With the MLB Wild Card Round getting underway on Tuesday (Oct. 1), we look at the updated 2019 World Series odds and go over all the playoff matchups in the American and National Leagues. Get expert betting analysis of the 2019 postseason field.
The 2019 Major League Baseball playoffs are almost set. Get the updated odds to win both the AL and NL Pennants, with break downs of the Braves, Cardinals, Dodgers, Nationals, Yankees and Astros.
With the 2019 regular season winding down, we look at the latest World Series odds and determine whose pitching staffs are best positioned to cool down baseball’s hot bats.
Who’s going to win the Central Division in the American and National League? We look at the Indians and Twins in the AL and Cardinals, Cubs and Brewers in the NL, finding the best value bet based on the current odds as of mid-August.
Heading into the final quarter of the Major League Baseball season, we look at the favorites in the American League and National League pennant races. Do teams like the Indians, Nationals, and Mets offer value to MLB bettors as the stretch drive approaches?
Following the MLB Trade Deadline, we look at the clubs (Astros, Braves, Indians) that improved their 2019 World Series odds by making a crafty deadline deal. Which teams are good value given the new additions and the new futures market?
We examine whose odds are surging and falling before the July 31 Major League Baseball trade deadline, looking at the Cubs, Indians, Rays, and, of course, the Yankees. Which team is the best value bet to win the 2019 World Series?
At the 2019 MLB season’s midway point, we check the odds on the Cy Young and MVP favorites in both the American and National League. Who are the top contenders in the odds to win baseball’s most prestigious awards?
Before sitting down to watch guys sock dingers at Jacobs Field on Monday night, let’s take a look at Bovada’s odds to see if we can find any strong World Series bets with half the season still to play.
Given the Astros and Dodgers lead their respective leagues with identical 48-24 records, it’s no surprise the two clubs are the co-favorites to win the World Series. With about three weeks until the All-Star break, let’s use Bovada’s odds to examine some other championship contenders.