The Boston Red Sox won the 2018 World Series after one heck of a season. The playoff run was amazing as they basically beat the other two best teams in the American League (Yankees then Astros) and then beat the Dodgers who were the most talented team in the National League. It was a dominating season and they were fully deserving of the championship, but that was then. The 2018 season is over and while it’s pretty early to do so, the 2019 World Series odds are now out so let’s take a look. Read More
The National League Cy Young race has been mostly dominated by two men over the past seven years: Clayton Kershaw and Max Scherzer. Kershaw has won three of those awards while Scherzer has won two (and an AL Cy Young). Unsurprisingly, these two are the favorites in 2017 to win the award.
Kershaw is the favorite at +175 and why not? This guy is the best pitcher in baseball and if he stays healthy for the full season, he’s probably going to win it Of course, as he gets older and the Dodgers get more creative with the disabled list, that is less and less likely. The past two seasons have seen him held to 149 and 175 innings. If he gets over 200, he should be winning it. That just doesn’t seem like as much of a lock as it once was. That said, you would not be wrong to bet on him here.
Scherzer has been amazing over the past five seasons. Three Cy Young awards, all five seasons over 200 innings, all five seasons over 240 strikeouts and a WHIP below 1.0 in four of the past five seasons. If it wasn’t for Clayton Kershaw, he would be getting a lot more attention as the best pitcher of his generation. You would not be wrong to bet on him here.
Max Scherzer’s teammate Stephen Strasburg is an interesting play at +1500 as it’s a pure health play. If this guy gets over 200 innings, he’s one of the best pitchers on the planet. Unfortunately, he’s only done that once in the past six seasons. Some guys are just injury prone. That seems like Strasburg.
Noah Syndergaard only made seven starts last season, so why is he +650? That is a serious red flag. He’s only entering his age-25 season and if healthy he could lead the league in strikeouts, but that’s a big if. Another health play.
My favorite sleeper is probably Carlos Martinez at +1800. Entering his age-26 season this guy seems poised for a breakout. His strikeouts made a big jump last year while his WHIP dropped. The Cardinals will lean on him heavily and if that defense is improved, he could see his ERA drop a bit too. This seems like a right guy, right time type of situation.
Finally, my deep sleeper is Jake Arrieta at +5000. This guy won the award three seasons ago! While his numbers have dropped across the board, I could see the change of scenery doing him some favors. Philly isn’t a great pitcher’s park, but he’ll be needed to lead that staff and maybe he’ll come up with a great season. The mental aspect of not being playing for a contract and thinking about your future has to affect him in some way this season. Maybe he’ll go nuts?
Probably not though, this is Kershaw or Scherzer’s year.
Complete odds are below.
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2018 National League Cy Young Award Winner Betting Odds
With the season starting up soon, we thought it was time to take a look at the American League Cy Young award winner odds. The American League winner is extremely hard to predict as last year’s winner Corey Kluber was the first two-time winner this award has seen since Pedro Martinez in 1999-2000. Sixteen winners in seventeen years is the definition of parity and picking this year’s winner is no easier than picking the World Series winner.
Of course, that’s why these always have such great odds. Corey Kluber is +250 to repeat this award, Chris Sale (who looked to have this thing locked up in July) is +225. Those are the only two “bad” odds on the board. Everyone else is +600 or better. That’s a good thing in that picking a winner can be very profitable, but also a bad thing in that picking a winner is really hard.
My favorite pick on a pure value basis is James Paxton at +1500. This guy was 12-5 with a 2.96 ERA last season with 156 strikeouts in 136 innings. He would’ve definitely been in the conversation for the award last year if it wasn’t for injury. If this guy can put up this kind of numbers over 200 innings, he would be a top vote getter in the award for sure. If the Mariners have any hope of competing in 2018, they’ll need him to.
