MIL +138 o8.0
MIN -150 u8.0
PHI -127 o9.0
PIT +117 u9.0
TB +131 o9.0
NYY -142 u9.0
STL +127 o8.5
ATL -138 u8.5
CIN -104 o9.0
WAS -104 u9.0
DET +142 o8.0
TOR -155 u8.0
SD +103 o8.0
CLE -111 u8.0
NYM -137 o8.5
MIA +126 u8.5
CHW +205 o8.0
KC -227 u8.0
AZ +111 o7.5
CHC -120 u7.5
BAL +106 o8.5
TEX -115 u8.5
SF -132 o10.5
COL +122 u10.5
LAA +117 o9.0
OAK -127 u9.0
HOU -104 o7.5
SEA -104 u7.5
BOS +104 o9.0
LAD -112 u9.0
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About Units and “ROI”

Units are a standardized measurement used to determine the size of each of your bets relative to your bankroll. For example, if you have a bankroll of $200 and you bet 5% of your bankroll each time, each of your units is worth $10. A bettor with a $2000 bankroll who bets 5% per bet has units of $100. We use the number of units to standardize the amount the trend is up or down across different bet amounts.

ROI is the best indicator of success and measures how much you bet vs. how much you profited. Any positive ROI is good in sports betting with great long-term bettors sitting in the 5-7% range.

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