Posted: 8/21/2012 8:41:25 AM
With 75% of the season completed, and the final 40 games of positioning in effect; the 'value' of the RL handicap, and the success rate it possesses for the 25% remaining games in regular season play becomes phenomenal to the serious MLB capper, who has thorough, and comprehensive understanding of "how the RL handicap works" and the strategy attached to the last quarter of games in general standard 'form'
MLB 2012 RL Rankings:
1) NY Yankees +14units
2) Chicago WhiteSox +13units
2) Cincinnati Reds +13units
3) Washington Nationals +11units
3) Pittsburgh Pirates +11units
4) LA Dodgers +9units
5) Arizona Diamondbacks +6units
5) Oakland A's +6units
6) Toronto BlueJays +5units
7) Milwaukee Brewers +2units
take note: the discipline connected to the handicapping system that is employed (RL) should not leave the boundaries of the teams that have proven 'advantage' beyond doubt for the 2012 MLB season (the above ranked top 10 exclusively) and the games they are involved in, attached to the stats of the opponent, and 'situational' play in particular
RL handicapping facts, and statistical information: (basic)
a) from 2006 thru 2012 (present) 68% of all winning games where won by 2 RUNS or more.
b) 54% of all RL favorites (-1.5) have cashed YTD.
c) 46% of all RL dogs (+1.5) have cashed YTD
d) An assessment on yesterday's MLB action, and final results: Monday, August 20, 2012; their where 12 games played, 10 resulted in WINS of 2 runs or more. ( an updated present conclusion to the immediate facts of the RL handicap)