2024 MLB Regular Season Wins: Top Six Wins Plays

2024 MLB Regular Season Wins: Top Six Wins Plays

Major League Baseball regular season odds are out. Not all regular season lines offer fair odds. Some offer underlay or even overlay odds.

We want to bet on overlays for sure, but when it comes to MLB Regular Season wagering options, it’s imperative to think of teams. Also, oddsmakers are adept at seeing as close to fair lines as you’re going to find.

With that in mind, check out MLB odds for Regular Season Wins, analysis, and top six picks for the best win totals.


2024 MLB Regular Season Wins: Top Six Wins Plays to Bet On this Season | Baseball Betting Analysis for the Season

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Top Six MLB Regular Season Wins Plays

Arizona Diamondbacks

The defending NL Champions should easily eclipse 83.5 victories. For sure, the Dodgers and Giants will be tough in the division, but AZ has one of the top aces in the NL in Zac Gallen, a rising star in third in the rotation Brandon Pfaadt, and a solid second and fourth in Merrill Kelley and Eduardo Rodriguez.

Corbin Carroll, Ketel Marte, and Christian Walker rock. Arizona wins at least 85 games.

Arizona Diamondbacks
RSW Pick: Over 83.5 -121 | Odds for MLB Regular Season Wins MyBookie Betting Lines for the Season


New York Yankees

The batting lineup, which struggled to score runs, didn’t change enough to get excited about more than 90 wins. But that’s not the only reason to dislike the Yankees.

The Yankees will lean on Gerrit Cole, which they should. Carlos Rodon, though, went 3-8 with a 6.85 ERA last season. Marcus Stroman and Nestor Cortes are good pitchers. Simply put, the Yankees don’t have the second ace to help Cole.

New York Yankees
RSW Pick: Under 93.5 -114 | Odds for MLB Regular Season Wins MyBookie Betting Lines for the Season


Philadelphia Phillies

The Phillies had a tough postseason. But the regular season was decent. The key is for Bryce Harper to stay healthy for the full season and for the pitching to stay consistent.

Both Aaron Nola and Zach Wheeler will do their part. Ranger Suarez, Taijuan Walker, and Christopher Sanchez are all good enough to support the top two.

Philadelphia Phillies
RSW Pick: Over 90.5 -102 | Odds for MLB Regular Season Wins MyBookie Betting Lines for the Season


San Diego Padres

We’re going over with the Padres. For sure, it won’t be easy considering the lineup, but San Diego has a decent farm system and the pitchers and batter have an edge because they’re familiar with Petco Park.

Again, it won’t be easy. But a team with Manny Machado and Xander Bogaerts should win at least 82 games, right?

San Diego Padres
RSW Pick: Over 81.5 -107 | Odds for MLB Regular Season Wins MyBookie Betting Lines for the Season


Texas Rangers

The defending World Series Champions will find a way to win at least 90 games. The reason? Manager Bruce Bochy.

The man is as good of a manager as we’ve seen in baseball in the past 20 seasons. Bochy has a solid rotation led by Nathan Eovaldi and Jon Gray. The batting lineup proved how good it was in the ALCS and World Series. Give the Rangers at least 90.

Texas Rangers
RSW Pick: Over 89.5 -107 | Odds for MLB Regular Season Wins MyBookie Betting Lines for the Season


Minnesota Twins

Pablo Lopez, Joe Ryan, and Bailey Ober lead the starting rotation. All three can dominate a lineup. Lopez could win the Cy Young this season if he’s got his best stuff working.

The lineup is solid. In addition, it’s about that time when the Twins destroy their Central Division opponents. Minnesota domination happens about every five seasons or so.

Minnesota Twins
RSW Pick: Over 86.5 -114 | Odds for MLB Regular Season Wins MyBookie Betting Lines for the Season


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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

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2023 MLB Regular Season Wins: Orioles Lead Pack At Bottom

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We’ve looked a few times recently as some of the World Series contenders for the 2022 Major League Baseball season, which begins Thursday. Today, let’s examine the teams at the bottom of the rung on MLB win totals.

