MLB Baseball Odds & Handicapping Database
The databases have changed. Start typing the team name in the box and pick a suggestion. Do the same for the opponent field, or leave blank if it’s a team vs league-wide search. Make sure you touch each search box to ensure the results come back as accurately as possible. For more information and a tutorial on how to use the databases and how to get the best value and results, click here.
The baseball database at Odds Shark is different from all other stats archives on the web because it contains so much data and so much information from a betting perspective. There are moneylines and totals information dating back to 1995, meaning you can search an archive of more than two decades worth of box-score material and other data. The new MLB database functions give you more control to search for whatever team or pitcher you want. Handicappers can find their own trends and angles as they seek an edge at the sportsbook.
Since 1995, we have saved every baseball box score and every moneyline and total from every game. That’s a lot of numbers and a huge MLB database and it would normally be a real pain in the ass to search. But here, the search presets allow you to customize your data mining. Want to see how your favorite pitcher does against the Yankees in July? What about on Saturdays on the road? We have all the data – you ask the database the right question, you’ll get the right answer. The Red Sox and Yankees hate each other and so do their fans but you can be the fan who can settle arguments about that game back in 2007 at Fenway. What about the Phillies against left-handed starters this season? Odds, stats, box-score data, starting pitching trends and more. Check it out.