This page tracks the odds to win all six MLB divisional races. The graphs are generated by averaging the latest odds from reputable online sportsbooks.
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AL East Divisional Odds
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|Tampa Bay Rays
|New York Yankees
|Boston Red Sox
|Toronto Blue Jays
All odds on this page were updated June 14, 2021.
- May 25: The Yankees (-113 on average) still lead in the odds, but the Rays and Red Sox are ever-so-slightly ahead in the standings.
- Apr. 7: All five teams are within a game of each other after a week, but NYY continues to be a heavy favorite at -198, on average.
- Feb. 10: TOR (+368) is second-favorite to NYY (-190) after acquiring George Springer.
- Jan. 25: The Yankees have opened as heavy -200 favorites to take back the AL crown from the Rays in 2021.
AL Central Divisional Odds
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|Chicago White Sox
|Kansas City Royals
- May 25: The White Sox are only 1.5 games ahead of Cleveland, but are now prohibitively short -352 favorites.
- Apr. 7: CHW has been hit by some significant injuries and started just 3-3, leading to their odds fading from -146 to -116.
- Feb. 10: CHW has shortened to -146 while second-favorite MIN faded to +177.
- Jan. 25: The White Sox are -128 favorites to win their first division title since 2008.
AL West Divisional Odds
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|Los Angeles Angels
- May 25: Yet again, this is shaping up as a two-team race between the Astros (-113) and Athletics (+101). The third-place Mariners are already 5.5 games off the pace.
- Apr. 7: The still-undefeated Astros (+157 to -125) and still-winless Athletics (+123 to +218) have seen some of the biggest early divisional-odds movement.
- Feb. 10: Not much change here. OAK continues to hold a slight edge on HOU.
- Jan. 25: Oakland (+120) is slightly favored over Houston (+153) to defend its AL West title.
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NL East Divisional Odds
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|New York Mets
- May 25: All five teams are separated by two games, yet the oddsmakers have the Marlins at +2375. Miami has the best run differential in the division.
- Apr. 7: The Mets (+138) have taken over as division favorites from the Braves (+153), who have started the year 0-4.
- Feb. 10: NYM (+145) has moved even closer to ATL (+128) at the top of the odds.
- Jan. 25: Defending-champion Atlanta is favored at +125 but the NY Mets are not far behind at +190.
NL Central Divisional Odds
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|St. Louis Cardinals
- May 25: The Cubs sit 1.5 games behind the division-leading Cardinals, but are a +613 afterthought in the odds.
- Apr. 7: The odds movement in the NL Central doesn’t make much sense. The 4-1 Reds faded from .+322 to +355. The 2-3 Brewers have improved from +378 to +268.
- Feb. 10: STL’s acquisition of Nolan Arenado led to a big improvement in their odds to win a wide-open NL Central, going from +240 to +113.
- Jan. 25: The reigning-champion Cubs (+300) find themselves behind both the Reds (+230) and Cardinals (+240) in the opening NL Central odds.
NL West Divisional Odds
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|Los Angeles Dodgers
|San Diego Padres
|San Francisco Giants
- May 25: The Padres hold a half-game lead on the Dodgers, but oddsmakers still have LAD at -274 on average.
- Apr. 7: It was a fun race while it lasted. The Dodgers are 5-1 and already -420 favorites after starting the year at -260.
- Feb. 10: LAD is fighting fire with fire. After the Padres acquired Blake Snell and Yu Darvish, the Dodgers picked up reigning NL Cy Young-winner Trevor Bauer. Their division odds improved from -181 to -260.
- Jan. 25: The Dodgersare -181 favorites to win their eighth straight division title.
Archived Divisional Odds: 2020, 2019