Listing Pitchers or Action

There are some aspects of baseball betting that can be difficult for novices to grasp but that can make a huge difference in results. One of the most important of those is the distinction between “action” and “listed pitcher” bets.  Check our betting glossary for more terms you might be unfamiliar with. When I place… Read More »

5Dimes Sportsbook Review

5Dimes has an impeccable reputation when it comes to payouts.   There are an impressive amount of wagering options. Two live in action sportsbooks that cater to those that like to bet in game. Two poker rooms including a skin on the network that has Americas Card room for all the virtual felt action one could… Read More »

Baseball Betting Glossary with Slang Definitions & Terms

We want you to know what we are talking about when we get in depth with betting terminology, so use this gambling glossary to get comfortable with the vocabulary, slang and general lingo used by bettors. Baseball Betting Terms, Slang, Definitions & Vocabulary Action With baseball betting action means bets. Having action means having a… Read More »

BetOnline Sportsbook Review

I have used several sportsbooks over the course of my baseball betting career, including both the good and the bad. It is actually pretty tough to find a good sportsbook that will satisfy all my needs, but BetOnline definitely fits the bill. Here is a detailed review of why I think it is one of the… Read More »

Weather Conditions & Baseball Betting

Anytime a sport is being played outdoors the weather is going to be a factor.  Sometimes you will have perfect conditions, other times players will have to deal with bad temperatures, the wind, or precipitation.  Baseball is a sport that is played in all sorts of conditions. You can use this with your baseball handicapping… Read More »

Looking for Improved MLB Teams

Every MLB season sees at least one team surprise with a winning year that few people expected. While it may seem like these turnaround seasons come out of nowhere, I believe that they are actually very easy to predict.  And if you can do so then you’ll make some money betting baseball during the first… Read More »

Betting Starting Pitchers on Short Rest

In the 1968 World Series, Detroit Tigers left-hander Mickey Lolich was asked to pitch in Game 7 of the World Series against the St. Louis Cardinals on only two days rest. While Lolich later admitted he was almost out of gas, he pitched a complete game 4-1 victory over the Cardinals and ace Bob Gibson… Read More »