MLB Future Bets Revisited to Win 2016 World Series
Okay online sports betting enthusiasts, with the 2016 regular season steamrolling towards its annual all-star break, this analysis on the online MLB futures odds to win the 2016 World Series is just what the doctor ordered!
With a full slate of MLB action taking place in the mybookie.ag sportsbook this evening, let’s get started.
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Revisiting the MLB Future Bets to Win 2016 World Series
|San Francisco Giants||13/2|
|Boston Red Sox||10/1|
|New York Mets||12/1|
|Chicago White Sox||15/1|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||18/1|
|Toronto Blue Jays||18/1|
|Kansas City Royals||20/1|
|New York Yankees||30/1|
|St. Louis Cardinals||40/1|
|Los Angeles Angels||55/1|
|Tampa Bay Rays||55/1|
The Cubs haven’t slowed down one bit since the start of the 2016 season and have the look of a ballclub intent on, not only reaching the World Series, but winning it! Chicago has been phenomenal across the board, ranking second in scoring (5.4 rpg) and first in runs allowed (2.8 rpg) and has gotten a slew of other-worldly performances out of their lineup and pitching staff to record the most wins in all of baseball right now (41-17).
Veteran Ben Zobrist is third in the NL in batting (.325) while young stars Anthon Rizzo and Kris Bryant are tied for second in the NL in RBI (43). Not only that, but at +$1,027 against their Moneyline Odds, the Cubbies are third in all of baseball when it comes to bringing home the bacon.
San Francisco Giants
Things are going so well for the San Francisco Giants (36-25) that ace left-hander Madison Bumgarner is campaigning to compete in the home run derby. Frisco ranks eighth in scoring (4.3 rpg) and fifth in runs allowed (3.9) and has gotten some mind- boggling pitching from Bumgarner (7-2, 1.88 ERA) and newly acquired right-hander Johnny Cueto (9-1, 2.16 ERA) whose nine wins leads al NL pitchers. Keep in mind though that the Giants are just +$289 against the Moneyline.
Boston Red Sox
Boston (34-25) is currently in second place in the AL East, just one game behind the surprising Baltimore Orioles. The Red Sox are ranked first in scoring (5.8 rpg) and a respectable 11th in runs allowed (4.6). The BoSox are basically bashing the cover off theball with Xander Bogaerts second in the NL in batting average (.340) and the ageless David Ortiz, third (.338).
Big Papi is third in the AL in home runs (16), first in RBI (55) while young right-hander Steven Wright has been a revelation (6-4, 2.29 ERA). Boston is +$417 against the Moneyline.
New York Mets
The Mets (32-26) are in second place in the NL East, 3.5 games behind Washington and they’ve cooled off in a bi way recently, mostly at the plate. While New York ranks a stellar second in runs allowed (3.3 rpg) they also rank a modest 13th in scoring (3.7 rpg) and have struggled to cash in for their online MLB betting backers at -$289 against the Moneyline.
The Nationals (36-23) are ranked fifth in scoring (4.6 rpg) and third in runs allowed (3.4 rpg). Veteran second baseman Daniel Murphy is batting a NL-best .376 with 10 homers and right-hander Stephen Strasburg is tied for the lead in wins in the NL (9). Better yet, the Nats are a positive +$559 against the Moneyline.
Chicago White Sox
The ChiSox (29-30) have cooled off in a big way lately, dropping eight of their last 10 at the time of this writing to drop to -$192 against the Moneyline.
Not only are the Rangers (36-23) in first place in the AL West, but they’re an amazing +$1850 against the Moneyline. Texas ranks a stellar third in scoring (4.8 rpg) and fit in runs allowed (4.2 rpg). The Rangers are a red-hot 8-2 over their last 10 games a the time of this writing.
The O’s (35-23) are in first place in the AL East and are a stupendous +$1150 against the Moneyline thanks to an offense that ranks fourth in scoring (4.7 rpg) and a defense that is ranked sixth in runs allowed (4.2 rpg).