Baseball

General Rules

  1. Listed Pitchers: Pre-game baseball betting is offered on the basis that both the pitchers listed at the time the bet is struck start the game and throw at least one pitch each.
    • If either pitcher fails to start, bets (including totals, run lines, team props, etc.) placed pre-game on that pitching matchup are void, but bets placed InPlay stand.
    • If only one starting pitcher is replaced, all bets placed on the remaining listed pitcher’s individual stats (ex. Pitcher Total Strikeouts) will stand.
  2. When betting Listed Pitcher vs Action on the pre-game money line (to win the game), your specified pitcher must start or those bets are void. When betting Action vs Listed Pitcher on the pre-game money line (to win the game), the other team’s specified pitcher must start or those bets are void.
  3. Action vs Action bets will stand regardless of a pitching change, but the odds may change to reflect the altered opening line and be different from the odds listed on the ticket or bet slip.
  4. The game must go at least 9 innings of play (or 8.5 if the home team is ahead) for bets to have action, otherwise bets are void unless a winning market has already been established. The only exceptions being:
    • A bet placed on the pre-game money line, where bets will stand provided there are at least 5 full innings of play unless the team batting second is leading after 4.5 innings. If the game is called, or suspended, after this point of the game is reached, then the winner is determined by the score after the last full innings ( unless the team batting second scores to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the innings, in which case the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is called). With the exception of MLB playoff games, suspended games do not carry over.
    • When Mercy Rule is called because one team is in an unassailable lead, in which case bets stand.
    • In LMB Mexican Baseball doubleheaders, in which games are played over 7 innings, these games must go at least 7 innings of play (or 6.5 if the home team is ahead). In the event of a tie, bets are void.
  5. Extra innings count unless specified otherwise.
  6. Postponed Games: In the instance of a postponed game, all bets placed on that game will be void.  A postponement is deemed to be where a game does not commence and complete by 6:00 am venue time the following day.  A postponed game can occur for a variety of reasons (though not exclusively); inclement weather and conditions, security/policing, power failures, etc.
    • As soon as we become aware of a postponed game, bets on that game will be made void.
    • Where bets have been placed on a game that subsequently has its gameday changed for reasons such as TV coverage (though not exclusively), bets will stand as this change to the game date is not deemed a postponement.
  7. Abandoned Games: In the instance where a game is abandoned, the following rules will be applied in settling bets:
    • If a winning selection in a specific market has been established before the abandonment of the game, bets will stand and settlement will occur as expected.
    • If a winning selection for a specific market has not been established at the time of abandonment, all bets will be settled as void.
    • An abandonment is deemed to be where a game is halted before the completion of 9 innings, or 8 ½ innings if the home team is ahead at the time of abandonment, and not played out to conclusion by 6:00 am venue time the following day.
    • A game that is interrupted (ex: inclement weather), but then plays to a conclusion on the same day will not count as an abandonment and bets will be settled on the outcome at the end of the game.
    • In the case of an abandonment, any subsequent replays/completions, award of the game result by governing bodies, etc. will not count toward settlement. The only exceptions to these rules are:
      • A bet placed on the pre-game money line, where bets will stand provided there are at least 5 full innings of play unless the team batting second is leading after 4.5 innings. If the game is called or suspended after this point of the game is reached, then the winner is determined by the score after the last full innings (unless the team batting second scores to tie or takes the lead in the bottom half of the innings, in which case the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is called). With the exception of MLB playoff games, suspended games do not carry over.
      • If the Mercy Rule is called because one team is in an unassailable lead, in which case bets stand.
      • In LMB Mexican baseball doubleheaders, in which games are played over 7 innings, these games must go at least 7 innings of play (or 6.5 if the home team is ahead). In the event of a tie, bets are void.
  8. Bets on league/tournament winners will be settled on the official standings immediately following the last game in the league/tournament and any subsequent amendments to the result will not affect bets.
  9. If there is a change of venue for an event, for any reason, bets placed on this event prior to the location change announcement will be void.

