MLB Baseball - Umpire Betting Logs

Umpire Average Total Walks K's Home Wins Home Losses Home Money
Laz Diaz8.056.1017.35155+863
D.J. Reyburn9.566.6218.472311+849
Cory Blaser9.166.6016.96196+824
Ryan Blakney7.696.8617.621910+736
Jim Wolf9.836.4717.702010+719
John Bacon8.336.2217.4481+712
Brock Ballou9.385.8817.50124+599
Doug Eddings8.335.3617.672112+577
Mark Carlson9.486.7918.28209+557
Chris Segal8.876.8716.331911+524
Tony Randazzo8.816.5716.81138+506
David Rackley8.476.9417.712113+469
Ryan Wills8.976.1817.332013+458
Tom Hanahan8.626.3816.44115+401
Jeremie Rehak8.866.9317.461711+349
Sean Barber8.486.1918.231813+331
Scott Barry7.555.0014.6474+323
Lance Barksdale8.557.1315.291813+306
Paul Emmel9.808.1014.7073+262
Jeff Nelson10.335.9718.031713+261
Chris Guccione9.326.0616.101813+252
Roberto Ortiz9.006.4116.311712+244
Ryan Additon10.346.6615.971613+218
Ron Kulpa8.766.6416.801510+217
Angel Hernandez10.007.4517.9174+214
Adam Beck8.626.0016.691613+177
Adam Hamari8.706.5217.031815+125
Jeremy Riggs8.756.2117.421410+117
Gabe Morales9.435.5017.301614+109
Edwin Jimenez8.505.7017.00128+102
Rob Drake10.466.7117.641612+68
Mark Wegner9.807.9618.241411+63
Emil Jimenez9.256.0416.501311+51
Phil Cuzzi8.375.8718.301713+31
Bill Miller7.975.2118.761815+26
Andy Fletcher9.216.4517.671914-1
Dan Merzel7.906.0715.721514-26
Marvin Hudson8.577.3018.501614-38
CB Bucknor8.426.8818.811412-45
Shane Livensparger8.975.7216.211613-55
Quinn Wolcott9.576.1716.771614-72
Alan Porter8.815.7417.231615-83
Hunter Wendelstedt9.826.1415.861513-87
Chris Conroy9.002.0027.0001-100
Randy Rosenberg5.003.0016.0001-100
Mark Ripperger9.776.7117.421615-102
Erich Bacchus9.106.7317.131614-131
Nick Mahrley8.486.2618.191615-135
Chad Whitson10.876.1718.351211-137
Charlie Ramos9.006.7016.591413-162
Carlos Torres9.626.8816.161715-171
Brian Walsh9.366.2118.1477-210
Jordan Baker10.817.6717.521413-215
Malachi Moore8.866.2417.971514-224
Vic Carapazza8.676.7317.941716-233
John Tumpane9.835.8318.381613-249
Jacob Metz8.836.5019.5057-254
David Arrieta5.006.7514.5013-260
Tripp Gibson8.616.7117.741615-314
Jose Navas9.606.0018.0014-331
Lance Barrett9.096.3818.531616-331
Jerry Layne8.647.2116.5077-336
Derek Thomas9.536.7416.00910-339
Stu Scheurwater9.325.3516.811615-342
Nestor Ceja8.386.2517.501517-353
Paul Clemons8.446.8920.5636-370
Junior Valentine8.976.5317.001517-371
Brennan Miller8.936.1116.681414-372
Manny Gonzalez9.066.8116.551516-387
Mike Estabrook11.627.3118.241514-420
Nic Lentz8.655.7117.451417-434
John Libka10.886.5617.661517-453
Todd Tichenor8.176.5015.731416-455
Dan Bellino10.247.2616.711519-476
Alfonso Marquez10.007.5217.131516-490
Chad Fairchild9.325.6517.741318-503
Ramon De Jesus11.287.3816.141316-503
Mike Muchlinski10.266.9018.871417-560
Will Little9.977.3317.631317-560
Larry Vanover11.098.3616.7338-565
Alex Tosi8.226.5616.941418-570
Adrian Johnson9.736.2317.171317-632
Brian Knight7.336.7316.871218-677
Brian O'Nora9.006.0916.391419-706
James Hoye9.196.5015.751319-731
Edwin Moscoso10.127.6717.971320-775
Nate Tomlinson11.207.3416.461421-777
Alex MacKay8.266.1619.37613-841
Pat Hoberg10.797.7616.691118-895
Bruce Dreckman7.375.9717.171119-1087
Ben May10.406.6315.701119-1108
Dan Iassogna9.557.3216.551120-1140
Jansen Visconti9.216.4118.001019-1167
Clint Vondrak9.186.1816.481122-1429

If starting pitching is the most important piece of the baseball betting data pie, then umpire data is close behind. Also on that pie, whipped cream because it always makes pie better.

The man behind the plate had his own tendencies when it comes to calling a game, the same way that pitchers have their own specific way of throwing heat – think of Tim Lincecum and his dangle, Daisuke “Dice-K” Matsuzaka and his overhead stop or Jonny Cueto’s twist to second base.

When you look at a home plate ump’s stats, you get to see some stats that you wouldn’t necessarily pay attention to when handicapping your MLB bets. An umpire with a bigger strike zone may call more strikeouts and often, the corresponding stat is more UNDER wagers. Conversely, umps with a small strike zone that leads to more hittable pitches and walks means more baserunners can translate that to more runs and OVERs for bettors. Some umpires appear to favor home teams, whereas others are big proponents of the away squad.

The umpire stats we feature here at Odds Shark should be incorporated into your daily handicapping regime during baseball season.

  • Overall Stats: How many games have they called to date and how many walks, strikeouts and runs have occurred?
  • Favorite Stats (monyeline): Do they favor the favorite?
  • Underdog Stats (moneyline): Do they favor the underdog?
  • Total Stats (O/U): What is their OVER/UNDER record?

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