The Saturday sports betting card is highlighted by two events that do not have betting trends in the Betting Center. The 141st Kentucky Derby, which you can read about here, and the Floyd Mayweather vs. Manny Pacquiao fight, which was previewed here, are the two most anticipated events of the day. However, there are a lot of sports before and in between that do have some betting trends that can help you make money on this glorious Saturday of sports.

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Here are the sports betting trends of the day for May 2:

MLB: Detroit Tigers at Kansas City Royals (7:10 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play against Kansas City using the money line in home games in May. The Royals are 8-21 (-18.75 units) over the last three seasons.

The Royals picked up a home game win in May on Friday night over the Detroit Tigers. Edinson Volquez takes on David Price on Saturday as the Royals attempt to win the four-game series. Detroit is favored in the game and they line has been growing, up from -114 to -122 at 5Dimes and higher at other places.

NBA: San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Clippers (8:00 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play on San Antonio using the money line in road games with a total between 200 and 204.5 points. The Spurs are 18-6 (+13.1 units) over the last two seasons.

Hopefully this game won’t get overshadowed by the Kentucky Derby and the Mayweather vs. Pacquiao fight. It shouldn’t because it falls perfectly in between both events. This deciding Game 7 in what has been an excellent series sees the Clippers as a one-possession favorite. The Spurs have won two of the three games at Staples Center, so they have no problem with road upsets in this series.

MLB: Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles (7:05 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play on Baltimore using the money line in home night games. The Orioles are 46-20 (+24.1 units) over the last two seasons.

The Orioles did not lose a home game, but they did. The Orioles were the home team at Tropicana Field in the 2-0 loss to Alex Colome. The same situation applies on Saturday as the Orioles once again bat last during their weekend set at the Trop. The Orioles are listed as a hefty “home” dog against Chris Archer and the Rays.

MLB: New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox (1:35 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play against Boston using the money line in home games with a money line of +100 to -125. The Red Sox are 7-19 (-15.15 units) over the last two seasons.

As mentioned yesterday, this trend is more about the 2014 version of the Red Sox, but they lost to the Yankees as a small favorite on Friday night to add to this trend. Boston is in the same situation on Saturday with Wade Miley listed as a 10-to-15 cent favorite over Nate Eovaldi. Buyer beware with the Red Sox since Miley was crushed last time out and the Red Sox offense has struggled of late.

NHL: Washington Capitals at New York Rangers (12:30 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play on New York using the money line in all games against division opponents. The Rangers are 27-9 (+16.55 units) this season.

The Capitals and Rangers meet in Game 2 for a matinee showdown in the NHL playoffs. The Rangers lost Game 1 in stunning fashion on Joel Ward’s game-winning goal with 1.3 seconds left. The end of the game also featured some controversy thanks to Nicklas Backstrom’s hit on Dan Boyle and a skirmish at the buzzer. The Rangers are favored in a big way to even up the series.

NBA: San Antonio Spurs at Los Angeles Clippers (8:00 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play under in San Antonio road games against poor defensive teams allowing 99 or more points per game. The under is 23-6 (+16.4 units) this season.

The Spurs would like to play a low-scoring game against the Clippers because defense is the area in which they have a big edge. San Antonio has kept a lot of games low scoring, especially in the second half, but this series has been all over the place in terms of final scores. The total is set at 204 for Saturday’s winner-take-all Game 7.

MLB: Oakland Athletics at Texas Rangers (8:00 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play over in Oakland games against division opponents. The over is 17-4 (+13.2 units) this season.

The A’s and Rangers played to a 7-5 final on Saturday to add another win to this trend. Bettors have been able to blindly pick up 13 units of profit by playing overs on the underrated Oakland offense. The matchup between Drew Pomeranz and Nick Martinez on Saturday has a line of 8.5.

MLB: Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers (9:10 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play over in LA Dodgers home games against right-handed starters. The over is 50-23 (+27.2 units) over the last two seasons.

The Dodgers will take some hacks at Jeremy Hellickson in Saturday’s MLB action. They send Scott Baker to the mound. The total is currently sitting at 8, but money should push this number up. This trend may be a factor, along with the starting pitching matchup. Watch this one climb and possibly close 8.5.

MLB: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at San Francisco Giants (4:05 p.m. ET)

Trend: Play over in Los Angeles Angels games on the total as a road underdog of +100 to +125. The over is 23-8 (+14.85 units) over the last two seasons.

The Angels have scored a lot of runs as an underdog over the last couple of seasons. They do have a solid offensive team and Angel Stadium’s tough nighttime hitting conditions often add value to their totals because they can have some offensive lulls at home. The Angels/Giants game is lined at 7.5 for the pitching matchup between Hector Santiago and Tim Hudson.

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