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  • MLB Matchups & Scores | 2021 – 2022

    With each team playing 162 games in a standard MLB season, following the latest MLB scores and MLB results can turn into full-time work. But for seasoned bettors, following baseball scores is one of the most important elements in handicapping MLB matchups. Here at Sports Interaction, we make it easy for MLB bettors to stay on top of the game with our MLB scores and MLB results pages.

    Looking for the latest MLB scores today? You’ve come to the right place. Keep reading for more key information on our Major League Baseball scores, matchups and results.

    How do MLB Scores and Results work?

    MLB scores and MLB results are used to help bettors make informed bets on the league. Given baseball is a stats-heavy sport and baseball scores directly influence handicapping in runlines, there’s plenty of data for bettors to look through before finalizing their wagers.

    Whether you’re a seasoned MLB bettor, or simply looking to catch up on the latest MLB matchups, following MLB scores and MLB results is one of the easiest ways to stay ahead of the pack.

    How do MLB Matchups work?

    MLB matchups are a simplified look at today’s MLB games, featuring runlines, moneylines, and totals for every game on the odds board. Most popular wagers offered on the league: runlines, moneylines, and over/unders.

    • A runline bet requires a team to win by a certain margin or lose by less than a margin. Most of the time you’ll see MLB runlines set at -1.5, meaning the favoured team (-) must win by at least two runs. If you bet the underdog (+) that means you’d win your wager if that team wins outright, or loses by one run.
    • A moneyline bet is the simplest bet in baseball – you’re just betting on which team will win the game. A game’s favoured team is usually listed with a minus (-) sign while the underdog is given a plus (+) sign. In the example below, the Red Sox are -125 favourites, while the Cubs are +240 underdogs. That means if you bet on Boston to win, you’d have to wager $125 to win a total of $100. Meanwhile, a $100 bet on the Cubs would yield $240.
    • An over/under or a total bet focuses on how many total combined runs will be scored during a game. If the total was set at 10 like in the example below, a 5-4 score would be a winning bet for bettors who backed the under, while if the game featured more than 10 runs, over bettors would cash in.

    MLB matchups can be written together to include all three of the above bet types, like this example using the Cubs and Red Sox:

      Moneyline Runline Over/Under
    Chicago Cubs 240 +1.5 (-110) 10o
    Boston Red Sox -125 -1.5 (-110) 10u