In Baseball wagering, action bets are when you want to play team versus team, regardless of who pitches. If one of the original listed pitchers does not start the game (throw one official pitch, not counting warm-ups), there will be a new line and the price on your wager will automatically be adjusted.
|Atlanta Braves||Pitcher A||-130||7 ½|
|N.Y. Yankees||Pitcher B||+120||–|
Example: If you had a play on the Braves and "Pitcher A" did not start the game, the new line might be:
|Atlanta Braves||Pitcher C||-120||No Total|
|N.Y. Yankees||Pitcher B||+110||-|
List One Pitcher
Listing a pitcher is when you want to bet on or against a specific pitcher.
If the pitcher you specify does not start the game, you have "NO ACTION" ( the play is cancelled). If the pitcher you specify starts but the other listed pitcher does not , you still have action with an adjusted line.
List Both Pitchers
Listing both pitchers is when you want both listed pitchers to start the game. If either or both pitchers do not start the game, you have "NO ACTION" ( the play is cancelled).
Totals And Run Lines
When a bet is made on a Total (over/under), Team Total OR the Run Line, both pitchers are automatically listed and both must start (Otherwise you have no action).
This is the only way you can bet totals, team totals or run lines.
For straight bets, a game is considered official after five innings of play (4 ½ if the home team is winning).
Thereafter, if a game is called or suspended, the winner is determined by the score after the last FULL inning of play, unless the home team scores to tie or take the lead in the bottom half of the inning.
The score at the time the game is called then determines the winner.
When betting totals or run lines, the game must go nine innings (8 1/2 if the home team is winning). Extra innings are included in the final totals
All proposition bets include overtime or any type of play extension.
Management reserves the right to determine the final outcome on all proposition bets.
Rules for Last 4 innings wagers
All wagers on baseball “Last four innings” will be decided on the basis of the score at the end of the complete game including extra innings.
If a game does not go nine full innings, or 8½ if the home team is ahead, all “Last 4 innings” wagers will be canceled.
Once 9 full innings have been completed, or 8½ if the home team is ahead, all wagers on the “Last 4 innings” will stand.
If a game is canceled after nine complete innings and the game is tied, the “Last 4 innings” wagers will be graded accordingly. The money line will push and the total will have action.
All “Last 4 innings” wagers must list both pitchers. If either listed pitcher does not start the game, wagers on the “Last 4 innings” will be canceled.