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Baltimore Orioles (62.5 Wins)

The Orioles have finished with a losing record for five straight seasons and won just 52 games last year. This team is going to stink again, but there is help on the way as Baltimore has the best farm system in the league led by catcher Adley Rutschman, the No. 2 overall prospect in the sport and an AL Rookie of the Year candidate

However, the former No. 1 overall pick will not start the season in the majors due to an elbow injury suffered this spring. The positive news is that he has resumed hitting and throwing activities, marking Rutschman’s biggest step forward since a right triceps strain shut him down at the outset of big-league camp.

“I don’t think [he’ll] be ready for either Opening Day, but it’s going smoothly, and — fingers crossed — I think he’ll be out and playing in a matter of weeks,” GM Mike Elias said on Monday. “He missed Spring Training, so we’ve got that to worry about, but I think it’s going well and I think he’ll be playing real baseball games in April.”

The Orioles have a few good big-league players in Cedric Mullins, Ryan Mountcastle, Trey Mancini, Austin Hays, and John Means. Last year, Mullins broke through for 30 home runs and 30 stolen bases in 159 games with the Orioles. Means started the 2021 campaign on a tear, going 4-1 with a 2.05 ERA and a 0.796 WHIP through the season’s first 52 games. He also tossed a no-hitter against the Seattle Mariners on May 5, striking out 12 in the effort. A strained left shoulder sidelined Means for some time. Subsequently, he was not able to truly regain this dominant form when he returned to the mound. Pick: Over 62.5 wins.

Pittsburgh Pirates (64.5 Wins)

The Pirates are 149-235 over the last three seasons. One would think that with three consecutive last-place efforts (finishing 22, 15 and 34 games back) ownership would try to spend a little bit of money in hopes of improving the roster but that didn’t happen yet again.

Pittsburgh has the NL Rookie of the Year favorite in shortstop Oneil Cruz but he will start the season in the minors. A towering, 6-foot-7 shortstop, Cruz put together a solid spring training, going 5-for-15 with two home runs in Grapefruit League play, but manager Derek Shelton said the team believes Cruz needs a little more experience before being called up for good. Cruz hit a home run in October during a brief big-league cameo.

“It was a development decision,” Manager Derek Shelton said. “There’s still room for development and still things that we feel he can maximize on.”

Pittsburgh’s best player is outfielder Bryan Reynolds, although there’s talk he could be traded by Opening Day. He brushed off a forgettable 2020 and evolved into one of the game’s best all-around players. Reynolds hit .302/.390/.522 with 24 home runs. He didn’t grade out well by defensive runs saved, but he was in the 96th percentile for outs above average. Pick: Under 64.5 wins.

Arizona Diamondbacks (66.5 Wins)

The Arizona Diamondbacks were supposed to be around .500 last year. PECOTA had them at 79-83, but finishing last in the NL with a 5.11 ERA and 13th in OPS at .692 was the recipe for the Diamondbacks’ horrible record of 52-110. The Diamondbacks were two games over .500 and two games out of the NL West lead a month into 2021 before hitting a wall. An 8–50 stretch ensued.

Offensively, the team just couldn’t compete. Arizona only scored 4.2 runs per game and allowed 5.5. Of the top 15 in plate appearances, only four hitters graded above average by wRC+.

The Snakes had only three pitchers start more than 15 games last year in Madison Bumgarner, Zac Gallen, and Merrill Kelly and used 16 starters total during the season. The hitting suffered as well. Ketel Marte played in just 90 games. Marte hit .318/.377/.532 with 14 home runs around a series of hamstring injuries. When healthy, expect Marte to be about a 140 wRC+ hitter with 25-30 homers and around 5.0 WAR in value.

The team at least spent a bit of money this offseason in locking up Marte through 2027. Marte, 28, is entering the final guaranteed season on the five-year, $24 million extension he signed in March 2018. That contract will pay Marte $8 million in 2022 and includes club options for 2023 ($10 million) and 2024 ($12 million). The new extension guarantees those club option years at slightly different salaries, and includes $51 million in new money.

Pick: Under 66.5 wins.


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