In my quest to bring you the best preseason baseball betting coverage in the business, I realized a few things. There was a way to streamline my MLB season win totals and make them a little bit shorter and easier to read by altering the format. Unfortunately, anytime you make something shorter, it comes at the expense of content and analysis. In the past, my season win totals have touched more on individual players, their expected production, and their past performances. Cutting some of that out of the MLB Betting Guide for season win totals did shorten those previews, but it created more of a “general overview” feel. Some of the information in there can certainly carry over to the regular season, but there wasn’t as much detailed analysis of individual players and individual team-specific betting angles. That’s not to say that I’m disappointed with how the MLB Betting Guide came out by any means, but simply to say that I changed the format and the focus. In trying to figure out how to fill that void, I decided to put together somewhere between a page or two on all 30 MLB teams with some pitchers and players to watch, some betting tips to consider, and some things that you can use on a daily basis to gain advantages over the sportsbooks. There are a lot of trends in Major League Baseball that bettors need to be aware of and those are things that I can elaborate on with this separate set of articles. I can address some of those developments and also ways to attack them that make sense. I can also look at players that are making changes that should be beneficial to their respective teams and also expand a little bit more on some of the things mentioned in the MLB Betting Guide. In concert with that publication, which you can find here on BangTheBook’s website with the individual articles, here in PDF form, and on Amazon as a Kindle e-book, you will be fully prepared for the 2019 MLB season. Many of the concepts on these team pages will show up in my daily MLB Betting Picks article right here at BTB. We’ll look to use them to our advantage early and often as the markets and these teams settle in for the long haul of 162 games over 187 days. Here are the team pages: AL East Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox New York Yankees Tampa Bay Rays Toronto Blue Jays   AL Central Chicago White Sox Cleveland Indians Detroit Tigers Kansas City Royals Minnesota Twins   AL West Houston Astros Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Oakland A’s Seattle Mariners Texas Rangers   NL East Atlanta Braves Miami Marlins New York Mets Philadelphia Phillies Washington Nationals   NL Central Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds Milwaukee Brewers Pittsburgh Pirates St. Louis Cardinals   NL West Arizona Diamondbacks Colorado Rockies Los Angeles Dodgers San Diego Padres San Francisco Giants