MLB Ballparks Over/Unders

Top OVER/UNDER Ballparks In MLB 2023: Citi Field Unders

Not all Major League Baseball parks are created equal. It’s part of what makes baseball unique and entertaining – the weird outfield walls in Boston, the thin air in Colorado, the massive outfield in San Diego.

But how do we take advantage of these different parks in our MLB betting? Well, when it comes to run totals, there are some clear OVER/UNDER differences across baseball this season. Below, we break down which parks have been the best for OVER bettors this season and how you can take advantage of the 2023 MLB stadium betting trends.

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2023 Best OVER Ballparks In Baseball

Baseball’s Top OVER Ballparks MLB 2023
StadiumHome TeamOVER RecordProfits
PNC ParkPirates42-24-2+$1,401.38
Tropicana FieldRays41-26-1+$1,126.85
Comerica ParkTigers37-26-2+$732.56
Globe Life FieldRangers36-25-5+$695.77
Truist ParkBraves37-28-1+$602.01

Data courtesy of Odds Shark’s database for the 2023 season

If you bet $100 on every OVER at Pittsburgh's PNC Park this year, you’d be up 14 units.

Bet The OVER At Tropicana

Through the last five seasons, Tropicana has been the ninth most profitable stadium to the OVER, but according to Statcast, it ranks near the bottom of the league in hitter friendliness. Perhaps the park's apparent defensive environment is providing low totals that Tampa's 2023 hitters can single-handedly smash.

When we say single-handedly, we mean it. The Rays have eight players with 17-plus home runs. On the other side of the lineup, a sparkling 3.87 team ERA has guided the Rays to a strong 80-52 record. If you take an OVER at the Trop, don't be surprised if Tampa hitters cash your ticket by themselves.

2023 Best UNDER Ballparks In Baseball

Baseball’s Top UNDER Ballparks MLB 2023
StadiumHome TeamOVER RecordProfits
Progressive FieldGuardians44-22+$1,827.84
Citi FieldMets40-20-2+$1,690.99
Oracle ParkGiants39-25-2+$1,058.77
Chase FieldDiamondbacks37-25-5+$890.84
Rogers CentreBlue Jays35-23-4+$882.42

Data courtesy of Odds Shark’s database for the 2023 season

UNDERs At Citi Field

On the other side of these rankings is one of the best UNDER parks in baseball, residing in New York. The Mets' Citi Field has hit UNDER in 66.7% of games this season. The Mets are batting an abysmal .228 at home, good for third-worst in the majors. It's been a long season for New York, and its fans have been subjected to low scoring home losses all year.

Best OVER Ballparks - Last 5 Years 

Baseball’s Top OVER Ballparks Since 2018
StadiumHome TeamOVER RecordProfits
Fenway ParkRed Sox122-100-10+$1022.27
Globe Life FieldRangers120-100-18+$838.92
Angel StadiumAngels118-100-9+$690.75
Truist ParkBraves120-103-14+$684.13
Great American BallparkReds118-104-3+$269.77

Data courtesy of Odds Shark’s database

Truist Park is a haven for runs. It’s been the fifth-best OVER park in 2023, and it’s been top four through the last five seasons. This may have less to do with the park's layout, and more to do with Atlanta's offensive stars, but the trend has stuck nonetheless.

Only the five parks listed above have been profitable for OVER bettors the last five seasons. The worst OVERs park, Detroit’s Comerica Park, has an OVER betting record of 91-118-10 from 2018-2022 and -$3,537.17 profits for $100 bettors over that time.

Is Coors Field Actually An OVERs Park?

While Truist has been the home for run scorers, Colorado’s Coors Field is often cited as the most offensive park in baseball. But, it’s actually been one of the worst parks for OVER bettors in recent years.

In the last five seasons, Coors ranks as the ninth-least profitable park for OVER bettors in baseball, with a 104-116-7 record. If you had bet $100 on the OVER on every game at Coors, you would’ve lost $2,108.49 during that time. This park consistently sees totals well over 10 runs, so maybe check your anti-Coors bias and sprinkle the Colorado UNDER from time to time 


There are three main ways to bet on MLB, in the form of moneyline betting, runline betting or total runs. To take advantage of this ballpark OVER/UNDER data, you’ll have to focus on that third option, run totals.

In an MLB run total bet, you’re betting on whether both teams will combine to score OVER or UNDER a set number of runs in a game. At the sportsbook, you’ll notice MLB OVER/UNDER odds are listed like this for a fictional Jays/Twins game:

  • OVER 8.5 Runs -110
  • UNDER 8.5 Runs -110

In this example, if you believe that the Twins and Jays will combine to score OVER 8.5 runs (if the score is, for example, 5-4 Toronto), you would win $190.91 on a $100 bet – your initial $100 wager plus $90.91 in profit. Check out our odds calculator to see how much you’d win based on the odds and amount wagered, as well as the implied probability of all odds.