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RUN LINE
TOTAL
MONEYLINE
5:10PM
CIN Reds
+1.5
+140
O 9
+100
+270
5:10PM
NY Mets
-1.5
-165
U 9
-120
-325
6:10PM
TB Rays
+1.5
-165
O 7.5
+105
+125
6:10PM
MIL Brewers
-1.5
+140
U 7.5
-125
-145
6:20PM
WAS Nationals
+1.5
-140
O 7.5
-110
+150
6:20PM
CHI Cubs
-1.5
+120
U 7.5
-110
-175
7:37PM
LA Angels
+1.5
-195
O 7.5
-115
+110
7:37PM
OAK Athletics
-1.5
+165
U 7.5
-105
-130
8:10PM
NY Yankees
-1.5
+140
O 7
-120
-115
8:10PM
SEA Mariners
+1.5
-165
U 7
+100
-105
8:10PM
SF Giants
+1.5
-140
O 9
+100
+140
8:10PM
SD Padres
-1.5
+120
U 9
-120
-165
11:05PM
MIA Marlins
+1.5
-190
O 7
-120
+105
11:05PM
PHI Phillies
-1.5
+160
U 7
+100
-125
11:05PM
TOR Blue Jays
-1.5
+105
O 9
-105
-145
11:05PM
BAL Orioles
+1.5
-125
U 9
-115
+125
11:10PM
ATL Braves
-1.5
+105
O 9
-115
-145
11:10PM
BOS Red Sox
+1.5
-125
U 9
-105
+125
11:10PM
CLE Guardians
-1.5
-110
O 8
-120
-180
11:10PM
DET Tigers
+1.5
-110
U 8
+100
+155
Tomorrow
RUN LINE
TOTAL
MONEYLINE
12:10AM
TEX Rangers
+1.5
+120
O 7.5
+105
+245
12:10AM
HOU Astros
-1.5
-140
U 7.5
-125
-295
12:10AM
CHI White Sox
-1.5
+120
O 8.5
-115
-140
12:10AM
KC Royals
+1.5
-140
U 8.5
-105
+120
12:40AM
STL Cardinals
-1.5
-105
O 12.5
-105
-165
12:40AM
COL Rockies
+1.5
-115
U 12.5
-115
+140
1:40AM
PIT Pirates
+1.5
-145
O 8
-115
+135
1:40AM
ARI Diamondbacks
-1.5
+125
U 8
-105
-155
2:10AM
MIN Twins
+1.5
-130
O 9
-105
+140
2:10AM
LA Dodgers
-1.5
+110
U 9
-115
-165
5:05PM
MIA Marlins
+1.5
-150
O 8
-110
+140
5:05PM
PHI Phillies
-1.5
+130
U 8
-110
-165
5:10PM
CLE Guardians
-1.5
-105
O 8
-115
-175
5:10PM
DET Tigers
+1.5
-115
U 8
-105
+150
6:10PM
TEX Rangers
+1.5
+125
O 7.5
-115
+280
6:10PM
HOU Astros
-1.5
-145
U 7.5
-105
-340
6:10PM
CHI White Sox
-1.5
-125
O 8
-115
-210
6:10PM
KC Royals
+1.5
+105
U 8
-105
+180
7:10PM
STL Cardinals
-1.5
-120
O 11.5
+100
-175
7:10PM
COL Rockies
+1.5
+100
U 11.5
-120
+150
7:40PM
PIT Pirates
+1.5
-155
O 8
-110
+140
7:40PM
ARI Diamondbacks
-1.5
+135
U 8
-110
-165
11:10PM
BAL Orioles
-1.5
+145
O 10
-115
-105
11:10PM
BOS Red Sox
+1.5
-170
U 10
-105
-115
11:15PM
CHI Cubs
-1.5
+150
O 7.5
-120
-120
11:15PM
CIN Reds
+1.5
-175
U 7.5
+100
+100

MLB 2022 2nd Half Betting and Odds

The All-Star break is over and the second half of the 2022 MLB regular season is beginning, and the landscape for betting and odds looks to be largely the same as where it left off. The Los Angeles Dodgers still lead the way in World Series odds coming out of the break followed by the New York Yankees, Houston Astros, New York Mets and Atlanta Braves. This is a similar picture to what’s held up for most of the 2022 season though teams like the Toronto Blue Jays and Chicago White Sox have started to drift further into the second tier of contenders. The top three favorites – Dodgers, Yankees and Astros – have all taken massive leads in their divisions as well and all three teams are north of 20 to 1 favorites to earn divisional titles entering the second half of play.


When it comes to player awards there’s a lot more that’s changed with new favorites in just about every category. Shohei Ohtani was actually favored to win AL MVP for much of the first few months before being overtaken by Aaron Judge, but he has since regained the lead in the betting odds largely due to his prowess on the mound. Paul Goldschmidt has moved into the driver’s seat for MVP in the NL as Manny Machado and Mookie Betts have moved backwards due to injuries and missed playing time. Corbin Burnes and Justin Verlander are still in contention for their respective Cy Young trophies just as they were in the Spring, but they’re both now in second place in the betting odds as they’ve been passed by Shane McClanahan in the AL and Sandy Alcantara in the NL. For Rookie of the Year, Spencer Strider holds a narrow lead over his teammate Michael Harris in the NL while Julio Rodriguez has surged ahead of Jeremy Pena and Bobby Witt Jr. in the AL.



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