2016 MLB Odds To Win The League Pennants
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It is a little early in the winter to predict who will win each League right now, but what we are looking for is value.
In the ‘Junior Circuit’, I hate every odd on the board except for the Minnesota Twins at +1500 and the Rays at +2000.
If you like a team and just have to bet some cabbage down – simply pick any team in the AL to win the World Series, and then if they win the American League Pennant, use the National League team as a hedge bet.
The same theory can be applied to the National League flock of teams. All of them are better to bet to just win the Fall Classic.
The only odd I found worth while was the Miami Marlins at +2000. If the Mets and Nationals have so/so winters, and then drastically underachieve in 2016, while Jose Fernandez win the NL Cy Young, and Giancarlo Stanton wins the NL MVP, Miami could conceivably challenge for the NL East Division.
The rest of the odds from this place are putrid for the League Pennant Winners. The worst odds on the board are the Dodgers at +250, and any of the clubs at +300. This includes the Blue Jays, Royals, Mets, Cubs and Nats. Stay clear from these especially.
Odds courtesy of vegasodds.com
Odds To Win The American League in 2016
Toronto Blue Jays +300
Kansas City Royals +300
Houston Astros +400
Texas Rangers +550
NY Yankees +550
Boston Red Sox +550
LA Angels +600
Seattle Mariners + 800
Detroit Tigers +900
Cleveland Indians +900
Baltimore Orioles +1000
Minnesota Twins +1500
Chicago White Sox +1500
Tampa Bay Rays +2000
Oakland A’s +2000
Odds To Win The National League in 2016
Los Angeles Dodgers +250
Chicago Cubs +300
NY Mets +300
Washington Nationals +300
St. Louis Cardinals +450
Pittsburgh Pirates +500
SF Giants +800
San Diego Padres +1500
Miami Marlins +2000
Cincinnati Reds +2500
Milwaukee Brewers +3000
Arizona D’Backs +3000
Atlanta Braves +4000
Colorado Rockies +5500
Philadelphia Phillies +9500
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Posted on November 18, 2015, in gambling 101 and tagged al central, AL East, AL West, All 30 MLB Teams, American league, arizona diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, baltimore orioles, boston red sox, chicago cubs, chicago white sox, cincinnati reds, cleveland indians, colorado rockies, detroit tigers, giancarlo stanton, houston astros, jose fernandez, kansas city royals, la angels, la dodgers, miami marlins, milwaukee brewers, minnesota twins, national league, new york mets, new york yankees, NL Central, NL east, nl west, oakland athletics, philadelphia phillies, pittsburgh pirates, san diego padres, san francisco giants, seattle mariners, st louis cardinals, tampa bay rays, texas rangers, toronto blue jays, washington nationals. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.