Money Line

  1. Predict which team will score the most runs.
  2. Extra innings are included.
  3. A bet placed on the pre-game money line, where bets will stand provided there are at least 5 full innings of play unless the team batting second is leading after 4.5 innings. If the game is called, or suspended, after this point of the game is reached, then the winner is determined by the score after the last full innings (unless the team batting second scores to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the innings, in which case the winner is determined by the score at the time the game is called). With the exception of MLB playoff games, suspended games do not carry over.

Run Line

  1. Predict the winning team after the point spread has been applied to the actual scores.
  2. Extra innings are included.

Total Runs

  1. Predict whether the combined scores for each team will be over or under a specified number of runs.
  2. If the number of runs is the same as the stated number, then bets will be made void.
  3. Extra innings are included.

Alternative Total Runs

  1. Predict whether the combined scores for each team will be over or under a specified number of runs.
  2. If the number of runs is the same as the stated number, then bets will be made void.
  3. Extra innings are included.

Innings Total Runs

  1. Predict the range that contains the combined number of runs scored in a specified number of innings.

Innings Betting

  1. Predict the team that will score the most runs in a specified inning. The full inning must be completed for bets to stand.
  2. In the event of a tie, bets will be void unless odds are quoted for the tie.

Nine Innings Betting

  1. Predict the team that will score the most runs during the first nine innings.
  2. In the event of a tie, bets will be void unless odds are quoted for the tie.
  3. If the first nine innings are not completed, bets are void unless the home team is ahead after 8½ innings, in which case bets will stand.

Nine Innings Correct Score

  1. Predict the correct score after the first 9 innings have been completed.
  2. Extra Innings do not count.
  3. If the full 9 innings are not completed, bets are void unless the home team is ahead after 8½ innings, in which case the correct score at the time will stand.

Nine Innings Correct Score Special

  1. Predict whether any team will score 10 or more runs in 9 innings.
  2. If the full 9 innings are not completed, bets are void unless the home team is ahead after 8½ innings, in which case bets will stand.

Double Result

  1. Predict the result at both the end of the 4th innings and the end of the game.
  2. Extra innings are included.
  3. Both predictions must be correct for bets to be successful.

Winning Margin

  1. Predict the margin by which a specified team wins the game.
  2. Extra innings are included.

Home Team Total Runs

  1. Predict whether the home team will score over or under a specified number of runs.
  2. Extra innings count.

Away Team Total Runs

  1. Predict whether the away team will score over or under a specified number of runs.
  2. Extra innings count.

Teams to Score

  1. Predict whether one, both or neither teams will score.
  2. Extra innings count.

First Team to Score

  1. Predict which team will score first.
  2. Extra innings count.

Last Team to Score

  1. Predict which team will score last.
  2. Extra innings count.

Innings of First Scoring Play

  1. Predict the inning that contains the first scoring play and whether it will be in the top half (away team) or bottom half (home team).

Innings of Last Scoring Play

  1. Predict the inning which contains the last scoring play. Unless you have chosen extra innings, you must also predict whether the last scoring play will be in the top half (away team) or the bottom half of the innings (home team).

Highest Scoring Innings

  1. Predict the highest scoring innings.
  2. In the event of a tie, dead heat rules apply.

Will the Home Team Bat at the Bottom of the 9th?

  1. Predict whether the home team will bat after the away team have completed 9 innings.

Will Extra Innings be Played?

  1. Predict whether extra innings will be played because the scores are level after 9 innings.

Total Runs Odd/Even

  1. Predict whether the total runs are odd or even
  2. Extra innings do not count.

Innings Total Runs Odd/Even

  1. Predict whether the total number of runs in a specified innings is odd or even.
  2. Zero counts as even.
  3. Extra innings do not count.

Grand Slam Home Run

  1. Predict whether there will be a grand slam home run scored in the game.
  2. A grand slam is a home run hit with all bases occupied by base runners, thereby scoring 4 runs.
  3. Extra innings count.

