2024 Arizona Diamondbacks Odds: Betting Futures and Win Totals Lines

2024 Arizona Diamondbacks Odds: Betting Futures and Win Totals Lines

The Arizona Diamondbacks went to the World Series a season ago. Ultimately, they fell short, losing to the Texas Rangers, but in the end, what a season they had. It’s time to start thinking about betting them in 2024, so let’s take a look at their season run down with MLB odds to National League West, the National League, and the World Series:

 

2024 Arizona Diamondbacks Season Rundown: World Series, Conference, Division odds to win | Baseball Betting Analysis for the MLB Season

2024 Arizona season | 26th season in Diamondbacks franchise history
National League | West
Chase Field at Phoenix, Arizona

2023 Arizona Season
Record: .519 | 84-78- H43-38 – L41-40
NL West 2nd Place

 

Odds to win National League West

The National League West is going to be awfully tough to win. The Los Angeles Dodgers are the head and shoulders best team in Major League Baseball. The Dodgers were fantastic last season, and added Shohei Ohtani to the lineup and Tyler Glasnow to the rotation. For Arizona, they will have to get quite a bit of improvement from the back end of their rotation; Brandon Pfaadt and Ryne Nelson. The offense added Eugenio Suarez, but that is not enough to take down the Dodgers. Arizona is +800 to win the National League West, and does not seem like a real desirable wager to make.

Arizona Diamondbacks
NL West Odds: +900 MLB Divisions Odds


 

Odds to win National League

The Arizona Diamondbacks would need to go back to back if they wanted to win the 2024 National League. That is going to be quite the challenge. Too many things have to go the way of the team when they go back to back, or they are very talented. Arizona is good, but that kind of talent does not seem to be how to describe them. Joc Pederson was another interesting addition for Arizona, and if Corbin Carroll can make another step up, this team will certainly be one to watch. Taking them at +1800 to win the National League is certainly a long shot, and not one we are willing to take.

Arizona Diamondbacks
NL Pennant Odds: +1800 MLB Pennant Odds


 

Odds to Win World Series

The Arizona Diamondbacks come into the season at 35/1 to win the World Series. That is 12th in all of Major League Baseball, and 5th in the National League. We talked all about the Diamondbacks. They got good work from their bullpen; notably Kevin Gikel and Paul Sewald last season, can they keep that up in 2024? We also saw the Diamondbacks go through several tough stretches of poor play. Therefore making out how good this team is, is quite difficult. If you want to gamble – go ahead at 35/1 – but we like better bets better to win the World Series.

Arizona Diamondbacks
MLB Championship Odds: +3500 Current Odds to Win World Series


 

Diamondbacks 2024 Schedule

The Arizona Diamondbacks will open the 2024 season at home. In fact, the Diamondbacks play their first seven games at home. Arizona will host Colorado for four games and the Yankees for three. The first road series of the season is in Atlanta for three games, before facing the Rockies again; this time in Denver. Arizona and Los Angeles meet up for the first time at the end of April; in Arizona.

The Diamondbacks finish the regular season with six home games. The Giants come in for three games and the Padres play three to wrap it up. Before that, the Diamondbacks are on the road for seven games, starting with three in Denver and four in Milwaukee.


 

Current Odds To Win World Series

 

MLB Odds to Win the 2024 World Series

Team Odds
Los Angeles Dodgers +350
Atlanta Braves +450
Houston Astros +750
New York Yankees +1100
Baltimore Orioles +1100
Philadelphia Phillies +1400
Texas Rangers +1500
Seattle Mariners +1900
Toronto Blue Jays +2000
Minnesota Twins +2500
Chicago Cubs +2800
Tampa Bay Rays +3500
St. Louis Cardinals +3500
Arizona Diamondbacks +3500
San Diego Padres +4000
Cincinnati Reds +4500
New York Mets +4500
Boston Red Sox +5000
San Francisco Giants +5000
Cleveland Guardians +6500
Detroit Tigers +6500
Miami Marlins +7500
Milwaukee Brewers +8500
Kansas City Royals +12500
Pittsburgh Pirates +12500
Los Angeles Angels +12500
Chicago White Sox +20000
Washington Nationals +20000
Colorado Rockies +35000
Oakland Athletics +45000

Bet 2024 World Series Lines


There is a look at the 2024 Arizona Diamondbacks. Play Ball!

 

I have read enough, I need to place my bet now. What to do?

