As we look forward to celebrating Father's Day this Sunday, we take a look at the over/under results during the past seven seasons in the MLB schedule on the day we celebrate dear old dad.
Over the past few seasons, Father's Day is a day on the calendar where we are used to a full slate of interleague games. This season, with the new IL format, the Washington Nationals at the Cleveland Indians is the only IL matchup on the board.
In total, there have been 105 games played on Father's Day. The over/under record is 49-54-2 in those games.
Since 2009, however, the trend is leaning toward the under. In that time, the under is 38-22 in the 60 Father's Day games.
Last year, the under went 11-4.
Here is a look at the O/U break down on Father's Day since 2006:
June 18, 2006: 8-7 O/U
June 17, 2007: 12-3 O/U
June 15, 2008: 7-6-2 O/U
June 21, 2009: 5-10 O/U
June 20, 2010: 5-10 O/U
June 19, 2011: 8-7 O/U
June 17, 2012: 4-11 O/U
For more Father's Day betting, our Jason Logan lists his bets inspired by his dad.