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Today
RUN LINE
TOTAL
MONEYLINE
7:10PM
TOR Blue Jays
-1.5
+155
O 9
-110
-110
7:10PM
TB Rays
+1.5
-180
U 9
-110
-110
10:10PM
KC Royals
-1.5
+145
O 9
+100
-115
10:10PM
CLE Indians
+1.5
-165
U 9
-120
-105
10:40PM
WAS Nationals
+1.5
-190
O 8
-115
+110
10:40PM
MIA Marlins
-1.5
+160
U 8
-105
-130
11:05PM
BAL Orioles
+1.5
+120
O 8.5
-105
+270
11:05PM
PHI Phillies
-1.5
-140
U 8.5
-115
-350
11:05PM
TEX Rangers
+1.5
+120
O 9
-105
+235
11:05PM
NY Yankees
-1.5
-140
U 9
-115
-300
11:10PM
NY Mets
+1.5
-125
O 9.5
-105
+155
11:10PM
BOS Red Sox
-1.5
+105
U 9.5
-115
-180
11:40PM
STL Cardinals
+1.5
-170
O 9
-110
+115
11:40PM
MIL Brewers
-1.5
+150
U 9
-110
-135
11:40PM
MIN Twins
-1.5
+150
O 7
-105
-125
11:40PM
CHI Cubs
+1.5
-170
U 7
-115
+105
Tomorrow
RUN LINE
TOTAL
MONEYLINE
12:40AM
LA Dodgers
-1.5
-130
O 10.5
-115
-210
12:40AM
COL Rockies
+1.5
+110
U 10.5
-105
+175
1:38AM
HOU Astros
-1.5
-130
O 9.5
-110
-210
1:38AM
LA Angels
+1.5
+110
U 9.5
-110
+175
1:40AM
ATL Braves
-1.5
-115
O 9.5
+100
-180
1:40AM
ARI Diamondbacks
+1.5
-105
U 9.5
-120
+155
1:40AM
SEA Mariners
+1.5
-170
O 8.5
-110
+120
1:40AM
OAK Athletics
-1.5
+150
U 8.5
-110
-140
2:10AM
SF Giants
-1.5
+155
O 9.5
+100
-105
2:10AM
SD Padres
+1.5
-180
U 9.5
-120
-115
5:10PM
CHI White Sox
-1.5
+150
O 6.5
-110
-130
5:10PM
CLE Indians
+1.5
-170
U 6.5
-110
+110
6:10PM
STL Cardinals
+1.5
-200
O 8
-110
+100
6:10PM
MIL Brewers
-1.5
+170
U 8
-110
-120
7:10PM
LA Dodgers
-1.5
-155
O 10.5
-115
-280
7:10PM
COL Rockies
+1.5
+135
U 10.5
-105
+225
7:37PM
SEA Mariners
+1.5
-160
O 8
-110
+125
7:37PM
OAK Athletics
-1.5
+140
U 8
-110
-145
7:40PM
ATL Braves
-1.5
-105
O 9
-110
-170
7:40PM
ARI Diamondbacks
+1.5
-115
U 9
-110
+150
8:10PM
SF Giants
+1.5
-210
O 7.5
-120
-105
8:10PM
SD Padres
-1.5
+175
U 7.5
+100
-115
10:10PM
CHI White Sox
-1.5
+105
O 6
-120
-170
10:10PM
CLE Indians
+1.5
-125
U 6
+100
+150
10:40PM
WAS Nationals
+1.5
-130
O 8
-115
+165
10:40PM
CIN Reds
-1.5
+110
U 8
-105
-195
11:05PM
PIT Pirates
+1.5
+120
O 8.5
-110
+250
11:05PM
PHI Phillies
-1.5
-140
U 8.5
-110
-320
11:05PM
TEX Rangers
+1.5
-155
O 9
-120
+115
11:05PM
BAL Orioles
-1.5
+135
U 9
+100
-135
11:40PM
TOR Blue Jays
-1.5
+120
O 8.5
-120
-135
11:40PM
MIN Twins
+1.5
-140
U 8.5
+100
+115
FRI SEP 24TH
RUN LINE
TOTAL
MONEYLINE
1:38AM
HOU Astros
-1.5
-120
O 7.5
-115
-190
1:38AM
LA Angels
+1.5
+100
U 7.5
-105
+160

2021 MLB Odds and Betting

The 2021 MLB season is underway, as the Los Angeles Dodgers look to defend their title after beating the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series in 2020. The Dodgers are the clear favorites to do so, with shortest betting odds (+350) and the highest win total over/under (102.5). The New York Yankees (+550) and the San Diego Padres (+800) are the top contenders to begin the year, as the MLB returns to its 162-game schedule after the teams played just 60 games last season.

The rest of the top World Series favorites are similar to last year’s top teams, with the New York Mets (+1000) being the biggest exception. The Mets had a busy offseason in acquiring Francisco Lindor, and they’re now tied for 5th (with the Braves) for shortest odds to win the World Series. The St. Louis Cardinals (+2200) and Toronto Blue Jays (+2200) are two of the other most prominent teams on the rise, while Cubs (+4000) and Indians (+4000) are expected to take a step back.

The 2021 MVP races are beginning much like they usually do, with Mike Trout (+225) the obvious favorite in the AL, while there are once again no clear favorites in the NL. Last year’s winner Freddie Freeman begins the season at +1300 for NL MVP, with Juan Soto (+735), Mookie Betts (+750), and a few others ahead of him. Cy Young odds are led by Gerrit Cole (+350) in the AL, and Jacob deGrom (+425) in the NL.

The odds at the top of season leaders’ markets are clustered as well, and it should be a close and exciting race in just about all of them. Ronald Acuna Jr., Pete Alonso, and Mike Trout are co-favorites to lead the MLB in home runs this year at +1100, and deGrom (+425) is marginally ahead of Cole (+450) for most strikeouts. Juan Soto (+800) is the favorite for the RBI crown, while D.J. Lemahieu (+800) is the favorite to be the hits leader and Acuna Jr. (+650) is the favorite for runs scored.

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