MLB Betting: Regular Season Most Home Runs Winner Odds

MLB Betting: Regular Season Most Home Runs Winner Odds

Written by on April 8, 2020

We are all rather impatiently waiting the day when we get word that sports will be making a return. It is certainly going to be interesting to see how each league handles the lost time. Will they all commit to finishing complete seasons, will they play an abridged version of the season, or will some leagues be forced to scrap play altogether for the year? Only time will tell, but right now, it would seem that the MLB has the best shot at playing a lot of games given that that season had yet to start when the lockdown occurred. With that in mind, we can start to look ahead at some of the future MLB bets that are currently available, so let’s take a look at the odds for the most home runs in the league this coming season.

MLB Regular Season Most Home Runs Winner

Mike Trout (+900)

Trout is arguably the best player in all of baseball, but despite his dominance, he has never won the regular season home run crown. Over the past few years, though, he has seen his season total gradually improve. He finished last year with 45 HR in 134 games, and you can argue that he may have won the crown had he not had an injury-shortened season. If he can stay healthy, Trout is a very good bet to be the dinger king this season.

Aaron Judge (+1000)

Aaron Judge exploded onto the scene in his first full season back in 2017, hammering in 52 home runs, which was the best in the AL, although 7 back of the 59 hit by Giancarlo Stanton that season. Judge hot 27 HR in 2018 and 2019, but both of these seasons were shortened by injury. He is in as one of the favorites for the coming season, but will he be able to hold up long enough to play a full season that might be required to take the HR title?

Pete Alonso (+1000)

There is nothing quite like coming into the league and making an immediate impact, which is what Pete Alonso did with the New York Mets last season. Alonso became the first player in Mets history to hit 50+ runs in a single season, finishing the year with 53, the highest total in the MLB. The question now is whether he can pick up where he left off or experience a sophomore slump, as we see so often in professional sports.

Joey Gallo (+1200)

If you are looking for a player at longer odds to win the HR title, Joey Gallo might not be a bad person to start with. After back to back seasons of hitting 40 or more home runs, Gallo looked poised to surpass that number by a pretty wide margin after hitting 22 HR in 70 games in 2019. Injury cut that run short, though, but with plenty of time to recover, he might just come back healed and ready to go. There is always a chance that he might come back a lesser player after a long layoff, but I don’t see that being the case. He is my pick to land atop the HR charts this season.

Odds for Regular Season Most Home Runs List

  • Aaron Judge +1000
  • Mike Trout +900
  • Pete Alonso +1000
  • Ronald Acuna Jr +1800
  • Christian Yelich +1400
  • Cody Bellinger +1400
  • Eugenio Suarez +2500
  • Giancarlo Stanton +2000
  • Joey Gallo +1200
  • Yordan Alvarez +1300
  • Gleyber Torres +3000
  • Matt Olson +2200
  • Nolan Arenado +2000
  • Alex Bregman +4000
  • Rhys Hoskins +3000
  • Jorge Soler +2500
  • Bryce Harper +2500
  • Eloy Jimenez +1500
  • Khris Davis +3000
  • Trevor Story +4000
  • Vladimir Guerrero Jr +2000
  • George Springer +5000
  • Jd Martinez +3000
  • Kris Bryant +5000