Another sleeper pick I like is Jose Berrios at +2500. This guy put up a 3.89 ERA as a 24 year old last season and is only expected to get better. He’s the best pitcher on a young team that has the offense to get him a lot of wins this year. The big issue with him is the walks. He had a 2.8 walks per nine last year which needs to come down for him to compete for this. If he can bring those down, I think he could do something special this year. A big if, but at +2500 what do you expect? The odds are the odds for a reason.
If we’re being honest though, this is a two-man race. If you like Chris Sale, go with Chris Sale. If you like Corey Kluber, go with him. The only other move I could see here is hedging that Kluber bet with Carlos Carrasco. The AL Central is pretty bad this year so those two should have some great games against the Royals and White Sox to really pad the stats. Sometimes, that’s all it takes.
2018 American League Cy Young Award Winner Betting Odds
|Lance McCullers Jr||+7000|
We covered the National League MVP odds earlier, now it’s time to cover the American League MVP. This award was won by Jose Altuve last year who has some stiff competition this year with the National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton moving to the AL as well as the always amazing Mike Trout.
There are a lot of options for this award this year. The Yankees have three guys I could see winning it, the Astros also have three, there are Indians and Red Sox, as well as the best player in baseball, Mike Trout. This award is wide open this year.
Let’s take a look at the complete odds from 5Dimes sportsbook.
|American League MVP Odds|
Mike Trout at even money is probably the smart bet, but what’s the point with those odds? He’s the man, but he’s not invincible. His team isn’t guaranteed to be good this year and he did miss time with injury last season. I love Mike Trout, he is the best player in baseball, but I am skipping this bet.
The odds on Jose Altuve to repeat are nice, but I am more interested in his teammate Carlos Correa at +1200. The former #1 overall pick has been teasing us for years with a breakout and he’s still only 23. I think he would’ve won last year’s award if he would’ve played the whole season and not been injured. He was worth 6.3 WAR in only 109 games last year. A full season wins this award for him.
For the trio of Yankees, give me Gary Sanchez at +3000. There could be a sophomore swoon for Judge and while Stanton definitely has the power, he’s never done it at this level two years in a row. I think he has 40ish homeruns and .900 OPS this year.
Another nice pick is JD Martinez at +2000 for the Red Sox. If you put his 2017 season on one team, that is a MVP caliber season. He should benefit from playing DH every day and he’ll have the opportunity for some big numbers with the Red Sox. Not a bad value.
It’s not a good bet, but my favorite DEEP sleeper is Byron Buxton. He’s an all-world defensive player and last year during the second half he put up a .347/.546/.893 line with 13 steals and 11 homeruns. That’s Mike Trout-esque. If he could somehow, some way do that for an entire season he would be a surefire MVP candidate and the Twins might be looking at another playoff berth.
The season is getting close and I can’t wait to see what these guys do. We’re several months away, but just talking about this stuff gets me hyped for the season.
Last season’s National League MVP now plays for the Yankees so this year’s race feels pretty wide open. The contenders are obvious as the top three teams in the National League are far better than the rest of the league. That doesn’t mean that someone from there will, it just makes it more likely.
The preseason MLB MVP futures are up at 5Dimes and today we’re taking a look at them. Let’s take a look at who they think the favorites are.
|National League MVP Odds|
The favorites are Bryce Harper and Kris Bryant because of course they are. These are two of the best hitters in the game right now and their teams should almost definitely be in the playoffs this season.
For Bryant, while Anthony Rizzo is quite good he’s not quite that elite level that Bryant is. Plus, it feels like there is still a chance that he could level up and put up an outstanding season. He’s still young and the Cubs are here to stay.
Harper is Harper. He might never touch that magical 2015 season that he had, but he’s never going to bad and he’s going to be the best hitter on the Nationals. A team that should easily win the National League East. They are going to win 90+ games, he’s going to hit 30+ homeruns and he’ll get consideration.
