RAYMOND REPORT: RED SOX METS (82.3%) WINNING BETTING ANGLE

Steven Matz New York MetsNew York Mets pitcher Steven Matz delivers a pitch against the Atlanta Braves during the first inning of a baseball game Saturday, July 25, 2020, in New York. (AP Photo/Adam Hunger)

RAYMOND REPORT: RED SOX METS 82.3% WINNING BETTING ANGLE – The New York Mets will be facing the Boston Red Sox for the 4th straight game in a row as a PK -150 Home Favorite and Boston will be looking for back to back wins, as they pulled a 6-5 win over the Mets on Wednesday night at Citi Field.

The Mets will be sending Steven Matz (0-0, 1.50 ERA) to the hill to face Martin Perez and his inflated (0-1, 7.20 ERA). Matz owns a record of 5-2 SU and 5-2-0 to the OVER when he’s a Home Favorite of PK -140 to -160.

Baseball Betting Tips

When the NY METS are a Home team as a Favorite, coming off a 1 run lost vs. a Non-Conference opponent, New York is 13-5 SU (72.2%) and the UNDER is 3-14-1 (82.3%).

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RAYMOND REPORT MLB TIP SHEET TUTORIAL

Learn about the Raymond Reports sports betting tip sheet and see how it can change the way you find betting indicators while handicapping your games. Remember to “Shop for Value & Play the Percentages”.

RAYMOND REPORT BETTING TERMS

C.O.W. = (Chances of Winning) – The Cow is based on both teams’ current situations as either a Road Favorite, Road Underdog, Home Favorite or Home Underdog, along with the range of the OVER/UNDER. We then research past occurrences and results from both teams and provide a ‘CHANCES OF WINNING’ percentage in their next game.
C.O.G.O. = (Chances Game Going OVER) – The ‘C.O.G.O.’ percentage is based on both teams OVER/UNDER record, using both teams short and long-term OVER/UNDER records. After we process it through our ‘math predictor’, we then provide a ‘CHANCES OF COVERING’ percentage for that game, which let’s you know if there’s any value on the OVER in that game.
*Note: If there is a 60% chance of the game going OVER, that means, there’s a 40% chance of the game going UNDER.
L.O.A. = (Law of Average) – The ‘Law of Average’ edge is based on the 50/50 theory. Play on a team that lost against the spread (ATS) or straight up (SU) in their last game, vs. a team that won against the spread (ATS) or straight up (SU) in their last game.
D.M.V.I. = (Daily Market Value Index) – The D.M.V.I. is our researched and calculated line compared to the bookmaker’s line. When calculating the D.M.V.I., we look for the margin of error between the bookmaker’s line, the final result of a game and then produce the value of what the line should be in the next game for both teams. The D.M.V.I. is a tool to find value vs. the current line.

 

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION CYCLES

VI = (Value Index) – The Value Index is the current psychology of the betting public, based on a teams 7-game cycle.
BULLISH = Team is either (7-0, 6-1, or 5-2) in their last 7 games.
NEUTRAL = Team is either (3-4 or 4-3) in their last 7 games.
BEARISH = Team is either (0-7, 1-6 or 2-5) in their last 7 games.