Baseball Betting Rules

Baseball games do not have to be played to completion for wagers to have action. Wagers will be settled according to the following:

1. Moneyline wagers are official after 5 innings of play (4.5 innings if the home team is winning). 

2. Total/runline wagers are official after 9 innings of play (8.5 innings if the home team is winning). If a game is called before 9 innings have been played, total and runline wagers are settled as "No Action". If a baseball game goes 9 or more innings and is NOT completed (e.g., suspended, rain, or darkness), wagers on the runline and total still have action and are settled according to rule 3 below.

3. In the case of a game that is suspended or cancelled in extra innings, the score will be determined after the last full inning unless the home team scores to tie, or takes the lead in the bottom half of the inning, in which case the score is determined at the time the game is called.

4. In the event of a pitching change prior to the game, the runline and totals are deemed "No Action". Note you have two options when wagering on the moneyline:
a. Action: A straight up bet regardless of who throws the first pitch. Odds will be adjusted according to the opening price of the new pitcher.
b. Listed: You will receive the risk amount back if the listed pitcher you have selected does not start the game. You may specify whether one or both pitchers must throw the first pitch.
c. In the event of a pitching change prior to the game, Proposition wagers that directly involve the pitching change will be deemed “No Action”. 

5. Wagers on suspended games do not carry over to a later date.