I’m a bit more interested in the Dodgers’ hitters Corey Seager (+1800) and Cody Bellinger (+800). This is likely to be one of the best teams in the NL and there offense is more good across the board than great. That makes Seager and Bellinger likely to stand out. They are both still young with room for improvement. Either one of them is a good value, in my opinion.
For a sleeper, how about Christian Yelich? He’s going to see a huge boost to his stats from moving from Miami’s cavernous park to the Brewers homer friendly park. He’s been worth 4.5 WAR in each of the past two seasons and at only 26 he could make a leap this year.
The only other guy I’d consider here is probably Joey Votto at +800. He’s the best hitter in the NL, he just is. He always is near the top of every leader board, but his team is bad and it’s never quite enough to overcome it. He had a good argument last year, but Stanton’s huge homer numbers outshone him. Well, Stanton’s gone now. Why not Votto?
We now have betting odds on who will hit the most homeruns in 2018 thank to our friends at 5Dimes. Last year was quite a race up until the point that Giancarlo Stanton went crazy and got to 59 bombs. Stanton was the favorite in last year‘s odds and he is the favorite here again.
It’s easy to see why. The move to New York should mean that homeruns will be a bit easier to come by thanks to the short fences in the corners. He’ll have competition, as he did last year, from teammate Aaron Judge who hit 52 last year. That team is going to hit a lot of homeruns and it’s not going to be fair.
Let’s take a look at the Steamer projections for 2018 and compare them to the odds.
Based on just how big of a favorite he is by projections, +500 is actually a pretty great value for Stanton. Of course, injuries are always a concern when it comes to him and teams are going to choose on a nightly basis to not pitch to him and take their chances with Judge (or Greg Bird).
One player I think is being hugely underrated is JD Martinez. He hit 45 homers in just 119 games last season. He only hit 22 in 2016, but that was an injury plagued year for him. He also hit 38 in 120 games in 2015. If we can ever get a full season out of him, he could post some big numbers. Of course, he’s still a free agent as of this writing so his home park could play a big factor in where he ultimately ends up.
There is also something about Mike Trout that is really appealing to me. He’s never had more than 41 in a season, but the potential is certainly there. He just needs to get pitched to. Many think that Shohei Otani could help with that. A better offense should help with that as well as Justin Upton, Kole Calhoun, Ian Kinsler and Zack Cozart should make for a much more dangerous lineup than last year’s abomination.
Looking for a deep sleeper? Check out Matt Olson. He hit 24 homeruns in 59 games last season and showed elite power. He had 47 combined between Triple A and the majors while only playing 138 games. Ignoring a possible second season slump, he should continue launching them for this Oakland team that will give him all the at-bats he can handle.
Full odds are below:
While the odds to make the NLCS seem like a three-team race, the American League is a bit more tight. Yes, you have the defending World Champion Astros and the super powered Yankees, but there isn’t as big of a drop-off between the haves and have nots than in the National League.
The Astros would probably be the favorite here. They took a team that won the World Series behind an outstanding offense of Carlos Correa, Jose Altuve and George Springer, and made the pitching better. The rotation was already pretty elite with Justin Verlander, Dallas Keuchel and Lance McCullers Jr, but they decided they needed to add Gerrit Cole to the mix. That’s a scary team and hard to imagine them not getting back here.
I love the Astros here, but let’s take a look at the complete odds from 5Dimes.
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|New York Yankees||+180|
|Boston Red Sox||+265|
|Los Angeles Angels||+485|
|Toronto Blue Jays||+520|
|Tampa Bay Rays||+1450|
|Chicago White Sox||+1700|
|Kansas City Royals||+3000|
The problem with betting that team is that there is a very good chance they are going to face the Indians, Red Sox or Yankees in the first round. The American League is a blood bath and all of those teams can beat each other in a five game series. The sample size is just too small and that’s before you get into the upstart teams like the Angels with Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani.
The Yankees can bash there way past anyone. Gary Sanchez, Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge is the scariest trio of hitters we’ve seen in baseball in a long, long time. That’s not even considering guys like Greg Bird, Clint Frazier and Didi Gregorious who are their own kind of scary. The bullpen is nearly just as frightening and it’s easy to see why they have the same odds as the World Champs.
