HOT DOG!

Updated on July 18, 2015 in MLB Betting Trends
2 on July 18, 2015

basically what this is about, is taking a dog that lost a day game on the last day of the home stand, and now have to travel to a night game for the first game of a road trip. these teams are a bit more rested than normal, as long as it is not a competitive division game. public views this team a loser, as they lost at home, and now have to travel for road game, not a lot of support, but lethal!
HD and DAY and n:NGT and n:A and division != o:division and p:L SU: 125-126 (-0.28, 49.8%)   avg line: 123.2 / -134.3   on / against: +$2,789 / -$4,191   ROI: +11.1% / -12.4%

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Looks like I need to figure out what is up with html in threads wiz. I know what you’re trying to post there with the table. I’ll get it figured out.

This is a solid system. I remember looking up some stuff I’d hear a lot from the stuffed suits on ESPN in NFL: East coast and West coast teams playing each other and one of the two being jet lagged. It isn’t really the case for the most part, at least from what I found. At best, you can eek out some small trend where it does happen.

How would you query travel distance with SDQL? I know there isn’t a specific parameter, but perhaps an unorthodox way such as: ‘(division=NL West or division=AL West) and (o:division=AL East or o:division=NL East)’

How about this:

(division=NL West or division=AL West) and (o:division=AL East or o:division=NL East) and A and p:H and start time-p:start time>50
That is, a team from the West playing on the road in the East after a home game and this game is starting at least 50 minutes past last start time. 

[EDIT] ; Goes 96-155 +30.74 units to fade so it doesn’t support the original premise.

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on July 18, 2015

You can make it team specific, instead of by division, because in the West resides Hou,Colo, and TX.
You can use the team in[padres,Angels,]  add what you want

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