Three key MLB series get underway on Friday evening with the Phillies vs Braves, Rangers vs Reds, and Brewers vs Giants all set to start soon. We have odds and picks for each matchup.
The Red Sox were a dream team in 2018, but they’re having a nightmare season in 2019. Boston is a distant third in the AL East and is quickly falling behind in the race for the American League Pennant.
The Philadelphia Phillies are sliding down the standings and their odds are slipping as well. Can Philly still rebound to win the NL Pennant, or should you be looking at other contenders like the Atlanta Braves or Chicago Cubs instead?
The Baby Braves are looking mighty grown up this season. Atlanta has seen its NL Pennant odds improve from +850 on June 3rd to +680 on June 13th. Can the Braves usurp the Dodgers or have they already hit their ceiling?
MLB begins a new week of action with plenty of series to bet on. We analyze the odds board and offer our best bets here.
Dallas Keuchel is finally off the market. The former Cy Young winner is heading to Atlanta, after the Braves outbid the Yankees for his services. He joins an Atlanta team in the thick of the NL East race, but despite his addition, the Braves’ divisional odds are still longer than those of the Phillies.
Three key MLB series are happening this weekend with the Yankees vs Indians, Rays vs Red Sox, and A’s vs Rangers set to start on Friday. We have odds and picks for each matchup.
The Washington Nationals’ average World Series odds have fallen to +4300 despite a recent hot streak. Is now the time jump on the Nats, or is their lousy bullpen too much to overcome?
The Chicago Cubs hope to have addressed their closer woes by signing All-Star pitcher Craig Kimbrel to a three-year contract. However, with Kimbrel’s arrival date in Chicago still to be determined, the Cubs remain stalled as a +1600 bet to win the 2019 World Series.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have become the 2019 World Series favorites thanks to a dominant stretch. Are they the best bet or are the Houston Astros are better value play among the MLB’s powerhouses?
The long-term absences of Andrew McCutchen and Odubel Herrera have crippled the Philadelphia Phillies’ outfield and lengthened their 2019 World Series odds. Does the addition of Jay Bruce, and potential acquisition of Craig Kimbrel, make Philly a good buy-low option at this point?
The Cleveland Indians are now down four starting pitchers. They also can’t drive in a run to save their life. Yet, they remain a viable 2019 World Series contender according to some sportsbooks. What’s the truth when it comes to the Tribe? Is there any reason to bet on Terry Francona’s squad down the stretch?
No Joey Gallo? No problem. The Texas Rangers have seen their 2019 AL Pennant odds improve from +5500 on May 22nd to +4200 on June 3rd despite losing their star slugger to a left oblique strain.
The Colorado Rockies’ eight-game win streak has returned them to the NL Wild-Card picture and boosted their NL Pennant odds significantly. But the club faces a tough June schedule, which includes multiple series against the Dodgers and Cubs. Are the Rox the best bet in the NL futures or is there another team offering better value at the moment?
The Chicago Cubs are in a slump and have now blown their lead in the National League Central. Are the division-leading Milwaukee Brewers a good bet at slightly longer odds, or should bettors take a big swing on the slumping Cardinals?
After taking two of three from Boston on the weekend, the New York Yankees now have an 8.5 game lead over the Red Sox. On average, New York’s odds of winning the AL East have been lowered to -210.
Jake Odorizzi had to watch his former teammate Blake Snell take home the AL Cy Young Award last season, but this year it appears the tables may have turned. The Minnesota Twins ace is undefeated in his last nine starts and has allowed just 14 earned runs all season.
The Minnesota Twins have shot to the top of the AL Central and their odds to win the division reflect their huge lead in the standings. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Indians’ odds are all over the board, and much will be decided with a bevy of head-to-heads to close out the campaign. We break down the value play for bettors.
Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Austin Meadows leads the American League with a .357 batting average. Is he worth a wager for AL MVP at odds of +1000?
Texas Rangers outfielder Joey Gallo is hitting .276 with 17 home runs and 41 RBI while leading the American League in slugging and OPS. Can he stay in the AL MVP race despite a recent injury and his high strikeout rate?