The Red Sox could beat any of them in a five game series too. Two starts from Chris Sale then David Price and Rick Porcello with Craig Kimbrel closing things out. That’s tough stuff. Nobody wants to face them.
Or the Indians. We always forget the Indians, but they are amazing. Corey Kluber is one of the best starters in the game and Carlos Carrasco is right there behind him. The Andrew Miler led bullpen dominated the postseason in 2016 and could do so again.
The American League is no joke and any of these teams can beat the other on the right night. Of the group, I think the best value is the Indians +225 as the AL Central is the easiest division so they could draw the Wild Card in round one. While that could be the loser of the Red Sox/Yankees, it’s possible it could be a lesser AL team.
New York and Houston are probably the smart plays here though. Those teams are just so stacked with the farm systems to improve if needed.
This is a new one for me. I’ve been following betting futures for most of my adult life and I don’t think that I’ve ever seen odds on simply making it to the NLCS. Winning it, sure. Winning the division, of course. But simply making it to the final round in the National League? That’s a new one.
Well, 5Dimes has odds on them this year and they are pretty interesting to take a look at. There is one team that looks like free money to me. Here’s a complete look at those odds as they stand right now.
|Reach NL Championship Series Odds|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||+165|
|St. Louis Cardinals||+400|
|San Francisco Giants||+440|
|New York Mets||+470|
|San Diego Padres||+1400|
That free money team is, obviously, the Dodgers. This team is just so rich, so deep and so stacked that it’s hard to imagine them not making it until at least the second round of the playoffs. Based on the way the rest of the NL West looks they are a huge favorite to once again win that division and thus don’t have to worry about the Wild Card game.
They have young MVP candidates in Corey Seager and Cody Bellinger, one of the most underrated hitters in the NL in Justin Turner, Clayton Kershaw leads the rotation and a strong bullpen led by Kenley Jansen. There is always someone on the cusp in the minors for this team for a call-up or a trade at the deadline. They are all-in, every single year and to get positive odds on them making the second round of the playoffs feels like a gift.
Who they will play seems like a bit more of a gamble. The Cubs and Nationals are the favorites, but there are some sleepers within. Did the Giants do enough in the offseason to get back in the mix? A healthy Madison Bumgarner, Evan Longoria, Buster Posey and Andrew McCutchen doesn’t lack in star power, that’s for sure. Whether they equal a playoff team is another question. The Brewers nearly made the playoffs last year and then went out and added Christian Yelich and Lorenzo Cain. Will it be enough? Will they have enough pitching without Jimmy Nelson for the first part of the year? Do the Rockies have a chance after adding nearly every available bullpen arm in the offseason?
The Cubs or Nationals feel like the secondary play here and that’s kind of sad, but baseball always manages to surprise us. You never know who is going to get injured or who is going to break out. Who knows maybe Jake Arrieta will lead the Phillies to the National League East crown. Crazier things have happened.
The 2018 MLB Win Totals have been posted by 5Dimes and they are pretty interesting.
The thing that stands out to me is how high some of these numbers are. The Astros at 97.5, the Cubs at 93.5, the Indians at 94.5, the Dodgers at 96.5, the Nationals at 92.5 and the Yankees at 94.5. This are some crazy high win totals and it just shows how top heavy the league right now. The Red Sox at 90.5 are the seventh best total in the league. That’s insane.
The top heavy AL leaves room for just one Wild Card team to come from the Mariners, Angels, Rangers, Twins, Rays and Blue Jays. That spot is, hypothetically, against the loser of the Red Sox and Yankees AL East battle. That doesn’t seem like much of a reward and you have to wonder if some of these teams will call it quits midway through the season.
Oakland is a sleeper over team for me as well. They always have young pitching in that organization and the offense really exploded last season after adding Matt Olson and Matt Chapman to the lineup.
