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MLB Future Odds - February 2, 2018   

The Indians look like  lock in the AL CENTRAL. 


Team Odds
New York Yankees 5/1
Houston Astros 11/2
Los Angeles Dodgers 6/1
Cleveland Indians 15/2
Chicago Cubs 9/1
Boston Red Sox 10/1
Washington Nationals 10/1
Los Angeles Angels 16/1
Milwaukee Brewers 20/1
New York Mets 20/1
St. Louis Cardinals 20/1
San Francisco Giants 20/1
Arizona Diamondbacks 25/1
Colorado Rockies 25/1
Minnesota Twins 28/1
Toronto Blue Jays 28/1
Seattle Mariners 33/1
Texas Rangers 40/1
Baltimore Orioles 50/1
Tampa Bay Rays 50/1
Kansas City Royals 66/1
Atlanta Braves 80/1
Philadelphia Phillies 80/1
Pittsburgh Pirates 80/1
Chicago White Sox 100/1
Miami Marlins 100/1
Oakland Athletics 100/1
Cincinnati Reds 125/1
Detroit Tigers 125/1
San Diego Padres 125/1

How To Bet MLB Futures

The “Odds to Win” wager in pro baseball is also commonly referred to as a future wager. Bettors must correctly select a team to win an event that takes place a later time. The money wagered will be tied up until there is an outcome and bettors will receive fixed odds when they place the wager. The future odds are normally updated on a weekly basis and wagers can be placed throughout the season.

To figure out your Win Amount, take the odds and multiply by the amount wagered. Ex. New York Yankees (20/1) to win the World Series. The Yankees are listed as a 20/1 betting choice to win the World Series. If you wager $100 on New York to win the World Series and it captures the championship, then you would win $2,000 (20 ÷ 1 x 100). You would collect $2,100, which includes your win and stake ($100).


Odds provided by BetOnline.ag
Updated Sun, Jan. 21, 12:30 PM ET

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Odds to win the WS in the AL CENTRAL, all Indians early on:

CLE 15/2.....or 7.5/1 not close in the ALC, Tribe has the pitching again

MIN 28/1

KC 66/1

CWS 100/1

DET 125/1.....after the fire sale

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