MLB Betting Futures for 2016 Season

The start of the 2016 MLB regular season is one week away.

Sportsbook Review has compiled every MLB baseball prop betting market available from top sportsbooks including regular season win totals, Cy Young winner odds, and a large variety of outright betting markets including the World Series and pennant winners.

Below is a summary of the best current payoffs for some of the more popular baseball betting markets.

World Series Winner market
The Chicago Cubs are +550 to win the World Series, meaning that a $100 wager returns $550 in profit.

The New York Mets are on offer at +850 to win the World Series, as are the San Francisco Giants.

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Boston Red Sox are priced at +1000 and +1050 respectively.

Public darling New York Yankees are trading at +2150, meaning a $1,000 wager returns a considerable $21,500 in profit if the Bronx Bombers break the slump this year.

World Series: Exact Match Up
Bookmakers are taking bets on the exact two teams composing this year's World Series: the most likely fixture according to the oddsmakers is that the Chicago Cubs meet the Boston Red Sox, this occurrence is priced at +2315.

Cy Young Winner (American League)
Chris Sale of the Chicago White Sox and David Price of the Boston Red Sox are +250 and +300 for the AL respectively.

On the national league side, Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers is the odds on favorite at +145, with the next closest priced competitor in Jake Arrieta for the Chicago Cubs.

American League Most Valuable Player (MVP)
Mike Trout is the odds on favorite to win the AL MVP honors at +160. Josh Donaldson is the next most likely player at +400.

For the National League, Bryce Harper is most likely to win MVP at +200, with Andrew McCutchen behind him at +600 odds.

Jump to the MLB futures betting page to see all wagering markets being offered by sports betting sites.




Posters' Poll Pts Rating
#1 5Dimes 675
#2 Heritage 665
#3 Bookmaker 380
#4 Pinnacle 310
#5 BetOnline 165
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