The NL is slightly better with just the Cubs, Nationals and Dodgers seemingly set in stone. The Brewers, Rockies, Diamondbacks, Cardinals, Mets and Giants should all be good this year and battle for those Wild Card spots.
Complete win totals for the 2018 season are below:
|Arizona Diamondbacks – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|ARI regular season wins over 85½||+100|
|ARI regular season wins under 85½||-120|
|Atlanta Braves – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|ATL regular season wins over 74½||-140|
|ATL regular season wins under 74½||+120|
|Baltimore Orioles – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|BAL regular season wins over 72½||-110|
|BAL regular season wins under 72½||-110|
|Boston Red Sox – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|BOS regular season wins over 90½||-155|
|BOS regular season wins under 90½||+135|
|Chicago Cubs – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|CUB regular season wins over 93½||+100|
|CUB regular season wins under 93½||-120|
|Chicago White Sox – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|CWS regular season wins over 67½||-135|
|CWS regular season wins under 67½||+115|
|Cincinnati Reds – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|CIN regular season wins over 73½||-140|
|CIN regular season wins under 73½||+120|
|Cleveland Indians – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|CLE regular season wins over 94½||-120|
|CLE regular season wins under 94½||+100|
|Colorado Rockies – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|COL regular season wins over 82½||+120|
|COL regular season wins under 82½||-140|
|Detroit Tigers – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|DET regular season wins over 67½||+110|
|DET regular season wins under 67½||-130|
|Houston Astros – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|HOU regular season wins over 97½||-105|
|HOU regular season wins under 97½||-115|
|Kansas City Royals – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|KAN regular season wins over 71½||+100|
|KAN regular season wins under 71½||-120|
|Los Angeles Angels – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|LAA regular season wins over 84½||-120|
|LAA regular season wins under 84½||+100|
|Los Angeles Dodgers – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|LOS regular season wins over 96½||-130|
|LOS regular season wins under 96½||+110|
|Miami Marlins – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|MIA regular season wins over 64½||-105|
|MIA regular season wins under 64½||-115|
|Milwaukee Brewers – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|MIL regular season wins over 84½||-105|
|MIL regular season wins under 84½||-115|
|Minnesota Twins – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|MIN regular season wins over 83||-110|
|MIN regular season wins under 83||-110|
|New York Mets – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|NYM regular season wins over 81||-130|
|NYM regular season wins under 81||+110|
|New York Yankees – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|NYY regular season wins over 94½||-120|
|NYY regular season wins under 94½||+100|
|Oakland Athletics – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|OAK regular season wins over 74½||-115|
|OAK regular season wins under 74½||-105|
|Philadelphia Phillies – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|PHI regular season wins over 76½||-115|
|PHI regular season wins under 76½||-105|
|Pittsburgh Pirates – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|PIT regular season wins over 73½||+110|
|PIT regular season wins under 73½||-130|
|San Diego Padres – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|SDG regular season wins over 71½||+100|
|SDG regular season wins under 71½||-120|
|San Francisco Giants – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|SFO regular season wins over 84½||+105|
|SFO regular season wins under 84½||-125|
|Seattle Mariners – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|SEA regular season wins over 81½||-115|
|SEA regular season wins under 81½||-105|
|St. Louis Cardinals – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|STL regular season wins over 85½||-125|
|STL regular season wins under 85½||+105|
|Tampa Bay Rays – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|TAM regular season wins over 77½||+125|
|TAM regular season wins under 77½||-145|
|Texas Rangers – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|TEX regular season wins over 77½||+110|
|TEX regular season wins under 77½||-130|
|Toronto Blue Jays – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|TOR regular season wins over 81½||-105|
|TOR regular season wins under 81½||-115|
|Washington Nationals – MLB Regular Season Wins|
|WAS regular season wins over 92½||-135|
|WAS regular season wins under 92½||+115|
Spring training is right around the corner and while there are still a lot of high profile free agents out there, the favorites are unlikely to change too much. Teams like the Yankees, Dodgers, Astros and Indians have their rosters pretty much set and have been favorites since the offseason began. These are deep teams with tons of talent so their place at the top makes a lot of sense.
