When totals are 10 or higher this season in Major League Baseball, the 'under' is cashing in at a 60.7 percent clip making for a big winning percentage.
Teams have combined to play in 117 games with double digit totals this season. Those teams have combined to play 'under' the total 71 times with a total of 10 or higher for a record of 71-40-6.
When looking at the previous six seasons, the over/under across the board is roughly 50-50 when the total hits double digits. The under has cashed in at a rate of 48.3 percent from 2007 through to 2012.
In 2012, for example, clubs combined for a total of 387 games with double digit totals. Teams tallied 180 games going 'over' the total, as well as 180 going 'under' the total.
Keep your eyes peeled for the next spot to capitalize on this glaring trend.
Note: Numbers updated as of Sept. 4.