Ice-Cold Teams that Could Beat the MLB Odds this Week
As the old saying goes…there’s more than one way to skin a cat. Thanks to this mybookie.ag MLB betting breakdown on the coldest teams in all of baseball heading into Thursday night’s slate of action, you’re going to have a great idea of which teams to put your baseball betting bucks on over the course of the coming weekend. Remember betting enthusiasts looking for valuable MLB odds, that age-old adage above means that wagering on consistent losers can be just as profitable as betting on consistent winners. Okay, with all of that said, let’s get started.
A Look at the Ice-Cold Teams that Could Beat the MLB Odds this Week
Pittsburgh Pirates 1-4 ATS
The Pirates (18-22) have fallen on hard times recently, losing two straight and six of their last seven games, including five times as a Moneyline favorite. Pittsburgh ranks a discouraging 22nd in scoring (3.85).
San Diego Padres 1-4 ATS
The San Diego Padres (20-21) have lost four of their last five games and seven of nine and ranks 24th in team ERA (4.36).
Oakland Athletics 1-4 ATS
The struggling A’s (14-28) have lost two straight and six of their last seven games, including four times as a Moneyline favorite.
NY Yankees 1-4 ATS
Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod) and the Yankees (22-19) have come back to the pack lately, dropping three straight and seven of their last eight games, including three straight as moneyline fave.
Toronto Blue Jays 1-4 ATS
The Blue Jays (18-24) have lost two straight and seven of their last eight games and are the definition of a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde kind of ballclub, ranking first in scoring (5.12) but 29th in team ERA (4.74).
Miami Marlins 0-5 ATS
The Marlins may have a genuine superstar in Giancarlo Stanton (12 HRs), but they’ve also lost six straight games and a whopping nine of their last 10 games overall. Miami ranks 23rd in scoring (3.80) and a mediocre 18th in team ERA (4.09).
Cincinnati Reds 0-5 ATS
The Reds have lost five straight and seven of their last 10 games overall and rank a discouraging 21st in scoring (3.85) and equally disappointing 26th in team ERA (4.39).
So there you have it, the coldest MLB teams in all of baseball. Now head on over to the mybookie,ag Sportsbook and get busy!