Current Odds To Win Each MLB Division 2014
By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): Follow @chuckbooth3024
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The season is upon us this weekend for real.
The LA Dodgers have a chance to do some serious damage with the North America Opener versus the San Diego Padres, as part of a 3 game series.
If they win 2 out of 3 in that set, this will go a long way in burying the San Diego team early.
In the NL West, since LA is 2 – 0 already, the Rockies are now paying 20 – 1 odds to win the Division.
While I am not saying this will happen, the value is there.
Also I can’t believe how the injuries have not effected the odds on the Tigers.
When you factor in the White Sox, Twins and Indians could have sub-par years, the Royals may be able to get fat on the other clubs.
The Angels have been given a consistent odd of +200 to win the AL West, and are tied with the A’s for the mark.
The Rangers are the Divisional leaders are +175 for the title.
Texas is starting Tanner Scheppers in their opener. Stay away from wagering on the Division
Tampa Bay at +250 is still a good team to throw some sheckles down on.
Odds To Win The 2014 Divisions
Boston Red Sox +190
NY Yankees +240
Tampa Bay Rays +250
Toronto Blue Jays +750
Baltimore Orioles +750
Detroit Tigers -275
Kansas City Royals +450
Cleveland Indians +600
Chicago White Sox +1500
Minnesota Twins +3500
Texas Rangers +175
Oakland Athletics +200
LA Angels +200
Seattle Mariners +800
Houston Astros +12500
Washington Nationals -140
Atlanta Braves +140
Philadelphia Phillies +1100
NY Mets +2500
Miami Marlins +4000
St. Louis Cardinals -175
Cincinnati Reds +350
Pittsburgh Pirates +400
Milwaukee Brewers +1500
Chicago Cubs +3500
LA Dodgers -290
SF Giants +400
Arizona D’backs +900
San Diego Padres +1700
Colorado Rockies +2000
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Posted on March 28, 2014, in gambling 101 and tagged @MLBreports on twitter, al central, AL East, AL West, alex gordon, All 30 MLB Teams, American league, aramis ramirez, arizona diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, baltimore orioles, billy butler, boston red sox, bruce rondon, chicago cubs, chicago white sox, Chuck Booth, cincinnati reds, cleveland indians, colorado rockies, Danny Duffy, detroit tigers, freddie freeman, hisashi iwakuma, houston astros, Jose Iglesias, julio teharan, justin masterson, kansas city royals, la angels, la dodgers, miami marlins, mike moustakas, milwaukee brewers, minnesota twins, national league, nelson cruz, new york mets, new york yankees, NL Central, NL east, nl west, oakland athletics, odds to win the 2014 MLB World Series, paul goldschmidt, philadelphia phillies, pittsburgh pirates, ryan braun, san diego padres, san francisco giants, seattle mariners, st louis cardinals, tampa bay rays, tanner scheppers, texas rangers, toronto blue jays, washington nationals, www.bet365.com, Yordano Ventura. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.