MLB Baseball Bet Preview Odds to Win 2020 American League Pennant

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There will be a delay in starting the 2020 Major League Baseball season due to coronavirus. Let’s look at the odds to win the AL Pennant for the upcoming 2020 season.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the New York Yankees the +150 odds favorite to win ALCS. Yankees fell to the Astros in six games in the ALCS last season. Team fell behind 3-1 then cut the deficit to 3-2 but dropped Game 6 by the score of 6-3. Team was 40 games over .500 against the American League. They were best in baseball in run production putting up 5.82 runs per game. New York sat middle of the pack in Team ERA and in lower third in quality starts. To help the starting rotation the Yankees signed Gerrit Cole in free agency. A big loss for New York as Luis Severino will be out for the season with Tommy John surgery.

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Second in the wagering are the Houston Astros at +350 odds. Astros are the defending ALCS champions and are now managed by Dusty Baker following the cheating scandal. Astros are an experienced team that can deal with the distractions. Houston were 50 games over .500 against their AL opponents. Houston was best in team batting. They sat second in Team ERA and WHIP. Veterans Justin Verlander and Zack Greinke sit atop the rotation that will be missing Gerrit Cole who was lost in free agency.

Next in the wagering are the Minnesota Twins at +600 odds. Minnesota winners of the AL Central last season. Team was swept in the ALDS in three games to the New York Yankees. Twins a very good offensive team second in both runs scored and team batting. They got production from the top of their rotation last year with Jose Berrios and Jake Odorizzi. Kenta Maeda and Rich Hill came over in free agency after their time with the LA Dodgers.

Longshots in the betting are the Cleveland Indians at +1200 odds and Boston Red Sox at +1500 odds. Indiana missed the AL Wildcard game by three games last year. They did finish 24 games over .500 and will need to improve on an offense that was average in 2019. They lose Trevor Bauer and Corey Kluber. Remaining in the rotation are Mike Clevinger, Shane Bieber, Carlos Carrasco and Zach Plesac. Boston was out of the playoffs last year at 84-78. Team was fourth in run production and third in batting. Lower third in the league in Team ERA and WHIP. Pitching staff took a hit as veteran starter Chris Sale will be lost for the season with Tommy John surgery. Starting rotation looks shaky at the top with Eduardo Rodriguez, Nathan Eovaldi and Martin Perez.

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