MLB Baseball Betting Preview Odds to Win 2020 NL West Division

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Major League Baseball has suspended operations temporarily and returns when safe Let’s look at the odds to win the NL West Division.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the LA Dodgers the -800 favorite. LA comfortably won the NL West last season finishing at 106-56 and 21 games up on the second place team. LA has strong 1-2 punch in their rotation in Clayton Kershaw and Walker Buehler. Kershaw does have his struggles in the playoffs but not in the regular season. The team dealt for David Price and veteran Alex Wood returns. Team is hoping Julio Urias can be consistent in the rotation. There are prospects that can fill this rotation as well. Team saw Kenta Maeda and Ryu leave in free agency.

Second in the wagering are the Arizona Diamondbacks at +800 odds. It was a second place finish last season for the Diamondbacks at 85-77. They played .500 baseball against the division and NL. Team was 14-6 against the AL. Team made a big signing in free agency in veteran Madison Bumgarner. Robbie Ray and Zac Gallen are quality starters. Rounding out the rotation are Luke Weaver and Merrill Kelly. Weaver battled injuries last season.

Next it is the San Diego Padres at +1200 odds. San Diego was in the basement of the NL West at 70-92. Team struggled against the division at 31-45. It is a veteran pitching staff in Chris Paddack, Dinelson Lamet and Joey Lucchesi. Padres are hoping that Garrett Richards can get through the season healthy. Zach Davies was acquired in the offseason. San Diego must improve on offense. Team is 27th in runs scored and 28th in team batting.

Longshots in the field are the Colorado Rockies at +3500 odds and the San Francisco Giants at +5000 odds. It was a miserable season for a talented Rockies club finishing at 71-91 and one game out of last place. Pitching was poor with the team 29th in Team ERA and last in WHIP. Returning to the rotation are Jon Gray, German Marquez, Kyle Freeland and Antonio Senzatela. San Francisco finished third in the division at 77-85. They had a losing home mark of 35-46. Team lost veteran Madison Bumgarner to free agency. Starter Tyler Beede will be lost for the season with Tommy John surgery. Johnny Cueto and Jeff Samardzija return. Filling out the staff are journeyman Drew Smyly, Kevin Gausman and Trevor Cahill.

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