Major League Baseball in September’s Sportsbooks

Summer baseball is heating up in the Major League Baseball (MLB). The MLB Wild Card standings is only starting to finalize, with Oakland getting knocked off the race. September will only be more exciting. Bookies who are wanting to get into MLB betting may be wondering how much money is needed to open a sportsbook, and it really does not cost much, especially when you consider the payout just from MLB action.

Major League Baseball Highlights for Early September

MLB OddsFirst off, we have the Phillies and the Reds. The Phillies are +1.5, -145 RL, and +128 on the moneyline. Meanwhile, the Reds are (-1.5, +125, and -148 on the moneyline. The Phillies will again be going against Anthony Desclafani, who has a 4.05 ERA, while they will have Drew Smyly, who has a 6.95 ERA. This obviously looks like a win for the Reds, especially with the over at 10.00.

Next, we have the Baltimore Orioles facing the Rays. The Orioles are +1.5, +130 RL, with +255 on the moneyline. As for the Rays, they are -1.5, with -150 on RL and -310 on the moneyline. The Rays are coming out as the fvorite here, as Ryan Yarbough is expected to do well at home. Yarbough’s ERA is 3.36. The Rays can win on the moneyline, but it will probably go Under with the O/U at 8.5.

Of course, the excitement won’t be complete without the White Sox going against Cleveland. White Sox is an underdog here at +1.5, +110 and +210 on the moneyline. Clevelaqnd is a favorite at -1.5, -130 on the RL and -250 on the moneyline. And when you pit Aaron Civale’s 1.96 ERA with Detwiler’s 6.45 ERA (Civale has 2-3, with Detwiler 2-4), it becomes pretty clear. Go with the Indians, as well as go for the under with the O/U at 10.0. To set up your own sportsbook, here is a good pay per head service that can help you win big.