Baseball is most definitely the national pastime. Especially come October, the nation watch teams in the MLB Baseball playoffs and at the end of it all, two teams will battle it out to become this years new crowned World Series champions.
Grand Salami: A grand salami is betting the over/under for total runs scored by all MLB teams in a day. If any one game goes unplayed, the wager is no action.
If a game goes to extra innings, those innings are included in this bet. If you think there will be more runs scored then the posted number you bet over, and if you think there will be less runs scored then you bet the under.
This term has also been loosely used by other sportsbooks to refer to the total amount of pucks scored in all of the National Hockey League games played in any given day. Similar to a game over/under, one may bet the ‘over’ or the ‘under’ for the ‘Grand Salami’.
1. The Baseball Grand Salami will be decided by the total runs scored in all major-league games scheduled for that day.
2. All scheduled games must go at least 9 innings (8.5 if the home team is winning). If any scheduled game is cancelled or stopped before the completion of 8.5 innings, all wagers on the Baseball Grand Salami will be canceled.
3. No pitchers will be listed for the Grand Salami; all wagers will have action regardless of the starting pitchers.
There are reasons to bet the grand salami in either baseball or hockey. This bet type is very interesting in that the bet considers all of the games played in one day.
In baseball, if one feels that the majority of the games feature washed-out, high-era pitchers facing hard hitting teams, then betting the ‘over’ would be a good idea.
Conversely, if the majority of the pitchers are aces facing ‘cold bats’, then the ‘under’ would be the way to go.
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Betting on MLB, just like in any other sport, you are trying to find the biggest edge over the sportsbook. This can be determined in many ways, and now we will help you define them.
Batting Average (AVG): Divide the number of base hits by the total number of at bats.
Earned Run Average (ERA): Multiply the total number of earned runs by nine, and divide the results by the total innings pitched.
W-L percentage: Divide the number of games won by the total number of decisions.
Slugging Percentage (SLG): Divide the total number of bases of all base hits by the total number of times at bat.
On-Base Percentage (OBP): Divide the total number of hits plus Bases on Balls plus hits by Pitch BY at Bats plus Bases on Balls plus hit by Pitch plus Sacrifice Flies.
Fielding Average: Divide the total number of outs and assists by the total number of outs, assists and errors. More
Proposition bets are commonly referred to as prop bets. A prop bet is a very specific wager which involves placing a bet on a particular occurrence, such as the New York Yankees getting a home run in the second inning or a hitter getting three strikes in the third inning.
Prop bets are available in most professional sports but are especially popular and available in baseball as there is almost no limit on the amount of these baseball bet types for the national past time of America. More..
Seeing the baseball game unfold before your eyes and the fast moving nature of the sport can actually, arguably, make it easier to find an edge or opportunities compared to basing your opinion on the pre-match statistics when the Bookmakers will usually have the edge anyway.
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