The 2018 season starts in less than a month – March 29, to be exact, which means you need to start planning your MLB Betting strategy. Does that seem early to you? It should. It’s the earliest starting date in the sport’s history, excluding international openers. The reason is that as the sport’s new labor contract each team’s 162 games were scheduled over 186 days, up from 183. So, in order to add four more days off, the overall schedule had to be lengthened a bit. March 29 will also be the first time since the 1968 season — the last year before the American and National Leagues split into divisions — that every team will play on Opening Day. This will be just the 12th season to start on a Thursday following 1901-04, 1907, 1912, 1959, 1973-74, 1976 and 2011. For now, let’s check the latest MLB Odds on Total Wins while making some predictions for several teams.
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