MLB Betting Lines, Odds, Totals and Prop Bets for Wednesday, April 3

David Hayes
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We're less than a full week away from last last Thursday's 2019 MLB Opening Day, but we've already seen some exciting baseball and even more surprising results in the early standings.

Wednesday's MLB slate starts early, with five matchups set to start by 1:15 p.m. EST. The Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds kick us off at 12:35 p.m. EST in the third and final matchup of their series at the Great American Ball Park in Cincy. Here are the full lines and odds for MLB today from FanDuel Sportsbook.

We've also got a full slate today, with all 30 MLB teams taking the field in 15 total games across the country. Wednesday's biggest favorite comes to us from Marlins Park in Miami, with the New York Mets currently listed as -215 moneyline favorites over the Miami Marlins, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

The Mets-Marlins, Chicago White Sox-Cleveland Indians and Colorado Rockies-Tampa Bay Rays matchups are all tied for the lowest run total of the day at 6.5 on FanDuel Sportsbook. On the other end of the scoring spectrum, the Detroit Tigers-New York Yankees game has sole possession of the highest run total on the day at 9.5.

We've certainly got a full plate of baseball on our hands, and some of the best arms in game taking the mound between Jacob deGrom, Charlie Morton and Corey Kluber. Keep an eye out for another exciting day of MLB action.

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