Sportsbooks For MLB

Major League Baseball. It’s right there with mom and apple pie and who doesn’t like each of them? You go to the ballpark, buy yourself some peanuts and Cracker Jack, maybe sip on a cold one, sit back and enjoy the game. They call ballplayers the boys of summer and baseball is the perfect game for a warm summer’s day. You won’t find the punishment of the gridiron, the intensity of the ice rink or the pace of the hardwood. No, baseball is played at a pace that gives the fan time to analyze each situation and try to rationalize what moves will be made next. [+]

It’s a giant chess game that plays out on diamonds of grass and dirt. With so much to contemplate, why not add to the intrigue by wagering on a Major League Baseball game? 

Best MLB Sportsbook Odds

Reference the MLS game odds below to ensure you’re making the best possible wagers. Don’t forget the odds fluctuate slightly so jump on the best price before it’s too late. [+]

Baseball is often referred to as the game of everyone, and that’s appropriate, because on the baseball diamond, there is a place for everyone in the game. While attending a Major League Baseball game or watching it on television, it’s easy to find someone at the ballpark that you can identify with. Perhaps it’s an overpowering flame thrower on the pitcher’s mound who catches your eye, or a crafty junk ball tosser who outthinks the hitters.

It could be the bulky all-or-nothing power slugger who swings for the fences or swings and misses, or the reliable singles hitter who can knock base hits in his sleep. It might be the slick infielder sucking up balls like a vacuum cleaner or the lithe center fielder running down fly balls with the speed and grace of a gazelle. Whatever the case, while admiring the work of the big league ballplayers in the show, why not get a little action of your own going via a wager on a Major League Baseball game?

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Away Score Home Money Line
Monday 05 August
FT Miami Marlins 2 - 6 New York Mets +315 -175
FT Milwaukee Brewers 9 - 7 Pittsburgh Pirates -145 +136
FT New York Yankees 9 - 6 Baltimore Orioles -227 +210
FT Miami Marlins 4 - 5 New York Mets +170 -179
FT Kansas City Royals 5 - 7 Boston Red Sox +220 -238
FT Texas Rangers 1 - 0 Cleveland Indians +145 -149
FT Los Angeles Angels 4 - 7 Cincinnati Reds +170 -179
FT Chicago White Sox 7 - 4 Detroit Tigers -132 +125
FT Toronto Blue Jays 2 - 0 Tampa Bay Rays +251 -278
FT Oakland Athletics 5 - 6 Chicago Cubs +146 -154
FT Atlanta Braves 3 - 5 Minnesota Twins +100 -106
FT Phillies 7 - 3 Diamondbacks +105 -111
FT Nationals 4 - 0 Giants +125 -132
FT St. Louis Cardinals 0 - 8 Los Angeles Dodgers +142 -149
Tuesday 06 August
FT Chicago White Sox 5 - 3 Detroit Tigers +118 -103
88' New York Yankees 5 - 2 Baltimore Orioles -189 +180
158' Milwaukee Brewers 3 - 2 Pittsburgh Pirates -139 +130
154' Kansas City Royals 6 - 2 Boston Red Sox +180 -182
154' Los Angeles Angels 4 - 7 Cincinnati Reds +120 -128
Int. Chicago White Sox 1 - 5 Detroit Tigers +107 -115
155' Miami Marlins 0 - 5 New York Mets +235 -244
154' Toronto Blue Jays 6 - 6 Tampa Bay Rays +183 -192
98' Oakland Athletics 11 - 0 Chicago Cubs +127 -133
94' Colorado Rockies 2 - 4 Houston Astros +207 -217
95' Atlanta Braves 5 - 0 Minnesota Twins +142 -147
6' Phillies 1 - 0 Diamondbacks +129 -130
Top 1st Nationals 0 - 0 Giants -111 +103
St. Louis Cardinals 22:10 Los Angeles Dodgers +185 -200
San Diego Padres 22:10 Seattle Mariners -130 +121
Wednesday 07 August
Miami Marlins 12:10 New York Mets +182 -192
Texas Rangers 13:10 Cleveland Indians +177 -179
Toronto Blue Jays 13:10 Tampa Bay Rays
Atlanta Braves 13:10 Minnesota Twins -105 -102
Chicago White Sox 13:10 Detroit Tigers -105 +100
Colorado Rockies 14:10 Houston Astros +318 -345
Oakland Athletics 14:20 Chicago Cubs +135 -145
St. Louis Cardinals 15:10 Los Angeles Dodgers +128 -135
Texas Rangers 15:10 Cleveland Indians +175 -179
Nationals 15:45 Giants -104 -105
San Diego Padres 18:40 Seattle Mariners -154 +146
Milwaukee Brewers 19:05 Pittsburgh Pirates
New York Yankees 19:05 Baltimore Orioles -200 +192
Kansas City Royals 19:10 Boston Red Sox +255 -270
Phillies 21:40 Diamondbacks +129 -135
Thursday 08 August
New York Yankees 19:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Chicago Cubs 19:10 Cincinnati Reds
Atlanta Braves 19:10 Miami Marlins
Los Angeles Angels 19:10 Boston Red Sox
Kansas City Royals 19:10 Detroit Tigers
Cleveland Indians 20:10 Minnesota Twins
Phillies 21:45 Giants
Colorado Rockies 22:10 San Diego Padres
Friday 09 August
Oakland Athletics 15:10 Chicago White Sox
Houston Astros 19:05 Baltimore Orioles
New York Yankees 19:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Nationals 19:10 New York Mets
Kansas City Royals 19:10 Detroit Tigers
Chicago Cubs 19:10 Cincinnati Reds
Atlanta Braves 19:10 Miami Marlins
Los Angeles Angels 19:10 Boston Red Sox
Texas Rangers 20:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Cleveland Indians 20:10 Minnesota Twins
Pittsburgh Pirates 20:15 St. Louis Cardinals
Colorado Rockies 22:10 San Diego Padres
Diamondbacks 22:10 Los Angeles Dodgers
Tampa Bay Rays 22:10 Seattle Mariners
Phillies 22:15 Giants
Saturday 10 August
New York Yankees 15:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Los Angeles Angels 16:05 Boston Red Sox
Phillies 16:05 Giants
Kansas City Royals 18:10 Detroit Tigers
Atlanta Braves 18:10 Miami Marlins
Houston Astros 19:05 Baltimore Orioles
Texas Rangers 19:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Chicago Cubs 19:10 Cincinnati Reds
Nationals 19:10 New York Mets
Cleveland Indians 19:10 Minnesota Twins
Oakland Athletics 19:10 Chicago White Sox
Pittsburgh Pirates 19:15 St. Louis Cardinals
Colorado Rockies 20:40 San Diego Padres
Diamondbacks 21:10 Los Angeles Dodgers
Tampa Bay Rays 22:10 Seattle Mariners
Sunday 11 August
Los Angeles Angels 13:05 Boston Red Sox
Houston Astros 13:05 Baltimore Orioles
New York Yankees 13:07 Toronto Blue Jays
Atlanta Braves 13:10 Miami Marlins
Chicago Cubs 13:10 Cincinnati Reds
Kansas City Royals 13:10 Detroit Tigers
Nationals 13:10 New York Mets
Oakland Athletics 14:10 Chicago White Sox
Texas Rangers 14:10 Milwaukee Brewers
Cleveland Indians 14:10 Minnesota Twins
Pittsburgh Pirates 14:15 St. Louis Cardinals
Colorado Rockies 15:40 San Diego Padres
Diamondbacks 16:10 Los Angeles Dodgers
Tampa Bay Rays 16:10 Seattle Mariners
Phillies 19:05 Giants

