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$ ROI Margin wins losses % link
2338 18.5 -0.7 42 69 37.8 The Indians are 42-69-4 AGAINST since May 18, 2015 as a road dog.
2008 7.9 -0.3 98 126 43.8 The Indians are 98-126-8 AGAINST since Jul 30, 2018.
1548 11.9 -0.5 47 67 41.2 The Indians are 47-67-5 AGAINST since Jul 14, 2018 at home.
1230 19.4 -0.7 21 35 37.5 The Indians are 21-35-2 AGAINST since May 07, 2019 as a home favorite.
762 32.1 -1.3 7 15 31.8 The Indians are 7-15 AGAINST since Aug 28, 2019 on the road.
590 45.3 -1.7 3 9 25.0 The Indians are 3-9 AGAINST since Aug 28, 2019 as a road favorite.
500 96.2 -5.2 0 5 0.0 The Indians are 0-5 AGAINST since Jul 29, 2020 as a dog.
395 61.2 -2.8 1 5 16.7 The Indians are 1-5 AGAINST since Jul 24, 2020 as a favorite.
240 16.7 -0.3 5 8 38.5 The Indians are 5-8 AGAINST since Sep 23, 2018 as a home dog.

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How To Use the Trends Page:
Use the Pythonic Query Language to explore a database of trends. The full PyQL format is: parameters @ conditions. More typical use just specifies the condition and takes a default output.

To see all trends with an average margin of at least 2 use the PyQL condition: margin > 2.

To see all perfect trends use the PyQL: wins * losses = 0
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