MLB Season Props 2021

Baseball is back! Here are several MLB season props to consider. Good luck!

MLB Divisions & Win Totals

Al East: Yankees -220 (Circa) You can take a shot at the Rays or Blue Jays at +500, but the Yankees should run away with things in the AL East.

AL Central: Royals 50-1 (William Hill) Yes, the Royals. At 50-1, they are worth a shot given their veteran bats and interesting group of young pitchers. Their pen should be serviceable as well. I’m just not interested in laying Even money on the White Sox or +130 on the Twins. There’s value with the Royals.

AL West: Pass. However an OVER 84 wins play on the Angels season win total is a good bet. Joe Maddon with a revamped bullpen and a division with 2 bad teams (Mariners, Rangers ) and with question marks surrounding both top teams (Astros, A’s) creates a situation where the Angels should be competitive enough to finish a couple of games over .500.

NL East: Marlins 50-1 (Circa) The best value on the board for MLB Division Winners is with the Marlins. The hype continues on the Mets while the Nationals pitching staff has Sherzer, Strausburg and then what? The Braves are the class of this division but if they falter, the Marlins have the young arms that could carry them further than many think. Over on the Marlins season win total of 72.5 should also be given consideration.

NL Central: I think the odds here are pretty tight but I will give the nod to the Brewers at +200. I don’t like the Cardinals pitching staff after Flaherty…well, not enough to pull the trigger on them to win the division at +135 anyway. This division is light on pitching and I think the Brewers have enough, barely. At +200, I’m making a small play.

NL West: Dodgers -300. The most talented group of players assembled in recent MLB memory. If you’re looking for something else to bet in the NL West, a play on the Giants Over 74.5 season wins should be considered. SF’s starting pitching is serviceable and their bats will play.

Most Regular Season Home Runs

Mike Trout +1400 (Westgate)

Miguel Sano 42-1 (Circa)

Matt Olsen 32-1 (Circa)

Most Regular Season MLB Hits

Trea Turner 12-1 (William Hill)

Whit Merrifield 12-1 (William Hill)

Eddie Rosario 125-1 (William Hill)

Jeff McNeil 35-1 (William Hill)

Most RBI MLB Season

Freddie Freeman 25-1 (William Hill)

Eugenio Suarez 40-1 (William Hill)

Eddie Rosario 100-1 (William Hill)

American League MVP

Brandon Lowe 250-1 (Circa)

Teoscar Hernandez 250-1 (Circa)

National League MVP

Juan Soto +675 (Circa)

Corey Seager +1250 (Circa)

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