MLB Odds & Betting Lines

AZ

MLB

MLB

Sun, June 26 2022, 4:05 PM

MIA Marlins

Moneyline

+128

Run Line

+1.5

Total

O 8.5

NY Mets

Moneyline

-155

Run Line

-1.5

Total

U 8.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 5:35 PM

NY Yankees

Moneyline

-165

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 9

HOU Astros

Moneyline

+138

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 9

Sun, June 26 2022, 5:40 PM

TB Rays

Moneyline

-235

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 6

PIT Pirates

Moneyline

+190

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 6

Sun, June 26 2022, 5:40 PM

CLE Guardians

Moneyline

-103

Run Line

+1.5

Total

O 9.5

BOS Red Sox

Moneyline

-117

Run Line

-1.5

Total

U 9.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 6:10 PM

CHI White Sox

Moneyline

-230

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 8.5

BAL Orioles

Moneyline

+190

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 8.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 6:10 PM

MIN Twins

Moneyline

-220

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 8.5

COL Rockies

Moneyline

+180

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 8.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 6:10 PM

MIL Brewers

Moneyline

+123

Run Line

+1.5

Total

O 9

TOR Blue Jays

Moneyline

-148

Run Line

-1.5

Total

U 9

Sun, June 26 2022, 6:10 PM

KC Royals

Moneyline

-167

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 8.5

OAK Athletics

Moneyline

+140

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 8.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 6:15 PM

STL Cardinals

Moneyline

-186

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 8.5

CHI Cubs

Moneyline

+150

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 8.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 6:35 PM

TEX Rangers

Moneyline

-167

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 9

WAS Nationals

Moneyline

+143

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 9

Sun, June 26 2022, 8:05 PM

SF Giants

Moneyline

-165

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 8

CIN Reds

Moneyline

+138

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 8

Sun, June 26 2022, 8:07 PM

LA Angels

Moneyline

-139

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 9

SEA Mariners

Moneyline

+118

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 9

Sun, June 26 2022, 8:10 PM

SD Padres

Moneyline

-159

Run Line

-1.5

Total

O 7.5

PHI Phillies

Moneyline

+135

Run Line

+1.5

Total

U 7.5

Sun, June 26 2022, 11:08 PM

ATL Braves

Moneyline

-104

Run Line

+1.5

Total

O 8.5

LA Dodgers

Moneyline

-114

Run Line

-1.5

Total

U 8.5

American League 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 10:59 PM

New York Yankees

+200

Houston Astros

+285

Toronto Blue Jays

+500

Chicago White Sox

+1000

Tampa Bay Rays

+1100

Boston Red Sox

+1700

Minnesota Twins

+1700

Cleveland Guardians

+3000

Los Angeles Angels

+3000

Seattle Mariners

+5500

National League 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 10:59 PM

Los Angeles Dodgers

+220

New York Mets

+370

Atlanta Braves

+600

San Diego Padres

+625

Milwaukee Brewers

+800

St. Louis Cardinals

+1000

San Francisco Giants

+1500

Philadelphia Phillies

+1800

Miami Marlins

+9000

Arizona Diamondbacks

+50000

American League West 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 11:00 PM

Houston Astros

-3335

Los Angeles Angels

+2000

Seattle Mariners

+3000

Texas Rangers

+6500

Oakland Athletics

+100000

American League Central 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 11:00 PM

Chicago White Sox

+150

Minnesota Twins

+150

Cleveland Guardians

+220

Detroit Tigers

+20000

Kansas City Royals

+50000

American League East 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 11:00 PM

New York Yankees

-1430

Toronto Blue Jays

+1000

Tampa Bay Rays

+3500

Boston Red Sox

+4000

Baltimore Orioles

+100000

National League Central 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 11:00 PM

Milwaukee Brewers

-175

St. Louis Cardinals

+125

Chicago Cubs

+20000

Pittsburgh Pirates

+30000

Cincinnati Reds

+50000

National League East 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 11:00 PM

