MLB has already delayed the start of its season twice. How many games will they eventually get in? We examine the odds here.
You wouldn’t expect a team’s division odds to improve while coronavirus brings MLB to a stand still. But that’s just what happened to one AL East team. Are they a good value bet in the baseball’s latest divisional futures?
Like the sports world, MLB is at a standstill. But could baseball be back sooner than others in North America? Bryan Thiel explore if there’s a chance and which option is the best bet.
Coronavirus has thrown the sports world into chaos. While some leagues have to wait to sort out their playoff pictures, MLB can’t even start. We explore how a delayed start could hurt some World Series contenders.
The 2020 MLB season has been delayed due to the coronavirus. We examine which teams have the most to gain from an extended break here.
Mike Trout is the reigning AL MVP and the odds-on favorite to win again in 2020 at every sportsbook but one. Find out where bettors can still get the Angels superstar at plus-money and whether that represents good value in the latest MLB futures.
Yankees 2020 Playoff Odds as Long as +1400 at Multiple Sportsbooks; Any Value Betting NYY to Miss Postseason?
Despite sustaining a slew of injuries so far in spring training, the New York Yankees’ playoff odds are as long as +1400. John Perrotto looks at the Yankees’ situation and sees if there is any value in betting against them reaching the postseason.
The NL Central is wide open for the 2020 MLB season, oddsmakers can’t even pick a favorite to make the playoffs. We look at who could be playing in October.
Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Gavin Lux is favored to win the 2020 National League Rookie of the Year award. John Perrotto looks at Lux’s chance, some of the other NL rookies, and offers wagering advice.
Michael Kopech, Casey Mize and Luis Robert headline the early odds to win 2020 American League Rookie of the Year. Get the inside scoop on what lies ahead for each of the favorites and expert betting advice from Jordan Horrobin.
Chris Sale’s latest injury didn’t affect the Boston Red Sox’ 2020 season win total odds. We breakdown the Sale news and examine if now is the time to bet against Boston.
New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso has seen his NL MVP odds shortened. We breakdown the latest movement on the NL MVP odds board and examine if Alonso is worthy of a wager.
Alex Bregman’s AL MVP odds are getting shorter despite all the controversy surrounding the Houston Astros. Bryan Thiel examines if Bregman is a good value at his new price to win the coveted award.
Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer’s NL Cy Young odds have been lengthened, while Yu Darvish’s have been slashed in half. We examine who’s the best bet to win the award here.
Cincinnati has seen its division odds slashed in the last few weeks. The additions of Mike Moustakas, Nick Castellanos and Wade Miley should thrust the Reds into the 2020 NL Central race. But are they good betting value at roughly +250? Paul Attfield looks at the Reds’ offseason additions and how they compare with the Cubs, Cardinals and Brewers.
Phillies Odds to Win NL East Are Sinking Like a Stone; Should Bettors Buy Low on Bryce Harper and Co?
Are the Phillies really the fourth best team in the NL East? The fade in their divisional odds since spring training opened certainly implies so.
The Astros have seen their hyper-short AL West division odds dip in recent days as spring training games have begun and public backlash remains strong. Is now a good time to bet on the Stros to win a fourth straight division title?
The New York Yankees’ average AL East odds have been lengthened thanks to Giancarlo Stanton’s calf injury. We examine if his absence should deter bettors from wagering on the Yankees to win their division here.
Despite signs of optimism, both the Cardinals & Padres have seen their playoff odds lengthen as spring camp has opened – should you bet them to make the postseason?
The New York Yankees’ MLB futures didn’t move despite the loss of Luis Severino for the season. New York’s 2020 win total remained at an AL-high 101.5, and they’re still tied for the shortest World Series odds.