MLB Baseball Betting Preview Odds to Win 2019 AL Central Division

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Major League Baseball has it share of surprises to begin the season. This year is no different as the Minnesota Twins have exceeded expectations with their hot start. Let’s look at the odds to win the AL Central Division nearing the halfway mark of the 2019 campaign.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Minnesota Twins -5000 odds to win the AL Central Division. The Twins sit in first place with a 47-23 record. They are 24-12 on the road. Minnesota are tops in the Majors in runs, batting average and home runs. Twins are averaging nearly two home runs per game. The team has gotten good work from starters Jake Odorizzi, Jose Berrios and Kyle Gibson. Lefthander Martin Perez has seen some decline in his past few starts.

Second in the wagering are the Cleveland Indians who return +850 odds. Indians are in second place with a 37-33 record. They have moved to within ten games of the Twins as the team has won seven of their past ten games. Hitting has been an issue for Cleveland as they rank 27th in the league with a team batting average of .232. Their starting staff and bullpen have been good.

The improved Chicago White Sox are next at +2500 odds. White Sox sit in third with a 34-36 mark. They recently split a four game home series with the Yankees. They are an above average hitting team batting .254. It has been a huge turnaround year for starter Lucas Giolito who sits at 10-1 with ERA of 2.22. Ivan Nova and Reynaldo Lopez have ERA’s over six. Manny Banuelos, Carlos Rodon and Dylan Covey has also struggled in the rotation.

A longshot includes the fourth place Detroit Tigers at +50,000 odds. Tiger are having a disappointing year at 25-43 fourth place in the AL Central. Tigers a poor offensive team last in run production and second to last in homers. Good news is they have a good foundation in their starting rotation with Spencer Turnbull and Matthew Boyd posting good seasons.

The longest shot is the last place Kansas City Royals at +100,000 odds. KC sits last in the division with a mark of 23-48. Run production is an issue with the team ranking 25th and are 27th in homers. Royals bullpen is poor, and they are getting disappointing performance from Jakob Junis as the starter has an ERA of 5.33 in his fifteen starts. Homer Baily and Jorge Lopez has performed poorly in the rotation as well.

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