MLB Vegas Lines
MyBookie Odds for the Games
 
 
 

Previous Betting News | MyBookie News Archive

Arizona Diamondbacks 2020 Pre-Season Analysis
 

Arizona Diamondbacks 2020 Pre-Season Analysis

The Arizona Diamondbacks finished with a third straight winning season in 2019 but missed the playoffs for the second year in a row – it doesn’t help they reside in the same division as the powerhouse Dodgers. How are the Snakes looking for 2020? Let’s check the MLB Odds and World Series Odds for the Arizona Diamondbacks 2020 Season.

Arizona Diamondbacks Offensive Analysis

There look to be two new players in the every-day lineup for 2020 in center fielder Starling Marte and right fielder Kole Calhoun.

Arizona gave up two good prospects to land Marte from Pittsburgh but he fills a huge need in center field and will allow Arizona the ability to shift All-Star Ketel Marte back to second base, where he could have an easier time staying healthy. Marte is coming off a season in which he hit .295/.342/.503 with a career-high 23 homers in 586 plate appearances for the Pirates. He owns a career .287/.341/.452 line and has two years remaining on his contract.

Marte had been the longest tenured and best compensated member of the Pirates. Over the last three seasons, he’s averaged 17 home runs and 26 stolen bases while hitting .284/.334/.458 (111 OPS+). Those numbers are skewed by a suspension-shortened 2017, as he was a below-average hitter that season for the first (and thus far only) time in his career.

Calhoun got a two-year free agent deal. Calhoun hit .232 with a career-high 33 home runs and 74 RBIs in 152 games for the Angels last season, a nice bounce-back year after he struggled in 2018. The 32-year-old right fielder is a clear fit for the D-backs, who needed a corner outfielder after they non-tendered Steven Souza Jr. at the beginning of December.

Ketel Marte, meanwhile, is one of the most underappreciated players in the majors – he’s not related to Starling. Ketel Marte was leading the National League with 187 hits when he was shut down for Arizona last September with a back issue, batting .329 with 32 homers and 92 RBIs. Crazy numbers from a guy who was coming off a nice 2018 season in which he hit .260/.332/.437, and after hitting just eight home runs his first three seasons in the majors.

Third baseman Eduardo Escobar is also a terrific player. In 2019, Escobar had a career year by slashing .269/.320/.511 with 35 HR, 118 RBI, 94 R, 50 BB, and five steals in 636 at-bats over 158 games. He set career-highs in each of the above-mentioned counting stats and had 70 more at-bats last year than in any previous season.

While Escobar did set career highs in exit velocity (87.8 mph) and hard-hit rate (31.5%), they were not impressive numbers. The exit velocity was only .3 mph above league average and the hard-hit rate was three full points below league average.

Arizona Diamondbacks Pitching Analysis

Arizona has a new ace in Madison Bumgarner, a former World Series MVP of the division-rival Giants. Last year, the southpaw went 9-9 with a 3.90 ERA (90 ER in 207.2 IP), 2.45 opponent average, 1.13 WHIP, 203 strikeouts and 43 walks in a career-high-tying 34 starts for the Giants. MadBum tied for the NL lead in starts and finished second in innings pitched.

Bumgarner is a four-time All-Star and three-time World Series champion whose career 3.13 ERA is third among active pitchers, behind the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw (2.44) and Red Sox’s Chris Sale (3.03).

Fellow lefty Robbie Ray has as good of stuff as anyone and could be in line for a big season with free agency up next. Will Arizona trade him this season in order to get something back for the pitcher or will the Diamondbacks be content to hold onto him and see how the season plays out? Ray went 12-8 with a 4.34 ERA for the Diamondbacks last season, striking out 235 and walking 84 in 174.1 innings.

The closer is Archie Bradley, a one-time top starting pitching prospect. Last year, he was 4-5 with 18 saves, 7 holds, a 3.52 ERA (28 ER in 71.2 IP), .246 opponent average, 87 strikeouts and 36 walks in 66 appearances. He set a career high for strikeouts as a reliever (85) and averaged a career-best 10.93 strikeouts-per-9.0 IP.

Arizona Diamondbacks Offseason Movements

  • Arizona Diamondbacks Notable additions: SP Madison Bumgarner, OF Kole Calhoun, RP Junior Guerra, SP Edwin Jackson, OF Jon Jay, OF Starling Marte, OF Trayce Thompson, C Stephen Vogt.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks Notable subtractions: RP Matt Andriese (LAA), IF Wilmer Flores (SF), RP Yoshihisa Hirano (SEA), OF Adam Jones (Japan), OF Steven Souza Jr. (CHC), OF Jarrod Dyson (PIT).

Arizona Diamondbacks Season Odds

Diamondbacks +6600 for World Series and +2400 for pennant.

 
 
 
 

MLB Betting Center


Updated MLB Betting Odds | Online Betting Lines