New York Mets

-200

Atlanta Braves

+175

Philadelphia Phillies

+1500

Miami Marlins

+10000

Washington Nationals

+50000

National League West 2022

Thu, September 29 2022, 11:00 PM

Los Angeles Dodgers

-265

San Diego Padres

+270

San Francisco Giants

+800

Arizona Diamondbacks

+75000

Colorado Rockies

+85000

World Series 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 10:58 PM

Los Angeles Dodgers

+400

New York Yankees

+400

Houston Astros

+650

New York Mets

+750

Toronto Blue Jays

+1100

San Diego Padres

+1200

Atlanta Braves

+1400

Milwaukee Brewers

+1500

Chicago White Sox

+2200

Tampa Bay Rays

+2500

American League MVP 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 11:05 PM

Judge, Aaron

+105

Ohtani, Shohei

+350

Trout, Mike

+500

Ramirez, Jose

+850

Devers, Rafael

+1500

Álvarez, Yordan

+1500

Guerrero Jr, Vladimir

+3300

Buxton, Byron

+7000

Stanton, Giancarlo

+8000

Robert, Luis

+9000

National League MVP 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 11:05 PM

Goldschmidt, Paul

+170

Machado, Manny

+400

Alonso, Pete

+550

Betts, Mookie

+1200

Acuna Jr, Ronald

+1500

Turner, Trea

+2000

Freeman, Freddie

+3200

Soto, Juan

+3500

Lindor, Francisco

+3500

Arenado, Nolan

+4000

American League CY Young Award 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 11:05 PM

Verlander, Justin

+300

McClanahan, Shane

+375

Manoah, Alek

+700

Cole, Gerrit

+800

Cortes, Nestor

+1400

Gausman, Kevin

+1700

Bieber, Shane

+2000

Cease, Dylan

+2000

Ohtani, Shohei

+2500

Gilbert, Logan

+3200

National League CY Young Award 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 11:05 PM

Alcantara, Sandy

+250

Burnes, Corbin

+425

Musgrove, Joe

+450

Fried, Max

+1100

Wheeler, Zack

+1200

Gonsolin, Tony

+1500

Rodon, Carlos

+1800

Nola, Aaron

+2200

Wright, Kyle

+3500

Lopez, Pablo

+4000

American League Rookie of the Year 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 11:05 PM

Rodriguez, Julio

-118

Pena, Jeremy

+380

Witt Jr, Bobby

+550

Ryan, Joe

+2500

Rutschman, Adley

+3500

Burger, Jake

+4000

Greene, Riley

+4000

Torkelson, Spencer

+4000

Detmers, Reid

+5000

Melendez, M. J.

+5000

National League Rookie of the Year 2022

Fri, September 30 2022, 11:05 PM

Cruz, Oneil

+450

Gore, MacKenzie

+450

Gorman, Nolan

+500

Harris II, Michael

+500

Strider, Spencer

+800

Suzuki, Seiya

+1500

Suwinski, Jack

+2000

Donovan, Brendan

+2000

Thomas, Alek

+2500

Yepez, Juan

+3200

MLB Odds & Betting Lines

Forget everything you’ve heard about baseball no longer being America’s national pastime. 110 million Americans filed into Major League and Minor League stadiums from coast to coast in 2019, and nearly 170 million Americans identify as MLB fans.

Baseball’s tremendous rise in popularity has resulted in more people betting on the "old ball game" than ever before. $1 billion was wagered on baseball at Nevada's regulated sportsbooks in 2016, and that number is expected to grow by leaps and bounds as legal sportsbooks like TwinSpires Sports join the party with a selection of competitive odds and MLB betting lines.

Are you ready to get started? This brief guide will teach you how to interpret baseball odds, how baseball odds work, and what factors to consider before betting on your favorite MLB teams and players.

