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The 2017 Major League Baseball season is tentatively set to begin on April 2, 2017, and feature three games, including the 2016 World Series champions Chicago Cubs facing off against the St. Louis Cardinals, which will be ESPN's first Sunday Night Baseball game of the year.
The 88th MLB All-Star Game will be hosted by the Miami Marlins and will be played at Marlins Park on July 11, 2017. It will be televised nationally on Fox.
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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.
|Pre Season Baseball Line Example:|
|Mil, Brewers||C. Capuano||+140||over 9.5||-110|
|Hou, Astros||R. Clemens||-150||under 9.5||-110|
When wagering on the Astros (favorite), you will be staking $150 to win $100. When wagering on the Brewers (underdog), you will be laying $100 to win $140.
If there is a pitching changes prior to the start of the game. All "listed pitchers" wagers will be cancelled and the money refunded. All "action goes" wagers will be adjusted to the odds of the new pitcher.
If you wager on the Brewers/Astros 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 Brewers/Astros game to go Under the predicted total, the amount of runs on the game must not exceed 9 in order to win the wager.
The game must go to 9 complete innings. In the event of a pitcher change or an incomplete game all "total" wagers and Run Lines 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).
Note: Run lines and Totals are always "listed pitchers".
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...
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