Sportsbook Rules Baseball
The game must go to 8 1/2 complete innings. In the event of a pitcher change or an incomplete game (less than 8 1/2 innings) all money lines wagers are no action.
Parlays will revert to the next level (3 team parlay becomes a 2 team parlay and a two team parlay will become a straight wager).
A game must go over 4 1/2 innings for you to have action on the money lines. A game must go over 8 1/2 innings for you to have action on the run-line and the totals.
In the case of a postponed or canceled game after 8 1/2 innings the money line will be no action, but the run-line and the totals will have action.
All Baseball bets made on the internet are always listed pitchers.
Totals are always listed pitchers. Run lines are always listed pitchers.
When wagering on sides, if you are betting the favorite, you will be laying odds. When betting on the underdog, you will be picking the odds. The odds for each game are based on who is pitching.
There are four ways of betting baseball: Action: you do not care if the listed pitchers start the game.
Listing both pitchers: you want action only if both pitchers start the game.
Listing your pitcher: you want action only if your pitcher starts the game. Listing the opponents' pitcher: you want action only if the other teams' pitcher starts the game.
Wagering on the total runs scored on the game: If you wager on the Dodgers/Yankees game to go OVER the predicted total, the amount of the runs on the game must be equal or more than 10 in order to win the wager.
If you wager on the Dodgers/Yankees game to go UNDER the predicted total, the amount of runs on the game must not exceed 9 in order to win the wager.
Future wagers, such as to win the Championship or the Divisional winners, will be graded as soon as the season or tournament is over.
Over the Internet Parlays are limited to a specific pay-out.
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