MLB Betting – My List Of Not So Bad Not So Good Teams

So the first month of this year’s MLB season is over. There are lots of upset and surprisingly great teams that emerge. Now everybody is rewriting their MLB betting cards and scores. Including me! Bettors should know which team is already leading the pack and bet on them. Now this is what your MLB betting needs! A list of the Top 10 teams that are doing well in MLB 2012. Check out my top list from #10 to #1.


10. Toronto Blue Jays


Even though Jose Bautista is off to a slow start (.222 AVG, 2 HR, 5 RBI), the 6-5 Toronto Blue Jays have put up some impressive numbers offensively. Brett Lawrie and Adam Lind have combined to hit for three home runs and 13 RBI. Though they’re only hitting .239 as a team, they’ve scored 56 runs, jacked 15 home runs and accumulated 160 total bases in 11 games. Just think what this offense will do once Bautista catches fire.


9. Los Angeles Angels


The 4-7 Los Angeles Angels aren’t quite the monster offense that most expected this season—yet. Albert Pujols is homerless so far and is hitting just .267, while the Angels as a whole have hit just 10 home runs. Los Angeles does sport a .269 batting average—fifth best in MLB—and has racked up 155 total bases in 11 games while scoring 51 runs. Torii Hunter is the only Angel hitting better than .300, while Vernon Wells leads the team with three homers.


8. Los Angeles Dodgers


Is anyone off to a better start than Matt Kemp? Kemp’s .465 average, six home runs and 16 RBI combined with Andre Ethier’s .310 average, four home runs and 17 RBI give the 9-2 Los Angeles Dodgers a volatile offense. Kemp and Ethier have helped the Dodgers total 147 bases and 54 runs in 11 games. The offense behind the two has been limited, though, with Juan Rivera being the next-closest contributor at six RBI and a .286 average. After that, there’s not another L.A. starter hitting better than .237 with more than three RBI.


7. Baltimore Orioles


The 7-4 AL East-leading Baltimore Orioles have hit…

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