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2022 MLB Division Odds Tracker

Updated: November 1, 2022

This page tracks the odds to win all six MLB divisional races. The graphs are generated by averaging the latest odds from online sportsbooks.

Bookmark this page to see how the odds for your favorite teams fluctuate during the 2022 MLB season.



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Odds to Win AL East


  • Aug. 10: The Yankees’ lead sits at 10.5 and it’s likely the AL East futures will be off the board soon.
  • May 15: The Yankees now hold a 4.5-game lead in the AL East and are odds-on favorites to win the division title at -155.
  • May 3: Riding a ten-game in streak, the Yankees now lead the division by 2.5 games and are level with the Jays in the odds to win the AL East at +125.
  • Apr. 24: The Jays are +135 favorites with an early one-game lead on the Yankees and two or more on the rest of the division.
  • Apr. 10: Toronto is now alone atop the AL East odds at +155 on average. The Yankees (+200) and Rays (+330) sit second and third, respectively.
  • Mar. 20: The AL East is going to open as a tight three-way race between the Rays (+215), Yankees (+225) and Blue Jays (+225)
  • Feb. 22: The Yankees have opened as +198 AL East favorites with the Blue Jays (+215) and Rays (+255) close behind.

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Odds to Win AL Central


  • Aug. 10: The Twins and Guardians are tied for the AL Central lead, but it’s the Twins and White Sox, who sit 1.5 games back, who are tied for the shortest odds at +150.
  • May 15: Chicago has trimmed Minnesota’s lead to two games and seen its odds improve to -120. Minny is a +160 bet to win the AL Central.
  • May 3: The Twins and White Sox are now nearly even as Minnesota has raced out to a 3.5-game lead in the AL Central (and 4.5-game lead on Chicago).
  • Apr. 24: The White Sox remain big favorites at -190 despite sitting two games under .500 (6-8). The Guardians are atop the AL Central at just 7-7.
  • Apr. 10: The Tigers (+750) are fading after opening the season 1-2 at home against division-favorite Chicago.
  • Mar. 20: Minnesota has taken over as third-favorite from Cleveland, but the White Sox remain odds-on favorites.
  • Feb. 22: The White Sox are heavy -200 chalk to win the AL Central in the opening odds.

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Odds to Win AL West


  • Aug. 10:The Astros have the biggest division lead among AL teams, sitting at 11.5 over the Mariners. They are prohibitively short -10000 division favorites with a little over 50 games to play.
  • May 15: Houston is back being to a -200 favorite with the Angels (+230) considered the only viable threat. The teams are currently tied in the AL West standings.
  • May 3: Houston’s odds have slipped to -140 as the Angels (+320) lead the division by 2.5 games.
  • Apr. 24: The 8-8 Athletics have faded to +6000, despite sitting third in the AL West after three weeks of action. Seattle lead the division at 9-6, but Houston remains a -190 favorite.
  • Apr. 10: Houston has already shortened to -180 after taking two of three from the Angels on the road.
  • Mar. 20: Oakland chances are being written off; the A’s are +1700 longshots as Opening Day approaches.
  • Feb. 22: Houston is a -143 favorite to win the AL West, followed by the Angels at +380.

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Odds to Win NL East


  • Aug. 10: The Mets grew their lead to 7 games by winning four of five against Atlanta last week.
  • May 15: Maintaining a 5.5-game lead in the NL East, the Mets are now -190 favorites to in win their first division title since 2015.
  • May 3: The Mets are now odds-on favorites at -130. They hold a three-game lead on the Marlins and at least 4.5 on the rest of the NL East.
  • Apr. 24: The Mets have an early four-game lead on Atlanta and have become +120 chalk, with the Braves a close second at +150.
  • Apr. 10: The gap between the Braves (+130) and Mets (+150) has grown, but third-favorite Philadelphia has shortened to +380.
  • Mar. 20: Atlanta (+130) has re-taken the favorites role from NY (+135) but just barely.
  • Feb. 22: The revamped Mets are +140 favorites to take the NL East in the opening MLB division odds.
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Odds to Win NL Central


  • Aug. 10: The Cardinals hold a one-game lead over the Brewers in a race that looks destined to go down to the wire. Oddsmakers pretty heavily favor the Cards at -200.
  • May 15: Milwaukee has improved to -310 despite the Cardinals sitting just 2.5 games behind.
  • May 3: The Brewers have shortened to -210 and hold a 1.5-game lead on the Cardinals (+200).
  • Apr. 24: The Reds (2-13) have the worst record in baseball and have faded to +3000.
  • Apr. 10: Struggling out of the gate, the Brewers (0-2) remain big favorites; the Cubs (2-0) have improved modestly from +1200 to +1000.
  • Mar. 20: On the strength of the deepest pitching staff in the league, Milwaukee’s odds have shortened to -140.
  • Feb. 22: Milwaukee is an odds-on favorite to win the NL Central at -125 in the preseason.

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Odds to Win NL West


  • Aug. 10: The NL West is the first division off the board at all major sportsbooks. The Dodgers hold a 16-game lead with just over 50 games to go.
  • May 15: The Dodgers (-215) and Padres (+360) remain tied in the standings but continued to be viewed very differently by oddsmakers.
  • May 3: Tied atop the division with the Dodgers, the Padres have improved to +390. LA remains a heavy -250 favorite.
  • Apr. 24: The Dodgers shortened to -250 on the strength of a 10-4 start. They hold a half-game lead on the 10-5 Giants, who are neck-and-neck with the Padres for second-favorite status.
  • Apr. 10: LA has improved to -235 just two games into the season; the Padres are a distant second at +340, while reigning-champion San Francisco is +500
  • Mar. 20: The Dodgers are getting shorter as Opening Day gets nearer.
  • Feb. 22: LAD is a -140 favorite to take back the NL West crown from the Giants, who are third at +500 with the Padres (+208) sitting second.

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