Three key MLB series are happening this weekend with the Phillies vs Dodgers, Astros vs A’s, and Cubs vs Cardinals set to start on Friday. We have odds and picks for each matchup.
The Houston Astros have a comfortable lead in the AL West but they are battling injuries. On top of that, Oakland is red-hot right now. Who is the best bet to win the 2019 AL West title, with Oakland getting +1200 odds and Houston laying a massive -6600.
No team has undermined the credibility of bookmakers more this season than the Minnesota Twins, whose average World Series odds were as distant as +7300 on December 6th. The Twinkies weren’t even expected to be factors in their own division after winning just 78 games in 2018 and spending less than $50 million in free agency.
The Astros saw their World Series odds improve from +390 on May 14th to +330 on May 27th despite losing All-Star slugger George Springer to a hamstring injury.
The New York Yankees are 18-4 since May 1st and back atop the AL East. Should you take advantage of their enticing +550 odds before they get any lower?
The Braves have won seven of their last 10 and now sit 1.5 games back in the National League East. Is Atlanta capable of returning to the World Series for the first time since 1999?
The Cleveland Indians’ average World Series odds have lengthened from +2100 on May 14th to +2700 on May 27th as the club deals with mounting injuries and the sizzling play of the Minnesota Twins.
Memorial Day is loaded with 14 MLB games, with eight of them getting under way before 4pm ET. See the odds and get our best bets here.
The “FIELD” Is Favored to Lead the MLB in Homers Over Yelich, Springer, Gallo; Just Who’s in This “FIELD” Option?
Christian Yelich is the new favorite to lead the MLB in home runs in 2019, overtaking George Springer. However, the FIELD option, which includes about nine legit contenders, has the best odds of all. What’s the best wager for baseball bettors?
Three key MLB series are happening over the Memorial Day weekend with the Red Sox vs the Astros, Phillies vs Brewers, and Braves vs Cardinals set to start on Friday. We have odds and picks for each matchup.
The Atlanta Braves have now won nine of 12 to pull to within 1.5 games of the first-place Philadelphia Phillies in the NL East. Have the Braves done enough to ease concerns over their early-season inconsistency?
The Minnesota Twins have won seven of their last eight games and now have a seven game lead over the Cleveland Indians. Are they a lock to win the AL Central?
The St. Louis Cardinals were the favorites to win the NL Central two and a half weeks ago, but after 14 losses in their past 19 games, they look like a team more likely to finish at the bottom of the division than the top.
The Major League Baseball season has passed its quarter mark and the Yankees are once again looking like world beaters. New York has won eight of its last 10 games and has seen its odds to win the AL East improve from +100 on May 6th to -120 on May 22nd.
The Cubs are 15-6 since April 27th and sportsbooks are taking notice. Chicago’s average odds to win the NL Pennant improved from +660 on May 6th to +530 on May 22nd.
The Phillies have the best odds of winning the NL East thanks to a recent hot stretch that has seen them win four of their last five games. Can they continue to hold off the hard-charging Braves?
Three key MLB series are happening over the weekend with the Rays vs Yankees, Astros vs Red Sox, and Brewers vs Braves set to start on Friday. We have odds and picks for each matchup.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. finally hit the first home run of his MLB career on Tuesday night. However, with the 20-year-old off to a slow start on a struggling Toronto Blue Jays squad, expectations for his offensive production have dropped.
BookMaker favors Houston Astros slugger George Springer to lead the Major Leagues in home runs this season. He’s already hit 16 homers in 2019, but can he keep up his current pace after hitting just 22 last season?
The Indians opened as a competitive +1200 bet to win the 2019 World Series, but following a shaky start and serious injuries to starting pitchers Corey Kluber and Mike Clevinger, Cleveland now trails at a distant +2500.