Three-Run Scoring Play

  1. Predict whether there will be a scoring play in the game that scores 3 runs.
  2. Extra innings count.

Two-Run Scoring Play

  1. Predict whether there will be a scoring play in the game that scores 2 runs.
  2. Extra innings count.

Quality Pitching

  1. Predict the total number of runs conceded after a specified number of innings.

Shutout Pitching

  1. Predict that no runs will be scored after a specified number of innings.

World Series Winner

  1. Predict the team that will win the World Series.
  2. Bets will be settled on the official standings immediately following the last game in the series and any subsequent amendments to the result will not affect bets.

League Winner

  1. Predict the team that will win the respective league.
  2. Playoff league finals are included.
  3. Bets will be settled on completion of the playoff league finals

Division Winner

  1. Predict the team that will win the respective division.
  2. Playoff division finals are not included.
  3. Bets will be settled on the division standings after a winner is clinched.

Tournament Winner

  1. Predict the team that will win the tournament.
  2. Bets will be settled on the official standings immediately following the last game in the tournament and any subsequent amendments to the result will not affect bets.

Player to Get a Hit and Team to Win

  1. The official box score at the end of the game will determine whether a hit has been achieved.
  2. If the named player does not start, the bet will be void.
  3. If the game is abandoned, bets are void.
  4. Extra innings count.

Race to X Runs

Predict which team will reach the specified number of runs first.

Example: Race to 2 runs Tampa Bay v Baltimore. If Tampa Bay score 2 runs before Baltimore, they will be deemed the winning selection in the market.

  1. Bets are settled on the events that occur in the regulation number of innings. Extra innings will count if the game is tied on completion of the regulation number of innings.
  2. If the specified number of runs are not scored by either team, the winning selection in the market will be neither.
  3. If a game is postponed, normal postponed rules apply.
  4. If a game is abandoned, normal abandoned rules apply.
    • If a game is abandoned and a winning selection has been established in the time played before abandonment, bets placed on that selection in this market will have already won and will be settled as winners. Bets placed on other selections in this market will have already lost.
    • If a game is abandoned and no winning selection has been established in the time played before abandonment, bets placed on this market will be void because the game did not play for the full duration.
  5. Settlement will occur in real time based on the feed from our service providers.
    • Adjustments to settlement for any changes or adjudications made by governing bodies after the event will be made by 6:00am EST the following day.

Race to X Runs Live

Predict which team will reach the specified number of runs first.

Example: Race to 2 runs Tampa Bay v Baltimore. If Tampa Bay score 2 runs before Baltimore, they will be deemed the winning selection in the market.

  1. Bets are settled on the events that occur in the regulation number of innings. Extra innings will count if the game is tied on completion of the regulation number of innings.
  2. If the specified number of runs are not scored by either team, the winning selection in the market will be neither.
  3. InPlay bet acceptance rules apply.
  4. If a game is abandoned, normal abandoned rules apply.
    • If a game is abandoned and a winning selection has been established in the time played before abandonment, bets placed on that selection in this market will have already won and will be settled as winners. Bets placed on other selections in this market will have already lost.
    • If a game is abandoned and no winning selection has been established in the time played before abandonment, bets placed on this market will be void because the game did not play for the full duration.
  5. Settlement will occur in real time based on the feed from our service providers.
    • Adjustments to settlement for any changes or adjudications made by governing bodies after the event will be made by 6:00am EST the following day.

To Hit a Home Run

Predict a player to hit a home run at any time during the game.

  1. Bets are settled on the events that occur during regulation innings and extra innings should the game progress as such.
  2. If the selected player does not face a pitch, bets placed on that player in this market will be void.
  3. If the selected player leaves the field of play having faced a pitch and without hitting a home run, bets placed on that player in this market will have lost and will be settled as losers.
  4. If a game is postponed, normal postponed rules apply.
  5. If a game is abandoned, normal abandoned rules apply.
    • If the selected player has hit a home run in the time played before abandonment, bets placed on that player in this market will have already won and will be settled as winners.
    • If the selected player has left the game without hitting a home run in the time played before abandonment, bets placed on that player in this market will have already lost.
    • If the selected player is still in the game and has not hit a home run at the time of abandonment, bets placed on that player in this market will be void because the game did not play for the full duration.
  6. Adjustments to settlement for any changes or adjudications made by governing bodies after the event will be made by 6:00am EST the following day.

