2020 MLB Division Odds Tracker
- View updated divisional odds for all 30 Major League Baseball teams
- Graphs show the highs and lows of the 162-game season for each team
- See historical trends within every division in the American League and National League
We’ve are keeping a close eye on all six American League and National League divisional races and have included each team’s odds below. The graphs have been generated by averaging the latest odds from our most-trusted sportsbooks to help you better determine each team’s probability of coming out on top.
Bookmark this page and visit it often to see how the odds for your favorite clubs fluctuate during the 2020 MLB season.
Feb. 14: The Yankees opened as short -350 favorites, and then were immediately bet up to -800!
AL East Divisional Odds
|Team||2020 AL East Odds at MyBookie|
|New York Yankees||-800|
|Tampa Bay Rays||+600|
|Boston Red Sox||+1000|
|Toronto Blue Jays||+3500|
All odds on this page were last updated on Feb 14, 2020.
AL East Trends
|Team||AL East Titles||Last AL East Title|
|Boston Red Sox||10||2018|
|New York Yankees||19||2019|
|Tampa Bay Rays||2||2010|
|Toronto Blue Jays||6||2015|
The Yankees broke a six-year drought by claiming the 2019 AL East crown, running their total to 19 divisional titles since 1969.
Feb. 14: The Twins open as odds-on favorites to repeats as AL Central champs at -150.
AL Central Divisional Odds
|Team||2020 AL Central Odds at MyBookie|
|Chicago White Sox||+275|
|Kansas City Royals||+25000|
AL Central Trends
|Team||AL Central Titles||Last AL Central Title|
|Chicago White Sox||3||2008|
|Kansas City Royals||1||2015|
The Indians wasted little time in claiming the AL Central as their own when the division was formed in 1994. Cleveland won six of the first seven AL Central crowns, including five straight from 1995 to 1999. They also won three straight from 2016-2018, but the Twins broke that streak last year and opened as favorites to win again in 2020.
Feb. 14: Hate them or … hate them, the Astros are once again heavy favorites to win the AL West at -275.
AL West Divisional Odds
|Team||2020 AL West Odds at MyBookie|
|Los Angeles Angels||+650|
AL West Trends
|Team||AL West Titles||Last AL West Title|
|Los Angeles Angels||9||2014|
The Astros became the first team in AL West history to record back-to-back 100-win seasons in 2017 and 2018. They followed it up with another 107 wins last season. Can they make it four straight in 2020?
Feb. 14: The Braves (+173) are slightly favored over the reigning World Series-champion Nationals (+250).
NL East Divisional Odds
|Team||2020 NL East Odds at Bovada|
|New York Mets||+300|
NL East Trends
|Team||NL East Titles||Last NL East Title|
|New York Mets||6||2015|
The Braves had a stranglehold on the NL East from 1995 to 2005, winning 11 consecutive divisional crowns. Atlanta never won fewer than 88 games during that remarkable span.
Feb. 14: This is the closest division in baseball according to oddsmakers with four teams between +200 and +300
NL Central Divisional Odds
|Team||2020 NL Central Odds at Bovada|
|St. Louis Cardinals||+205|
NL Central Trends
|Team||NL Central Titles Since 1994||Last NL Central Title|
|St. Louis Cardinals||11||2019|
Three different teams have won the NL Central the past three years: Cubs (2017), Brewers (2018), and Cardinals (2019).
Feb. 14: LAD opened as a -900 favorite. They have won seven in a row and show no signs of slowing down.
NL West Divisional Odds
|Team||2020 NL West Odds at Bovada|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||-900|
|San Diego Padres||+1100|
|San Francisco Giants||+3300|
NL West Trends
|Team||NL West Titles Since 1994||Last NL West Title|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||11||2019|
|San Diego Padres||4||2006|
|San Francisco Giants||5||2012|
The Dodgers continued their reign in 2019 by winning their seventh straight NL West title. It’s an impressive streak, but it has yet to lead to a World Series championship, as Los Angeles has repeatedly come up short in the postseason.
Archived Divisional Odds: 2019