Major League Baseball Home Run Derby Betting Odds Monday July 16th 2018

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It is the All Star Break and the highlight of Monday July 26th is the Home Run Derby. The action from Washington D.C. begins at 8PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have Bryce Harper favored at +250 odds to win the Home Run Derby. Harper will be the crowd favorite playing in his home stadium. He ranks ninth in the league with 23 homers and is in his free agent year.

Second in the wagering is Kyle Schwarber at +450 odds. With 18 homers on the year Schwarber sits tied for 22nd in MLB. He has only one home run in his past eight games. There are three rounds in this eight man bracket and stamina may be an issue for Schwarber.

Jesus Aguilar is lined at +500 odds. The Brewers first baseman has 24 homers on the year. He is 28 years old and this format may suit him. Aguilar can boost his popularity with a win in only his second year as a starter.

Cubs Javy Baez brings back +550 odds. The star second baseman is 21st in MLB with 19 homers. Baez is on pace to improve on his 23 homers of last year. No stranger to the spotlight as Baez has become a clutch player in this league which should help his chances.

Freddy Freeman and Max Muncy returns +600 odds. Muncy is a good story with 22 homers ranking 12th in the league. Max Muncy has only five homers in his two previous seasons in a total of 215 at bats with the Oakland Athletics in 2015 and 2016. An inexperience MLB player which puts his stamina at question. Freeman has 16 homers on the year which is 41st in the league. The lefthanded batter has seen only 38.5% of his home runs hit to right field.

The longshots in the field are Rhys Hoskins at +700 odds and Alex Bregman at +800 odds. Hoskins has 14 homers on the year. The Phillies leftfielder has had success hitting the longball at Nationals Park. Bregman with 20 homers is 18th in Major League Baseball. The Astros third baseman is a high ball hitter so it may also come down to his home run derby pitcher to put it in his sweet spot.

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