MLB bettors often focus on lineups, starting pitchers, bullpens and a plethora of advanced metrics to find value across the long 162-game schedule.
And while some bettors, and DFS players for that matter, also consider weather, it’s still not something that everyone examines before making betting and fantasy decisions.
Obviously, strong winds blowing out will help fly balls carry further and can turn warning-track outs into home runs.
Conversely, gusty breezes blowing in will knock down well hit fly balls, often pushing would be round-trippers into long fly-ball outs.
Savvy bettors can find advantages by targeting overs in games with winds blowing out, while also getting down on unders when strong winds and gusting toward home plate.
With this in mind, here’s a look at today’s most important MLB weather forecasts.
MLB Weather Forecasts
*Odds and weather forecasts as of Tuesday at 9 a.m. ET.
Blue Jays vs. Rangers Weather Forecast
8:05 p.m. ET | O/U: 9.5
Temperature: 79 degrees
Wind speed: 18-20 mph
Wind direction: Out to left
At the time of writing, the roof at Globe Life Field is still considered open, but be sure to confirm whether officials ultimately decide to close the roof in Arlington.
As you can see, strong winds are expected to blow out to left field all game, even increasing throughout the evening.
Diamondbacks vs. Rockies Weather Forecast
8:40 p.m. ET | O/U: 10.5
Temperature: 50 degrees
Wind speed: 7-14 mph
Wind direction: In
Double-digit breezes are forecasted to be blowing straight in tonight at Coors Field, but please note how they lessen as the game progresses.
Interestingly, the Diamondbacks vs. Rockies over/under has dropped from 11 to 10.5 (click here for live MLB odds), so bettors have pushed this number down since it opened on Monday afternoon.
In fact, the current Coors Field weather forecast makes the Diamondback vs. Rockies under a match for our Weather: Wind Blowing In PRO System, which has hit at a 55% rate since 2005.