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MLB All-Star Game Betting Odds History

The OVER/UNDER for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati on Tuesday night is hovering around seven runs at the online sportsbooks - continuing a trend of a diminishing total in baseball's Mid-Summer Classic.

A decade ago the sportsbooks were setting the OVER/UNDER for the All-Star Game at 10 runs - where it sat for the 2006, 2007, and 2008 contests in Pittsburgh, San Francisco, and Yankee Stadium in New York. Those games were all UNDER results.

The next four years had the OVER/UNDER then all set at 8.5 runs for the matchups that took place in St. Louis, Anaheim, Arizona, and Kansas City. Those games were all UNDER results as well.

In 2013 at Citi Field the OVER/UNDER for the All-Star Game was set at eight runs, and the American League won 3-0 in an easy UNDER result. In 2014 in Minnesota the total at the sportsbooks was pegged at eight runs as well, with the American League producing a PUSH with a 5-3 victory.

And that set of results has the sportsbooks driving the OVER/UNDER even lower for 2015, with Bovada amongst those shops setting their total at just seven runs for the game on Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park. Here are the MLB All-Star Game betting results from the past decade . . .

YearALNLAL LineNL LineOULocation
2015??+111-1217Cincinnati
201453-105-1058Minnesota
201330100-1108Citi Field
201208-122+1128.5Kansas City
201115-105-1158.5Arizona
201013-120+1008.5Anaheim
200943-115-1058.5St. Louis
200843-130+11010Yankee Stadium
200754-125+11510San Francisco
200632-140+13010Pittsburgh

 

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