Will the Boston Red Sox, Houston Astros or New York Yankees represent the American League in the 2019 World Series? Over the in the NL, will it be the Los Angeles Dodgers, Atlanta Braves or Milwaukee Brewers that gets it done?
Which player will lead all of baseball in home runs after Oakland’s Khris Davis claimed the crown a year ago and which teams are looking like locks to win their respective divisions? Thanks to some expert MLB betting analysis, you’re about to get a handful of fun-filled predictions that could help you cash in big long before the 2019 MLB regular season ever gets underway.
Best Future Betting Picks for the 2019 MLB Regular Season
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AL Central Divison Winner
- 2019 AL Central Division Odds: -500
The Tribe went 91-71 to win the awful AL Central by 13 games over second place Minnesota and the Indians have the look of locks again in 2019. Cleveland will be hungry after seeing postseason struggles a year ago, plus, really, every other team is in this division is, virtually incompetent.
- 2019 AL Central Division Odds: -700
There’s a reason the Astros are whopping -700 favorites to win the AL West and it’s because they are completely and fantastically loaded with talent, both in the field and on the mound – and their divison rivals are mediocre in every way imaginable.
Most Home Runs
While New York’s Giancarlo Stanton and Aaron Judge are co-favorites at +800, I love the +1200 odds on No. 3 pick and 2018 home run leader Khris Davis. Now, heading into his seventh big league season, Davis has smacked at least 42 home runs in each of the last three seasons, including a career-high 48 last season. Yeah, I like Davis’ chances, plus I’ve got an insane DYK fact about the 31-year-old California native.
Did You Know that Oakland A’s DH Khris Davis has hit an identical .247 in each of the last four seasons?
2019 World Series Matchups
Look, you can pick the two teams you like best to meet in the 2019 World series, but you heard it here first. One of these three NL and AL teams will represent their respective leagues in the 2019 Fall Classic. My top pick is for the Chicago Cubs to meet Houston, mostly because I believe both teams are entering the new season hungry and focused. Both teams have elite talent, although Chicago’s pitching staff does have question marks while Houston’s is rock-solid. However, let me say that the National league is a lot more wide open than the AL, which, I’m expecting to really come down to a two-team race between Boston and Houston with the Yankees just off the mark.