Definition of First Pitch Result - Bottom 1st

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What does the term "first pitch result - bottom 1st" mean in the world of baseball betting? What is meant by the term "first pitch result - bottom 1st"?

With the "First pitch result - bottom 1st" line, you are simply betting on what the result of the first pitch in the bottom of the 1st inning will be.

The meaning of the baseball betting term First Pitch Result Bottom 1st is explained.  In photo:  player throwing the ball.  Birds eye view.For instance - let's say that the Toronto Blue Jays are playing against the Boston Red Sox in Fenway Park.

The first pitch result - bottom 1st lines might look like this:

Taken Strike/Swinging Strike/Foul, -140
Ball/HBP, +140
Any Other Out/Outcome, +1100
Extra Base Hit, +3300
Single, +3900

Hitters have a tendency to lay off the first pitch, as they want to get a feel for the pitcher's movements and speed, which is why a strike is almost always the favorite with these lines.

In this case, you would need to wager $140 on the first pitch being a strike in order to have the chance to win $100 in profit back.

If you think that the first batter in the bottom half of the first will come out swinging, you'd might want to take a stab at the "any other out", extra base hit or single lines.


People tend to like betting on these lines because they are scored quickly.