MLB win total predictions, odds: Orioles among MLB’s elite

Things are looking up in Baltimore.

Coming off their best regular season in nearly half a century, the Orioles are heavily favored by oddsmakers in Las Vegas heading into the 2024 MLB season.

Adley, Rutschman & Co.’s total wins currently sit at 90 at most major sportsbooks, which is the team’s highest preseason over/under since 1998. History of sports odds.

The Orioles are tied with the Phillies for total wins at Caesars Sportsbook, ranking fifth behind the Dodgers (103.5), Braves (101.5), Yankees (93.5) and Astros (92).

Baltimore also has the fifth-best World Series odds at Caesars (+1200) and the second-best odds to win the American League East (+200).

Their rosy outlook comes after a breakout 2023 season in which the team won 101 games, the franchise’s most in a single season since 1979, and clinched the AL East championship. Despite their success, they ended up losing in the Division Series at the World Series. Champion Texas Rangers.

Baltimore Orioles No. 2 Gunnar Henderson is waiting to bat against the Texas Rangers. Getty Images

The Orioles beat the over/under of 77.5 wins by 23.5 games, which is the biggest miss on the over by oddsmakers since the 2021 San Francisco Giants won 107 games and won 75.5 total.

The young O’s, who led the team last season, is a year older, and this offseason they installed a true ace in Corbin Burnes, who won the 2021 National League Cy Young Award from the Milwaukee Brewers, at the top of the rotation.

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Baseball phenom Jackson Holiday has also emerged as a player who could make an impact in 2024.

It’s unclear whether Holiday will be on the team’s opening day roster, but he is currently listed as a +350 favorite to win AL Rookie of the Year.

They also have two MVP candidates in Rutschman (+1600) and Gunnar Henderson (+2200), both of whom are in the AL’s top 10 on the Caesars odds board.

BET: Orioles 90+ wins (-110, Caesars)



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