MLB betting includes totals, run lines and futures. For gamblers that don't like laying large amounts of money on big favorites as they bet on MLB, the run line is a solid alternative. With the MLB betting run line, gamblers can lay 1.5-runs on the favorite, at a reduced money line rate, or take 1.5-runs on the dog but lay more money.
The MLB betting money line, in recent years, has become highly high with favorites and the run line allows gamblers the chance to bet chalks without laying a ton of money. The run line is also popular in games in which a potential rout is expected, such as when a team is going up against a weak pitcher or a pitcher that they seem to own.
Totals wagering is another form of MLB betting in which instead of picking the winner of a game, gamblers simply wager on whether or not the total will go under or over. Most totals are based on a ten cent line and near close to even money and rarely at a point where a gambler has to lay over -140 in MLB betting. Totals are great to wager on in baseball and they usually keep you in action for a long time.
Futures are another great way to get involved in MLB betting for the entire season for the price of just one wager. Gamblers simply take odds on teams to win the World Series, or league championship series. It is also possible to bet on a team to go over or under a set number of wins for the regular season in MLB betting. Futures MLB betting is ideal for gamblers that don't want to deal with the day-to-day grind of making a bet on MLB action. They can still enjoy baseball with one future bet.
When you bet on MLB you don’t have to do the obvious. Yes, you can still bet the side but don’t forget about the other options. Totals, run lines and future bets are on the board all the time in MLB betting and they can give you great value beyond just the side bet.