The favorite is the New York Yankees. Adding the NL MVP in Giancarlo Stanton to the AL Rookie of the Year Aaron Judge could be good for 100 homeruns right there. Throw in the awesome bullpen, the solid rotation led by Luis Severino, a revitalized Greg Bird and a deep farm system, it’s easy to see why the Yankees are so beloved. They scored a ton of runs last season and could score even more this year.
The Dodgers are next at +550. This was a near historically great team last season that went to the seventh game of the World Series. They still have the deep farm system, they still have Cody Bellinger, they still have Corey Seager and the best pitcher on the planet in Clayton Kershaw. This team is set to be in contention for a long time and they are a great bet to win this whole thing every year.
Surprisingly, it’s the defending champions who come in at third. Houston at +650 is pretty good odds for a defending champion. We’ve seen how hard it is to repeat, but the Astros aren’t resting on their laurels. They added Gerrit Cole to the rotation which gives them a really strong five-man unit and their offense should be just as great as last year. Jose Altuve is the leader, but this could be the year that George Springer and/or Carlos Carrera overtake him. They certainly have the talent to do so.
The Indians and Nationals both come in at +800. These are interesting plays for very different reasons.
The Indians are still the best team in the NL Central by a longshot and should easily have a top-2 seed in the playoffs. The rotation is awesome and the bullpen is awesome. A healthy year and this team could return to the World Series easily.
For Washington, this could be the end of an era. Bryce Harper is a free agent after this season and this feels like the end of an era for this team. A lot of their stars are getting older and this definitely feels like an “all-in” kind of season for them.
Complete odds are below.
|MLB World Series|
|New York Yankees||+450|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||+550|
|Boston Red Sox||+1450|
|St. Louis Cardinals||+2000|
|Los Angeles Angels||+2800|
|New York Mets||+2800|
|San Francisco Giants||+3250|
|Toronto Blue Jays||+6000|
|Tampa Bay Rays||+10000|
|Kansas City Royals||+15000|
|Chicago White Sox||+20000|
|San Diego Padres||+20000|
For those interested, here are the odds on exact World Series match-ups.
|2018 MLB World Series match-up odds|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs New York Yankees||+1260|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Houston Astros||+1295|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Cleveland Indians||+1525|
|Washington Nationals vs New York Yankees||+1785|
|Washington Nationals vs Houston Astros||+1830|
|Chicago Cubs vs New York Yankees||+1970|
|Chicago Cubs vs Houston Astros||+2020|
|Washington Nationals vs Cleveland Indians||+2150|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Boston Red Sox||+2360|
|Chicago Cubs vs Cleveland Indians||+2375|
|Washington Nationals vs Boston Red Sox||+3300|
|Chicago Cubs vs Boston Red Sox||+3650|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs New York Yankees||+4325|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Houston Astros||+4425|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Los Angeles Angels||+4450|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs New York Yankees||+4625|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Houston Astros||+4750|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Cleveland Indians||+5200|
|New York Mets vs Houston Astros||+5500|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Cleveland Indians||+5550|
|Washington Nationals vs Los Angeles Angels||+6200|
|New York Mets vs New York Yankees||+6250|
|Chicago Cubs vs Los Angeles Angels||+6850|
|New York Mets vs Cleveland Indians||+7500|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Minnesota Twins||+7700|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Seattle Mariners||+7700|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Toronto Blue Jays||+7700|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Boston Red Sox||+7900|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Boston Red Sox||+8500|