What Are The MLB Standings Today

Below you will find the Major League Baseball standings. They offer a wealth of information to those considering wagers on MLB games. You can use it for numerous reasons.  [+]

It’s important to know your pitching rotations so that it’s easy to decipher potentially rewarding scenarios like one team’s ace going up against another team’s fifth starter. Also watch for teams forced to make up rainouts with doubleheaders, because that wear and tear on a pitching staff could make them susceptible to an upset at the hands of their next opponent. Likewise, it’s essential to be aware of the all-important lefty-righty match-ups. Recognize which teams struggle against southpaw pitching and which teams possess a batting order loaded with lefty hitters, ready to give a right-handed starter fits.

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MLB
# team P W L p+ p- %
AL - East
1 New York Yankees New York Yankees 112 73 39 654 518 0.652
2 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 114 65 49 537 442 0.570
3 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 115 60 55 659 601 0.522
4 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 115 46 69 513 576 0.400
5 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 112 38 74 492 685 0.339
AL - Central
1 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 112 70 42 647 504 0.625
2 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 112 66 46 520 447 0.589
3 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 111 50 61 461 573 0.450
4 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 114 40 74 488 601 0.351
5 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 109 32 77 392 607 0.294
AL - West
1 Houston Astros Houston Astros 113 73 40 595 448 0.646
2 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 113 64 49 571 489 0.566
3 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 112 58 54 594 588 0.518
4 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 114 56 58 571 586 0.491
5 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 114 47 67 559 668 0.412
NL - East
1 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 114 66 48 603 547 0.579
2 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 112 59 53 536 553 0.527
3 New York Mets New York Mets 113 57 56 542 539 0.504
4 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 111 42 69 402 514 0.378
NL - Central
1 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 112 61 51 556 479 0.545
2 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 111 58 53 496 485 0.523
3 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 114 58 56 545 572 0.509
4 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 111 53 58 500 467 0.477
5 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 112 48 64 526 612 0.429
NL - West
1 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 115 75 40 628 448 0.652
2 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 113 56 57 586 519 0.496
3 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 113 56 57 484 543 0.496
4 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 112 52 60 598 637 0.464
5 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 111 51 60 491 539 0.459

How To Make Money Betting On MLB

In the past decade, much has changed in terms of both the division races and the pursuit of playoff positions within big league baseball. The new three-division format, along with the two wildcard positions up for grabs in both the American and National Leagues, has resulted in vastly more intense races for post-season spots and that’s ramped up the intensity of September baseball, a good thing for the baseball bettor, because there’s nothing worse from a wagering standpoint than meaningless games down the stretch populated by September call ups.

Likewise, the advent of inter-league play has enabled new rivalries to develop within the game, as crosstown showdowns between the Chicago Cubs and Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the New York Yankees and New York Mets are now annual affairs on the baseball calendar. It’s all served to add more intrigue to the game and from the standpoint of the baseball bettor, that’s a good thing.

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