Updated standings for VSiN's Baseball Betting Pentathlon

By VSiN Staff  (VSiN.com) 


The weather is beautiful outside, there aren't many sports to bet on and we've reached the midway point of the 2022 MLB season -- what better time to have a little competition for our hosts here at VSiN?

The inaugural 2022 VSiN Baseball Betting Pentathlon is here!

From Monday through Thursday this week (July 11-14), each show group will make one MLB pick per day from the following criteria.

Here are the rules:

  • Each bet is worth a hypothetical $100, the winner will be whoever has the most profit at the end of the week.
  • You don't have to actually bet, but you do have to get lines from a licensed sportsbook
  • Each day there will be a specific bet you have to make.

Monday (7/11): Total

Tuesday (7/12): Favorite and an underdog

Wednesday (7/13): Team on the runline

Thursday (7/14): Prop bet

Each bet will be made from a line available at that time and then recorded in our official Google Doc. 

Final update

We officially have a winner!

It was quite a sweat, but the Follow The Money crew of Mitch Moss and Pauly Howard pulled out the win late Thursday night after wagering on Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Corbin Burnes to have 9 strikeouts and the Brewers to win at + 220. Burnes finished with 10 Ks and the Brewers won 3-2 in 10 innings over the San Francisco Giants. If Burnes had 11 or more strikeouts, The Night Cap, would've cashed a + 700 ticket.


Thursday update

The VSiN Baseball Betting Pentathlon is coming down to the wire, with five show groups over $140 in profit through three days. Which show group will take home the title?


Wednesday update

It was another good day for the Odds On show group, with a 2-0 record. Both of their plays (Braves -180 ML vs. Mets, Tigers + 110 ML vs. Royals) came through, leading to a 3-0 overall record. They sit atop the standings after two days.


Tuesday update:

After going with the Under 7.5 in Phillies-Cardinals last night at -105 odds, the Odds On show group of Mike Palm and Amal Shah has an early lead in the competition. A Numbers Game's Gill Alexander (Diamondbacks-Giants Under 8, -110) and the team from The Edge (Mets-Braves Under 7, -110) are tied for second place after one pick.


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