The 2016 MLB Midseason Bookie Update

At the midway point in the MLB Season, online bookies should be noticing steady action coming in on the World Series favorites. When it comes to pay per head agents and bookies that use per head services, managing all of the World Series wagers is easy. See below for information on where the money is headed. is offering a premium NFL season deal that will let bookies test’s premium platform for only $3 per head. That’s a 77% savings bookies will want to get today.

NL Update

The Chicago Cubs just acquired reliever Aroldis Chapman from the New York Yankees. The NL favorite Cubs just went from a 3/1 World Series chalk to a 2/1 or less World Series chalk. Online bookies shouldn’t expect their players to not bet on the Cubs just because of the lower odds. Chapman was the missing cog from the Cubs, the one thing that a lot of MLB bettors believed the Cubs needed in order to ensure a World Series win. Be very careful about taking large bets on the Cubbies to win the World Series.

Odds on the San Francisco Giants and Washington Nationals to win the Fall Classic, the only other 2 teams getting any buzz, are likely to go up slightly. The Giants could pose a problem. Check with your pay per head rep in order to manage odds and large bets on San Francisco. Washington has an outside shot to beat the Cubs and Giants in the NL. If you set a max-betting limit on all 3 teams, you should be okay.

AL Update

The American League is sort of a mess. The favored team to win the AL are the Texas Rangers. At the beginning of the season, Texas was a huge underdog. That’s changed. Texas is now a 3 to 1 chalk to make it to the World Series. The problem with Texas is that both their starting rotation and bullpen have ERAs above 4.

Cleveland is a co-choice to win the AL this season. Cleveland has a dynamite starting rotation, knows how to score runs, and is managed well. Expect professional MLB bettors to jump on the Indians in your future book. As always, manage all MLB betting through per head tools, to keep your book on track.


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