|San Francisco Giants vs New York Yankees||+8500|
|Colorado Rockies vs New York Yankees||+9300|
|Milwaukee Brewers vs New York Yankees||+9300|
|Colorado Rockies vs Houston Astros||+9500|
|Milwaukee Brewers vs Houston Astros||+9500|
|San Francisco Giants vs Houston Astros||+10500|
|Washington Nationals vs Minnesota Twins||+10800|
|Washington Nationals vs Seattle Mariners||+10800|
|Washington Nationals vs Toronto Blue Jays||+10800|
|Colorado Rockies vs Cleveland Indians||+11100|
|Milwaukee Brewers vs Cleveland Indians||+11100|
|New York Mets vs Boston Red Sox||+11500|
|Chicago Cubs vs Minnesota Twins||+11800|
|Chicago Cubs vs Seattle Mariners||+11800|
|Chicago Cubs vs Toronto Blue Jays||+11800|
|San Francisco Giants vs Cleveland Indians||+12300|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Tampa Bay Rays||+12400|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Los Angeles Angels||+14800|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Los Angeles Angels||+15900|
|Colorado Rockies vs Boston Red Sox||+17000|
|Milwaukee Brewers vs Boston Red Sox||+17000|
|Washington Nationals vs Tampa Bay Rays||+17200|
|Pittsburgh Pirates vs New York Yankees||+17600|
|Pittsburgh Pirates vs Houston Astros||+18000|
|San Francisco Giants vs Boston Red Sox||+18800|
|Chicago Cubs vs Tampa Bay Rays||+19000|
|Pittsburgh Pirates vs Cleveland Indians||+21000|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Baltimore Orioles||+21500|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Texas Rangers||+21500|
|New York Mets vs Los Angeles Angels||+21500|
|Philadelphia Phillies vs New York Yankees||+23000|
|Philadelphia Phillies vs Houston Astros||+23500|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Minnesota Twins||+25500|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Seattle Mariners||+25500|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Toronto Blue Jays||+25500|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Minnesota Twins||+27500|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Seattle Mariners||+27500|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Toronto Blue Jays||+27500|
|Colorado Rockies vs Los Angeles Angels||+27500|
|Philadelphia Phillies vs Cleveland Indians||+27500|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Chicago White Sox||+30000|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Kansas City Royals||+30000|
|Los Angeles Dodgers vs Oakland Athletics||+30000|
|Washington Nationals vs Baltimore Orioles||+30000|
|Washington Nationals vs Texas Rangers||+30000|
|Milwaukee Brewers vs Los Angeles Angels||+31500|
|Pittsburgh Pirates vs Boston Red Sox||+32000|
|Chicago Cubs vs Baltimore Orioles||+33000|
|Chicago Cubs vs Texas Rangers||+33000|
|Atlanta Braves vs New York Yankees||+33500|
|San Diego Padres vs New York Yankees||+33500|
|Atlanta Braves vs Houston Astros||+34000|
|San Diego Padres vs Houston Astros||+34000|
|San Francisco Giants vs Los Angeles Angels||+35000|
|New York Mets vs Minnesota Twins||+37000|
|New York Mets vs Seattle Mariners||+37000|
|New York Mets vs Toronto Blue Jays||+37000|
|Atlanta Braves vs Cleveland Indians||+40000|
|San Diego Padres vs Cleveland Indians||+40000|
|St. Louis Cardinals vs Tampa Bay Rays||+41000|
|Philadelphia Phillies vs Boston Red Sox||+42000|
|Washington Nationals vs Chicago White Sox||+42000|
|Washington Nationals vs Kansas City Royals||+42000|
|Washington Nationals vs Oakland Athletics||+42000|
|Arizona Diamondbacks vs Tampa Bay Rays||+44000|
|Chicago Cubs vs Chicago White Sox||+46000|
|Chicago Cubs vs Kansas City Royals||+46000|
|Chicago Cubs vs Oakland Athletics||+46000|
|Colorado Rockies vs Minnesota Twins||+55000|
|Colorado Rockies vs Seattle Mariners||+55000|
|Colorado Rockies vs Toronto Blue Jays||+55000|
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