. Game 2 starter Joe Saunders hasn’t lost since returning from DL on Aug.26 (7-0) and has not allowed more than three earned runs in those outings. Scott Kazmir will have a chance to prove why Los Angeles acquired.

When searching for weakness, the bullpen stands out Shaquille O’Neal among ordinary citizens. Brian Fuentes is the centerpiece of frustration, but it’s too late to turn back now. The setup men are a coin flip, with Kevin Jepsen and Darren Oliver the most trustworthy of leaky bunch. The biggest issue with the starting pitching is they have a contingent that would make four really good pitchers if they were No.3’s on most teams. That’s been a cause for postseason failures; a quality start might not be good enough in October. Vlad Guerrero deserves respect, nevertheless should he bat that high in the lineup with two RBI’s in last 19 postseason games? While Mike Scioscia is well regarded in baseball as a manager, he’s won as many titles as Charley Manuel and Bob Brenly, who won’t be going into the Hall of Fame as skippers.

Offensive – American League
Runs scored Angels 2nd New York 1st
Home Runs Angels 8th New York 1st
Slugging Ptc. Angels 4th New York 1st
Walks Angels 7th New York 1st
On base Ptc. Angels 3rd New York 1st

Pitching & Defense
ERA Angels 9th New York 4th
Strikeouts Angels 9th New York 1st
Walks Angels 5th New York 11th
On base Ptc. Angels 10th New York 4th
Putouts Angels 5th New York 3rd
Errors Angels 4th New York 5th

Key Numbers- The Yankees and Angels split 10 games this season, with New York 3-1 at their new ball yard. Over the last three seasons the teams are 7-7 in the Bronx. On the season, the Yanks are frankly awesome. New York is domineering 59-24 at home and impressive 47-35 on the road. They dominated lefties with 37-18 record, whom they will face at least twice in this series. In games determined by two or more runs, New York is fantastic 83-43. With five scheduled night games, the Yankees are 70-36 under the lights. Don’t undersell the Angels, with 51-32 home record and 49-33 road mark. They too have crushed lefthanders with aforementioned record. The Halos are potent 34-22 as underdogs and as evidenced in three game sweep over Boston, no clubhouse is tighter, for a team that refuses to lose. Even after losing series to New York in late September, L.A. is still 11-4 in Anaheim vs the Yanks in last 15 contests.

Sportsbook.com Series Odds: Yankees -180, Angels +150



MLB: Top MLB Weekend Power Trends 7/31-8/2
2009-07-31

Friday is trade deadline day. Saturday marks the first day of August. In the world of Major League Baseball, both are important on the annual calendar, meaning this weekend is a pivotal one in the sport. For the contenders who’ve made moves to acquire more talent, it’s go time for the last two months. For those who made themselves sellers, it’s time to develop young players while relegated to the role of spoiler. Of course, both types of teams will be in action over the next few days. Read on as we take a look at the action featuring teams with something still to play for, plus reveal some of the Top StatFox Power Trends available on the weekend schedule.

The National League features two premiere matchups on the schedule this weekend. In the first one, the suddenly hot Cubs will be hitting the road to take on Florida. Chicago comes off a 6-1 homestand that extended an overall recent surge of 13-4. That run has enabled the Cubbies to climb back into a tight battle with St. Louis atop the Central Division. Chicago has taken six of the last eight between these two teams after struggling prior. The Marlins have recovered from a disastrous 3-game home sweep at the hands of the Phillies a couple of weeks ago to get back in the wildcard hunt, just behind San Francisco. A couple of key trends will be tested in this series, since Florida is just 8-14 vs. N.L. Central clubs while Chicago has endured a season of struggles on the road, just 21-27 for -8.3 units.

The other key senior circuit series offers a potential divisional series preview, as the Phillies and Giants continue a 4-game set from San Francisco. It should be a great series for fans of dominant young starting pitchers, as both teams boast great rotations. In fact, the wildcard-leading Giants allow just 3.7 runs per game, nearly a half run better than anyone else in baseball. The Phillies meanwhile, don’t boast those kinds of numbers, but they just recently enhanced their rotation, and chances for a second straight pennant, by adding former Indians’ ace Cliff Lee to the fold. This also figures to be a great matchup since again, something will have to give. The Giants are the league’s best home team, while Philadelphia is the premiere road team in baseball.

In the American League, the tightest race is in the Central Division, where Detroit, Minnesota, and Chicago are separated by just three games. The Tigers lead the fray but will be the only team on the road this weekend. Does that give them a disadvantage? Perhaps not when you consider that they will be taking on Cleveland, who despite playing better of late, has been one of the most active sellers in the trade market. The Indians are clearly building for the future. Meanwhile, the Twins will be hosting the West-leading Angels, and the White Sox are taking on the East-leading Yankees. Both of those road teams are red-hot, so it could be said that Detroit actually does hold the scheduling edge over its closest competitors this weekend.