Hit – Batter v. Pitcher Top/Bottom of the Xth

  1. Predict whether the named batter will record a Single, a Double, a Triple, a Home Run (all as defined by the MLB) or No Hit in his plate appearance against the named pitcher in the specified half-inning.
  2. Bets are settled on official statistics provided by the MLB. In the event of a dispute, statistics published on MLB.com on the day of the game will be used for settlement purposes. Any subsequent changes after this time won't count for settlement purposes.
  3. If the named batter does not complete a plate appearance (as defined by the MLB) against the named pitcher within the specified half-inning, bets will be void.
  4. If the named batter or pitcher in the market are ejected or removed because of injury or substitution before or during the plate appearance, bets will be void.
  5. The following outcomes of a plate appearance will also result in a void bet: Intentional Walk, Sacrifice Bunt, Catcher Interference, Fan Interference (all as defined by, and scored as, by the MLB).
  6. The bet will be resulted on the first plate appearance outcome of the named batter against the named pitcher within the specified half-inning. Any subsequent plate appearances the named batter has against the named pitcher in the specified half-inning will not count.
  7. If the match is abandoned, normal abandoned match rules for Baseball will apply. For all complete plate appearances, the corresponding market's bets will stand. All incomplete plate appearances will be void.

Result - Batter v. Pitcher Top/Bottom of the Xth

  1. Predict whether the named batter will record a Hit, a Strikeout, a Walk (all as defined by the MLB) or “Any Other” in his plate appearance against the named pitcher in the specified half-inning.
  2. Bets are settled on official statistics provided by the MLB. In the event of a dispute, statistics published on MLB.com on the day of the game will be used for settlement purposes. Any subsequent changes after this time won't count for settlement purposes.
  3. If the named batter does not complete a plate appearance (as defined by the MLB) against the named pitcher within the specified half-inning, bets will be void.
  4. If the named batter or pitcher in the market are ejected or removed because of injury or substitution before or during the plate appearance, bets will be void.
  5. The following outcomes of a plate appearance will also result in a void bet: Intentional Walk, Sacrifice Bunt, Catcher Interference, Fan Interference (all as defined by, and if scored by the MLB).
  6. The bet will be resulted on the first plate appearance outcome of the named batter against the named pitcher within the specified half-inning. Any subsequent plate appearances the named batter has against the named pitcher in the specified half-inning will not count.
  7. If the match is abandoned, normal abandoned match rules for Baseball will apply. For all complete plate appearances, the corresponding market's bets will stand. All incomplete plate appearances will be void.

MLB Grand Salami - Total Runs

Predict the number of runs scored in an MLB game day over/under a specified amount.

Example: if the market is 'under/over 120.5 runs', 'under' means anything up to 120, while 'over' means 121 or more.

  1. Initial declared pitchers are not required to start for bets to have action.
  2. All games must take place or all bets are void.
  3. To have action, all games must go at least 8.5 innings.
  4. Extra Innings do count.
  5. Standard MLB abandonment rules apply regarding completion of games the following day.

MLB Grand Salami - Away Teams v Home Teams

Predict whether the home teams or the away teams will score the most runs on any specified MLB game day.

  1. Initial declared pitchers are not required to start for bets to have action.
  2. All games must take place or all bets are void.
  3. To have action, all games must go at least 8.5 innings.
  4. Extra Innings do count.
  5. Standard MLB abandonment rules apply regarding completion of games the following day,
  6. If the home teams and away teams score the exact same number of runs, the market will be settled as void.
  7. In the event of a change in venue, the team batting second for betting purposes will be classed as the home team.
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