MLB 2020 RSW

#10
Part of the team that put ‘em up.

We’ll have division prices and other props up shortly.

Enjoy!
 
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#14
Braves Under 92


Haven't gone thru every team yet. But I was waiting to see a number in the low 90s for Atlanta. Some serious regression coming. Two years worth.
 
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kane

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#15
Haven't given this stuff a thought yet, but just glancing at the numbers it looks like the Reds and Marlins over might be good plays
 

bomzee

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#21
The Nationals who won 93 last year will have a World Series hangover and no Rendon and they are in a very very tough division other than the Marlins. Under 92 1/2 seems very fair.
 
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#25
Giants Under 74 1/2. They will not win 70 games.

Think about it. They won 77 and lost 85 last year. They lose Bumgarner but realistically they should've been in the mid 60s in wins in 2019. They had an overall .475 win percentage but were a crazy 38-16 in one run games. Based on their overall win pct, they should've won about 26 or 27 one run games. Think that will happen again? That's a rhetorical question.
 
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#26
Some real sloppy work by William Hill. There can only be a total of 2430 total wins, assuming no extra game playoff, yet William Hill has a composite total of 2463, 33 more than possible. Clearly their clientele is going to be mostly betting overs, and they've jacked the totals up a bit.
 

Heim

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#27
Anyone surprised Halos let Calhoun go? He signed for peanuts with AZ. Are they that enamored with Goodwin or is their top
prospect Adell going to be given a shot at right? Calhoun is great defensively too.
 
#28
Not really, his #'s were on the decline past few yrs. Completely different style in the box last yr. His hitting not clutch most at bats. And, going to Zona is his home.
 
#29
Some real sloppy work by William Hill. There can only be a total of 2430 total wins, assuming no extra game playoff, yet William Hill has a composite total of 2463, 33 more than possible. Clearly their clientele is going to be mostly betting overs, and they've jacked the totals up a bit.
no doubt - value on the under in most of these. Traditionally the case on RSW totals
 

Ray Luca

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#30
#34
2020 MLB Regular Season Opening Team Win Totals Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook (January 18, 2020)

Arizona Diamondbacks 83½
Atlanta Braves 90½
Baltimore Orioles 56½
Boston Red Sox 87½
Chicago Cubs 84½
Chicago White Sox 83½
Cincinnati Reds 83½
Cleveland Indians 84½
Colorado Rockies 74½
Detroit Tigers 56½
Houston Astros 94½
Kansas City Royals 64½
Los Angeles Angels 84½
Los Angeles Dodgers 98½
Miami Marlins 62½
Milwaukee Brewers 82½
Minnesota Twins 90½
New York Mets 86½
New York Yankees 101½
Oakland A’s 88½
Philadelphia Phillies 85½
Pittsburgh Pirates 72½
San Diego Padres 82½
San Francisco Giants 68½
Seattle Mariners 68½
St. Louis Cardinals 88½
Tampa Bay Rays 89½
Texas Rangers 79½
Toronto Blue Jays 75½
Washington Nationals 90½

> All sides are -110
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2020 MLB Division Opening Odds Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook (January 18, 2020)

NL East
Braves 2/1
Nationals 2/1
Phillies 4/1
Mets 13/4
Marlins 2,000/1

NL Central
Cardinals 3/2
Cubs 3/1
Reds 3/1
Brewers 4/1
Pirates 100/1

NL West
Dodgers 1/8
Padres 10/1
Diamondbacks 8/1
Rockies 60/1
Giants 2,000/1

AL East
Yankees 1/8
Red Sox 10/1
Rays 8/1
Blue Jays 100/1
Orioles 5,000/1

AL Central
Twins 10/11
Tribe 9/4
White Sox 11/4
Royals 300/1
Tigers 2,000/1

AL West
Astros 2/5
A’s 7/2
Angels 6/1
Rangers 40/1
Mariners 300/1
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2020 MLB World Series Opening Odds Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook (January 18, 2020)

Astros 8/1 (Opened 5/1 on Oct 11, 2019)
Dodgers 6/1 (6/1)
Yankees 3/1 (6/1)
Braves 12/1 (10/1)
Nationals 16/1 (14/1)
Indians 25/1 (14/1)
Cardinals 14/1 (18/1)
Phillies 18/1 (20/1)
Mets 16/1 (20/1)
Cubs 30/1 (20/1)
Brewers 40/1 (20/1)
Rays 25/1 (20/1)
Twins 20/1 (20/1)
A's 25/1 (30/1)
Diamondbacks 40/1 (50/1)
Reds 30/1 (50/1)
Padres 50/1 (50/1)
White Sox (40/1) 60/1
Blue Jays 100/1 (80/1)
Rockies 100/1 (100/1))
Giants 300/1 (100/1)
Angels 30/1 (100/1)
Rangers 50/1 (100/1)
Pirates 200/1 (200/1)
Mariners 500/1 (300/1)
Marlins 1,000/1 (1,000/1)
Orioles 1,000/1 (1,000/1)
Tigers 1,000/1 (1,000/1)
Royals 500/1 (1,000/1)
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2020 World Series Early Line (Series Price)
American League -160
National League +150
 
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#36
Rockies turmoil should drop the number a little more and then I'd bet the over. So much negative regression and injuries happened last year. They played much of the second half with a mix of some MLBers and a lot of AAA guys, that's how you go from being 6 games above 500 in late June to 20 games below at season's end. As long as the turmoil with Arenado doesn't boil over, getting to 75 wins seems very likely to me.
 
#37
AL East
Yankees 1/8
Red Sox 10/1
Rays 8/1
Blue Jays 100/1
Tigers 2,000/1

AL Central
Twins 10/11
Tribe 9/4
White Sox 11/4
Royals 300/1
Tigers 2,000/1

The Tigers are going to be bad. But to be bad in two divisions is another kid of bad.
 
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