Run Lines for today's MLB baseball schedule are listed below. Runlines are baseball spreads with a money line added to it. Because there are not a lot of runs scored in MLB games all of the spreads will always be listed as -1.5. To get equal action on a game and to set a fair baseball line that will draw equal action, bookmakers move the money line odds instead of the point spread like you might be used to in other sports like basketball or football.
Runlines have the same rules as betting on baseball game totals. The game must go a full 9 innings of play or 8.5 innings if the home team is ahead. Obviously the ninth inning isn't played out in this scenario. Both starting pitchers are automatically listed and each listed pitcher must throw the 1st pitch for their respected ball club for the wager to have action. Any scenario where one starting pitcher doesn't throw the first pitch will result in all runline money refunded.
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