Odds To Win The American And National League For 2016
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I love watching the odds fluctuate when deals are made in the Major Leagues. I often keep my mind on the European Oddsmakers. There is some hardcore nice value for your buck in betting some cash on the American and National League Pennant winners currently.
The Cubs should be the overall favorite to win both the National League and the World Series. At +450 this is a fantastic odd. I am not calling it a best bet of the week though.
I absolutely love the Boston Red Sox at +900 in the AL while I favor the Arizona Diamondbacks having a +2000 odd in the Senior Circuit.
I have seen the odds for both clubs to win almost parallel at other sites for just the World Series alone. Bet these totals all day long.
The other best odd I considered was the Tigers at +1500 for the AL Pennant. With the revamped Bullpen and addition of Jordan Zimmermann – this club will be a lot better in 2016. They also may add a player like Yoenis Cespedes – which would catapult them into the best team in the Division in my view. Sorry to the Royals.
The Rangers are still receiving too much love despite being the reigning AL West champs. I am not convinced they are better than the 2015 squad, and the Astros seem to be acquiring players all over to become better.
The +500 odd for the Blue Jays is an intriguing look at the favorite in the American League. This is a fair value odd. I am just not sure they are that much better than the Red Sox, and with Boston you have the value at +900.
I am not sure why this website also loves Cleveland so much. Again it is a far stretch to say they are favored much better than the Tigers in the AL Central.
Pittsburgh also has got to be thrown down for the odd they received here too. There is no way they should be tied with the Cardinals for an odd, and just +200 by the Chicago Cubs.
St. Louis can still rally with a Free Agent signing to join the atmosphere of the Cubs. Should they reply with a Johnny Cueto or Chris Davis signing, the NL Central would be within grasp again. The Cards are right about where they should be here.
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National League Pennant Odds
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Blue Line is a Good Odd
Washington Nationals +450
LA Dodgers +450
Chicago Cubs +450
New York Mets +450
Pittsburgh Pirates +650
SF Giants +650
St. Louis Cards +650
Arizona D’Backs +2000
Milwaukee Brewers +3000
San Diego Padres +3000
Miami Marlins +3000
Cincinnati Reds +3000
Atlanta Braves +5000
Colorado Rockies +10000
Philadelphia Phillies +15000
Toronto Blue Jays +500
Texas Rangers +600
Houston Astros +600
KC Royals +700
NY Yankees +800
Boston Red Sox +900
LA Angels +1000
Cleveland Indians +1000
Detroit Tigers +1500
Seattle Mariners +1500
Tampa Bay Rays +1700
Baltimore Orioles +2000
Minnesota Twins +2000
Chicago White Sox +2000
Oakland A’s +3000
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Posted on December 11, 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, chris davis, cincinnati reds, cleveland indians, colorado rockies, detroit tigers, houston astros, jason heyward, johnny cueto, 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, shelby miller, st louis cardinals, tampa bay rays, texas rangers, toronto blue jays, washington nationals, zack greinke. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.