How to Bet Baseball around the All-Star Game

November 30, 2010 MLB Baseball

Bet baseball choices exist all season, before and after the Major League Baseball All-Star game.

As you look at MLB betting you may want to realize that the All-Star game throws some interesting dynamics into things as you bet baseball. Bet baseball choices look the same before the All-Star game but they are a little bit tricky. Some teams and players are ready for the break and are not as focused and that makes for a very dangerous time for the MLB betting gambler that is not well prepared.

As you bet baseball you must be very careful before and after the All-Star game. Some teams before the break may not be playing well and they may not turn things around until after the All-Star game. On the other hand, teams that are playing great baseball may not want the break to come and they may lose momentum after the break. Remember as you bet baseball that the game is streaky and the All-Star game interrupts those streaks. This is a good news/bad news scenario as you bet baseball.

Pay close attention to streaks before the All-Star break and then discard them and start fresh after the All-Star game as you bet baseball. You can look back at history and see that just because a team played well before the break doesn’t mean it will carry over after the All-Star game in MLB betting

Let’s get back to games before the break as you bet baseball. What you want to really focus on in the last few games before the All-Star break is teams that can finish on a streak. Look especially to good teams at home in MLB betting. Remember as you bet baseball that it is very difficult with the All-Star break coming up for road teams to keep focused in the last couple of games.  They are planning for the All-Star break, making travel plans, etc.  The road teams may not be as focused in the final weekend before the break.  Look at a team on a nice homestand as you bet baseball.

Keep in mind as you bet baseball that the final games before the All-Star break are on Sunday. The break lasts three days with no games Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Some teams get an extra day off, as there is not a full schedule on Thursday. All teams will be back in action though on Friday.

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