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The 2021 MLB season is underway with a full 162-game schedule. This MLB Vegas Odds page will be updated daily with money line betting odds on each game, including baseball odds from Las Vegas sportsbooks such as Westgate Superbook, Circa Sports, William Hill, and MGM. For those outside of Las Vegas, we've also included MLB betting lines from online sportsbooks such as FanDuel, DraftKings, and BetMGM.
The betting lines for baseball games are typically different than football or basketball. You’ll see point spreads for those sports, but the most common bet in baseball is the moneyline.
MLB Betting Odds. The MLB odds at the top of this page let you see which online sportsbooks are offering the best major league baseball odds, and MLB betting lines. Quickly locate the online betting sites offering the best money line odds, and the most competitive lines on the point spread, and totals.
Instead of a point spread, MLB odds adopt a different way to represent the line. Rather than the Boston Red Sox being favorites by 1.5 runs (meaning they have to win the game outright by two runs to win the bet), they are -180 baseball moneyline favorites. The New York Yankees might be +160 moneyline underdogs.
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MLB Odds Glossary. Moneyline (or Line) – Unlike sports such as football or basketball, baseball doesn’t have a spread. Wagers are usually taken on the moneyline, which simply states the odds a bettor most lay to win their bet. For example, a -140 moneyline means a player would have to lay $14 for each $10 they’d like to win.
A moneyline is simply the odds, as in “Odds to win” for an event with a winner and a loser. When you bet on the moneyline, you are simply betting on who will win the game. For example, let’s say the odds for Team A are +150 and Team B are -170, a bet on Team B would need to be $170 wagered for every $100 won.