Another eye-catching series in the junior circuit pits Seattle at Texas. The Rangers continue to beat most experts’ preseason predictions by playing good solid baseball all-around. They have gotten far more production out of their starting pitching staff than ever expected, but are also hitting the ball in Ranger-like fashion. They are right on the heels of the Red Sox for the A.L. Wildcard spot and will look to continue an impressive stretch against divisional foes. Texas was 18-8 versus A.L. West clubs going into Thursday’s series opener.

Now, get a load of these Top StatFox Power Trends that will affect this weekend’s betting action:

Nationals at Pirates
WASHINGTON is 28-70 (-39.7 Units) against the money line vs. an NL team with an on base percentage .325 or worse over the last 2 seasons. The average score was WASHINGTON 3.8, OPPONENT 5.1 - (Rating = 3*)

Rockies at Reds
COLORADO is 46-37 (+17.0 Units) against the money line in road games vs. an NL team with a team batting average of .255 or worse over the last 3 seasons. The average score was COLORADO 4.3, OPPONENT 4.0 - (Rating = 1*)

Cubs at Marlins
FLORIDA is 47-30 (+19.9 Units) against the money line vs. an NL team with a team batting average of .255 or worse over the last 2 seasons. The average score was FLORIDA 5.0, OPPONENT 4.6 - (Rating = 2*)

Diamondbacks at Mets
ARIZONA is 22-35 (-17.2 Units) against the money line vs. a good bullpen whose ERA is 3.75 or better over the last 2 seasons. The average score was ARIZONA 4.0, OPPONENT 4.6 - (Rating = 1*)

Dodgers at Braves
ATLANTA is 7-18 (-12.7 Units) against the money line in home games when playing against a good team (Win Pct. 54% to 62%) in the second half of the season over the last 3 seasons. The average score was ATLANTA 3.8, OPPONENT 6.0 - (Rating = 1*)

Astros at Cardinals
HOUSTON is 25-19 (+14.4 Units) against the money line when playing against a team with a winning record in the second half of the season over the last 2 seasons. The average score was HOUSTON 3.9, OPPONENT 4.8 - (Rating = 2*)

Brewers at Padres
SAN DIEGO is 3-15 (-11.9 Units) against the money line vs. teams whose hitters strike out 7 or more times/game in the second half of the season this season. The average score was SAN DIEGO 2.7, OPPONENT 5.5 - (Rating = 1*)

Phillies at Giants
PHILADELPHIA is 18-6 (+11.0 Units) against the money line when playing against a good team (Win Pct. 54% to 62%) in the second half of the season over the last 2 seasons. The average score was PHILADELPHIA 4.4, OPPONENT 3.0 - (Rating = 1*)

Red Sox at Orioles
BOSTON is 25-12 (+10.8 Units) against the money line against AL East opponents this season. The average score was BOSTON 5.2, OPPONENT 4.4 - (Rating = 2*)

Tigers at Indians
CLEVELAND is 10-15 (-9.8 Units) against the money line in home games vs. an AL team with a team batting average of .265 or worse this season. The average score was CLEVELAND 3.7, OPPONENT 4.4 - (Rating = 1*)

Royals at Rays
KANSAS CITY is 5-17 (-13.2 Units) against the money line vs. good baserunning teams - averaging 0.85 or more SB's/game this season. The average score was KANSAS CITY 3.5, OPPONENT 5.1 - (Rating = 1*)

Mariners at Rangers
SEATTLE is 22-44 (-21.4 Units) against the money line vs teams who strand 6.9 or less runners on base per game over the last 2 seasons. The average score was SEATTLE 3.9, OPPONENT 5.4 - (Rating = 1*)

Angels at Twins
MINNESOTA is 3-14 (-13.1 Units) against the money line vs. an AL team with a batting average of .285 or better in the second half of the season over the last 3 seasons. The average score was MINNESOTA 3.2, OPPONENT 5.2 - (Rating = 1*)

Yankees at White Sox
CHI WHITE SOX are 29-11 (+14.1 Units) against the money line in home games vs. an average bullpen whose ERA is 3.75 to 4.50 over the last 2 seasons. The average score was CHI WHITE SOX 6.2, OPPONENT 4.0 - (Rating = 1*)

Blue Jays at Athletics
OAKLAND is 10-16 (-9.7 Units) against the money line at home with a money line of -100 to -150 this season. The average score was OAKLAND 4.8, OPPONENT 4.0 - (Rating = 1*)