How to read baseball odds​

To better understand baseball odds let’s take a look at an example from a regular season MLB game.

Team/PitcherRun LineMoneylineTotal
BOS (E. Rodriguez)
+1.5
+110
O 7
NYY (G. Cole)
-1.5
-125
U 7

The first column features the two teams along with the starting pitcher for each club. The Boston Red Sox are sending their top pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez to the mound, while the New York Yankees are countering with their ace, Gerrit Cole. The home team always appears on the bottom, which is why the Yankees are beneath the Red Sox.

The second column is the run line, the third column is the moneyline, and the fourth column is the total. We’ll examine each of these baseball bet types in far greater detail in the sections below.

MLB run line

The run line is baseball’s version of the point spread and is always listed as 1.5 runs. The team that is expected to win (the favorite) is listed at -1.5 runs, while the team that is expected to lose (the underdog) is listed at +1.5 runs.

Using the example above, if you were to bet on the Yankees run line, New York would need to beat Boston by two runs or more for you to win your wager. Conversely, if you were to bet on the Red Sox run line, Boston would need to beat New York outright or lose by just one run for you to win your wager.

MLB moneyline odds​

The moneyline is a three-digit number which indicates which team is most likely to win. In our example, the Red Sox are the underdogs and are expected to lose, which is why they have been assigned positive odds. The Yankees are the favorites and are expected to win, which is why they have been assigned negative odds. All you have to do to win an MLB moneyline bet is correctly identify which team will win the game.

The positive and negative numbers indicate how much money you must bet in order to win $100. For instance, if you were to bet $100 on the Red Sox and they won, you would win $110. On the other hand, you would need to bet $125 on the Yankees just to make $100, since they are expected to win the game.

Total or Over/Under​

The total, as the name suggests, is the projected number of total runs the two teams will combine to score. If you think the Red Sox and Yankees will combine to score over seven runs then you should select O 7. The "O" in this case stands for Over. If, however, you think Boston and New York will combine to score fewer than seven runs, you should select U 7. The "U" in this case stands for Under.

You can bet on the run line, moneyline, and total in tandem, or you can bet on just one component. The choice is yours.

Tips on how to win baseball odds​

Making winning wagers on baseball is easy, if you do your homework. Before laying down money on an MLB game, take a moment to examine both teams’ records and recent performance. Is one team’s winning percentage significantly higher than the other? Has one club been red hot over its past 10 games while the other has struggled? How have these two teams fared against one another during their previous dust-ups? The best indicator of future performance is always past performance, so be sure to pore over those stats and standings carefully.

Pitching is paramount

As important as team success is, baseball really comes down to pitching performance. Examine the pitching matchups for both teams and dig deep into each hurler’s numbers. How have they fared over their past five outings? How do their performances vary at home and on the road? What do their "Batter vs. Pitcher" metrics tell you about how they’ve done historically against the lineups they’re about to face?

Pay attention to environmental factors

Finally, you may want to consider weather. Balls travel further on warm, humid days than on cold, overcast days. Wind speed and direction can also be extremely useful factors when trying to predict the total score.

Study your stats

It’s a lot to take in, but the good news is that baseball has a stat for literally everything. If you want to find out Mike Trout’s batting average against left-handed pitchers on three days rest in domed stadiums on Tuesday afternoons, we guarantee you can find it.

MLB future odds

Futures are events that may - or may not - happen at a later date. TwinSpires Sports offers a wide arrange of MLB future odds during the season for divisional and pennant races for both leagues. We also offer enticing MLB postseason odds for the American League and National League Division Series, the American League and National League Championship Series and the World Series.

Do you prefer to wager on MLB player odds? TwinSpires Sports has you covered with odds for season-long award races in both leagues for the Cy Young Award, the Rookie of the Year Award, and the MVP Award. All MLB odds are updated throughout the season to reflect hot streaks, cold stretches, injuries, and transactions.

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