MLB Baseball Home Run Derby Betting Odds Monday July 8th 2019

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The All Star Break has arrived for Major League Baseball so that means the Home Run Derby is on tap for Monday July 8th to the satisfaction of MLB bettors worldwide. Things get underway from Cleveland Ohio 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 Milwaukee Brewers Christian Yelich the +300 odds favorite to win. Yelich leads the league in homers with 31 on the year. He hit 36 all last year. His home run to fly ball rate is 34.1% and uses all fields.

Second in the wagering is Josh Bell at +400 odds. The Pirates first baseman has belted 27 home runs. His most homers 26 in 2017 and finished with only 12 a season ago. His home run to fly ball rate has greatly increased to 28.4%. Last year was just 9.2%.

Next are Pete Alonso and Vladimir Guerrero Jr who return +450 odds. Alonso the 24 year old rookie has 29 homers after belting 36 in the minors last year. 31.2% of his fly balls go for homers. Guerrero Jr. one of the hottest rookie prospect in the league has eight homers in 249 plate appearances. The 20 year old has only a 13.1% home run to fly ball ratio.

LA Dodger Joc Pederson brings back +600 odds. Pederson is in his arbitration season so there is motivation to win. The lefthander has 20 homers which is on pace to pass his career high of 26 in the 2015 campaign. His home run to fly ball rate is 24.7%.

Longshots include Alex Bregman at +800 odds, Ronald Acuna at +900 odds and Carlos Santana at +1000 odds. The Astro third baseman has hit 23 homers in 388 at bats. His homer to fly ball ratio only 18.5%. The 21 year old Braves outfield Acuna has posted 21 homers on the season with homer to fly ball rate of 21.6%. The longest shot in the field Carlos Santana with 19 homers is on pace for a career high. The Indians first baseman has a fly ball to homer ratio of 21.8%, his best in his career in the Majors.

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